Here’s what our clients say about us:

“ICAD delivers incredible products at a speed and quality which is second to none. Best of all, they do it with a smile and sense of fun.”

– Ross Coxon, Director of Learning Collaborative, Humentum

“ICAD has been an indispensable partner for eCornell. They are true collaborators, creatively addressing the instructional needs of every project while working within our budget and schedule constraints. We trust them with our reputation, our faculty relationships, and our brand.”

– Joe Ellis, Director of Faculty Engagement, eCornell

“Lisa Dundon and the team at ICAD are consummate professionals, and I recommend them most highly for any work involving online content and design. Their dedication to high quality and on-time content creation was an enormous help in developing my Business Strategy course series. They did more than simply transfer my knowledge to a compelling online format—their thoughtful comments on customizing my course material for the intended audience, and their flexibility and willingness to put in extra effort at all stages of development, were equally important and appreciated.”

– Justin Johnson, Associate Professor of Economics, Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University

“I recently worked with ICAD to develop the online course design and content for a business strategy curriculum I authored. It was a pleasure working with such skilled and experienced professionals. I was extremely impressed with the quality of their work and I enjoyed collaborating with them, too. I look forward to working with ICAD in the future.”

– Cathy A. Enz, Lewis G. Schaeneman, Jr. Professor, School of Hotel Administration, Cornell University

“The creativity and technical expertise of the ICAD team opened possibilities for course development that went beyond what I could imagine. Consider me a converted skeptic: The online courses created in partnership with the ICAD team provide a learning experience superior in many respects to the brick-and-mortar course.”

– Scott Gibson, Associate Professor of Finance, Mason School of Business, William & Mary University