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Jen Sharber

Jen Sharber is a service designer in the fine city of Chicago, where she works as a consultant with small businesses who aim to do good for their communities.

In years prior, she led knowledge management and digital strategy programs at Teach For America, designing for the unique struggles of brand-new teachers. Jen spent her early professional years as the proverbial UX shop of one, doing a mashup of content strategy, information architecture, and web usability consulting.

Jen is passionate about coaching new designers. Her favorite challenges include building impossibly large affinity diagrams and mixing the perfect Aviation.

Justin Lee

Justin Lee is the Design Lead for the Center for Academic Innovation, as well as Lead Media Designer, at Capella University. With nearly two decades of experience as a graphic and web designer, and as a self-proclaimed experimenter, stretching his creative muscles and trying new things is commonplace for Justin.

Jen Kramer

For more than fifteen years, Jen Kramer has been educating clients, colleagues, friends and graduate students about the meaning of a “quality website.” Since 2000, she has built websites that are supportive of business and marketing goals in a freelance capacity and as part of an agency.

Jen is a Lecturer at Harvard University Extension School in the Master’s of Liberal Arts in Digital Media Design, teaching five courses per year, advising students, and assisting in curriculum design.

Jen is also a prolific video author, creating 27 training courses for, O’Reilly Media, and Aquent Gymnasium.

She is also available for individual private tutoring, customized classroom training, and occasional freelance web design work.

Jen earned a BS in biology at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MS in Internet Strategy Management at the Marlboro College Graduate School.

Jason Yee

Jason is a technical writer and monitoring evangelist at Datadog, where he spreads the message that monitoring increases knowledge and knowledge is power. Prior to becoming an evangelist he was the DevOps & Web Performance community manager at O’Reilly Media and a software developer at MongoDB. In his spare time you can often find him travel hacking, cooking in a restaurant or hunting for rare whiskies.

Heidi Waterhouse

Heidi is a widely experienced technical writer with an interest in writing herself out of work. She specializes in creating entire documentation suites for new companies and products in less time than you would believe possible. She speaks on topics like search-led writing, starting new documentation products, and whistleblowing as a technical writer.

Corey Vilhauer

Corey Vilhauer is a user experience strategist at Blend Interactive, a web strategy, development, and design firm in the middle of the Midwest. He is a recovering advertising copywriter and a closeted fan of professional wrestling. He writes at length about methodology, empathy, and small-business content strategy at Eating Elephant, and writes about other things at Black Marks on Wood Pulp.

Michelle Schulp

Michelle is an independent graphic designer and front-end developer in Minneapolis. Before beginning her career, she studied Visual Communications, with minors in Psychology and Sociology. Together, this resulted in a love of How To Solve Problems. Lately she has been specializing in WordPress theme development and high-end presentation design for her clients. She loves the open source community and speaks/volunteers/organizes at WordCamps and other events and conferences around the country.

Mykl Roventine

Mykl is a web designer and passionate community builder. As owner of Orange Jackalope Creative, he specializes in the design and development of a variety of digital experiences for both local and national organizations.

In addition to building engaging websites with WordPress, Mykl is the director of Social Media Breakfast – Minneapolis/St. Paul, host of the Social Media Boombox podcast, and co-organizer of the MN Blogger Conference. He speaks frequently on the topics of design, typography, and social media.

Adrian Roselli

Adrian is a member of the W3C Web Platform Working Group, W3C Accessible Rich Internet Applications Working Group, and W3C Accessibility Task Force. He has written articles for trade journals, web sites, and participated as an author and editor on five web-related books. Back in 1998 he co-founded a software development consulting firm before leaving at the start of 2016 to start all over. Some may recognize Adrian from his days helping to run, one of the first communities for web developers. Adrian has been developing for the Web since 1993.

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