We help clients create websites that match their needs and their style.
With the increase dependency on the internet for research, your web design is basically an online resume. As a business this is generally the first thing your potential client looks at. We work hand in hand with our clients to create a fully responsive website that fits their look and feel. Here is our portfolio:
The PFC Iron Mike Foundation was started to honor fallen marine PFC Michael Giannattasio. They needed to create an online web presence where they could share their story, accept donations, and let people know what events they would be attending. To visit the site, go...read more
Cedrick Middleton is a sports trainer, basketball skills developer, personal trainer, boxer, and conditioner. He wanted a site that was simple, but showcased his business well, and integrated with his social media pages. We helped him do that. To visit the site, go...read more
Martin Bourdeau specializes in his unique style of art - "Paint Sculptures," which he defines as "the art of using paint as a medium to bring color, texture and depth to a work of art." JDB Technology helped him showcase his amazing work on a website as unique as his...read more
Edward Andrews International is a Master Distributor of Kitagawa and Samchully chucks, actuators, and cylinders, and an authorized distributor for many other quality tool and workholding products. Founded in 1945, Edward Andrews International has grown from a small...read more
Pinnacle Machine Tool Inc. has been in the business of providing CNC equipment solutions to customers for over 50 years. JDB Technology helped to create a website that will help them continue reaching customers and providing their expert support and services, while...read more
Attica Automation Inc. is an industrial automation and machine builder. They specialize in high speed inspection and assembly equipment. JDB Technology helped them create a website with video headers, product information, and social media integration. The site not...read more