We are passionate professionals who are committed to creating innovative and elegant solutions.
We transform brands through an unmatched partnership of humanity, design, and technology.
We are headquartered in the beautiful tech mecca of Boulder, CO at the foot of the Rocky Mountains.
In the interactive space, I'm a salty-old sea captain at this point. I began building sites in '93 on Prodigy for Rage Against the Machine fans to trade bootleg concert tapes. Those were the things before CDs, you know, before MP3s. I've been in this long enough to know what a BBS is, when 14.4 kbps was a serious speed upgrade, and how amazing animated GIFs were when they arrived on the scene.
I'm wickedly passionate for well-designed and functional software and physical products. (Aren't we all?) A Swiss Army knife; knowledgeable and curious about most things; expert in just a few areas. Technology innovation and sharing with the community are my two drugs I can't get enough of. You'll often find me listening to Audible audiobooks, watching TED conferences or attending community gatherings in my beloved town of Boulder, Colorado.
My whole life I've sought continued improvement of self and I have attempted to find balance in life between work, family, self-interest, friends and community service. Thus far, I haven't found the answer, but I'm still working at it.
Check my Twitter feed for whatever random topic I'm currently immersed in.
The summer before sixth grade, I saved up enough money to buy my first computer: a Tandy PC-6. With only 8 KB of RAM and a black and white 24 character screen, I created complex adventures and action games with my fellow friends on the small system.
Throughout the years on this planet, I have consistently surrounded myself with technology from cameras to computers. With this knowledge, I've created many complex websites and internet applications; fitting them with technology to provide the best experience in this digital age.
With my love of technology comes a love of science fiction. Some would consider me a trekkie (thank you db), mstie, scapers, gater, browncoat, ender, and whovian to name a few. There are times where I can leave the world of technology and enjoy nature. And there are even rarer occasions I've been known to outsmart a fish.
After founding, growing and then selling a successful agency I was ready to take on another challenge, and that challenge turned out to be Imulus. I’m an entrepreneur and tech nerd at heart, as well as a sucker for passion and creativity. Imulus was a natural fit.
We’re selective of the projects we work on, so I help identify clients that are a good match for the team. (Read: people committed to what they are doing, and can keep up with the crazy creative energy at this place.) I love working around people with so much talent; it consistently brings me up a few notches.
On the off-chance you catch me not working, you are likely to find me cooking, volunteering with startups, snowboarding, playing video games, or geeking out at a tech conference. And… I’ll read anything business or fiction that I can get my hands on.
Hi, my name is Alex, and I have "OCD" (tendencies). From my obsession with office supplies (take me to the Container Store at your own risk!), to a color-coded wardrobe, and near-constant list-making, I’ve always loved being über-organized.
After growing up in Denver, going to school in DC, and then working in New York and London, I recently relocated back to the Rockies. While I’ve been away, I’ve delivered a diverse set of digital programs with some awesome teams spanning website, mobile and social development projects. I’ve had the opportunity to work with some of the most challenging brands out there—including Target, Samsung, Unilever, TUI and RBS/Coutts—all of which have pushed my boundaries and built my passion for delivering user-led, award-winning, market-breaking products.
The line between my work and personal life is often blurry, but when I can pull myself away from the grindstone, you can find me inhaling avocados, spending time with my partner and puppy, building the best-running Sim City you could possibly imagine, and dreaming about building my own self-running digital home.
I’m one of those weird, ambi-brained hybrids that can’t seem to decide whether I ought to be designing UIs or developing them. As a result, I do both. Constantly. Except when I’m taking a break for family time, reading, or writing.
I studied political science at FSU but ended up falling back on my artistic hobbies after graduating. Having the misfortune of being self-taught in everything I do in my career, I worked exclusively with GNU software for quite some time before realizing the need to "go legit". I did finally "procure" a copy of Creative Suite 4, however, and set off to join the ranks of professional designers.
I had my first taste of programming at the age of 12 when a friend of mine showed me this thing on his computer called QBasic. At the time I found the idea only mildly interesting. After that, I didn’t touch another line of code until, as a 21 year old, aspiring rock star, I decided that my band was in need of an awesomely customized mySpace page. So I set out to teach myself HTML and CSS. A few slaps in the face from browser compatibility issues later, I landed my first web-design job.