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Tintash is a Stanford-alumni led software development firm that since 2008 has been an innovation and technology partner on over 100 projects for startups and enterprises – including a Unicorn, a Fortune 500, and an Apple retail partner. Headquartered in Raleigh, N.C., Tintash offers 130+ personnel with distinguished expertise in all aspects of mobile app, web, and game development, user experience design, quality assurance, project management, analytics, and related services.

Client Insights

Industry Expertise

Information technology








Client Size Distribution

Small Business (<$10M) 40%

Midmarket ($10M - $1B) 30%

Enterprise (>$1B) 30%

Common Project Size

$50K-$199K 11 projects

$10K-$49K 8 projects

$200K-$999K 4 projects


  • Bed Bath and Beyond
  • DraftKings
  • Acciyo
  • AudioCardio

Highlights from Recent Projects

Overall Rating

33 Reviews

Tintash collaborated with an online interior design company to develop a custom 3D rendering desktop application. The application was built from scratch to offer high-quality rendering capabilities for interior designers of all skill levels. Tintash used Unity for the gaming engine, PHP for the backend which was later updated to Python and Django, React for the frontend, Autodesk 3ds Max for the 3D tool, V-Ray for the rendering engine, and Jenkins for automation. The application includes features that allow users to create floor plans in a 3D-rendered space, add furniture and home decor items, architectural elements, and export photo-realistic renderings. The collaboration took place from March 2017 to October 2022, and the company invested $1 million-$5 million in the project.

Tintash was hired by Finnegan the Dragon, a pre-K EdTech company, to develop a fully functional beta 1.0 game that aligns with classroom curriculum. The game was partially built before Tintash took over the development. They managed the development and art team, sourced needed personnel, and provided project management services. The game is currently under beta testing and the company has been receiving positive feedback.

MyWordPal, a web-based application that teaches children with dyslexia how to read using AI voice recognition, hired Tintash to develop their application. The goal was to create a proof of concept to showcase at BETT, and an MVP. Tintash was responsible for requirement specifications, information architecture and low-mid fidelity wireframes, an exploratory UI style guide, R&D effort for Soapbox, and APIs integration. The company chose Tintash due to their high ratings, great culture fit, and alignment with company values.



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