Mobile technology should simply “work” for families.
Famigo provies a platform for families to safely discover, manage, and enjoy educational and entertaining apps, videos, and games on all smartphones and tablets.
Meet the Famigo Team
Q Beck, Co-founder & CEO
Q Beck co-founded Famigo during the 2nd semester of his MBA program. Prior to business school, he spent 9 years in the film industry as a development and production executive for numerous companies, including Nickelodeon and DreamWorks. He earned a BA from Columbia University and an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin.
Douglas Ferguson, CTO & Software Genius
At Famigo, Douglas writes a variety of software (web, mobile, API, whatever), and also keeps the hamsters inside of our servers from overheating. He thinks a lot about the way we build software and how we can make processes faster and more fun. In addition to the software thing, Douglas is a musician, photographer and dabler in anything that transmits electrons through wires or the air.
Matt McDonnell, VP of Operations
A native of Scranton, PA, Matt holds a B.A. in Philosophy from Colgate University, an MBA from the College of Charleston, and is taking a leave of absence from the University of Texas School of Law in order to focus all his attention on Famigo. Previously, Matt worked as an Outward Bound sailing instructor and elementary school teacher before co-founding two dropout prevention programs in Charleston, South Carolina. Matt does a little bit of everything at Famigo.
Chris Shonk - Liahona Ventures
Morgan Flager - Silverton Partners
Kip McClanahan - Silverton Partners
Josh Baer - Capital Factory
Bart Bohn - Formerly at the Austin Technology Incubator
The Famigo APProved Program
This program recognizes developers and partners who create delightful,
family-friendly apps that have passed through our rigorous review process with flying stars
By awarding stellar developers with the Famigo APProved badge, we make it easier for familites to find the truly great apps that are so easily lost in the crowded marketplaces.
We honestly get incredibly excited when we review a beautifully designed and clearly lovingly crafted app. If you think your app will be the talk of your office, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- 4 - 5 star review
- Exceptional design
- Flawless interface
- Impeccable game play
- Safe for families
- Overall phenomenal app
How to Be COPPA Compliant
There’s lots of talk about the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), but do you really understand how the law works? Below is a guide containing 10 questions that every developer should ask him or herself over the next couple weeks in order to conduct an internal COPPA audit and ensure compliance. Click the button below to download our free 10 step guide on how to be COPPA compliant. If you have any questions, please reach out to us.