This new research is part of a series of reports identifying top web designers, digital agencies, and mobile application developers in major US cities
WASHINGTON, June 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Today SourcingLine published new research on leading digital design and development firms in the greater Portland and Seattle region.
The Web design category highlights firms focused on Web design, Web development, and/or Ecommerce development. The Portland and Seattle leaders in Web design and development are as follows: Copious, Quick Left, FINE, Montana Banana Web Development, Fuse IQ, Illusio Design, Burnside Digital, Aha Consulting, JV Media Design, and 8ninths.
The Portland and Seattle leaders in mobile app development are as follows: Ratio, Burnside Digital, Developmentnow, Quick Left, Pugetworks, and 8ninths.
Analysts reached out to firms with a proven track record of successful projects for both local clients and leading global brands. Their findings are based on a number of factors including proven experience, positive client reviews, and market presence. Companion directories were also published, which provide buyers with filtering tools to identify service providers that best meet their needs.
"The Pacific Northwest is clearly a hub for talent," stated Natalie Beach, Analyst at SourcingLine. "There is a nice range of firms here, from those with a knack for helping small to midmarket businesses grow to high-end enterprise solution partners."
SourcingLine's effort to identify leading design and development companies is ongoing, and the firm encourages companies to apply to participate in future research updates. Upcoming publications will highlight key players in San Francisco, Texas, and Miami.
The full reports and directories can be found at:
SourcingLine is a Washington, DC-based research firm focused on IT services markets. We provide independent, quantitative analysis on leading services firms to support procurement decisions in small, medium and large enterprises. Our services research leverages a proprietary framework, the Leaders Matrix, which maps firms' focus areas and their ability to deliver on client expectations.