We are a fine-tuned engine of freelancers, entrepreneurs and drop-outs. Our overlapping skills allow us to anticipate the needs of coworkers and clients alike. Without the structural limitations set by most larger companies, we’re able to work faster and more efficiently. Here are the people that make it happen.
Much of our vision as a company can be attributed to our lead project manager and fearless leader. John’s a born motivator who could sell honey to a bee-keeper. He eats business plans for breakfast, development schedules for a late lunch, and crunches code for a midnight snack. Give this guy a good idea, and he’ll give you a business.
Our CSS guru and resident Apple fanboy has the rare ability to think as a gifted front-end developer and a pixel perfect designer simultaneously. When a designer and developer start grinding gears, Ryon’s got just the right compromise up his sleeve. Not to mention his strategic/copy insights, which have saved us a million times over.
Holding a group of young designers and developers to a schedule is no easy job, but this entrepreneurial juggernaut does just that. Our night-owl of a suit is the owner of more businesses at twenty-four than most people are their entire lives. Mike’s late night business ideas are legendary, and his hunger to cultivate new talent is insatiable.
Ali’s dedication to improving herself both as a designer and front-end developer has taken Jarvus by storm. Her ability to tip-toe the line between designer and developer is a rare gem in our industry, and she continues to impress our team every day.
After years of hacking and freelance gigs, Henry coded his masterpiece; Artician.com. Having overcome the development demons of social networks, Henry moved on to take a key role in laying the foundations of Emergence (emer.ge). Our back-end whiz kid has been kicking ass and learning script languages for almost a decade. A born teacher, his secondary function is to train and assimilate coders into the Jarv.us family.
Our youngest back-end dev began as an intern for Jarv.us while still in high school. Fast forward a year and “Big Tony” plays a vital role in our development engine; providing back-end support on most of our products and client projects.
Sampling both front and back-end coding wasn’t enough for this voracious learner. Jon’s drive to always know more has earned him a seat at the Jarvus table as a junior project manager and up and coming developer.