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I recommend Kirsten without reservation. She listened carefully to my design ideas and then brought them to life, coaching me through developing the look and feel of a great looking website.  Her attention to detail – fonts, colours and layout – really show in the final site. Need a great designer that can bring together the technical and artistic – look no further.
As a designer, it’s critical for me to work with an interactive developer who is resourceful, reliable and knowledgeable. Kirsten has all those qualities and more. No matter what questions I have on a project, she’ll have the answers for and, if she’s not sure, she’ll investigate. Kirsten is an inquisitive and adaptable developer – prerequisite qualities for designing or coding interactive material. She is an expert in her field with an open mind and a generous nature – a professional relationship I’m very happy to continue.
I don’t think I’ve ever met anyone with such a breadth of talent in so many areas… and she doesn’t just dabble, she masters everything she puts her mind to. She pretty much just decides to do something, and then a month later she’s great at it. I’m telling you, she can do anything. ANYTHING!

 

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From wilderness to WordCamp Seattle

March 29th, 2015|

Here’s a quick update from the road. I’m at my first WordCamp – “experienced edition”, focused more on WordPress development, held at Seattle Pacific University. I’ve long been a fan of WordPress largely because of the incredibly helpful and enthusiastic community around it, but I’ve only just started to actually dive in to that community. It’s been a great experience […]

Starting the year with a nice new launch

January 8th, 2015|

This week, I’m enjoying the satisfaction of launching a new website I recently worked on with Second Thought, for Calbag Metals in Portland, Oregon. The site was built in WordPress and is very data-rich and customized, with multiple custom post types and layouts. Features include a dynamically-updateable sortable recycling guide and item highlights, dynamic employee bios, embedded Facebook and blog feeds, and a separate […]

Latest site launch for team-based learning – and a book edit to boot!

July 3rd, 2014|

This spring, I launched a website for Team-Based Learning educator Jim Sibley at http://www.learntbl.ca, promoting the powerful group teaching method, his upcoming new book “Getting Started With Team-Based Learning“, and the related workshops he offers.

I’m especially looking forward to seeing the book in print, as I was the copy editor before it went to the publisher, and I know […]