Sebastian and Robert have known each other since they were four years old. They used to screw apart their parents' PCs, and (sometimes) reassemble them. Hence the name "Brthrs," or rather "brothers. Removing vowels from a company name was once in. Gradually, they also began developing websites and later apps.
It all began
with two best friends
From two Brthrs
to a family
The family has grown to include several brthrs and, fortunately, sstrs. We are a team of passionate developers, designers and content strategists who work hard to create beautiful, smart, user-friendly and universally accessible digital products. We can talk about Harry Potter for hours, enjoy having a beer with each other on Fridays and sporadically venture into a fine piece of karaoke.
This is what we come out of bed for
We want to create digital products that connect deeply with the user and really add something to someone's life. That's why we get excited about organizations that want to have a positive impact on society, and we work a lot with companies that are involved in social and learning.
Apps and websites for everyone
A good app or website can be used by everyone. So also by the 4 million Dutch people with disabilities. To strengthen the fight for an accessible digital world, we started the platform DigitallyAccessible.com. There we share our knowledge about digital accessibility and help companies and organizations make their website or app accessible.
The brthrs and sstrs
Robert, Robin, Amanda, Danny, Marta, Miguel, Ron, Tanya, Jo, Manon, Cas, Morris & Sylvian.
Brthrs also stands for getting someone on the phone who can help you right away
We do everything from three principles: transparency, brotherhood and trust. In our team, but also to our clients. For example, as a client, you have access to our project management environment and there is a dedicated WhatsApp group for each client in which you can reach us quickly (even on weekends).
And we are curious about you. What characterizes you, what moves you, what impact do you want to make, and above all, with whom? Because to make a successful product, you first need to know for whom you are developing that product.