Recently possible technology

We create web applications for people and their communities. We’ve won awards for our work from the BBC, Yahoo, Sony, Hewlett-Packard and UnLtd.

We’re thinkers, designers and engineers, always learning from the newest technologies and opportunities on the web. We are experts in JavaScript, HTML5, Node.js and social design.

Dharmafly is run by Prem Rose. He is available for web development and consultancy as an individual or as part of a specialised Dharmafly team. We have bases in Brighton, UK and Coimbra, Portugal.

Read more about our projects.

Hack LondonOpen Hack 2009: People's ChoiceOpen Hack 2009: Best in ShowWebby AwardsUnltdWorld BricSony Radio Academy Awards

Cutting edgyness

Our apps come in all shapes and sizes, from large-scale interactive websites to the tiniest of widgets. They are tools to help people discover, collect, organise and collaborate. They stay faithful to the purpose of the product. The user’s needs are paramount.

Aside from our work with clients, we release open source software and teach what we have learned, founding Brighton’s technology meetup Async, the learning space Lab for the Recently Possible and other initiatives.

Read more about what we’ve been up to.

Big impact collaborations

It’s easy to do good work when the core concept is strong and the mission makes a real impact.

Dharmafly has been working with the BBC World Service since 2007 on a collection of apps to help them reach their community with world news, conversations and simple visual interfaces for complex global issues.

Read the case study.

Don’t be a stranger

Do get in touch to tell us about your project.

We keep an occasional blog (you can subscribe by email or feed). You can also follow @premasagar and @dharmafly on Twitter.

Speak to you soon.