From the Desk of Jeffrey Zeldman

Hi, I’m Jeffrey, and I’ve been designing websites since 1995.

I’ve seen fads and patterns come and go. But the truth of design has never changed. You want people to connect emotionally with your product or service. I can help you make that happen. It’s what I do. Read more.

Forging a real connection takes honest communication, empathy, and fairness. It also takes passion for the work. You’ll notice it the first time we sit down to discuss your project. And five years from now, when your site is still satisfying you and your toughest customers.

When you hire me, you also hire the smartest and most talented designers, coders, and strategists I know.

Your project is serious. We both know that. So look around. Talk to other agencies and studios. Then please talk to me. You’ll be glad you did.

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P.S. Here are a few of the things I’ve done...

Co-founded a publishing company.
A Book Apart creates brief books for people who make websites. Our titles, such as “Responsive Web Design” and “Mobile First,” are legend.

Founded and since 1998 have published A List Apart, a journal of industry-changing insights. 3,340,024 readers, 5,126,066 sessions (2015)

Co-founded An Event Apart, a conference setting trends and predicting the future for over 10 years.

Front cover of Designing With Web Standards, 3rd Edition, by Jeffrey Zeldman with Ethan Marcotte.
Wrote the bible of modern web design–the book that changed an entire industry. More than 85 universities–including New York University, UCLA, Dartmouth, and Brigham Young–list it as required reading.
Jeffrey Zeldman, Little Zeldman, and friend at Hall of Fame induction party, Austin, Texas, March 2012.
Was the first human being inducted in the SXSW Interactive Hall of Fame (in 2012).
Photo of New York designers Jake Barton, Jeffrey Zeldman, Allan Chochinov, and Eddie Opara in Print Magazine 2016 cover story.
Chosen for PRINT Magazine’s 2016 cover story “The Game Changers,” featuring the top designers in New York.
Homage to the Twitter avatar.
350,000 Twitter followers.
Logo treatment for The Big Web Show on 5by5 network.
Created and host the award winning Big Web Show. It's “everything web that matters.” Podcast of the year (2010), design agency of the year (2010), standards champion of the year (2009, 2010) – .net

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