I’m Jen Brigham
I’m a Minneapolis based WordPress developer & designer focused on creating awesome experiences on the web. Currently, I’m at Windmill Strategy.
A Little About Me
I’m a developer/designer focused within custom WordPress theme development. I’m experienced in all stages of the web build process – from sales and project scope creation, architecture and design, and deployment and maintenance. I’m also knowledgeable on SEO web practices and strategies, proficient with current web standards, and always eager to continue learning and growing. Being a hybrid developer/designer has taught me to design always being thoughtful of development needs and develop with consideration for design making sure every pixel is perfect.
Minneapolis Community and Technical College
Web Development & Design Certificates • 2013
University of St. Thomas
Bachelor of Arts Advertising Creative Track & Business • 2009
Lead Developer/Designer • November 2018 – Current
Our mission is to bring the power of modern marketing to B2B technical industries, so they can achieve greater success. Our websites and marketing services help technical, industrial, life science and manufacturing companies achieve increased visibility & engagement, higher quality leads, stronger branding, and greater marketing ROI to accelerate growth.
Manager, Web Developer & Designer • March 2015 – October 2018
I developed custom WordPress themes and worked with other digital teams to optimize client’s websites. I managed builds from the sales process, design, development, launch, and post-launch.
Graphic Designer & Front-End Developer • March 2013 – March 2015
Created WordPress websites for books and authors. I also got to concept, write, and design non-fiction children’s books and some local publisher book covers.
Dakota Jazz Club
Graphic Designer • 2011 – 2013
Designed all marketing, show, and promotional materials, including menu designs.
Alliance Française de Minneapolis / St Paul
Graphic Designer • 2009 – 2011
Designed all marketing, event, and promotional materials, including creating a 60+ page resource directory.