Divine Designer & Coder
I am a web designer/developer and print designer, originally from NYC but currently based in Chicago.
When I graduated college with degree in Fine Arts I knew I wanted to work in a visual field, but didn’t know what to do beyond that. My first job was with the Marketing Communications department of a financial company, and after working closely with the agency they’d hired to manage their advertising, I realized that I wanted do what they were doing. I took some computer classes and began my career as a Graphic Designer. With time I found myself becoming increasingly fascinated with web design, and when I decided to look into coding I was hooked.
I feel really lucky to have a career that excites me, challenges me, and scratches both my creative and analytical/problem-solving itches.
My goal is to create designs that are functional, user-friendly, and that generate results – all wrapped up in a pretty package.One fun fact:
I started running when I discovered a race that serves chocolate at all of the water stations – great motivation!
Project Manager & Success Sculptor
I am a Project Manager based in the SF North Bay.
I started down the digital media & web design/development road in 2000 when I took a course to learn how to put my midwifery & herbs school online (yep, I’m a midwife/herbalist turned techie!). I got bit by the multimedia bug and have been at it ever since.
I work with users and stakeholders to develop a deep understanding of their needs, processes, goals, and priorities in order to articulate user tasks, define product functionality and turn business requirements into actionable items.
What I like most about building websites is seeing a client’s vision come to life, and being part of that process.
My goal is to ensure projects run efficiently and effectively toward successful outcomes.One fun fact:
I still teach herbal classes and make most of my own herbal products.
Rockstar Coder and Designer
I am a Web Designer and Developer, originally from Venezuela, currently based in Norton, MA.
I have a BS in Industrial Mathematics and initially worked on the management side of tech startups in Latin America. Almost 3 years ago, after becoming a mom, I started a lifestyle/mommy blog and realized that I wanted to learn to design and code so I could make it look the way I really wanted. I completed a Web Design course and with these newfound skills began freelancing, designing and developing mostly WordPress sites.
I love being able to combine my mathematician problem solving abilities with my visual side. It truly is the perfect balance, allowing me to be creative when designing in Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator and technically making these designs come to life with HTML, CSS, Less and PHP.
My goal is to make beautiful, functional, responsive websites and to go the extra mile ensuring that clients get the best solutions for their business to succeed.One fun fact:
I’m a serious chocoholic. I need to have dark chocolate every single day!
Digital Diva & Project Manager
In summation—I am a writer, a proud mama, closet nerd, refined yinzer, and big on brainstorming n’at. I enjoy every kind of conversation and consider everything in life to be “a good thing” until proven otherwise. Proud RMU Alumna (Go Colonials)! A good cupcake = everything.
My official journey with the interwebs began in 2007, while writing for a motorcycle lifestyle print and digital publication. I was very fortunate to work with a talented team of professionals who had vast experience in digital publishing, search engine optimization and marketing, and web design. My passion for digital marketing only grew from there. Over the past ten years, I’ve dabbled in everything from digital advertising to inbound marketing to ecommerce strategy in various industries, such as manufacturing, publishing, construction, and fashion. To backtrack a bit, my passion really started as a young girl who watched her father (a seasoned IT professional) leave the corporate world behind only to create a very successful (online) business from the ground up.
I love working with websites because there’s always something new to do or learn. You also meet the best people along the way.
My goal is to LAUGH every chance I get, and also kick ass.One fun fact:
I am fluent in American Sign Language.
Kick-Butt Coder and Designer
I am a Web Designer and Developer based in Kettering, UK.
I have been working in digital for the past 10 years, mainly for national charities in the the UK doing roles like digital marketing, web content editing and website project management. Through these roles, I learned to code and design and realized this was what I really wanted to do. I decided to follow my dreams and go freelance three years ago. I love making websites and I am constantly learning and building my skills.
I design in Photoshop and Illustrator and build in HTML, CSS, Sass, Less, PHP and specialize in creating and adapting WordPress themes.
My goal is to give great customer service, by being responsive, helpful and willing to go the extra mile to make sure customers are totally happy and feel they are getting a good value.One fun fact:
I am on a mission to find the best hot chocolate in the world (somebody has got to do it!).
Photographer / Intern / Designer on the rise!
I am a Photographer (and Web Designer in the making!!) based in Katy, Texas.
When I was younger, I played around with HTML and learned how to customize my social media page (also known as MySpace!) through trial and error. Fast forward many years- I graduated from the Art Institute with a BFA, specializing in Photography. Towards the end of my degree plan, I took a couple of Web Design classes. It brought me back to my earlier years and I realized this was something I loved to do and wanted to learn more about!
I enjoy being creative, but also having to problem solve. Also, seeing a project go from a person’s vision to a live site and everything in between is just so amazing to me!
My goal is to always provide the client with a great experience and to give nothing but my best to help full-fill their vision.One fun fact:
I play drums in a band!
Brilliant Content & Marketing Strategist
I am an internet product exec / team & project manager (the person responsible for getting things done and pushed out into the world) who discovered that most challenges are communications challenges, showing end-users how your product/business/service will improve their lives. It’s now called content marketing and it can help any business improve how it communicates its benefits to the market.
Like so many of us, from the first website I saw, I knew the web would change the world. It has, and I’m still thrilled every day to be a part of it.
What’s not to like!
My goal is to help businesses & teams figure out the best way to effectively communicate how their products and services impact the world for the better. It’s almost always why people are doing what they do but in the hurricane that is everyone’s workday, it’s hard to step back and analyze the best way to reach their markets. That’s where I can help.One fun fact:
In between work, training for triathlons, I’m writing two novels for fun.
Josslyn Van Estenburg
Office Manager Maven
I enjoy helping people manage their offices in a variety of ways, which makes my days interesting and fun.
Several years ago I began to expand my income sources so that I’m not just doing one thing all the time. Right now my days are filled with office management, scheduling, pet care, social media management and several other activities.
Working with WordPress has been such a breeze. It’s so easy to update websites and keep them fresh and new.
My goal is to make sure everyone I encounter receives the attention they deserve. I love to do things right, I am always open to feedback and I’m extremely organized.One fun fact:
I love to carve wood sculptures and make adorable little fairy houses.
Awesome Designer and Developer
Web Designer/Developer, originally from the UK, currently based on the West Coast of Canada.
With a BA in Art History and an MA in Graphic Design, I am a visual artist at heart. I began interning in Web Design in London in 2009, but my natural flair for the technical quickly landed me a role as an interactive developer. I worked in programming for a number of years, primarily building e-learning applications in ActionScript3 (for Flash). I was fortunate to work at a high level on some really abstract development projects, and I continue to be grateful for the skills I refined in those early years.
If I’m not type-setting, optimising CSS or colour-coding the spice rack, you’ll probably find me teaching a Yoga class somewhere on Salt Spring Island.
Owner / Designer / Coder
I’ve been designing and coding websites since 1998. Yep, that’s before the Internet was popular! I currently live in San Francisco, but I started out in Cleveland, OH. In college my major was illustration and one day I was working in the computer lab and my colleague was looking for jobs in our industry. I thought to myself, “I should probably do that too!” So I sent my resume to every place that offered graphic design positions in my area. I interviewed at a web consulting company, and the owner asked me why I wanted the job. I didn’t even know what the job was! He hired me anyway, and on the first day, the Art Director handed me a thick book and said, “here, learn HTML.” And so I did, and here we are. I’m hooked.
What I like most about building websites is that I get to be creative visually and solve problems. Growing up, I was a huge fan of math and science, so the coding part of the job scratches that logic and trouble-shooting itch. I get to partake in the artsy side and analytical side — the best of both worlds!
My goal is to help make everyone’s life easier. By building easy-to-use websites, I can help my clients, as well as their clients.One fun fact:
I still love to paint and doodle on the side. Ask me about my artwork any time
Ruben van Engelenburg
My name is Ruben van Engelenburg and I’m a full-stack web developer working from Irvine, Orange County.
Web development is continuously changing; new technologies, languages, frameworks and devices are added to the mix. This forces me to constantly learn new things, which is a lot of fun.
My goal is to always deliver beautiful and easy-to-use web applications that are easy to maintain.One fun fact:
Willing to wait in line for hours to get that one special release of craft beer.