Revive Design Studios was started out of the desire to craft really beautiful & useful websites. It’s since grown to include app (iOS and Android) design and development and E-commerce websites.

Design for Problem Solving

We believe that great design is backed by problem-solving. So, when we get a request for work, we dig into the “why’s” of the request so we can really understand the issues behind the request. Once we understand the basis of the request, then we fuse that with our knowledge of how people use the web, apps, and interpret branding to produce a functional, attractive piece that’s maintainable and useful in the future.

“Giving something your time isn’t the same as giving it your attention.”

~Jesse James Garrett


Co-owner, Designer & Front-end Developer

Breahna Beecher, Front-end developer and designerBreahna founded Revive Design Studios in 2011. She’s formally trained in Web Technologies and put her emphasis on Graphic Design in college. Her degree coupled with a background in Website Project Management enabled her to bring a well-rounded skill set to every project.

In September 2014 she traveled back to her home state of Iowa to teach HTML/CSS/Responsive Web Development at DevIowa, a University of Iowa web development bootcamp.

For more details, her resume is located on LinkedIn.

Volunteer Projects

In order to give back to the community and support other entrepreneurs, Breahna co-hosts 1 Million Cups Denver. An event that runs at Galvanize every Wednesday at 9am.

In March 2015, she spoke at the University of Denver’s 20th Annual Women’s Conference regarding the Power of Entrepreneurship. Their presentation was centered around helping other women define how to be successful in starting their own businesses.

She presented at EntreFest on Advanced WordPress methods and judging the Iowa Future Business Leaders of America Digital Design and Promotion category in March 2013. She also co-hosted a monthly web development meetup from March 2012-March 2013. This group is open to anyone interested in web design and development. Beyond that, she teamed up to host and support a casual Iowa City Tech Group from March 2012-March 2013. This group is focused on getting techies together. Both groups remain active to this day.


She was a finalist in the 2013 Principal Financial Group Women of Innovation Awards, presented by the Technology Association of Iowa (TAI). The nomination was in the Entrepreneurial Innovation and Leadership award category.

Interests and Hobbies

She enjoys most forms of art including 3D composition, acrylic painting, photography and photo editing. Her most favorite thing is snowboarding in the Rockies, there’s really nothing like it. She loves music she can get lost in and trying craft beers, preferably at the same time.


Co-owner, Back-end Developer

Bryan Beecher, Fullstack Web DeveloperWhen you have complicated code logic or a server crisis, Bryan is the man for the job. As our Fullstack Developer, Bryan pays constant attention to developing clean code, maintaining servers, and website security.

He’s great with technologies and concepts such as:

  • Ruby / Ruby on Rails
  • JavaScript
  • AngularJS
  • CoffeeScript
  • C# / .NET
  • Git
  • Ansible
  • Shopify
  • E-Commerce

He has a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Iowa and has been working on large web and desktop applications for years.

Volunteer Projects

Bryan co-created and co-hosted Geek Out, Go Out in Iowa City to bring the local tech community together for conversation and camaraderie.

Interests and Hobbies

Bryan likes studying the latest web technology, skiing, reading, house music, and craft beer.

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