Cybersteps was founded in 1997 by Bryan Meadan following numerous cries for help from people attempting to understand what the Internet was all about and where it was headed. During the previous millennium, the main goals of Cybersteps were to teach efficient Internet use by understanding the individual’s unique and specific needs.
Soon after, Cybersteps began creating dynamic websites. Our sole intention was to provide a fair-priced and sound option for not-for-profit organizations who are in need of a web presence and were not willing to spend the amounts demanded for commercial projects. Non-profits need to focus their sites toward the people who support their cause – that’s what Cybersteps helped them do.
The Internet has expanded since then and so have we. In 2005, Cybersteps started working with the Drupal content management system — one of the best decisions we ever made. We started utilizing the power of Crowdsourcing to provide added advantages to our clients and made Usability and Search Engine Optimization primarily concerns for improving the standards of our clients’ sites.
Today we take on a variety of development projects, with an emphasis on non-profit websites. We believe in the value of community, and we want to help communities around the world utilize the Internet to advance social and educational goals.