Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Telephone: +1 902 892-2556
President: Peter Rukavina
Hi there, we’re Reinvented!
We work in the “engine room” of the Internet, designing, constructing and maintaining web systems. You might
hire a “web developer” or “web designer” to make a website for you; you hire us when you
want to manage and organize large amounts of information, operate mission-critical systems that scale to handle large amounts of
traffic, sell things online, or integrate existing systems with the web.
We have a broad skillset — visual design, systems design, programming, communications — and more than 20 years of Internet and web experience.
We bring a creative, improvisational flair to our work that allows us to develop novel approaches to solving complex problems.
We’re good at building systems, and we’re good at ferreting out requirements and clearly communicating solutions. We
know how to listen to your needs and develop accordingly, but we’ll also jump in and tell you when we think you’re
headed in the wrong direction.
We’ve been here since the beginning...
We’ve been working online since 1994. Our first web projects were among the first in the world, and we’ve continued to
work at the forefront of Internet and web technologies.
Because our practice took root in an era that saw the Internet as a non-commercial tool for organizing and publishing information, we prefer work
that is useful, substantial and empowering over purely commercial or marketing endeavours.
In other words, we like to build useful tools.
Some things we’ve done...
- More than 15 years of work with The Old Farmer’s Almanac, building tools
to deliver information about the weather, the sun, the Moon, and the stars.
- Five Provincial General Elections working with Elections Prince Edward Island building
mission-critical systems that power the Register of Electors and the gathering and distribution of election results.
- Eight years spent building the website of the Government of Prince Edward Island, from
its inception in 1995 as a tourism information tool through to its development as a complete guide to the Government and its
programs and services.
- Building and maintaining small, useful, local websites for businesses like City Cinema
and Casa Mia Café.
- Volunteer information advocacy projects like an online bus schedule and a a
tool to search corporate data and a multilingual home and school website.
- Longtime involvement in the open source software community both as a user of and advocate for open source tools (Apache, PHP, MySQL, Drupal)
and as a contributor of open source code to the community.