Michael’s a Pittsburgher through and through, with his decade of web development experience having taken place within the Pittsburgh ad agency sphere. Having worked with startups and established agencies alike, he learned the unique needs of client-driven development, systems maintenance, and future-proofing.
Communication is key when undertaking any development project, and Michael carries this mantra with him from start to finish during his work. A strong foundation of understanding and expectation lays the groundwork for a successful implementation, and a website launch is more than the site itself, but also the content and conversion strategy behind it.
When Michael isn’t busy developing and implementing web systems, he spends his time supporting his family and engaging in a number of eclectic hobbies, including collecting antique books, playing the banjo, and working on his car.
- Systemic design and systems thinking
- Antiquarian books
- Banjo (both traditional two-finger and frailing styles)
- ITT Technical Institute, Software Applications and Programming