Meet the team
Nick joined Webitects as a designer in 2004 but knows just enough from his programming days to still be dangerous. He has a passion for web standards and usability and can usually be found researching their nuances and playing with the latest new web toy when he's not working or plowing through his feeds. He is mostly self-taught in matters of the web and enjoys continually learning more.
From a young age, his fascination with computers and his hobby for creating digital art has lead to a healthy obsession with fractal artwork, which has been published in publications sold around the world such as Exposé and Computer Arts. Selected works have also been shown at The City of the Arts and Sciences museum in Valencia, Spain and at the International Congress of Mathematicians in Madrid.
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Recent blog posts
- Donation Motivation
- Published on Oct 14, 2009 | Category: design
- Recently, we had the opportunity to study what motivates people to donate online. The lesson we learned from the experience was invaluable. The idea A new fundraising campaign had ...
- Who uses fly-up menus?
- Published on Aug 9, 2009 | Category: design
- The Weather Channel apparently does. I've only seen "fly-up" menus used on one other site that would have easily qualified for Worst Website Ever years ago and was amazed when I disc...