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Recent Clients

Cartoon Network
Don't Mess with Texas
Holt, McDougal
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
McCann Worldgroup
University of Texas
Mindshare/ Virillion
Moore-Weis Children's Center of Austin
Pearson Education
Save Barton Creek Association



"Expert, creative, FAST, and effective. These are just the first four words that come to mind when I think of Thea Eaton and her expert troupe of media artists and programmers. Thea's special focus on accessibility and flash programming make her my number one consideration for any project that has to do with educational media for children, particularly younger kids. She never fails to come up with the best solutions to my projects; from simple animation creation to interactive templates for mass production to accessibility answers and solutions. She is a delight to work with, patient and persistent and always aiming for the best. I think the world of her and can't wait to work with her again."

Juliet Dervin
Senior Media Producer
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt


“DoodleDoo is a creative, knowledgeable and thoroughly competent group with detailed knowledge of accessibility and Section 508. In their extensive experience with developing technology for young children, DoodleDoo has perfected a variety of self-voicing techniques for Flash development. ”

Bob Regan
Director, Worldwide K12 Education
Adobe Systems