Technical.ly Site as seen on laptop

Technically

Technically Media has one very simple goal: Create better cities through technology.

Through their network of sites they provide original editorial, expert programming and tools which improve recruitment, marketing, community cultivation and economic development. They serve technologists, entrepreneurs and people who care about technology’s local impact.

This site was built in collaboration with Tom Rose of Slurve.

Technical.ly Site as seen on desktop

Building communities through jobs

One of the big ways Technical.ly is helping to bring technology into communities is through their jobs board. Whether you’re a freelancer looking for work or a company looking to hire employees, the jobs board is a great place to start your search!

Technical.ly’s Paid Jobs Board is powered by Gravity Forms which was set up to create an easy-to-use listing form right on the front-end of the site. Once you are happy with your listing, payment is quick and easy thanks to WooCommerce.

Catch up on the latest news on any device

The new Technical.ly site and subsites have all been built to provide a seamless experience for the user, regardless of device. The fully responsive setup allows for viewing on a desktop, tablet or mobile phone with ease.

Technically as seen on different sized devices

Directory for People, Companies, and Projects

To put it simply, the Technical.ly directories include the who’s who of the tech scene for your city. Trying to get in touch with an organizer of the Philly Geek Awards? The directory page should be your first stop! It’s easy to search by name, projects or organization.