The OnWired Story
In the beginning, Al Gore created the Internet. Websites were without form, and darkness was upon the face of the Web. And Al said, “Let there be HTML,” and there was HTML. And it was good.
In those dark days before Google, Facebook, Twitter, eBay, and Amazon, a few people began to learn this new form of hieroglyphics. They wove mystical symbols into a language and crafted a message that changed life as we know it:
As more and more people began to speak this strange new dialect, they unleashed their creativity upon an unsuspecting world and committed abominable monstrosities in the name of self–expression: they mixed presentation with content, nested tables within tables, and created meaningless
<div>’s as a passing fancy.
iViva La Revolución!
A few brave souls, armed with good taste and even better design sense, banded together into an elite team of operatives the likes of which the world had never seen. With CSS, Photoshop, and shiny new Apple computers as their weapons of choice, they embarked on a mission to right the design wrongs in the world and make the Internet a better place to be. This is their tale.
At the turn of the millennium, a crack design team was sentenced to life in a faceless corporation for a crime they didn’t commit. These men promptly escaped to the Raleigh/Durham underground. Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as a covert web design and development firm. If your website has a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire the OnWired team.
How We Roll
Wonder how the folks at OnWired do what they do? Curious to know how this elite team of web operatives creates masterpieces of pixel and code? Want to know what to expect if you decide to hire us? We’ve decided to give the world a glimpse into our classified, for–our–eyes–only processes and methodologies. Without further adieu, this is how we roll:
It goes without saying, but just in case: all code, content, words, images and skullduggery on this site is our exclusive copyright. We reserve all rights (yes, even that one).