About Chirp Internet
Chirp Internet creates high quality and easy to maintain websites at low cost. We specialize in web design elements such as speed, security, accessibility, usability, and search engine optimization.
We work with professional designers and design studios and have a portfolio of design examples. We prioritise good communication and the success of our clients' websites.
- Water Taxi Amsterdam - discover Amsterdam by boat
- Ronin Films - educational DVD sales
- Sequins & Sand - Resortwear for busy women
- Nourished Life - Natural & Organic Discoveries
- H2O Taxis - Sydney Harbour water taxis
- Geranium House - Sustainable Day Spa
- Consec ~ conference management and secretarial services
- Eagles Range - Jindabyne farm-stay
- Global GreenTag
- Canberra & District Historical Society
- Australian Rugby Choir - fellowship through song
- Newspapers.com.au - guide to Australian newspapers
- Gday Pubs - Proud of our Pubs
- European Association for Aviation Psychology (EAAP)
- Gas Energy Australia
- Cairns Group Farm Leaders
- U3A Canberra - University of the Third Age
- Deutschsprachiger Wirtschaftsclub Nordtransilvanien (DWNT)
Our development team
Chirp is now based in Sibiu, working with partners in Australia and elsewhere for graphic design and related services in order to provide a complete service to our clients:
- Akamai Technologies (formerly Linode) - VPS hosting
- Amazon S3 - cloud storage and backups
- KeyCDN - content delivery network
- NameCheap - SSL certificates
- Dreamscape - domain name registration
A short history of Chirp
Duncan Crombie is a founding partner and director of Chirp. He has been programming for close to 40 years with experience in database design, web development and open source software. Duncan built his first website in 1995 and has not looked back.
Chirp was founded in 1997 in Canberra by a group of friends and recent graduates from the Australian National University. The company gradually expanded while employing a number of graphic designers and programmers.
In 2003, Chirp relocated to Amsterdam, and in 2008 to Sibiu in Transylvania, a city with a fibre optic network and spectacular landscapes.