We help smart people create tailored digital products including apps, websites, and e-commerce.
After working in-house for ministries and software companies for years, I (Jeremy) needed to reach out and work with more clients than I could as a part-time freelancer. At the beginning of 2012, I created a new kind of studio, Craft+Story, to focus on joining quality craftsmanship in design and development with compelling storytelling for the web and mobile devices.
Craft+Story is still young, but I've been doing development and design with corporations, startups, and ministries since 2001.
I was originally a software developer and engineer, but I always loved the challenges that came with working inside the browser. After studying programming and teaching myself basic web design and development in college, I got a job for a small agency where I learned about content management systems, shopping carts, and running servers from a true mentor.
After a few years in the wilderness of client and in-house work, I went to work for a ministry, Generals International, where I spent over six years building a web department and learning how to think more strategically to realize bigger and crazier goals. During that same time, my blog, pocketrevolutionary.com, got some attention, and I was privileged to write a book, TYPO3 Templates, and get more involved with the TYPO3 community through conferences and helping with the launch of the new TYPO3.org.
In 2010, my friends and I launched and grew a small multidisciplinary agency for small businesses and ministries. I learned how much I really loved solving business problems, but I needed to specialize in the web and mobile. After years of helping to grow the Generals web department and the agency, I left to create a new kind of studio dedicated to craftsmanship on the web and mobile devices.
If you'd like to work with us, you can fill out the handy automated form below or just send an email to email@example.com with some information about your project.
We are currently accepting clients for Spring 2014.