Since 2001, we have worked closely with clients to understand their unique needs, create effective online tools, and solve their business problems.
We’re grounded in extensive experience with elegant, user-centered design; open-source technology; high-quality web and mobile application; and smart development.
We move with the pace of technology. We’re always interested in trying something new and unexpected to serve you. All this streamlines processes, improves collaboration, and brings you success.
Eric has spent fifteen years in interactive media working in a variety of design, technology, and project management roles. Since starting Squishymedia in 2001 he has worked to build a practice that makes a positive contribution to our communities through the successes of our clients.
Kelly has over a decade of technical writing and information management experience. Her background in scientific research has drawn her to information architecture and content management for digital media projects.
Nell has ten years of experience as a developer and system administrator working on some of the largest sites on the web. She believes in open culture, smart systems, and elegant design, and has been a contributor to the open source community for as long as she has been involved in technology.
This Dutch-bike riding Dutchman came through the Northwest on a sabbatical and never left. He is an inventor and tinkerer with a love for creating software and hardware alike. He helps build the technology that runs our clients' websites.
senior project manager
John comes from a long line of professional cat-herders, and has been successfully leading web projects of all kinds since the last millennium. He cut his teeth working with some of Silicon Valley's largest and most demanding organizations, and he will leave no detail untracked, no question unanswered, and no objective neglected.
After eight years of working in the semiconductor industry and a doctorate, James made a career change into software development. He has been working as a full stack developer ever since and works to absorb as much knowledge as possible about the field. When not sitting behind a computer, you can find James desperately clinging to a rock somewhere or hiking for days on end sustained only by dehydrated mashed potatoes.