He has been working in the internet industry since 1995 and worked on some of the first websites for companies such as Fidelity, Charles Schwab, Toyota, and other Fortune 500 companies.

With its rich history, spanning two world wars and numerous cultural revolutions, the website is chock full of fantastic photographs and media.

Working on the website was not only a great creative endeavor but afforded me a glimpse into this great institution’s history.

Project Manager, Designer: Marc Blaustein Developer: Alex Smoller We helped For Action Initiative transition from Families of September 11 to their current organization, with new branding, website, and template for the lesson plans they offer educators.

For Action Initiative offers tools and resources for educators to help them teach about a difficult subject matter: terrorism.

An important part of our job as front-end developers is keeping up to date and staying close to new tools, trends and workflows.

Hundreds of blog posts and articles are published every day, but there is no way you can read all of them.

We think you should have a strategy to keep up to date, so we have created this recipe.

Alex Smoller has been designing, developing and programming websites for clients in New York, and around the country, since 2000.

They offer insight and in-depth lesson plans to help approach a very difficult topic.

Doug Muise was the lead designer on this project, and helped create a visual language that is clear, concise, and has a sense of lightness.

Project Manager, Developer: Alex Smoller Designer: Doug Muise Working with Doug Muise, we developed an i Pad-based kiosk for Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian exhibit Up Where We Belong.