DayBack is built by SeedCode, Inc.
SeedCode is the leading extensions developer for Claris FileMaker, the low-code environment from Apple.
Our award-winning calendar helps developers add sophisticated scheduling interfaces to their projects. We’re taking this 20 years of calendar experience and launching DayBack for a wider audience, including integrations with Salesforce, Google Calendar, and Basecamp.
We’re happy to share some of the tech that helped us bring DayBack to Salesforce: if you’re a JS dev looking to launch in the AppExchange, this is for you.
Meet our amazing team
Lake Stevens, WA
Support & Custom Projects – Querétaro, MX
Colorado Springs, CO
Colorado Springs, CO
Organizations we support
DESC is the leading private organization working to end homelessness in Seattle.
In addition to survival shelters and supportive housing, DESC offers housing-first programs including 1811 Eastlake, probably the most thoroughly studied housing-first program in the nation. Housing-first recognizes that housing is not the end-point of sobriety, or of getting your life together: it’s the starting point. It works.
DayBack donates 1% of product revenue to DESC. Seattle is our home and the solutions to homelessness are known and working. If you’re in Seattle and work in tech, consider bringing the 1% pledge to your company.
DayBack is a co-founder of Pause, an unconference, think-tank, and art-project for software developers and others designing business systems. Pause creates experiences that bring people together to try something new.
Recent events include:
2021, 2022 FileMaker Summer Camp
- An analog tech conference outdoors
- Unplug: how do you recharge?
2020 Suitcase Protocol
- How do we get together when we can’t
- What does a conference look like during COVID
2018 New Orleans, LA: Stand Tall
- Produced by Women of FileMaker
- What do inclusion, justice, and representation in tech look like?
- How do we think about coding?
- How do we think?
Working with non-profits.
DayBack discounts our software for non-profits, including the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center, Social Justice Collaborative (representing immigrants, refugees, and families in deportation proceedings), the New Zealand Aids Foundation, and River’s Wish Animal Sanctuary. Please consider supporting these organizations.
If you’re a non-profit in need of scheduling solutions, please get in touch.
Images from our friends
The surfer on our homepage is by photographer and filmmaker, Nathan Oldfield; the abstract water image on the homepage is by Jus Tin (@hilifephoto).
Aside from the candids above, most photos and video on the site are courtesy of Justin Coffey who runs a blog on surfing the Pacific Northwest. Justin shares John’s fetish for surf vans and this was our introduction to his blog. (The original clip from our homepage can be found here.) Justin is also a partner at Kook Stack, which happens to be one of the greatest company names ever.
Sign-in photos: the swell at Scorpion Bay by Teddi Dean. Van in the Oregon desert and the foggy low tide at Hobuck by fellow kayaker Mark Morel.
The footer image is by Chiyoko Yoshida from her ranch in New Mexico.