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80/20 Interaction Design
I have to give credit to Roy Rosenzweig (August 6, 1950 – October 11, 2007), who was an historian at George Mason University. Roy paved the path for my career in website management, development and design by first hiring me as a part-time freelancers to convert Corel WordPerfect documents into HTML pages and catalog hundreds of images for "Exploring the French Revolution CD-ROM and website project. He was so excited about the Internet and how it would change the way students and the general population could learn history and make it more engaging. The end result of his passion was the creation of Center for History and New Media, which uses digital media and computer technology to encourage participation in presenting and preserving the past. His unwavering support and belief in my abilities to quickly learn new things is what makes me want to help small businesses and organizations leverage Internet and mobile technologies to build better relationships with their users and to increase company productivity, efficiency and profitability. His vision and leadership for what could be accomplished is what continues to inspire me today and drives my passion for designing, developing, and delivering fabulous, clean, and usable websites and web applications.
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