In 2004, the political process was challenged by those who believed that technology could give regular people the power to outmaneuver entrenched special interests. Aaron Welch and Adam Mordecai worked together on Howard Dean’s presidential campaign, and shared a vision for continuing their groundbreaking work on behalf of mission-driven organizations.
They founded Advomatic to give advocacy groups, labor unions, educational and government institutions the tools to innovate and create a better future for all of us. They also created a team culture that values collaboration, transparency and intense geeking out on open source technology (since 2004, our staff has contributed 93 modules and over 8,200 commits to the Drupal core and infrastructure).
Over a decade later, Advomatic has become the premier digital agency for mission-driven organizations, custom building feature-rich, expertly designed, high-performance websites that power some of the most recognizable brands and unique digital experiences in the dot-org space.
Our work has been commended by the New York Times, TechPresident, DailyKos, Mother Jones and The Huffington Post. We were nominated for a Webby award in 2010 for our work on the TckTckTck global environmental campaign and were 2013 Webby honorees for a project we built for the U.S. Department of State. We won Best Advocacy Website and Best Government Website in the 2013 Blue Drop Awards.
Our home is New York City, and all of our staff are full-time salaried employees.