I would like to talk with a local company with java and html5 programmers for a project that I'm thinking about. Obviously, it's Web-based, mobile, etc.
As most of you know, I work for the local newspaper. The Blade now has iPad, IPhone, eBlade and Android apps. Of course, toledoblade.com is ours, as well.
I am most interested in talking with a company, so this isn't about jobs at The Blade or any other BCI properties.
If I have to stretch "local" to include the Ann Arbor area, then I might be able to live with that.
Thanks for any ideas, or leads!
paulhem [at] toledoblade.com
Curious as to what the end project is vs. how you want to get there? There is more than one way to skin a cat.
"There is more than one way to skin a cat."
You are correct. However, we would prefer to discuss those details with a - preferably - local firm who might be interested.
I would recommend a few digital agencies that are local to Toledo:
All of the above are great local agencies in the Downtown/Uptown area of Toledo except for Spoke (I think they are in Sylvania) and Form+Function (Perrysburg). You should have gone to one of these a long time ago.
The Blade would have known about toledolen's first 3 as they are popular agencies. I am not impressed with spokehg (their own site has issues on alignment) and formandfx I have never heard of. I have heard and seen good and bad with webcasters. Hart Associates would be another good agency as well as Breakaway Advertising (although they do work for Toledo Free Press so there might be a conflict of interest.
Hey Thanks, toledolen_, tm2 and Molsonator!
I'll start looking into them.
Don't forget Hanson. http://hansoninc.com/
who are the people behind northdesign?
Please forget Hanson...two very bad experiences.
Mad House is great...
Webcaster's SEO knowledge is A+, haven't used their design.
North is big internationaly with designs for the Olympics and other large events. Not sure of their Web abilities but design wise they are talented as hell. Mad House does great video and has a lot of talent - but again not sure of web capabilities. I thought Hanson was out of biz but i guess not.