Body, Mind and Technology
A paradigm shift to improve people's lives
Our goal is to create a paradigm shift in the industry. Big brands are focused in making money instead of creating products that benefit their users. We are here to change that.
We want to improve people’s lives through innovation, creating solutions for better performance, health, and comfort. Bring mind, body, and technology together.
We are a community-centered, honest and open company with really high standards. We build high-quality products with our customers constantly in mind.
When a coach wins two championships and brings the team to their highest peak of performance, no one expects him to retire and risk everything to create something for the community.
This is what Luis "Deilor" Sevilla did.
Back in 2016, after winning his second LEC split, he quit his coaching role and started a project: Create the world's most advanced mechanical gaming keyboard, designed to enhance performance, health, and comfort.
In January 2017, we launched our first prototype: The Shortcut.
The early days
It was not a mass scale launch, we manufactured about 50 prototypes and shipped them for testing, this was our first first-hand experience with the users.
Interacting with our testers was an eye-opening experience. We learned a lot, especially about what customers wanted. That's how we found that the Shortcut was not optimal as our first product.
The shortcut was great, it was a massive improvement over a classic keyboard. It only had one problem: the learning curve was too steep for new users.
A crucial choice had to be made: stick to a good product that might not succeed or restart the process.
After many deliberations, we went with option B. We kept the shortcut for future projects and proceeded to develop a different keyboard: The Raise.
The Dygma Era
Launching our first product was very exciting. But it also meant a new set of challenges.
The first one was getting validation from the community
We created a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter and it was a great success! Not only were we able to surpass our target but we also validated the Raise with our customers. Thanks to their feedback, we were able to improve the Raise even further.
The second challenge was the most arduous — manufacturing.
Big-scale manufacturing is a much more complicated task than designing and building a prototype. Dealing with numerous suppliers who had different agendas meant that we were met with countless delays. But all the hard work paid off when we finally manufactured our first batch, which was shipped in December 2019.
After that first batch came a second one, which was sent in mid 2020, and now we have always stock ready for anyone who wants to change the way they game, type, code or create.
The third challenge was fulfilling all orders worldwide. Finding the right courier was crucial, and thanks to the many lessons we've learned, we are now able to ship products in less than 5 days to anywhere in the world.
Founder & CEO
Lead Product Designer
Business Operations and Logistics
Copywriter and Head of community
Head of Content
UI & UX Developer
Continue making awesome keyboards
We consider the Raise the perfect gateway to ergonomic keyboards, but we don't want to stop there. So expect new awesome keyboards soon.
Improve the ergonomics of the workstation
Paradigm" and "shift" are big words, so we want to back them up with big actions. Piece by piece, we intend to redefine the concept of the workstation as a whole.
Stick to our gaming roots
Gaming is always going to be part of what we are as a company, and we will always keep an eye on it. Not everything is working, so expect some of our projects to go in that direction too.
Create your Raise
Matte black or silver white
8 different mechanical switches
Compact travel case and enhancement kit
Free express worldwide shipping
“I love this keyboard. I wanted a more comfortable typing experience and I haven't been disappointed.”SBStapley Youtube
“It's truly a breath of fresh air for a tech product. Highly customizable, modular, and with an open-source software.”Jonikori Twitter
"I was skeptical at first, but this is endgame for me. I had no idea normal keyboards were hurting my shoulder."Meatsweats Twitter