Earlier this month, Taoti was among fourteen firms Clutch named in its new report on the top Washington DC and Baltimore web developers. Their research leverages the proprietary Leaders Matrix methodology, which maps each firm’s focus in different types of web development against their ability to deliver reliably on client expectations.
Washington DC digital strategy and design agency, Taoti Creative, Ranks No. 2199 on the 2016 Inc. 5000 with Three-Year Sales Growth of 167%.
NEW YORK, September 1, 2016
Inc. magazine ranked Taoti Creative NO. 2199 on its 35th annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment— its independent small businesses. This honor comes at the same time that Taoti wraps construction on its new office space in the historic Eastern Market area of Capitol Hill and celebrates its 20-year anniversary.
Goodbye Dupont Circle, We’ll Miss You (Chickery)
Taoti Creative is 20 years old, and we’re finally moving into our own place. We’ve renovated a row house in Capitol Hill, making us the first dedicated web development shop in the area.
The countdown is on — only one more week until Drupal GovCon returns to NIH!
Drupal GovCon is a three-day Drupal conference held at the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. The conference is geared towards anyone interested in learning the ins-and-outs of Drupal and connecting with the Drupal community.
Back in March of this year, we were pleased to launch the brand new website for Loudoun Water.
We’re thrilled to announce that the Loudoun Water website redesign has won an Omni Gold Award.
The Omni Awards recognize outstanding achievements in film/video, web and mobile media. Entries are submitted from all 50 States in the U.S., and over 47 countries. The loudounwater.org website redesign won web award recognition in the Government category.
Check out the world class work here. Another big congrats to the entire Loudoun Water project team!
Every spring, anticipation builds in the Drupal community. DrupalCon — the official conference for the Drupal community to participate in learning sessions, talks, code sprints, and social events — is around the corner. While several “Cons” are held internationally, this marked my first experience at the event, held this year in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Kicking-off sessions was Drupal’s founder and Acquia CTO, Dries Buytaert. The opening keynote was well-attended and furiously tweeted with the affectionate #DriesNote as excited developers, product owners, and sellers-of-open-source anxiously awaited Dries’ SOD (state of Drupal) speech.
After three very helpful, informative, conceptual and practical days of sessions at NTEN’s NTC, my final day was more refreshing and clarifying than I had expected. I chose well, in attending these two sessions.
An exploration of human-centered design
The first, My Dad and Other Real People Designed Our Online Strategy was led by Trista Kendall of the newly rebranded Stand.earth and Danielle Siembieda of Leonardo/ISAST
The session was an exercise in questions, essentially. We talked about who to ask questions of, what questions to ask, and how to make sure you’re asking the right questions. This was all based on their experience leveraging IDEO’s Field Guide to Human-Centered Design to help with their redesign.