We are a young and constantly-changing company that understands the challenges of startups, scaling a business and how the right software can propel companies to new heights.
The philosophy that guides us is one of care - your project is not just a task list to us. We get deeply involved in every step of the way. You can count on us being your partners, because we want to share your vision and build the right product for you and your customers.
We are an agile and open-minded company that understands the challenges of startups, scaling a business and how the right software can propel companies to new heights.
We are a team of misfits: basketball players turned developers, architects turned designers, HRs turned marketers. We believe that individual thought, ownership and honesty are what turn ordinary people into drivers of change.
We have no walls, no set hours and no prejudices in the office - just a bunch of professionals who are passionate about what they do for a living. We're here because we love building products that create value for our clients and help drive their businesses forward.
Idea Link has already helped a wide variety of businesses all over the world, ranging from SaaS startups to long-established corporations: travel agencies, telecommunication and legal firms, online entertainment companies, manufacturers, online course providers and more.
The philosophy that guides us is one of care - your project is not just a task list to us. We get deeply involved every step of the way. You can count on us being your partners because we want to share your vision and build the right product for you and your customers.
Being at the forefront of a new era of programming is both scary and exciting, which is why we are actively involved in educating people on how No Code can unlock new opportunities both in our home country, Lithuania, and beyond.
Our founder, Rokas, is a regular speaker in Lithuania's biggest tech conference, Login. We also founded CodeorNoCode.com to help people choose between traditional software and No Code for their future projects.
We are ready for a future where making software does not entail an extortionate, dragged-out process. Our mission is to make you a part of that future as well, with the help of No Code.
If you are still unsure whether No Code is suitable for your digital project - do not hesitate to get in touch and we will see if it is the right solution for you!
A true businessman at heart, Rokas is always on the lookout for the next big thing, whether it means taking part in hackathons or just keeping a finger on the pulse of the tech industry. However, he engages in the technical side, too, having built many things with code, without and advised enterprises on their processes. Now his passion lies in helping people build the best products with No Code. Having lived in the USA, UK and Singapore, Rokas is the Mr. Worldwide of the group.
Ieva is a product designer who studied her field in Scotland. Ieva lives and breathes design - her works are set firmly in the digital sphere, but they all have a connection to reality: she used to create furniture and consumer products, as well as making copper jewellery and watercolour illustrations to this day. Ieva has an almost telepathic knack for understanding what the customer needs and turning it into the right product, which is why we are ecstatic to have her on board!
Having tried many hats, everything from HR to coordinating manufacturing processes, he finally settled in marketing and is absolutely loving it. Kasparas brings his holistic perspective to everything he does in Idea Link: copywriting, strategising, running ads and taking care of SEO. Given a cold pint and a place to sit, he could discuss cars, cinematography and everything Japanese for days on end.
A man of few words but many works, Aurimas is an IT engineer who’s busy building out the front-end of our projects. Even though he doesn't talk much, you can tell he's passionate about what he does by the way he moves his hands when discussing something technical. Building is a bit of a theme with Aurimas, as he’s also built our QA system and is currently literally building his own house!
Veronika is our project manager. In her professional life, she practised software development and design, which she bridged together on the way to this role. Now, rather, Veronika’s earned the nickname Nokia, because her job is connecting people: our designers, developers and clients. She has a radar-like vision of the newest trends in design too - many of which are linked to what she has done in the past.
Martynas is our most talkative person. He is also a developer, which is an unusual combination. After an 11-year stint in swimming, he decided that it didn’t have enough danger and space for creativity (also, you cannot talk underwater). As a result, Martynas became a No Code developer and started studying for a Master’s degree in cybersecurity. After all, he is Martynas from the Idea Link clan and his ancestors used the orb of No Code to save the world. Did he ever truly have a choice?
Roberta is a rare Pokemon - half artist, half full-stack developer. She has engaged in many forms of art throughout her life: sang in multiple choirs and solo, wrote a book, experimented with various instruments and is writing poetry to this day. However, she found it all a little too easy, which is why she decided to fill the void with software development, as logical problems are Roberta’s favourite brain food now.
Tautvydas is our Product Manager. He is also our resident maker. In fact, he has been creating items for himself since his childhood, when he would build all the toys he couldn't buy using LEGO. The passion for making is still there for him. Nowadays, he oversees the creation of digital products for us and uses the process of making coffee to relax. If you need anything made - Tautvydas is your man.
Almantas is our beatboxing, guitar playing, ex-singer back-end developer. He is the sort of guy who can both play in a Christian Rap band and have a replica of Mjölnir in his cupboard. When you think about it, he is a very typical Lithuanian, as we have always been somewhere in the middle between Paganism and Christianity. At work, he is also often in the middle, as he spends most of his time in the back-end, but advises us on UI/UX decisions as well.