Thomas Martineau is the CTO and Co-Founder at Mydoma Studio.
We design, build, and promote digital experiences that help strengthen brands and grow businesses. We began in late 1997 when our two founders took on their first job creating a website for a small local firm. 20 years later, the same two founders remain and have overseen more than a thousand website and application development projects. Over the past two decades, our company has evolved in order to meet the expanding needs of our clients. As internet development has experienced significant changes since companies first started using the web for commercial purposes, we have embraced these changes and used them to broaden our skill set and creativity. MARSWorks is now an digital agency comprised of talented designers and developers who share a passion for designing innovative solutions to help businesses and organizations grow. Our team is always willing to learn new skills and use advancements in technology to provide clients with exceptional results. We work collaboratively and learn from each other to ensure we create the ideal design for your company. From simple websites to complex applications, we treat each project as a new challenge, and attempt to create unique systems that build on the expertise and knowledge we’ve gained from nearly two decades of online and multimedia development experience. We are proud to be a Google Partner and have achieved certification in Google AdWords, Google Analytics, and Google Mobile Sites.
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