Why We Developed This

One of the things we’ve noticed in the church is that there are a lot of congregations that want to utilize technology, but don’t have staff or volunteers with quite enough time, experience or technical knowledge, and don’t have the resources or the desire to hire a full-time media guy.

Developed specifically for churches, by guys who grew up working in them.

 

Often, these churches end up having to settle for sub-par web, screen and print design, because they feel like they don’t really have any other options–they just have to work with what they’ve got.

 

Well, we’re here to provide an alternative.

 

After seeing this time and time again, we decided that we wanted to design a technology management package specifically for churches. We want your church’s website to work on every device, to be interactive, to be up to date, and be optimized for search engines like Google and Bing. We want your sermons to be up by Tuesday every week, and transcribed verbatim. We want your podcast to be up and running. We want your all-around branding to be consistent and clean. We want your bulletins, letterhead, business cards, brochures, and flyers to all be professional and consistent every week.

 

And we have the experience and technical knowledge to help you make it happen. You don’t need to hire an expensive, full-time media guy to get professional and ongoing, web, screen and print support.

Nate Smith

Lead Developer and CEO

I am a web developer and designer, as well as a husband and father. I grew up in the Boston, MA area and will forever be a Bostonian. I'm passionate about building sites that look great, are easy to navigate, and that work really well on all devices. The languages I work with most are PHP and MySQL, Javascript, HTML5, and CSS--but I also have experience with Ruby, Linux and ASP. The applications I use on a regular basis are Adobe CC, Sublime Text, and PHPStorm.

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