Hi. I’m Josh.

I’m a front end developer working & living in Washington, D.C.
I design & build clean, modern, effective websites using HTML, CSS, & jQuery.

I also look fabulous in a kilt.




Yes, more please!

Joshua Brown

Talespinner Children's Theater

Talespinner Children's Theatre

Freelance
Design, HTML, CSS & jQuery

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Loganberry Books

Loganberry Books

Freelance
Design, HTML, CSS & jQuery

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Aztek

Aztek

For Aztek
HTML, CSS & jQuery

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Lubrizol K2M

Lubrizol K2M

For Aztek
HTML, CSS & jQuery

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TRG Reality

TRG Reality

For Aztek
HTML, CSS & jQuery

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ShurTech

Shurtech

For Aztek
HTML, CSS & jQuery

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Cuyahoga Arts Council

Cuyahoga Arts Council

For Aztek
HTML, CSS & jQuery

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GeoCorp, Inc.

GeoCorp, Inc.

For Aztek
HTML, CSS & jQuery

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These are just the latest and greatest. In 7½ years at Aztek I've probably worked on a couple hundred sites of varying complexity. I'd be happy to provide more links if you want to see more of my work.

Joshua Brown

About Me

Current position: Senior Designer at Aztek.

Skills: Adobe Creative Suite (Dreamweaver CC, Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, Flash CS5, Premiere CS5, After Effects CS5). HTML/CSS/jQuery ninja. AngularJS/NodeJS grasshopper. 7½ years front-end development in a .NET environment. Familiar with all aspects of project management, from planning to development to testing to client communication. Download my résumé

Loves: Cleveland - my hometown. Beer (Got Pike XXXXX Stout where you live? You're my new best friend.) The Princess Bride. 80's hair metal. Zombies. Joss Whedon. Politics. Macs and PCs.

Give or Take: Baseball. AC/DC. Winter cold and summer heat. Chuck Norris (Bruce Campbell is my guy.) Driving.

Hates: Zombies. Politics. Metallica (Load to St. Anger). Internet Explorer.

Joshua Brown

Contact Me

I am available for freelance work. .

Got a really large project? Please consider Aztek.

Yes, kilts. In 2003 I played a great Scottish warrior known as "the Douglas", in the Cleveland Shakespeare Festival's production of Henry IV. We thought it would be appropriate for me to wear a kilt for the role, so I bought a velcro-closure, polyester "Sport Kilt"… and I loved it! I started wearing it around the house, and eventually out in public, but lack of pockets made it impractical. Then I found the Utilikilt — a kilt with cargo pockets! I wear mine all the time. I even got married in an authentic Scottish kilt, in my wife's family tartan. It cost more than her dress.

The short version? Hire me, and not only will you be getting a talented designer, you'll be getting a fashionable one.

Me as the Douglas
The start of it all