Our Team

Amy Ebbeka


Like an air traffic controller, Amy is in charge of many tasks at any given moment in time. Between attending networking events, helping non-profits, responding to emails and coordinating projects, she is also keeping the entire staff on the correct path to complete their projects to her insanely high expectations. Clients love her. She’s easy-going, determined, honest, and full of an embarrassing amount of pop culture knowledge. She’s the main gear that keeps this machine ticking along as precise as a watch.

Bob Ebbeka


Bob had the crazy idea of leaving his design job and taking everything he knew to start the business 16 years ago. This proved to be a good decision—at least a better decision than his constant eating of cheese while being lactose intolerant. Not only is Bob the guy who keeps the business operating, he also handles the video and photography services. His desire to always be learning keeps him on the the forefront of new technology. Bob is also the guy in the office who can walk by a computer and instantly see a design element one pixel out of place. He is usually challenged on the matter but in the end, he is always right.

Cameron Christensen


Cameron is the guy in the office that keeps the place full of fun and laughter. If there is a punchline in the office, trust me, he is it. Combine the sarcastic attitude of a middle-schooler with the professionalism of a seasoned banker and mix it all together that’s Cameron. His desire to always be providing amazing customer service to our clients makes him a key player on our team.

John Klopping


Klopping, That’s what we call him, because saying the name “John” to get his attention only confuses him and the other John, so Klopping is it. Klopping has a few years experience under his belt as well as a whole bunch of rock climbing gear. Maybe that’s why his creative process is like watching someone climbing a daunting rock wall—methodically choosing each move to reach the top. Klopping executes it perfectly, with attention to every detail, every move, precise perfection… and that hair, oh. that beautiful hair. He is the root of jealousy for many early stage balding men in town.

Denon Feagin


Seeing him outside holding a sign, “will do graphic design for food”, we took him up on his offer. Right away we could tell he was worth far more than a hot dog, so we asked him to be part of the team. Denon (Den-in) is a graduate from the Graphic Design and Media Arts program at SCC and is originally from Columbus, Nebraska. When he is not downing his third cup of reheated coffee, he can be found re-watching The Office for the 50th time, or silently judging those who wear shorts in the winter. Which is ironic since his first client here is a clothing company that specializes in stylish summer looking winter wear.

Mindi Hufman

Project Manager

Mindi claims to be a lover of all music, coffee, and traveling the world, we are fine with all of that, except we are pretty sure that might include country music as well. She spent a few years in Nashville but recently returned to her home town of Lincoln and we are glad she did. When we heard she had some experience under her belt as a project manager we knew she would be perfect handling our internal processes as well as our internal marketing. Anytime outside of the regular work hours, Mindi can be found at a Husker game, running her own business or watching feel-good movies.

Mitch Benes


Mitch was born and raised right here in Lincoln, NE. As a child, you could find him engaging in whatever media he could find. Somewhere between building his own websites through Geocities and playing exorbitant amounts of Gameboy he found his real love of all things digital. A little more recently, he graduated from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln with a degree in Advertising and it was there he refined his sense of design. Since, he has accrued much more experience with digital things like app development to physical things like posters and book covers. Even now, you can find him building his own websites and still playing exorbitant amounts of video games.