CompuScribe came into being in 1994 in response to a demand for my digital design expertise that for a time was known as ‘desktop publishing’. The demand for this expertise escalated fast into requests for logos, document layouts and multimedia development, in fact, any digital design that could be produced, used or viewed on a computer and printed. After I published a small website for CompuScribe in 1996, I designed the first corporate site for Infomed Development Corporation in 1997; their logo, which is also my design, has withstood the test of time. I am particularly proud of my contribution to The Promise of All Ages that has evolved through several versions from a multimeda presentation to a full-length documentary movie
Today CompuScribe has grown into a full-service digital design, print design, web design, and web management company. My clients are small to medium businesses, authors, community groups, non-profit societies, or individuals, who want to see their business, interests, and point of view represented in a professional way on the Internet and in print.
Briefly some concurrent employment history:
1995 – 1999 InfoMed Development Corporation: Worked as Customer Tech Support, UI Designer, Technical Writer of help systems, created the first company website and was on the development team for the multimedia presentation of the “Promise of All Ages”, that is now a full-length movie.
2000 – 2009 North Island College: As the College’s first full-time Web Designer/Developer I worked to design, organize and grow their online presence, gradually integrating more online services and expanding the information offering to users. Was instrumental to separating out sensitive information from the website and and moving it to a protected internal website, created for the purpose of easier access to files and information amongst distant campuses, centres, departments, and employees.
2009 – 2018 Principal at Compuscribe Communication Design, happily doing freelance and contractual work for respected clients and co-workers.