I designed my first website in 1995, just two years after the dawn of the World Wide Web itself. For the next 15 years, I continued to design websites for friends, churches, small businesses and individuals — often for free, sometimes for pay. The websites and testimonials in the sidebars are for work I’ve done independently.

Under rare circumstances I still do some independent work, but mostly these days I collaborate with a small and highly talented team of developers called Poka Yoke Design. Collectively, we have done work for the Presbyterian Church (USA), Princeton Theological Seminary, Liz Claiborne, Dow Jones, and many others. A portfolio can be found on our website.

While I have done both graphic design and coding in the past, my specialty within the Poka Yoke team consists mainly of web 2.0 implementation, social media integration, and online community building.  Through Poka Yoke, I’m also available for consulting and training to help businesses, organizations, and individuals learn how to effectively use and understand web-based applications like Twitter, facebook, YouTube, Second Life, Google Wave/Buzz/Apps, and a wealth of other social networking tools.

If you’d like more information about Poka Yoke, or a quote on a web project, please use the contact form on the Poka Yoke website.  If you’d like information specifically about me, or my availability for consulting/speaking/training events, just send me an email.