Canadian pharmacy sorry.

We're a small company with big talent. And that's the way we like it.

Seven's picture Seven

My bookshelf is full of books on human interaction, color theory, marketing and design. It is part of what gets results. It means a lot to me. Visual communication is present in every project.

I have worked with print & web, relying heavily on user interaction and experience. My favorite projects are ones where we're able to utilize our understanding of design and media to influence how people engage in products.

I've written for Freelance Switch and been interviewed for Communication Arts for an article on global freelancing. My goal for 2010 is to produce more work with a focus on advertising that can be showcased, by working less on non-disclosure work and more on public pieces.

My specialties are: photo retouching, composite imagery, user interaction, information architecture and strategy.

Joga's picture Jeremiah

I create code by hand and rigorously test it in different browsers. With 7 years of professional industry experience behind me, I take development seriously.

I am invested in the community and keep up with the latest technology. We are constantly learning and sharpening our skills by actively paying attention to conferences, podcasts, and social media from industry experts.

My philosophy is that ultimately, we should be creating things today that'll function well tomorrow.

I have extensive experience in coding javascript & xhtml(AJAX), php, html, xml, and css, actionscript(Flash).

I am proficient in these javascript frameworks: jquery, mootools, prototype /

  • Industrial Design
  • Making Bread (seriously, baking)
  • Crafting
  • The Internet
Favorite quote

We adore chaos because we love to produce order.

M. C. Escher

  • Code
  • Electronic Music
  • History
  • Art
  • Architecture
  • Design
  • Social Systems and structures
  • Data Visualizations
  • Microformatting Life
Favorite quote

You can't just ask customers what they want and then try to give that to them. By the time you get it built, they'll want something new.

Steve Jobs

Nice presentation on why my job is so awesome from Nate Koechley, a Yahoo! frontend engineer