What if your designer also wrote clean, scalable code?

Most people in the web industry have focused predominately on either design or development. In some cases, they have even chosen a specific subset of one of those fields. While this can allow for great expertise in their chosen field, this can result in designers who have trouble adapting their ideas from print to the web (or vice-versa), or developers who know very little about user-interface principles or accessibility issues.

My name is Ezra Ekman. I've been designing identity systems, developing web sites and producing print materials for over a decade, for many major, high-traffic brands. As a designer, I have expertise in Photoshop, Illustrator, Pagemaker, Quark Xpress and Indesign. As a developer, I have extensive knowledge of HTML, XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and JSP. I am quite comfortable hand-coding each language, and am also fluent with Dreamweaver, Coda, UltraEdit, BBEdit and Inteli-J.

If you're looking for more than a decade of experience and a solid team player, your search is over. Browse my resume for more information, or view samples from my design portfolio. You can also see images from my photographic works.