The Next Chapter in my Career

After almost two-and-a-half years as Sr. Web Manager for Desiring God ministries, I will be moving on into the wide world of Web consulting, starting February 1st.

I am proud of what the team has accomplished since Oct 16 of 2009, I think we developed some ground breaking technology for international distribution of high-quality, free, Gospel resources. I got to work with one of the most friendly, in-sync, talented teams I’ve ever seen on the Web team. I was humbled and instructed by the attitudes, community, heart, vision, and conduct of the organization as a whole. The 8 core values of DG are ones that I will take with me for the rest of my life. The Mission of DG is my life mission. I learned valuable new tools, and was blessed to make some incredible friends during this time.

I look forward to taking these new tools and fresh vision, and using them to benefit many organizations and businesses in the future! If you are in need of clear and effective Web strategy, content strategy and information architecture, creative and technical advice, usability assessment, or cutting edge front-end development, you know where to find me.






6 responses to “The Next Chapter in my Career”

  1. Boyink Avatar

    Good luck on the transition!

  2. Brian Peterson Avatar
    Brian Peterson

    We sure could use some help at the Society of Evangelical Arminians!  :-)

    1. Matt Heerema Avatar

      I guess we’ll find out whether we were predestined to work together or not! ;-)

      (If you’re serious, I’d be happy to talk about it…)

      1. Brian Peterson Avatar
        Brian Peterson

        Thanks, Matt, for taking it so nice.  For the most part, I was joking.  But, they have had some web issues, and the site probably does need someone with your expertise to overhaul it.  But, the Society doesn’t have a lot of money to spend on stuff like this.  I will bring up the idea, though.

  3. Jonathon Morgan Avatar
    Jonathon Morgan

    Congrats on taking the leap to consulting! It’s a blast.

  4.  Avatar

    Wow – looks like 2012 is the year for flying solo. All the best my good man

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