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Clutch Names Imaginary Landscape as a Top Web Developer in Chicago

Clutch recognizes leading companies with exceptional records of client satisfaction

June 21, 2017

Top Web Developers in Chicago

Imaginary Landscape is pleased to announce that we have been recognized as a Top Chicago Web Developer for 2017 by Imaginary Landscape is among 15 companies named to the 2017 Top Chicago Web Developer matrix.

Clutch analysts evaluated companies based on market presence, clientele, and work portfolio. Central to the ranking process are client reviews that provide project scope, cost-effectiveness, and how skillfully a company handled communication and organization.

“These leading Chicago-based development companies are distinguished by their ability to deliver high-quality custom solutions and strong results for every client, from small, local businesses to large, international firms,” said Amber Dewey, Analyst at Clutch. “The companies featured in our research create impressive mobile apps, websites, and custom software solutions that help push each client’s business further by taking in the specific wants and needs of each client.”

In addition to being named a Chicago Top Web Developer, Imaginary Landscape is listed among the Top Python & Django Developers worldwide by Clutch.

“We are honored to be recognized for our web development work and dedication to our clients,” said Brian Moloney President and CEO of Imaginary Landscape. “We’ve been delivering superior custom web development services for over 20 years. Focusing on Python and Django has helped us provide our clients the most robust and flexible web-based solutions available.  Thank you to all our clients that participated in Clutch’s rigorous evaluation process.”

About is an independent B2B research firm in Washington, DC. It’s Leaders Matrix methodology maps service providers based on their areas of focus and their proven ability to deliver.  The most highly weighted component is feedback from clients. Clutch staff makes direct contact with current and former clients to get their input on a range of qualitative and quantitative topics. Client feedback is then weighted by project size and complexity.

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