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Technology: Passionate About Technology. Dispassionate About Tools.

  • Web Applications

    Consider it Done.

    You name it: small, medium or large scale; front end, middleware or back end; standalone, API’s or full integration. For over 4 generations of web technology, the Elliance team has cracked tough nuts of all sizes and flavors. We hire and nurture talent that writes poetic, standards-compliant, maintainable code.

  • Mobile Applications

    For On-the-go & Get-It-Done Generation

    Elliance team first helps you decide what flavor of app is right for you: native app, web app, responsive site, or HTML 5 app. Decision factors include user needs, marketing needs, budgetary constraints and functional specs. Then we simply build it using best practices for mobile design and user experience.

  • Social Applications

    People Centered World

    The web experiences are increasingly being built to have peers, friends and colleagues help each other. Soliciting and sharing opinions, stories, rankings, ratings and reviews creates social bonds in communities. Tapping into ready-made communities like Facebook, we build social applications that engage and go viral.

  • Content Management Systems

    Hot Spots & Brand Lockdown

    The Elliance CMS approach finds a balance between protecting the integrity of an enduring brand voice and the need of the prospects to receive fresh content. We typically lock down brand making portion of the website, while empowering content managers to update parts of the website that changes frequently.

Recent Blog Posts

  • Inspiration Hunting

    July 11, 2017

    The web is full of designs and patterns, both good and bad, new and old. At times it all starts to blur together and the sites start resembling one another. Periodically I like to see what else is out there, … Continue reading

  • Slate’s Hero

    February 16, 2017

    In December of 2016, Slate.com started testing a new article site design. One of their designers Jason Santa Maria tweeted their test page, along with a  blog post introducing the new design approach. The new layout was sleek and simple, … Continue reading

  • Migration or migraine? It’s your choice.

    February 01, 2017

    Anyone who has ever suffered through a migraine knows the symptoms: headache, distorted vision, irritability, dizziness, nausea, etc. Anyone who has ever gone through a website content migration has probably experienced some of these same symptoms. Whether we all like … Continue reading

  • Can websites be engines for prosperity?

    December 22, 2016

    In our 20+ year history of building websites, almost all our clients were initially skeptical about the return on investment from a website redesign; they underestimated the impact the new website would have on their business. After a year or … Continue reading

  • Going off the grid.

    November 29, 2016

    My last blog post I wrote about the future of web grids by using CSS Grid Layouts. Recently I have been finding a lot of inspiration off of the grid. Finding a way to incorporate some more organic or random … Continue reading