Below, you will find samples of our design and development work. Not every project is listed, so get in touch if you want to see specific types of work. We’re happy to oblige.

We all take online shopping for granted, but e-commerce is a complex, intricate, and demanding business.

eCommerceFuel exists to demystify selling on the internet through a carefully curated community where members share their expertise and help other store owners grow their businesses.

Tomodomo worked with eCommerceFuel on a complete redesign of their core Vanilla Forums installation, and developed a new set of directories that made it possible for users to review and discover e-commerce related software and service providers, and find members with specific skills and experiences.

"Appreciate all the work and effort. I think it's going to be great."

— Andrew Youderian, Founder

For over one thousand location-independent entrepreneurs, the Dynamite Circle is the first site they visit in the morning and the last site they visit at night.

It’s easy to understand why: the Dynamite Circle (or DC) is packed with advice, case studies, and resources for travelling business owners. It also makes it easy for members to network in whatever city they might find themselves in at the moment.

Tomodomo was responsible for the design and implementation of a Vanilla Forums theme for the DC that modernised and simplified its functionality.

"We have really enjoyed working with you and your team. You guys have been awesome to work with from start to finish."

— Jessica Malnik, Community Manager

If the name “Peter Shankman” rings a bell to you, it may be because of his frequent media appearances. Or you may have seen his yearly campaign to help folks in need travel to family during the holidays.

When he isn’t busy on the air or giving back, Peter is a public relations wizard and event speaker, and the founder of Shankminds: a mastermind community where Peter and a group of devoted professionals swap business strategies, resources, and lifehacks.

Shankman and Tomodomo collaborated on an early prototype of the Shankminds community, using the bbPress platform, before it shifted into a private Facebook group.

"Loving what I'm seeing. Very happy."

— Peter Shankman