Hi, I'm Jeremy

I design and develop user interfaces. I'm a hybrid creative type, a bit of both analog and digital, my left and right brain both on a first wave basis.

My first computer was a 1973 Radio Shack TRS-80 Model 1 given to me by my junior high math teacher. I cut my web choppers wrangling HTML 4.0 tables before CSS was even a thing. My first client website was created entirely in Macromedia Flash (v.4 , 'goToAndPlay' Praystation homies). That was in 2001, and back then the digital landscape still had plenty of wild frontier.

Update 2012, having a good 10 years of learning and growing in both corporate and agency roles while keeping up with the ever-changing web technology platform, I decided to shake things up a bit and go all out working for myself and my own clients. Subsequently I've spent the last 9 years working as a freelance designer, front-end developer, and small-business consultant contributing my passion, experience, and love for a challenge towards all variety of interactive projects one usually finds on any given day on any given screen.  Although I tend to be insatiably curious and therefore relish any out-of-ordinary opportunity, my favorite projects tend to involve some degree of design challenge - translating a complex (sometimes critical) idea, process, or product into an understandable nugget of consumable knowledge for its intended audience.

I'm also a builder of a tangible something or other now and then.  I have tools that get used. Restoring life into the old and the unassuming brings me some sense of happy that seems to last.  Incorporating a bit of personality and expression into this kind of work is a door I like to leave open.