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Rebel takes a strategic approach to incorporating technology, placing it at the core of our processes to drive business results and enhance operational and technical landscapes. Ultimately, technology’s job—as we see it—is to amplify the brand and create flawless user experiences.

Artificial Intelligence, for example, helps us more quickly deliver the specific solutions that clients request. Machine learning aids us in creating the fine tunes for Large Language Models (LLM) that can literally be trained to emulate precise behaviors (such as speech patterns) and in building Knowledge Bases that inform program outcomes. Together, AI and machine learning can automate the more tedious input tasks to get to more fully formed solutions with greater speed.

Web Development

Building a website for your brand is more than just the marriage of beautiful design and well-written code. It takes developing a purpose-built engine geared specifically to accomplish your business goals through functionality and user experience. 

Qa & Accessibility

Sixty-one million Americans live with some form of disability, and many require additional assistance to access and engage with digital media. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) offer a defined set of requirements to make your website, social media, or design accessible to all. 

App Development

We build stunning, cross-platform mobile apps that are built to accomplish your business goals and provide a seamless user experience. When developing apps, Rebel works collaboratively with you to determine how to best to attract, inform, and engage users. We’ll help you make your idea a reality, from pre-build strategy through app store marketing. 

Emerging Tech

Emerging technology is generally described as game-changing technology that is five to ten years away from becoming commonplace. It might appear to be off in the distance, but we’re already looking at ways to use emerging technology for the benefit of our clients today. We work to stay as far ahead of the curve as possible, and keep our clients there. 


There’s nothing particularly new about the idea of applying game-like principles to non-game topics. What’s changed is the broader digital context: we’re living in an increasingly virtual world, and one of the biggest challenges is keeping people engaged. If you can’t gather in-person, how do you hold your audience’s attention?