call us nerdy ...
... but we love to create web apps, web sites, and all things Internet-ty.
We love to dig into what our clients want to achieve, and then help them develop a strategy and solution to meet those goals. Finding out what makes your business tick -- and then using the 'net to make it tick better is our idea of good time.*
Years ago, there were big companies. And we all worked there. One day, we decided we didn't want to do business the "big company way."
So we broke out on our own, and started treating our clients like we would want to be treated. We started from scratch, threw away all the expensive development models, hidden costs, and the bottom-line mindset.
We streamlined the development process and searched for more affordable tools, like open source platforms. And where we couldn't find the right tool, we created our own.
We realized we wanted to partner with our clients, to provide the tools and resources and knowledge that would help you use the web to succeed. Because when you succeed, we succeed.
And that makes us all happy. Doing business the old fashioned way, building relationships and working together. That's what we're about.
Who We Work With...
Our client list extends from small home-based microbusinesses to international pharmaceutical companies. The majority of our work is focused on working with small businesses in North Carolina to design and build web sites that our clients can actually use to market their goods and services.
We've been doing this since 1999, so we have clients all over the United States, but most of our clients are based in Hillsborough, Durham, Raleigh, Chapel Hill, Mebane, and Roxboro in North Carolina.
If you're interesting in getting a web site for your business, church, or non-profit organization, or if your current site is ready for a facelift, have a look at a few of our recent web design projects and then contact us .
You'll be glad you did!
*Just so you know, we also like un-nerdy things like triathlon, woodworking, backpacking, scuba diving, making bows and arrows, kayaking in Greenland (or was it Iceland?), and making fire from rubbing sticks together, Bear Gryll's style. Which is pretty un-nerdy, we'd just like to point out.