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Let’s Get Small: When to Build a Microsite

Contrary to what you may have heard, a microsite is not a web site that uses tiny images and tiny text. Nor is it a site built by elves or horse jockeys. Many companies utilize microsites to boost brand presence online. A microsite is basically a smaller website that aims to promote or explain a […]

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Wednesday Workshops: Gather ‘round and geek out

At AirTight Design, we have the reputation of being one of the most technically advanced web development companies in the Southeast. One of the ways we maintain this standing is with our Wednesday Workshops. At our workshops, one AirTight employee gives a presentation to the rest of the team about an emerging technology that could […]

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Geekz in the Hood: A Look at Old Fourth Ward

  AirTight’s location of Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward could not be better. We’re adjacent to new Atlanta hotspots such as the Beltline, the Krog Street Market, as well as a connection to the past with the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic site. It’s safe to say there is no shortage of things to do […]

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Frontend Wall Art

Ben Kimbrel is one of our front-end developers, but he enjoys illustration as a hobby. When we were searching for artwork to decorate the office, Ben offered his services and made three wall murals to grace the developers as they work. Enjoy!        

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Office Art

You may think that our staff’s talents are solely limited to designing and building kick-ass websites. Oh boy, you couldn’t be further from the truth. We’ve climbed mountains, created virtual worlds, and delivered conjoined twins*. And that was just yesterday. We bring this intensity and creative spirit to work and make it work for you. […]

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ATD Goes Rock Climbing

Here at Airtight Design, we make sure to work hard and play hard. Today the staff adventured to Candler Park with lunch at Radial Café and then rock climbing at Wall Crawlers. In particular, Nicole, Will, and Jack were quick learners. Miraculously, no staff member suffered head trauma or other bodily harm. A good time […]

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