For us, the project needs to feel like a good fit. We ask ourselves questions like:
- Do we like these guys? Does it feel right?
- Can we be passionate about their business and get behind what they’re doing?
- Does the project present challenges that we can provide solid solutions for?
- Do we have the resources and time to take on this project?
- Can we have fun with this project?
Hey, we’re a small, local business too. We identify with the other small business owners of the world, who take enormous pride in what they’ve created, and who appreciate being able to call us up and actually get a real person on the phone at any time.
We can work with you to identify the goals that you have to grow your business, and how you can effectively leverage the Internet to do so. And if you ask nicely, we can even help you with the computer & network setup in your office (as long as they’re Mac’s, no PC’s!)!
We have completed projects large and small for some very large (Fortune 500 to be exact) corporations. Whether it’s an email campaign, advising on social marketing strategy, designing/building a microsite, or creating a global sales application, we have done it.
Being all college graduates ourselves, we understand the importance of a good University website. From the ability to communicate with potential students, keep up to date with current students, and even connect with alumni, we get it. We know how to deliver information effectively and efficiently while remaining Section 508 accessible.
We’re three guys who love music (and Sonos), period. Our Pandora is always rocking everything from: Dave Matthews Band, to Lil’ Wayne, to Korn, to Blink 182, to Trey Songz, to Frank Sinatra. We love it all. There’s been no better (and critical) time for musicians to harness the power of the Internet than right now. We understand the technology that’s out there, and can help you use it to your advantage.
International projects provide their own set of unique challenges. In addition to the obvious challenge (translation into native languages), there are programming challenges (for instance, the Greek language requires a double-byte character set as we found out with the Athens Dialogues project). We have created large web sites that do “on the fly” language swaps, and employ different character sets/languages based on user preferences.
We’ve worked as a subcontractor for many ad agencies for many years now. We’re well-versed in the dynamics of large agencies and can work seemlessly within that context. We’ve done a wide variety of work too, including: web site design and development, custom applications, HTML emails, microsites, and more!