How about the price?
Who are newlylabs?
What does the name newlylabs stand for?
How is this different from other software that has web-support?
How do I compensate you for your work?
As outlined above, we want to further progress research rather than creating a cash-cow that does very little to actually address the pressing problems in research. We will discuss the project with you, will discuss it internally, and will then name you a price. This price comes without any payment plans or monthly subscriptions or licenses - because we do not need them. There is one price, that's it. The fact that we have worked in this field successfully, makes us confident that you will be satisfied with our work. If not, you should not pay us.
Can’t I do all this myself?
How long does it take for my project to be completed?
How good is online research?
What do you do with the money you earn?
We are quite different from a classical profit-driven business. First, we want to ask a price that is fair for you and us. Second, we mainly take the money to cover our costs, that is the equipment we need, to pay for our coffee and lunch during programming, and to pay for room rent and occasional travels to discuss projects. Everything that we have as sur-plus will be invested in our own research.
Is my research suited for newly labs?
Can I not hire just any freelance-programmer?
What if I want to continue my research with this framework?
Why should I prefer you over the big players in web-research?
This is simple: we do not see ourselves as targeting the same group of researchers. If you merely want to collect survey data with a few drop-down menus and sliders, maybe standardised software from commercial websites is better for you. We can of course do that, but what we are really interested in is developing existing or novel tasks for web-research. The more complex and unique your project, the more the challenge for us, and the more interesting the project. We are a small "business" and intend to continue our philosophy of developing highly specific research tasks.