DigiSavvy is a boutique digital studio. We help businesses by focusing on 3 key elements of a successful business platform — strategy, content, and technology.

DigiSavvy was born in 2010. It was the brainchild of Chris Tolar and Alex Vasquez over a game of Magic: the Gathering. Since then, DigiSavvy has evolved from building "neat" websites to building goal-driven business solutions for a variety of small businesses and enterprise-level organizations.

We create business solutions that are tied to business goals. We achieve those goals using technology, hand-crafted code, and smart marketing strategies and tools that cater to our client's needs. No two solutions are  the same. We strive for a positive business outcome every time.


Alex Vasquez, Principal and Co-Founder

I've always had an entrepreneurial bug and began building websites in 1999—at first part-time.  It wasn't until the incomparable Ron Swanson told Leslie Knope "don't half-ass two things, whole-ass one thing" that I decided to make DigiSavvy my sole focus.

Gavin Brown

Front-end Developer

Gavin likes Magic: the Gathering and technology. He likes when people watch him run players off of M:tG Online. He doesn't like Alex's jokes.

Lucy Beer

Training & Education Partner

Lucy is our go-to, trusted, resource to provide training and education services to all of our clients. Education is a key of empowerment and that's why training is a part of every DigiSavvy project

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Nicolás Menescardi

WordPress Developer

Nicolás is an Argentinian-based web developer. He has worked as a systems analyst and full-stack web developer. He brings a considerable set of skills to DigiSavvy and he likes the band Machine Head!


We're big believers in the notion of giving back more than what you take.

We help tackle inequality by partnering with nonprofits like Girl Develop It who offers affordable and accessible education for women aspiring to a career in technology. We further strengthen and empower people who want to tell their stories online by working with the WordPress Foundation to organize WordCamps and Meetups, which are free events anyone can attend and learn. Alex also gives his time to the Small Business Development Center, a division of the Small Business Administration, to educate and advise small business owners on growing their business using modern technology solutions.

Why should that matter to you?

It matters because when you hire DigiSavvy for your project, you're investing not only in a technology partner for your business, but you're hiring a community partner who cares. We think it's important to partner up with business's who have core values that align with our own and vice-versa.