Web and Data Metamorphosis

We will transform your complex ideas into simple custom web solutions for data collection, management, sharing, and visualization.

About Us

We are a small team with more than twenty years of experience building websites and databases that suit a client's unique needs. Starting with requirements gathering, we handle everything personally: server administration, programming, development, database administration, data migration, user interfaces, content workflow.

Our partners and clients are a diverse bunch. We have worked with universities, federal agencies, academic scientists, and business owners on a variety of projects. We are technical people who can speak in simple terms, and we really enjoy collaborating on data rich projects. We have expertise with:

    building online tools for data collection and dissemination
    importing data from XLS and CSV files into web-enabled databases
    visualizing datasets via maps, graphs, and custom reports
    designing project and lab websites for science outreach
    creating user-friendly systems for website content management

We help people get exactly what they want...when they didn’t even know what they wanted at the outset. We call our work "web and data metamorphosis" because ideas, technical problems, messy data, and other challenges are transformed into something beautiful. Let us help you on your next project!


Butterflies and Moths of North America (BAMONA) is a citizen science project. The site collects, stores, and shares species information and occurrence data.

PollardBase is a data entry and management system for butterfly monitoring programs that follow complimentary protocols.

MonarchNet is a public website providing access to information about monarch monitoring programs, program data, and data visualization tools.

The Pheno Mismatch site describes collaborative research funded by the National Science Foundation to examine phenological mismatch across three trophic levels.

The Children's Butterfly Site is a kid-friendly resource that includes coloring pages, photographs, and answers to frequently asked questions.

Scientists at the Ries Lab study large-scale patterns of insect distribution and phenology, using data from laboratory experiments and species monitoring.


We are currently looking for new projects.