Owner & President
Sets strategic goals and long-term direction. Takes a forward-thinking, best practices approach to service. Provides strategic oversight of all client projects.
Since 1991, Todd Coopee has been as an analyst, architect, developer, and project manager of technology, web and mobile communication tools. He has led the strategy, design, development, and implementation of hundreds of websites, web and mobile applications.
In 1999, Todd was a founder and managing partner at Industrial Media, a web development firm in Ottawa. There, he led the successful development and implementation of more than 300 websites, new media projects and digital communication strategies.
In 2008, he founded Studio 91 to refocus on providing web communication services to associations, not-for-profit organizations, and small businesses. His focus is providing solid strategic advice to business owners and senior managers in the areas of web and mobile communications, best practices, future trends, leveraging new media opportunities, and maximizing online audience engagement.
Todd is a regular contributor to various computer trade publications and often provides his expertise as a guest speaker at private and industry events. Over the years, he has published more than 50 technology overviews and product reviews for in a variety of trade publications in the United States and Canada.
Todd routinely volunteers his time helping small non-profits & NGOs establish and maintain their online presence. He has won a number of awards for his business accomplishments, professional expertise and technological acumen. He is a recipient of the Ottawa Business Journal’s Forty Under 40 business award. He holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and obtained a BSc. in Computer Science, with honours, from Trinity College.
Interprets needs and goals into user-focused designs. Branding expert. Print production guru. Strikes an elegant balance between creativity and usability.
A web and graphic designer since 1991, Denis has led graphic production and creative teams, designed and launched new brand identities; websites; user interfaces; point-of-purchase displays; tradeshow booths and materials; as well as corporate, marketing, and sales collateral. As a photographer, he also provides clients with “custom stock” photography for use in their websites and publications.
Denis has been working in the print and design industry for more than 20 years and he is known in the region for his technical skills. He helped to establish one of the first direct-to-plate publications in North America, and is sought after as a pre-press workflow trouble-shooter in the Ottawa region. He quickly built a niche in training others on new technologies and pushing the limits of print design.
Denis has worked in a variety of contexts—including as an independent consultant, in creative agencies, and in private business—which makes him flexible in his work and ability to serve clients.
He received a Diploma in Fine Arts from Heritage College and a certificate in Professional Photography from the Dawson Institute of Photography. He serves clients in both English and French.