Top 15 Sites To Find and Hire Augmented Reality Developers
Based on facts publicly available as of 01.01.2022
Launched in 2010, Toptal connects companies with elite top-tier freelancers from all over the globe. It specifically focuses on tech talent, with a rigorous screening process that only the top 3% of applicants pass. Other keys to its success include a quality guarantee, no recruiting fees and a no-risk free trial. Toptal recruits in-demand talent such as React, iOS, Android and augmented reality developers.
Gigster calls itself a fully managed software delivery platform. Established in 2014, the company operates out of San Francisco. Besides finding talent for client projects, it also assembles a project team with a dedicated project manager. Gigster's development teams handle these projects at every stage from start to finish. Clients also have access to reporting, support and documentation. The company's strict standards ensure that it only recruits the top 1% of applicants.
Launched in 2015, Upwork recruits talent from a wide range of fields. The San Francisco-based firm offers three approaches for companies to find qualified freelancers. Clients can post jobs and hire augmented reality developers. It also has talent scouting services and customizable ready-to-purchase projects. On Upwork, clients can review applicants' work samples and previous client reviews, and directly interview applicants. The app comes with tools like video conferencing, file sharing and progress tracking.
X-Team partners with its clients to provide long-term development solutions. The company offers dedicated engineering teams to its clients. Teams can have up to 100 members, depending on a client's needs and the scope of its projects. The firm's team-oriented approach has attracted major clients such as Riot Games and Sony. Founded in 2006, X-Team also offers ongoing support to clients. Dedicated team sizes are scalable and contract terms are flexible. The skills offered range from artificial intelligence engineering to game development.
Established in 2012, Matellio is a software engineering studio harnessing both on- and off-short talent. Headquartered in San Jose, the firm has over 200 engineers in its network plus a collaborative relationship with remote development teams in India. Matellio boasts a large menu of services that includes augmented reality development for its clients’ websites and custom applications. Major clients include Hewlett-Packard, AirFusion, CardGlobal, and PTGI.
Launched in 1998, Guru links clients with highly skilled, vetted and verified freelance professionals. It helps companies find world-class talent, including graphic designers, engineers and application developers. Clients can create free job postings, hire freelancers and track their work using the WorkRooms feature. Guru boasts a 99% customer satisfaction rate plus secure payment, flexible payment terms and 24/7 support. The company operates out of Pittsburgh and Noida, India.
Established in 2016, CGHero offers a visual approach to choosing content creation specialists. Based in the United Kingdom, the company connects clients with pre-vetted freelancers. Available talent includes freelance augmented reality developers, 3D modeling professionals and digital illustrators. Companies can browse freelancer profiles to see visual samples of their work.
Truelancer is a global platform that connects clients with design and development professionals. Founded in 2014, it operates out of New Delhi. Freelancers search the platform for projects that fit their unique skillsets. Clients submit project briefs, review freelancer proposals and interview candidates. Companies also have the option of hosting design contests to find qualified talent. Truelancer curates freelance talent based on skillsets. The freelancers' skills include Python, React, Unity and augmented reality development.
Freelancer brands itself as the world's largest freelancing and crowdsourcing marketplace. The platform boasts over 57 million freelancers and companies from over 240 countries. Clients can post project briefs or contests on the platform. From there, they hire augmented reality developers whose skills and experience best meet their needs. The Australian firm provides 24/7 support along with secure payment options and a mobile app to track and manage projects.
Established in 2012, Workana is a global remote work program with over 3 million freelancers and 600,000 clients. This company recruits freelancers from several career fields. Companies looking for talent can post projects, receive proposals and choose a professional. Freelancers receive payment upon successful project delivery and client approval. The site also offers an enterprise service. Workana Enterprise creates teams of freelancers dedicated to specific clients' projects.
Upstack is a New York-based firm offering a global pool of talent. Each client works with a dedicated account manager. The company then matches freelance developers with the appropriate skills for clients' projects. Upstack lets each client start risk-free to confirm if a recommended freelancer is a good fit. Developer skills range from Java and .NET to Python and React. Since 2017, Upstack has supplied talent for companies like IKEA, Squarespace and TaskRabbit.
Launched in 2019, Arc.Dev describes itself as a remote career platform. The California-based company vets candidates through extensive evaluations. Applicants go through a screening process like those used by Silicon Valley firms. Only 2.3% of applicants successfully pass this process, resulting in an exclusive pool of freelancing talent. Arc.Dev's clients include Spotify, Chegg and Techstars.
Fiverr is a global marketplace in which freelancers offer digital services. These professionals' expertise ranges from content writing to augmented reality development. Based in Tel Aviv, the Israeli company connected freelancers and clients since 2010. Besides its free searches, the company also offers Fiverr Teams. This service matches clients with the qualified talent they need. Key benefits include project-based pricing, around-the-clock support and protected payments.
14. Gravity Jack
Gravity Jack is a Spokane-based company offering full-service software development. Since its founding in 2009, the firm has worked with clients such as Ford, Samsung and Lockheed Martin. Gravity Jack specializes in augmented reality plus virtual reality, websites and mobile apps. Clients hire the company directly and its in-house design and development teams complete each client's projects.
Iflexion is an Austin-based company specializing in both web and mobile app development. The firm offers both virtual and augmented reality solutions on many devices and platforms. The company's in-house teams use AR development tools like ARKit, Unity and ARCore. Since 1999, Iflexion has delivered solutions for clients such as Toyota, Expedia and Philips.