10seconds Portfolio


Jim opened 10seconds in 1996, after leaving FPS. For its time, this dynamic website was cutting edge. All the graphic elements were animated using Flash and Shockwave, and it was built to load quickly in any browser. Staff programmers and designers could login to access the 10seconds intranet, where database driven project management software could be accessed by multiple users, so our web development team could telecommute and interact from anywhere.

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Toyota Racing Development

TRD USA is Toyota’s High Performance Racing Division, and creating their website was exciting and challenging. We working hand-in-hand with their marketing team to develop a web presencve worthy of Toyota’s reputation. It included a robust online store for parts, clothing and other branded merchandise. For the annual Pikes Peak Hill Climb, we were able to simulcast the drivers’ conversations so you could watch the race on television while listening to your favorite driver.

10seconds PortfolioCanon


Canon is known for their printers and peripherals, but in the late 90’s they began to develop and sell software for photo editing, desktop publishing, and utilities. Relying heavily on Canon branding elements, we created a website that allowed for software sales and downloads, registration and coordinating updates, and chat boards to communicate with tech support.

Go Trading

Go Trading

Go Trading was a busy office full of professional stock market traders in Santa Ana, CA. We built this website for day traders, providing customized stock analysis tools and a live market feed, providing users the ability to make educated decisions for buying and selling stock and stock options.


Wilderness Trail Bikes

WTB is a northern California-based company known for rugged, high performance mountain bikes, gear and accessories. This website allowed visitors to explore the WTB product line and purchase bikes, parts and merchandise, or find a local retail distributor. It also featured online customer support and a calendar of past and future events and races that WTB participated in.

Orange Coast Title

Orange Coast Title is the preeminent title insurance company in Southern California. This feature-rich website to benefit buyers, sellers, realtors and developers — the whole real estate community. In 1995, we built the first complete online title plant where all participants in a transaction could log in and track documents, applications and all elements of a property purchase from beginning to end. As a result, Jim was the keynote speaker for Title Tech 1995 in Las Vegas, NV where he discussed the emerging technologies that would revolutionize the real estate industry.

Fashion Horse

Fashion Horse

Fashion Horse designs and sells apparel and accessories to loving horse owners. This website was created to allow customers to choose virtual horse and try on all the decorative horse apparel and accessories before buying.


Homestead Recovery

One of our more recent additions, Homestead Recovery is a Georgia non-profit residence for women recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. Built completely in WordPress, this website outlines Homestead’s treatment program, presents slideshows of recent events and activities, and includes a Donation Campaign feature.

Ads on the Spot

Ads On The Spot

Ads On The Spot was built to provide online training and courseware for budding advertising professionals. Students were able to learn at their own speed and communicate with instructors.

Racing Beat

Racing Beat specializes in producing high performance after market parts for Mazdas. They are known for repatedly setting land speed records at the Boneville Salt Flats. We built them a robust online store that integtrated with their stockrooms and shipping department to automate and streamline theie online order and fulfillment process.

Whittier College

Whittier College Athletic Dept.

We built this website for Whittier College’s very popular Athletic Department in Southern California. Visitors could review team rosters and examine current specs and details about each player. There was also a schedule of upcoming games and visitors could purchase available tickets.



ClubNetLife was a southern California auction website where visitors could bid on products and services provided by merchants in their area. This database-riven website featured a live ticker showing current auctions, customer reviews, and merchant profiles and menus.