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Located in New York City, Lightmatter is an agency offering web and mobile app development, design, and other digital services. Their team of under 50 employees serves mostly enterprise businesses in industries like financial services, gaming, and healthcare. They were founded in 2013.

Client Insights

Industry Expertise



Information technology




Client Size Distribution

Small Business (<$10M) 50%

Midmarket ($10M - $1B) 25%

Enterprise (>$1B) 25%

Common Project Size

<$10K 1 project

$10K-$49K 1 project

$50K-$199K 1 project


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Highlights from Recent Projects

Overall Rating

6 Reviews

Lightmatter completed an IT consulting and SI project for Hospital for Special Surgery, a healthcare provider. The goal was to uncover opportunities, map current and future processes, and outline IT development work. The team of 6-10 members at Lightmatter was chosen due to their high ratings, geographic proximity, cultural fit, and aligned company values. The scope of work involved discovery discussions to outline the project scope, timeline, and estimated costs. Key deliverables included a project plan, cost and timeline estimate, resources required, an IT development roadmap, a cyber security assessment, and process maps for current and future state.

Lightmatter also worked on a prototype development and design project for an EdTech startup. The company was in its early stages and needed guidance through initial processes. A team of three from Lightmatter was engaged to aid the company through a series of design processes and to develop a no-code prototype within a tight budget and timeline. The client had prior knowledge of Lightmatter's resources and considered them a one-stop-shop, which influenced their decision to work with them.

In another project, Lightmatter was responsible for web maintenance and mobile optimization for Coterie, a direct-to-consumer party supply business. The client needed ongoing tech upkeep, and Lightmatter was introduced by their investors. Lightmatter's team updated the client's Shopify site based on branding changes, fixed bugs, launched new products, and added functionalities. They also made significant changes to optimize the website for mobile use and revamped the way customers shopped for products based on user experience surveys and walkthroughs. The cost varied from $5,000 a month for maintenance mode to $25,000 for major pushes.



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