Josh Dodd eats, sleeps, walks and talks his work. He lives in the 1920s-era loft studio he rehabbed on Charleston’s West Side, boasting of his commute to his business partner, Megan Bullock, who divides her time between the Charleston studio and Brooklyn, New York.
He wanted to expand web technology in his hometown. She wanted to design for it. Hello MESH Design and Development.
Josh packs a WVU bachelor’s in computer science and worked with the University to develop internal web platforms, experience he applies to developing large-scale web systems for MESH clients.
He’s also working toward a master’s degree in human
-computer interaction from DePaul University, bringing that approach to creating user-friendly online experiences.
Expect clean coding and easy user interface in his projects. AIGA Pittsburgh noted his work on developing user-generated content. He has taught workshops on open source platforms for the Kanawha Valley Arts Council, and he plans to see to it that open source technology is a key component in West Virginia’s future economy.
It was Josh’s interest in vintage architecture followed up with personal craftsmanship that earned the Preservation Alliance’s 2011 notice for rehabilitation of a historic space in a redeveloping community.
Way to go Tom!! http://t.co/K7evnFV3Ru
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