Meet AbleSpark

AbleSpark is a creative website development firm headquartered in Davidsonville, Maryland.  Founded in September 2002, our goal is to allow our clients to spend more time working on their primary missions and less time worrying about their websites.  We do this by providing hands-on, personalized services that include:

  • website design and development
  • custom website programming
  • e-commerce implementation
  • website ADA compliance
  • database design and development
  • website / system integration
  • workflow review and automation
  • website management services.

AbleSpark has worked with hundreds of companies since our founding, mostly in our local Annapolis market. We currently serve customers in California, Maryland, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington, DC.  We routinely work with such notable organizations as the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

While AbleSpark provides some ancillary services, approximately 95% of our business is website design, development, and programming.  As such, we are uniquely positioned to help organizations who want to take their websites to the next level.

AbleSpark currently employs 7 full-time staff members as well as a number of part-time staff who join us depending on the scope of each project.  In addition to our in-house personnel, we rely on a carefully cultivated network of strategic partners in areas such as photography, social media, copywriting, and video production to meet the needs of each project.

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Michael Carico, President of AbleSpark, is proud to be the Founder and Executive Director of LinkNetworking, a bi-monthly program that helps business owners connect with one another in our local communities and beyond.  Curt Jackson, Director of Client Support at AbleSpark, serves as the Sr. Vice President of LinkNetworking and personally runs all of our events.  What they want you to know, is that their networking events are not your run-of-the-mill networking groups