Archives For Development

Giant Impact

October 8, 2012

Website Development for  Built on ExpressionEngine CMS – dynamic homepage content with javascript parallax scrolling.



Presenting the Beltine Bike Shop – a great non-profit that builds community in downtown Atlanta neighborhoods with an innovative model of helping kids earn donated bikes through services.  As part of Matchstic’s “On the House” project for 2011, we helped develop the new website platform for the bike shop that manages organization info, map locations, support options and blog post.



We are also excited to announce the launch of the app “Bike Shop”, a joint project between Hybrid, Matchstic, and Highgroove Studios.

Campus Outreach

April 2, 2012

Campus Outreach

Another great Hybrid / Matchstic collaboration. The CO Birmingham site to launch soon on the same ExpressionEngine MSM platform!

H&A Consulting

January 5, 2012

Website development project in collaboration with Matchstic.  Custom job board created with ExpressionEngine CMS and backbone.js – live-type searching and tag indexing for related jobs.



5 Websites / 5 Weeks

December 29, 2011

Time for a much overdue update! First – big changes coming for Hybrid Design in 2012 – new office, new branding, new staff – we’ll be posting updates in the following weeks to give you a sneak peak of what we’re up to.

Second – I’m really proud of our team for the end of the year effort we made getting 5 websites launched over a period of 5 weeks! Check them out below. Thanks to our design partners Matchstic, Fivestone, and Basic for all the great work in 2011 – looking forward to next year!

Cultivate Wines

Matchbook Learning

Callis Communications


Bethany Christian Services –

The John Maxwell Co.

May 26, 2011

Kudos to the incredible design and branding work by Matchstic for the recently launched “The John Maxwell Co.” We were excited to be a part of the development team, helping to create a dead-simple CMS framework for simple updates to a robust and content heavy website. We also handled all of the front-end development, using a few new tricks to achieve some interactive, “mobile-friendly” results.