Evening Design is a husband and wife development team from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Our business started with working in the evenings around full time jobs and children. Over the years our business has morphed and changed and we currently work during daytime hours. We've always enjoyed making things work on the web - the distributed, collaborative, always-on nature of it appeals to us. There are lots of problems that a web-based solution can solve (or at least help with), and we strive to help you find the solution that's right for you.

We also like to have fun and love being outside, whether it's camping, cycling, or having a water balloon fight.


Ryan started his day-job career in 2001 at Traxis, Inc in the Geographical Information Systems department. Traxis is now defunct, but there were some really neat problems to work on when displaying data on maps in a custom-built GIS application.

Ryan moved on to Point2 Technologies, Inc (now a division of Yardi Systems) in 2002. During his time there he did everything from development to people management to product management. That experience has given him a unique perspective on software development - he gets developers, and he gets business people. It's really valuable to be able to bridge that gap.

After working for various clients in the US, Ryan moved to Coconut Software. He currently is a staff developer and continues to solve problems and help staff members get their work done properly and efficiently.

Ryan of Evening Design


Wendy started her career as a developer at SED Systems in 2001. She built their public-facing website back then and then moved into user interfaces for satellite monitor and control systems (yes, the satellites that are in space).

Wendy moved to working from home to take care of their children, but also to work on Evening Design jobs. She enjoys designing websites, helping customers design logos and branding, as well as any finding solutions to many varying problems. She still likes cutting code, and what better way to do that than to build websites and make people's lives just a bit easier.

Wendy of Evening Design