While others give up, Robert is just getting started. An avid chaser of challenges from insane week long mountainous hiking trips to coding other peoples crazy ideas. Being an übergeek and developer he often dreams in PHP. The only thing Robert fears is Photoshop. When not coding he’s cleaning and reloading his Glock.
Designer & Developer
Susan has an undying love for making websites. She’s powered by strict caffeine diet. With cup of jo, she powers up the computer to design & work (play) with website code. She considers web design more of a hobby than a job. She finds inspiration in everything around her and is constantly looking for new ideas and design trends.
Steck loves a challenge and a great problem to solve. Jack of all trades and master of puns – an old man at heart. He loves a good rocking chair, strong coffee and a slow morning. But when it comes to code and design, this old man needs no retirement. Fueled by passion for the web, great music and an undying love for learning, he’s not afraid to pull the trigger.
Having worked in print media since 1996, Chris decided to take the plunge in designing websites just a short year ago. Nowadays, it’s virtually impossible to pull him away from his arsenal of design tools. With Red Bull in hand and a dose of Spotify blasting his favorite and usually frightening choice of music, definitely makes him the most interesting man in the business. It is said that “Once while sailing around the world, He discovered a short cut”.
Carly’s superpower allows her to collect random pixels and form them into amazing works of digital art. Carly is also a happiness engineer, filling each room she enters with warm fuzzies. In addition to wrangling up pixels Carly also wrangles up horses. She’s a real life cowgirl who enjoys to ride and care for horses.
Jim’s secret ability is to weave a story from literally nothing. Need to describe a service or product that makes women’s knees buckle and grown men weep, Jim’s your guy. When mere text and graphic images fall short Jim takes over with his video equipment & professional editing sixth sense. Jim once told Einstein “Put your hand on a hot stove for a minute, and it seems like an hour. Sit with a pretty girl for an hour, and it seems like a minute. THAT’S relativity.”