I have been fortunate to work with great clients on challenging projects in a variety of digital media for 15 years. I can help develop brands by strengthening communication and relationships.
A custom WordPress site featuring the responsive Bootstrap Framework and Woocommerce using the QuickBooks API for creditcard processing and inventory control.
A clomplete referesh of the Blueberry Hill Inn website
Developed to be a platform for community members to access local resources and information. The site uses a flexible grid to “Respond” to different device dimensions so the site looks great on mobile devices as well as desktops and tablets.
This page served to explain the race and the charity for the trails. Attendence was up 25% from the previous year with many participants coming directly through the website.
I designed and coded the html for this Wordpress template and, working closely with the technical team at Middlebury College, transformed the design into a powerful Wordpress site.
This flash interactive map is designed to illustrate the global reach of the United World College program at Middlebury College.
I’m more than a programmer/designer. I bring a wide range of interests and observations to every project I work on. Theater, art, filmmaking, fishing and carpentry are some of my diversions.
After graduating from RISD I worked for a start-up near Philadelphia before moving to Chicago and Leo Burnett. Working with clients such as the U.S. Army, Adidas, Kellogg and McDonalds gave me a great opportunity to gain experience and grow my technical expertise. After our children were born my wife wanted to move home to Vermont, and I have been working on a variety of projects, from local to international, ever since.
Although I have been teaching and mentoring since RISD, this is my first time doing so at the college level. I don‘t use the title Professor because, although I have great knowledge of the current web, “[the web] is inherently chaotic, built by multitudes and continuously tweaked, with nobody in charge...”, and I am still a student/participant of its evolution.
When you work with computers you can miss working with people. It is one of the principal things I loved about working in an agency setting. To practice compassion, I break my routine (and get away from my desk) to use my hands, back and heart to help people. I work a few shifts each week doing direct care for people with Alzheimer’s or dementia. It is challenging work, but it is an opportunity to truly make a difference for each person I have the privilege to care for.
I am an overcompensating introvert. When I am on stage I feel a responsibility:
I have acted in everything from Slapstick to Shakespeare, and enjoy being part of a performance. Also, I love being around actors. They’re a special breed.
Mark is a front-end web developer, based in Central Vermont. His strengths are User Interface, User Experience, HTML, CSS, Adobe, Video Editing, Animation, and Teaching. His passionate about web and how it is used by people.
PO Box 35, Belmont, Vermont