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Intuitive Company: web design firm leaves suburbs to open up shop in Manayunk [PHOTOS]

After three years in Bala Cynwyd, web design shop Intuitive Company needed a change. The team wanted a bigger space to accommodate its growth, a place with a city feel and lots of character, and of course, it had to be affordable. Enter: Manayunk. Now, it’s not the most obvious place for a web design […]

Inside Intuitive Company's new office. Photo courtesy of Inuitive Company.

Inside Intuitive Company’s new Manayunk office.

After three years in Bala Cynwyd, web design shop Intuitive Company needed a change.

The team wanted a bigger space to accommodate its growth, a place with a city feel and lots of character, and of course, it had to be affordable. Enter: Manayunk.

Now, it’s not the most obvious place for a web design company in Philly, but check out this space. High ceilings, an industrial feel and plenty of distractions (we are so jealous of the pool table). Character? For sure.

From left to right: designer Kyle Cook (foreground), relationship strategist David Naples (background), cofounder and Principal of Technology Greg Picarelli (background), Principal of Creative Sandy Greene (foreground)

Intuitive Company settled in an 8,500 sq.ft. studio in Manayunk’s newish Waterworks Building (read about it on PlanPhilly here), which, in a Philly-is-so-small twist, was developed by VITABand cofounder David Waxman.

Founded by Greg Picarelli and Tim McLaughlin in 2004, the shop has a staff of 25. Picarelli, 42, lives in Collegeville, Pa., while McLaughlin, 38, lives in Wynnewood, Pa.

 

Companies: Intuitive Company / VITABand

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