For more than a decade, DigaWorks, a San Diego Web Design interactive firm, has created interactive online solutions for companies and organizations nationwide, producing a myriad of projects from custom Internet application development to strategic online marketing campaigns. Our goal is to provide our clients with a balanced online/offline approach to their marketing efforts – while guiding them along the Internet path so they can maximize an online presence that meets their individual needs.
Leveraging our talented staff of web designers and developers, our websites and other online projects match the robust features and functionality contained in today’s most popular websites, using such tools as social-networking, web 2.0, HD video, custom application development, AJAX development, and more. We then take the extra step to work with our clients, assisting them in integrating these online technologies with their businesses to help accomplish their individual goals. Some of our more prominent projects include working with the University of California San Diego, MTV producer/director Rico Martinez (Road Rules, Viva La Bam), the Department of Defense (Army, Navy, Air Force), In Your Kitchen all-video cooking site, along with other medical, real estate, and retail sites.
Our primary services consist of web design and development, custom application development, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), online marketing campaigns, Flash development, web traffic analysis, website maintenance, and more.
"We have a very talented creative team in our San Diego office that is balanced by a strong technical expertise," states John Paoletto, Partner and Chief Creative Officer of DigaWorks, San Diego Web Design. “We develop sites that are functional and tailored to meet the client's needs. We take into consideration the client's target audience and individual needs and develop a web design solution – both from a creative and technical standpoint – that makes sense for them. In the end, our projects are a reflection of us and our clients, all striving to push the creative and technical boundaries."