Owning your digital presence with a new website can help you promote your new book, build a stronger research network, improve the visibility of your public-facing work, help your chances on the job market, bring in new consulting clients — or whatever your priorities are.
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Scholars are increasingly realizing the importance of owning their digital presence.
It can be frustrating being stuck in the confines of a faculty page that is designed to make the university look good instead of highlighting the things that are most important to you. A Google search for your name is likely to turn up reviews of your teaching on Rate Your Professor before any of your hard work. Google Scholar fell short of its initial promises and we’ve since learned the ills of Academia.edu.
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I’m a web designer and developer with more than a decade of design experience. I’ve worked with clients ranging from academics to individual freelancers just starting out to large corporations, including Aramark.
I hold an MS in Communications Design from Pratt Institute and a BA from Smith College. Originally from Vermont, I recently escaped Brooklyn to settle in South Philadelphia. In my free time, I explore the city, sampling its wide variety of baked goods, cook experimental dishes, and hang out with a cat named Pixel.