We can take your vision to new heights … literally! When we're outdoors, we can get way up there with our HD drone camera. We can set up a studio location, including lighting and green screen in a snap. So we really like to do road gigs with our gear. And, boy do we like to use our stuff to tell a compelling story. We do it all: Planning, videography, scripting, audio and video editing, interviewing, voiceovers, online publishing. We can even do custom production music. We don't mess around with pricing. We're clear about our prices, we're fair to you, and we watch the budget.
We didn't invent the Internet – yeah, someone else did that. But we were really into it too, way back when. Pretty much been there, done that. And, we've evolved with HTML5. Content management systems? Yep, we know how much hackers love well-known ones like Wordpress and Joomla. So rolled our own, very custom and secure CMS. That, along with our own responsive, mobile-friendly design that doesn't need generic-looking, off-the-shelf templates. Tired of slideshows? How about a videoshow to bring your home page alive? Small business? We're on the same page with “small.” We're out there, with you.
OK, lots of people can lay out web pages, design graphics and post pictures, and set up a CMS. Some of our past (and current) projects involve some very tight MySQL database apps in both PHP and Cold Fusion. In between, we regularly jockey CSS and HTML5, at the code-level if we ever need to go there. Right-brain Creativity, meet Left-brain Administrator. If you can't do it with WordPress, Joomla or any other generic CMS, do talk to us.
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