For several years I ran my own small software and design agency.
I partnered with agencies and designers, and hired and managed contractors and interns. Services I provided:
I was hired by the Hallmark Institute of Photography to create an electronic attendance system. This included a back-end database, design of attendance kiosks with barcode scanners, and attendance reporting software that generated reports for submission to the relevant accreditation agencies. On the strength of this work I was eventually hired as a full-time employee and stayed for over five years.
I was the primary web development provider for The Yiddish Book Center — the largest and fastest-growing Jewish cultural organization in America — for many years. I created and maintained the web marketing and content platform they launched after a major redesign. After their successful 25th-anniversary campaign raised over $25 million, they moved to a large agency; I assisted with this transition by evaluating vendor proposals and creating a content migration strategy.