Digital Marketing Director
"The 21st century is starting to do something previously unthinkable with technology -- to finally make it fun for everybody. I've got no problems with that."
Keith holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems Analysis and a minor in Music Theory & Composition from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He has over 19 years of professional experience in web and multimedia development, programming, sales/marketing consulting, database management, graphic design/layout, pre-press, photography, videography, CG imagery/animation, audio engineering, and music composition.
Keith is the jack-of-all-trades in the firm. He designs, develops, consults, programs, scripts, produces audio, shoots and edits video, creates layouts, does voice-overs... virtually anything needed. He has written articles, participated in panel discussions, and presented at various seminars for business associations and educational institutions. He could probably perform an emergency appendectomy, if not for his irrational fear of hospitals.
Web Application Director
"Design and language are like music. Communicating complex thoughts with an economy of tones can be a difficult challenge, but it can be much more effective than playing a flashy yet empty torrent of notes."
Chris holds an MBA from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, and also holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accountancy and a minor in Computer Information Systems Analysis from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He has over 19 years of professional experience in programming, technical support, project management, technical writing, and interactive multimedia/web development.
The main architect of the CommunityBuilder project, Chris is the primary "deep tech" problem solver of the company. Whether handling backend programming or project customizations, he comes up with alternatives when a problem is outside the scope of standard development tools. During our marketing and branding meetings, he is the one to bring up such exciting topics as "readability," "loading speed," and "return on investment." (Wait a second... ROI is actually very exciting.)