The company principals have over four decades of business process and technology management and design experience. We're not just a couple of recent college grads with no grounding in the real world.

Team Depth

Our team members have strengths in System Administration, Custom Programming, Graphic Design, Solution and Business Process Engineering. We let each play to their strength. This sets us apart from the one-person web design shops, or your friend who does web design on the side. We're probably the largest Joomla! web design team in Georgia.

Low Overhead

We're a virtual company working from the north Georgia mountains. We also specialize in using open-source tools to solve your business issues. This means you don't have to pay for our office space, gas, logo-emblazoned t-shirts or software. We sell just one thing: our time. This makes us different from the traditional storefront design house.


Our core values are something we take seriously. They're not just words on a dusty sheet of paper on the shelf. This makes us different from people who have no moral compass.


We work best where we're our clients partner in making web technology decisions. We don't have all the answers, but working together we can find ways to make your business more prosperous. This makes us different from people who just want to do web-design piecework for you, such as most off-shore outfits.


We're results-oriented. We know your website is here to help your business make money, to help your organization thrive. We're not about web solutions that just look shiny. We're very focused on helping you succeed.

So look around. See our portfolio, our team, and evaluate our work...then talk to us about improving your web presence.

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