Nebula Labs is a software house based in Newcastle upon Tyne, in the North East of England, offering mobile app development, web platform development, and bespoke software development for ambitious startups and entrepreneurs, and forward-thinking SMEs.
We take a unique engineering-driven approach to ensure that every solution we develop genuinely solves problems, has the potential to scale, and adds value to your business. We're your perfect technology partner.
We're based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, but we love to work with amazing partners around the Northern Powerhouse, around the country, and across the globe.
The Engineering Driven Approach
Our Engineering Driven Approach puts engineering quality and innovation above everything else - so you can be sure that your app uses the latest technologies, whilst always performing robustly.
Nebula Labs is a team of talented and experienced software engineering experts founded in 2017, based in Newcastle upon Tyne, headed by two charismatic co-founders; Dylan McKee and Nic Flynn.
Co-founder & CEO
Passionate technologist, excited app developer, and enthusiastic tea drinker.
Dylan has a vast experience of mobile app development, developing his first iOS app - myAltitude - at the age of 13, which went on to achieve over 1 million downloads worldwide. Since then, Dylan has worked on countless apps over multiple mobile and web platforms for a variety of clients ranging from solo entrepreneurs and venture-backed startups to established SMEs and local government organisations.
Dylan studied Computer Science BSc at Newcastle University, and is also an alumni of the Ignite Accelerator Programme, completing their Summer 2014 programme and working with many of their portfolio companies on mobile apps.
Available to comment on:
Tech startups, North East tech scene, mobile app development, accelerator programmes
Co-founder & COO
Passionate web explorer, analytical networks expert, and coffee connoisseur.
Nic has a vast experience of network configuration, security and resilience, and web development, running his first public server - a Minecraft multiplayer games instance - at the age of 15. Since then, Nic has worked on a wide range of network and web projects, as well as gaining significant supervisory and managerial experience in the leisure industry.
Nic studied Computer & Network Technology at Northumbria University, and holds Cisco Certification.
Available to comment on:
Web security, cloud technologies and networking, Internet of Things
Tech Challenge 2017
Invest South Tyneside Tech Challenge 2017 finalists.
Big Chip 2017
Big Chip 2017 'Best Mobile Application' award, shortlisted.
Shortlisted for Dynamo North East Dynamites 16 Innovator of the Year Award .
Living North 2016
Shortlisted for Living North 2016 Promise & Potential Award .