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Will work for coffee...or bacon...
In 1995, Brian Forth founded SiteCrafting from his home while working as a teacher in Tacoma, WA. Three years later, he was devoting his full-time energy to the company, and established it as a sole-proprietorship. One of SiteCrafting’s first large projects was as a contractor for Knowledge Universe. Begun in 1999, this project was to develop a custom Learning Management System for TeacherUniverse, Inc. A year later, SiteCrafting also launched an LMS for IntegrateOnline. This program was deployed in Georgia, North Carolina, and Nevada schools, and went on to earn a nomination for a Codie Award for Best Online Training Product.
With a steady stream of quality work coming its way, SiteCrafting incorporated in Tacoma in November 2001. That same year, the company moved to offices in downtown Tacoma, and hired its first two non-owner employees. A short time later, SiteCrafting acquired Dynamics in Design and moved to even larger downtown offices. With a continued commitment to producing excellent work, SiteCrafting has continued to expand its offerings as it has grown to a 31-person company with offices in Tacoma, Seattle, and Spokane. Our customers range from small to large corporations, municipalities, and governmental agencies.
SiteCrafting was named one of “The 10 Most Dependable Web Design Firms of the West” for 2007. In 2008, 2009 and 2011 SiteCrafting was also recognized as one of the “Top 10 Fastest Growing Companies” in the South Sound. SiteCrafting was recognized by Bloomberg Business Week at one of the top 100 Inner City firms in the United States in 2010 and 2011 and by Forbes Magazine in 2012 and 2013. SiteCrafting has been recognized as the Top Place to Work by the Business Examiner.
Will work for coffee...or bacon...
Mike guides clients through the entire project lifecycle and particularly manages the development phase. He's one of the first SiteCrafting employees and has helped the company grow into what it is today. Mike enjoys cooking, video games, fishing and hiking.
Go Hawks! L.O.B.
That's pretty slick...
I can fix a lot of things...
Mark's idea of a success is when SiteCrafting's clients are not just happy, but successful. Successful clients make him happy! If Mark wasn’t a tech guy, he’d probably be a farmer. Or a chef.
I've never been so sure about being unsure of anything in my life.
Have you tried turning it off and on again?
That's awesome. You're awesome.
Milk was a bad choice.
Code like you're building an army of robots.
We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.
Don't settle for 'good enough', aim higher.
If you're gonna be a bear, be a grizzly.
I hope no one minds if I live tweet this.
There are NOOOOOO cats in America!
Besides writing backend web code, there isn’t anything interesting about Scott (though he brews beer and is handy in the kitchen). He’s constantly keeping up with the fast forward motion of web development and clients dig that.
When in doubt, the Googles know everything.
I can't code until I get some Java
That gum you like is going to come back in style
How am I not myself?
Michelle jokes that she is our "gate keeper", since she will be the first person you see when you come to our office. Her friendliness and multitasking abilities make her a rockstar receptionist. When she's not keeping the front of the house running, she loves reading, video games, and photography.
"Respect your parents. They passed school without Google."
Nick joins us as a User Experience Researcher and is all about the numbers. He'll be designing and conducting user research studies, and using that information to create design recommendations that take user needs and business goals into account. Outside the office, he's a tennis pro and is always up for a good party.
Step into my laboratory...
Carrie's all about organization. When she's not keeping projects on track, she's organizing just about everything else. She's inspired by cutting-edge technology and great design. When she's not managing all the things, she's exploring the NW with her family, hanging out on the water, or working on her 100-year old house.
I have a healthy distaste for clowns.
There, Their, They're, Thurr
North Dakota is a myth.
Megan specializes in taking care of customers and delivering on deadlines. She expertly juggles all the moving parts, keeping everyone "in the know." When she's not rocking the web design projects, Megan is a northwest girl at heart and enjoys biking, hiking, skiing, and tennis. Plus, if you ever find yourself in a bind, she'll be the first to whip out a tissue, Leatherman tool, or Tic Tac from her magic bag.
Thin Mints are my favorite.
May the User Research be with you.
And 5, 6, 7, 8!
The mountains are calling