Matt's favorite things are big blank screens. Tons of options, there. If you need Wordpress or React work, you're in luck. He spent half of his childhood on stage and the other half programming his Commodore 64 to make beeping sounds that approximated the theme song to"The Greatest American Hero". This means that he speaks nerd-to-English good, and with a dramatic flair.
Seriously, Evan only reads comics. He doesn't have anything against books, he just loves comics is all. I mean, they have PICTURES. Duh. He likes things to be built right, look right, be right. He tries his best to make sure those things get done. Sometimes he plays drums too.
When we come upon projects that require some extra brains and muscle, we call in the big guns of social media wizardry and full stack development...um, wizardry.
She's heard it all her life: You're at a 10. I need you at a 4. Volume isn't always welcome. Unless we're talking sales volume. Lead volume. Volume of likes, comments, shares, and followers. Though her career started in sales, Alison transitioned to marketing nearly a decade ago. She's positive she was born to work in this magical place where inside-voices don't matter and willingness to demand attention is a good trait.
Randy has 20 years of CTO and hands-on development roles - experience with full-stack coding, and classroom teaching. His leadership skills are as honed as his dev kung fu (which is to say he's ninja-level. Ok, we're mixing martial arts here, but you know what we mean). In addition to not giving a hoot, he's been known to not give a toot.