our mission statement

Clients first, everything else is second.

We are a multi-faceted full-service media firm; that’s the short and simple. We are a leading provider of custom website designs, e-commerce, and CMS solutions. Mixed Media is a creative firm specializing in innovative and inspiring graphic design, SEO-smart web development and marketing solutions designed to expand your brand. Whether you are a start-up business or a large corporation, our professional firm can provide you with the tools to turn your future endeavors into a reality.

One of the main reasons Mixed Media stands apart from its competitors is its ability, not only to create the most impressive front-end visuals and designs, but to build the most intrinsic back-end website infrastructures in the industry. With our award-winning content management system, "Ark CMS," we can make your website do what you want it do--and then make it do what you haven’t even dreamed of yet.

Headquartered in the progressive hub of Orange County, California, we experience firsthand the challenges of a constantly evolving and competitive marketplace. Immersed in this environment, we are inspired to make the familiar new to set your brand apart from the norm by integrating traditional and emerging multi-media applications. 

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Looking for Developers?

Name: Geeklist Quick Pitch: Geeklist is a community for geeks and developers. Genius Idea: A place for geeks to share their accomplishments and connect with great companies and other developers. While Christian Sanz worked at startups, he realized that there was a need for an effective way to recruit developers for jobs at top companies. “The only ways for developers to connect with companies were through recruiters and résumés,” Sanz toldMashabl...

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Name: Geeklist

Quick Pitch: Geeklist is a community for geeks and developers.

Genius Idea: A place for geeks to share their accomplishments and connect with great companies and other developers.


While Christian Sanz worked at startups, he realized that there was a need for an effective way to recruit developers for jobs at top companies.

“The only ways for developers to connect with companies were through recruiters and résumés,” Sanz toldMashable. “I wanted to create a place where developers could share their accomplishments, their ideas and everything they did that is critical for hiring.”

So he and his friend, Reuben Katz, developed Geeklist – a social online community for geeks to share their accomplishments, connect with companies and join geek communities based on their interests and expertise.

By connecting to Geeklist using a FacebookTwitter or email account, developers can create profiles that include information about themselves, such as their interests, knowledge, areas of expertise, what technology they use, etc. They can also create “achievement cards” with short descriptions of their accomplishments.

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Launched our new printing website!

Just launched MixedPrint.com and people are loving it, easy to use and thousdands of products. For all our legacy customers please call in for a special 20% off coupon code to use on the site. Its been in development for a long time and it shows, one of the most extensive printing sites you will find on the internet and growing every day. Please visit and order your print work today!

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Just launched MixedPrint.com and people are loving it, easy to use and thousdands of products. For all our legacy customers please call in for a special 20% off coupon code to use on the site. Its been in development for a long time and it shows, one of the most extensive printing sites you will find on the internet and growing every day. Please visit and order your print work today!

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#1 Rated on bestwebdesignpractices.com!

http://bestwebdesignpractices.com/top-design-firms/ Recognized by some of our loyal clients as BEST OVERALL web design company! Thanks Guys!

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http://bestwebdesignpractices.com/top-design-firms/

Recognized by some of our loyal clients as BEST OVERALL web design company!

Thanks Guys!

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Which Browser Dominated?

Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) was the most popular Web browser during the month of June, nabbing more than 50 percent of the market, according to new data from Net Applications. StatCounter, however, once again gave Google's Chrome the June browser crown.   IE came out on top last month with 54 percent, though its share of the desktop browser market has declined in recent years. A year ago the popular browser grabbed 56.7 percent, and back in 2007 it held nearly 80 percent. Comi...

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Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) was the most popular Web browser during the month of June, nabbing more than 50 percent of the market, according to new data from Net Applications.

StatCounter, however, once again gave Google's Chrome the June browser crown.

 

IE came out on top last month with 54 percent, though its share of the desktop browser market has declined in recent years. A year ago the popular browser grabbed 56.7 percent, and back in 2007 it held nearly 80 percent.

Coming in second during June was Mozilla's Firefox, though the popular open-source browser has also lost market share recently, according to Net Applications. Firefox last month took 20 percent share, down from 23 percent a year ago, and 25 percent in April 2010.

 

Right behind Firefox, Google Chrome came in third during June, with 19 percent of the market, Net Applications reported. Chrome looks to be giving IE and Firefox a run for its money, as its share has been ratcheting up since its debut in 2008. Chrome captured 10 percent of the market by the end of 2010 and 13 percent in June 2011.

 

Apple's Safari came in fourth during June with nearly 5 percent share, followed by Opera with almost 2 percent.

 

However, Irish metric company StatCounter reported drastically different browser market numbers for June, just like it did last for May. According to StatCounter, Chrome actually came out on top during June, with nearly 33 percent of the market, followed by IE at 32 percent, and Firefox at 25 percent.

 

The vast difference in the numbers from Net Applications and StatCounter are primarily due to the use of unique visitors instead of page views, Net Applications spokesman Vince Vizzaccaro told PCMag.com last month. He indicated that country-level weighting is likely the biggest factor, adding that IE has a very strong market share in the U.S. and China, which carry the largest bases of Internet users.

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