this page is under construction.
close your eyes and visualize a 1990s-era animated gif of a construction worker. you know the one.
now open your eyes. trust me, nothing you just imagined could possibly be as amazing as this.
mind sufficiently blown? good. i’ll help you pick up the pieces.
Local, artisanal, hand-coded W3C-valid HTML/XHTML with attention to accessability, cross-browser compatibility, and graceful degradation && Producing web-appropriate creative media && Site architecture and online file management for web publication && Site management with WYSIWYG CMS interfaces (WordPress, Tumblr) or FTP
Apps: Comfortable in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Flash CS5; some experience with Fireworks; BBEdit/TextWrangler, Notepad++, Dreamweaver
Center for Digital Imaging Arts (CDIA) at Boston University, Waltham, MA
Certificate in Graphic and Web Design expected May 2011
Harvard Extension School, Cambridge, MA
Various classes, 2004–2007, in the areas of web design, economics, and international relations
Brown University, Providence, RI
A.B. History, 2002; GPA in major: 3.9/4.0, overall: 3.7/4.0
The New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, MA
Web Production Specialist, 2007–2010
Produced the NEJM homepage and numerous supplemental pages according to tight production timelines && Managed website using a proprietary CMS, FTP, and WordPress && Edited and processed audiovisual content (Flash presentations, podcasts) for web or iTunes publication && Proofed RSS feed XML and email campaign content
Senior Editorial Assistant, 2003–2007
Coordinated between authors, editors, and reviewers for all aspects of peer review and revision && Managed two review series && Responded to queries from readers, authors, and the public
Manuscript Assistant, 2002–2003
Processed all incoming articles submitted for consideration for publication && Wrote content for and collaborated on site redesign of the NEJM Author Center && Trained colleagues in the use of the online submission website and associated proprietary software