We help clients become great by leveraging internet technologies to solve their needs.
We are creative and innovative thinkers, and trusted partners, that combine form and function to deliver relevant and valuable solutions. And, we have fun doing it!
At Tuva Interactive we specialize in creating highly interactive web sites and custom web-based applications.
We enjoy discovering and developing solutions that leverage internet technologies to achieve results for our clients.
Tuva Interactive was founded in 1996 to provide quality web design and development services. Since then we have grown to become one of the most accomplished website and application development firms in the Midwest, with clients of all sizes that span every industry. We are based in St. Louis, Missouri, and have clients throughout the country.
Tuva Interactive has a seasoned team of professionals who live, breathe and dream about the interactive web experience.
President & CEO
Ken Mocabee is the founder of Tuva Interactive (formerly Interactive Marketing), and has over 20 years of experience providing communication, technical and marketing solutions for a wide range of clients. He has anextensive background creating highly effective solutions for businesses and organizations, and brings that experience and approach to the web development disciplines.
UX Officer / Creative Director
Mason Mocabee has been with Tuva Interactive since 2000. From site design to interactive Flash development, Mason works directly with clients to develop great online experiences. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism. Mason also won a St. Louis Addy Award in 2009.
Chief Software Architect
Jeremy Murrish is Tuva's Chief Software Architect, and has been with the company for more than 14 years. In his career, he has developed custom applications over a range of diverse industries, including printing, construction, transportation, manufacturing and governmental organizations. He holds a degree in Computer Science from the Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Digital is a force for creative disruption, which is presenting enormous challenges to entire industries. At Tuva, we help our clients navigate this chaos, and chart a path that leads to success. Our nearly two decades of digital experience across multiple disciplines helps our clients create a competitive advantage and drive growth.
Creativity is at the core of everything we do, from highly interactive site design, to application UI. The creative process is more than design, it is the art and science of the user experience, and we are UX fanatics. Of course, it does have to look great, but it also has to be functional and every project starts with that user experience in mind.
Technological change is the norm, and what worked last year can leave you in the dust today. Adapting quickly requires nimble thinking and best practices for these emerging technologies. Our development team does full application development from portals and mobile apps, to complex system and data integration.
Mobile isn‘t an afterthought any longer — it is here to stay. And visitors demand a great user experience regardless of the device. At Tuva we create great mobile experiences for mobile commerce, web, interactive media, and social media using advanced responsive designs and mobile apps for every industry.
Having a great site is only half the battle. If you aren‘t getting relevant, targeted traffic, it is worthless. At Tuva Interactive we help you craft the right inbound marketing plan to generate meaningful traffic that converts to visitors to clients through content that provides value to your audience.
The Tuva team is growing! We are so excited to announce that Chase Clettenberg recently joined us as our latest developer. A Mizzou graduate, Chase brings great enthusiasm and attention to detail to the development team. After teaching in Korea for three years, Chase has returned back to the mid-west to feed his passion to code. Let’s get to know Chase better…
What do you love most about programming?
Creating something concrete out of ideas. I really like that process. Being able to think of something and then make it happen. That power that you have is addicting I think. Being able to go “I’d really like for my movies at home to be organized this way.” And knowing that with a little bit of time and work you can do it. Once you learn how to program with computers you can do whatever you want with them. And it’s a powerful thing.
How was your experience of living in Korea?
It was good. My wife and I were there for there for three years teaching. We got to travel quite a bit through Asia while we were there. We went to Japan, Vietnam, Cambodia, China, Hong-Kong, Macaw, Philippines, and Hawaii which was really fun. It’s really great to be in a culture, not just as a tourist, but to live there for a while and get an understanding of it.
How did your international experiences help you become a better developer?
It just opens my eyes, and I’m able to step into shoes of a client or think about how a site will be used.
Do you have a favorite free-time activity?
Music. I really like my music. Anything and everything. Anything from Katy Perry to the Foo Fighters, but mostly rock, indie rock, some rap. I also play. Piano is my main instrument. But I can also play guitar and a little rudimentary drums.
What's your spirit animal?
I guess a penguin. I like the way they move and waddle. They just have a good sense.
Truman the Tiger or Big Jay?
Oh, come on. Truman the Tiger. That’s easy.