Jayway is a software innovation consultancy, helping our clients create new products and services. From ideation and concept design
to development and beyond.

  • Jayway has brought unique skills in usability, ease of use, reliability and cost efficient implementation into the project.

    Johannes Boson, Sales Director at Hi3G Access AB
  • The Application that Jayway has created will be of great help to our Sales Organization and Partners. Jayway has been a very committed Partner in this project and we are very pleased with the result that we have created together.

    Magnus Christerson, Marketing Director at Ricoh Sweden AB
  • I love working with Jayway. They build intelligent and fast. That is crucial to our survival as a company when we need to evolve and reinvent ourselves. I can’t imagine where we would be today if it hasn’t been for the guys from Jayway.

    Søren Kruse Andersen, Head of Product at Minetilbud.dk | Part of FK Distribution A/S
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Building Cloud Applications with vNext/ASP.NET 5

Malmö, Sweden
Talare: Per Ökvist, Developer,Architect - Jayway Ämne: The goal of ASP.NET 5 is to create a lean and composable .NET stack for building modern cloud-based apps. In this session we'll introduce ASP.NET 5. Using a fictive rock-paper-scissor game scenario we'll take two perspectives,  as an...
28Jan 2015

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Making icon-only buttons a little more accessible

Based on things I’ve seen in the wild lately, it’s time for another quick reminder to not just focus on sighted users. In this particular case, we’re going to focus on the use of icons-only buttons. Now, a lot can be said about the usability of only relying on a symbol to convey meaning, but let’s just focus on the accessibility part for today.

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