Website + Hosting: MathIsMe

A retired schoolteacher decided to open a math tutoring center a few doors down from our office in the spring of 2017. She started off with a website built and hosted by AT&T, but she soon realized that she needed something that looked more professional and that was easier to edit. After thinking about it Read more about Website + Hosting: MathIsMe[…]

Website: Carol Burke Photography

In 2007, exotic photographer Carol Burke approached a local web developer with a tall order: “Take my half-finished graphically-heavy site that another developer gave up on, and complete it.” Said developer asked us to implement it on his behalf. This normally wouldn’t have been a tall order, but her requirements were very unique. As a Read more about Website: Carol Burke Photography[…]

Logo Refresh: ReQuest Capital

In 2007, a local web developer approached us with a project that needed to start with a logo redesign. The client wanted something that looked similar but more modern. Unfortunately, the client’s original logo has been lost (along with their business – now defunct), but you can see our redesign here.

Web App: BudgetByte

BudgetByte was a mobile-optimized website that helped you get full on fast food as cheaply as possible. It was born from a 24-hour hackathon at Texas A&M University in October of 2014 with TeamAptitude and two other team members which were recruited at the event. Being that we had trouble finding an API for calorie Read more about Web App: BudgetByte[…]

Web App: TxtGrnade

TxtGrnade was a website launched in July of 2011 by Magan Tyler and Paul Henry. It allowed you to “bomb” any U.S. cell phone number with a barrage of text messages containing a custom message. It was created over the course of a 36-hour-long coding marathon, and it received over 200 hits the night after Read more about Web App: TxtGrnade[…]

Social Network: SwiftSharing

SwiftSharing was a social network website that ran from January to September of 2011. It was founded by high-school students Magan Tyler, Alaxic Smith, and Paul Henry. By the end of its run, it had amassed over 8,200 active members and over 10,000 total registrations, and Magan had taken over the CEO duties. On May Read more about Social Network: SwiftSharing[…]