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Julie is the web team’s fearless leader, strategist, and project manager, mapping out web project priorities that balance the needs of internal clients and the college as a whole. She also serves as the liaison between the Web Services Group and ITS, ensuring that the team’s work reflects Carleton’s strategic technology planning
Matt is the lead designer, interface expert, and information architect for the Web Services Group. In other words, he makes sure Carleton's pages work well and look good, and figures out how to organize them so that people can navigate through Carleton's website as easily as possible. He’s a passionate advocate for usability, accessibility, and positive user experiences on Carleton.edu.
Doug is the content guru of the Web Services Group—you might call him the “website doctor” (he even makes house calls around campus). You’ll find Doug holding drop-in help sessions in Sayles-Hill on Web Wednesdays, or working with site maintainers in academic departments and administrative offices to improve the content, appearance, and organization of their sites.
Steve brings both his design eye and front-end development skills to bear on Carleton’s websites, creating sites that express their own personality yet fit into Carleton’s overall web design standards. His recent projects include the Voice website redesign and Carleton’s Give Day site. He also designs many of the templates for Carleton’s email marketing campaigns.
Tom is new to Carleton but a seasoned web developer, bringing extensive programming and software design experience to the team. He is responsible for developing new and improved functionality for our Reason CMS, as well as integrating our website with other Carleton systems as needed, e.g. the directory, course catalog, Colleague, and Advance.
David is a top-notch web programmer as well as a professional artist (you may have seen his illustrations in the Winter 2017 issue of the Voice). Like Tom, his work spans the development of Reason and its integration with other back-end systems. Currently his duties include serving as technical lead for the Admissions redesign project.
If you’ve ever wondered what underlying technology drives our website, just ask Matt Lauer. He speaks the secret language of web servers and takes charge of the technical administration of our web-based software systems and infrastructure. In other words, he’s the guy who fine-tunes the engine powering all of Carleton.edu.