The following companies have contributed to the development of this website promoting San Francisco’s bid for the 2012 Olympic Games:
BIRDSALL INTERACTIVE is a 15-person Web development and design company based in Oakland, California. Since 1991 we've created over 400 dynamic, effective Web sites for companies including Adobe, Hitachi America, Visa, and the San Francisco Giants.
Birdsall Interactive is a specialist in developing easy to use sites with the latest technology. We combine both sides of web development -- programming and design -- in a boutique firm where you receive excellent service, great value and a fantastic experience.
P·O·P I N T E R A C T I V E is a Web services firm that specializes in the planning, design and development of business-to-business websites. In addition, we offer integrated logo design and corporate identity consulting services. We help clients plan and create websites that will enhance their competitiveness, further their brand and produce measurable results. Our services are categorized into the areas of consulting, project management, design, usability, content and programming.
Screampoint is an advanced 3D modeling company specializing in visual communication solutions and technologies for real estate projects from initial concept through design, construction and facilities management.
Headquartered in San Francisco, Screampoint’s industry-leading 3D models and associated visual media have been developed for organizations and projects including the Apple Stores, NFL Detroit Lions’ Ford Field, Hong Kong Land infrastructure, the New York Times Headquarters and the World Trade Center Redevelopment.
A-Link Network Services is a recognized leader of integrated communication solutions including development, implementation and support of end-to-end mobile and wireline services. We provide colocation, access, dedicated servers, managed security services, application development and mobile solutions
, consisting of volunteers and BASOC staff who facilitated the re-launch of the website: