Sebastiaan and Robert have known each other since they were four years old. Back in the day they took apart their parent’s PCs and (sometimes) put them back together. That’s how the name ‘Brthrs’ came in existence, or actually: ‘Brothers’. Removing vowels from a company name used to be a thing. Little by little, they started to develop websites and later apps.
It all started
with two best friends
From two Brthrs
to a family
The family steadily grew by multiple brthrs and sstrs. We are a team of passionate developers, designers and content strategists who want to make beautiful, smart, user-friendly and accessible digital products. We can discuss Harry Potter for hours, like to have a beer on Friday and try out some karaoke every now and then.
This is what makes us tick
We create digital products with a deep user connection. Products that really add value to someone’s life. Organisations rooting for a positive impact on society make us happy. We often collaborate with companies working on social and learning projects.
The brthrs en sstrs
Robert, Sebastiaan, Thiago, Romana, Reinoud, Kim, Valerie, Robin, Kristine, Srdjan, Wouter, Milo, Abby, Morris & Sylvian.
Apps and websites for everyone
A proper app or website is available for everyone. That means the four million people with a disability, too. To empower the battle for an accessible digital world, we launched the platform DigitaalToegankelijk.com. We share our knowledge about digital accessibility and help companies and organisations develop an accessible website or app.
Call Brthrs, and there is always someone available to help you out
Everything we do, we do from three principles: transparency, brotherhood and faith. This applies to our team, but also our client. Every customer has access to our project management environment and gets their own WhatsApp group to reach to quickly (also on weekends).
We are interested in you. What makes you tick, what moves you, what impact do you want to make and especially: who do you want to make impact on? To create a successful product, you first need to know who you develop it for.