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What We Do

Today’s world is connected. People are on their phones, computers and iPads more than ever and much of this time is spent reading about businesses. If you own a retail store, a restaurant, a home services business or anything in between – your customers will search for you online. Your website is the face that you provide to those customers, and may be the difference between winning or losing their business. We provide our clients with professional and reliable digital services, because when you succeed, we succeed.

Some Of Our Clients

We care about your business, and we are proud of the work we do for you. These three sites are a sampling of the three main types of services we provide. A website for a photographer, an e-commerce site for a major liquor distributor, and an app available on both iOS and Android with a custom web-based admin panel.

The Team

While hailing from different backgrounds, we both love the internet and love to code. We are thrilled to be doing web development in Toronto. We enjoy talking tech and are happy to meet clients anywhere in and around the city. If you aren’t in the Toronto area, send us an email and we’ll arrange an online meeting.

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Dan Green-Leipciger

Trampoline Digital co-founder Dan started writing code at age 15. Pre-Trampoline, he worked as a full stack developer on his startup WhatsDue and as a freelance WordPress developer.  Dan unwinds after a long day of programming by tending to his herb garden and cooking awesome chili.  He is a schmaltz evangelist.

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Eleanor Millman

Eleanor learned how to program while getting degrees in physics from Yale and Harvard. Before co-founding Trampoline Digital, she worked as a software and algorithm developer at BondIT, an Israeli financial services startup. Conforming to the usual nerd stereotypes, Eleanor loves playing Ultimate Frisbee, Settlers of Catan, and Set and riding her single-speed in Toronto.