Flash Development

The bulk of the work we do is in Flash-based technologies. We provide services in Adobe Flash CS5, ActionScrip 2 & 3 and Flex (MXML/Flashbuilder 4).

While we have been working on many Flash projects encompassing part or whole web site experiences, we have been developing a large number of Accessible (508 Compliant) widgets. While this area has not been a primary focus in the private sector, government and non-profit agencies are required to provide this type of experience to their users on top of the traditional means of serving up digital media to the public.


Web Design & Development

We provide web design to our clients the need a new presence or just a “virtual face lift” to their web presence.

Whether you need a static “brochure” web site, or something dynamic in nature, we provide exceptional services in the web development arent. We can build sites that need to interact with databases and/or integrate with other systems. Our preference is in PHP, but we also provide classic ASP,, ColdFusion and JSP. And of course, we are very capable with DHTML, JavaScript and Java.


Mobile Application Development

With the emergence of more and more web-enabled phones and PDAs, Itanji, L.L.C. has also been offering iPhone, iPad and Android application development.



More often than not, we receive requests to work on non-traditional types of media. It is worth mentioning that we also provide experience in creating Outlook Template files, Rich PDF (media-embedded and tabable forms) and mashup applications utilizing public application programming interfaces (APIs), like Google Maps, YouTube, etc.


“You can never step in the same water twice, my friend. Like flowing water, life is perpetual movement. There is nothing fixed. Whatever your problems happen to be in the future, remember well that they cannot remain stationary but must move together with your living spirit. Otherwise, you will drift into artificiality or attempt to solidify the ever-flowing. To avoid that, you must change and be flexible. Remember, the usefulness of a cup is in its emptiness.”

– Bruce Lee