I love brainstorming how to make big ideas happen.I started doing web development back in 1999 during the last years of college. Moving on to a career in advertising and design split between two Fortune 500 companies. A utility person by nature, I have a deep knowledge in numerous facets of internet technology, including the most important aspect... "how to make it all run as business". A rare skill set that enables me to go from high level meetings one minute, to translating that vision for a programmer's and/or designer's task list the next.
I'm excited about how tech is transforming our world.Starting off as a marketing assistant, Patches Zemotel quickly took more and more social networking responsibility off our hands and proudly stacked it on her back. She sees the web as one giant conversation that you have to be involved in to be relevant. "Its like going to a party and you can choose to be the guy in the corner, or you can be the life of the party. It's all in the choice you make when you walk through the door."
Sorry, I don't smile until you are 100% satisfied.Alwin's visual abilities are unsurpassed, his creative insight without comparison. Alwin finds the work fascinating to this day as it is unique and rewarding each and every time. Especially when those exciting and fresh ideas come rolling in from the idea loaded entrepreneurs we work with. In his spare time Alwin's passion is his family and his music.
The meaning of life 00011010100 + 010100011001 = 42Some people like coding, some people love it, Anthony is obsessed. The attention to detail that we see from him makes us ecstatic, because clients rave about him, and it makes everyone here look good. Its simply great to have someone around who can think and code.
Why only get to #1 for one, when ten #1's are much better.Let's face it... traffic leads to sales and your sales is what Dwayne is all about. If we build it... they will come. He knows the importance of being #1 on Google,and that earch engine optimization or superb pay per click management is a must. He knows competition is fierce, but he just doesn't seem to care, he finds a way to push you to the top anyway.
Don't worry, those big eyes are painted on the glasses.Joel has been hacking away at PHP, HTML, CSS, jQuery and related technologies since the turn of the century. A self-taught programmer who strives for pixel-perfect XHTML/CSS, by staying up-to-date with the latest tools of the trade. Including a healthy dose of on-site search engine optimization best practices to make sure a website becomes a business out of the gate.