Jared Christensen left Corporate America in 2007 to nurture his on-the-side Web design and development work into a full-blown, full-time gig. The result is Jared Design, the name under which Jared slices and dices design elements into clean semantic markup. (All in between games of racquetball and catching up on King of Queens reruns, of course.)
Jared started his career solely in graphic and Web design, but quickly moved into front-end Web development, honing his programming skills and conquering Flash while working for Better Homes and Gardens’ Web site, BHG.com. From there, he put his passion for Web standards to good use as the Lead Front End Developer at the Iowa Foundation for Medical Care.
Now, Jared splits his time between designing, developing, and consulting for people just like you who want a smart, appealing, useful Web site without all the trouble of doing it yourself.