Hi there!

We’re an award-winning online services company committed to listening carefully to our nonprofit and small business clients and helping them achieve their goals.

If your company or organization needs help with online strategy, design, development, or implementation, we can help.

Services

Is it online? Then we probably do it.

Strategy

Whether you need to raise more money, increase sales, or collect more signatures for a key campaign, we have the expertise to help you out.

We’re fluent in the tools and strategies that’ll help you get more out of your investment in the online world. Whether you need advice about social media, help writing more engaging emails or site content, or assistance selecting the right technology, we’ve got you covered.

Design

Need to upgrade your website’s look? Starting a new company from scratch? Need an eye-catching email template for a new campaign? Our team can help!

We’re savvy in visual design, from logos and branding to complicated, multifaceted websites. Our approach blends creativity and innovation with modern usability best practices, and an understanding of your audience’s needs to produce work that’s beautiful, memorable, and effective.

Build

We have the skills to turn your ideas into reality. We’re savvy with code and experienced with a variety of platforms and technologies.

Drupal, WordPress, Convio, Salsa, NationBuilder, MailChimp? No problem. Responsive design, Javascript, CSS3, HTML5? Every day. Facebook App? Been there, done that. Our familiarity with different solutions lets us implement the one that’s right for you.

Maintenance

We believe in empowering our clients and providing great training, but we’re also happy to help with copywriting, software and security updates, email campaigns, ongoing support and the like — whatever helps you keep your online presence humming along.

And although we find it easiest to service and support what we’ve built, we’re also willing and able to assist with pre-existing systems.

Portfolio

Client List

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  • Student Conservation Association (SCA)

    Student Conservation Association (SCA)

    Convio
    Drupal
    SalesForce
    Back-end Development
    Card Sorting
    Content
    Content Migration
    Convio API
    First Impression Testing
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Usability Testing
    Web Design

    February 2014
    for Student Conservation Association

  • Global Health Report Card

    Global Health Report Card

    Salsa
    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development

    April 2013
    for Universities Allied for Essential Medicines

  • Women, Action, and the Media

    Women, Action, and the Media

    Salsa
    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Salsa API
    Web Design
    Wireframing/UX

    March 2013
    for

  • United for Zero

    United for Zero

    Salsa
    Front-end Development
    Salsa API
    Web Design
    Wireframing/UX

    January 2013
    for Global Zero

  • KeepAmericaFishing Day

    KeepAmericaFishing Day

    Fishidy
    Salsa
    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design

    June 2014
    for Keep America Fishing

  • 11 Most Endangered Historic Places

    11 Most Endangered Historic Places

    Convio
    Back-end Development
    Convio API
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design

    June 2014
    for National Trust for Historic Preservation

  • Project Largo

    Project Largo

    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design

    February 2014
    for Investigative News Network

  • Sportsmen’s Water Budget

    Sportsmen’s Water Budget

    Expression Engine
    Front-end Development

    June 2014
    for Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership

  • Center for Food Safety Salsa Optimization

    Center for Food Safety Salsa Optimization

    Salsa
    Donation Form Template
    Petition Template
    Responsive Design

    October 2014
    for Center for Food Safety

  • Cliff’s Amusement Park

    Cliff’s Amusement Park

    MailChimp
    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Content Migration
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Web Design
    Wireframing/UX

    April 2014
    for Cliff's Amusement Park

  • Kamau Bell

    Kamau Bell

    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Web Design
    Wireframing/UX

    March 2014
    for W. Kamau Bell

  • SCA Spirit Wall

    SCA Spirit Wall

    Convio
    Drupal
    Back-end Development
    Convio API
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Web Design

    May 2013
    for Student Conservation Association

  • UC Berkeley: Undocumented Student Program

    UC Berkeley: Undocumented Student Program

    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Web Design
    Wireframing/UX

    February 2014
    for University of California Berkeley: Undocumented Student Program

  • American Anti-Vivisection Society

    American Anti-Vivisection Society

    Salsa
    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Content Migration
    Donation Form Template
    First Impression Testing
    Front-end Development
    Fundraising
    Information Architecture
    Petition Template
    Responsive Design
    Tree Testing
    Usability Testing
    Web Design
    Website Audit
    Wireframing/UX

    September 2014

  • Waterkeeper Alliance

    Waterkeeper Alliance

    Salsa
    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Web Design
    Website Audit
    Wireframing/UX

    June 2014

  • Friends of the Earth

    Friends of the Earth

    Salsa
    Fundraising
    Responsive Design
    Wireframing/UX

    March 2014

  • Packard Center: Fiesta 5K

    Packard Center: Fiesta 5K

    Convio TeamRaiser
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Web Design

    January 2013
    for Packard Center for ALS Reserach

  • Brighter Futures Michigan

    Brighter Futures Michigan

    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Web Design
    Wireframing/UX

    February 2014
    for Martin Waymire Advocacy Communications

  • Investigative News Network

    Investigative News Network

    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Wireframing/UX

    February 2014

  • LIHEAP Action Center

    LIHEAP Action Center

    WordPress
    Branding Implementation
    Template Customization

    June 2014
    for Campaign for Home Energy Assistance

  • Innovation Policy Day 2014

    Innovation Policy Day 2014

    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Content Migration
    Responsive Design
    Template Customization
    Wireframing/UX

    March 2014
    for Glen Echo Group

  • Acumen Consulting Group

    Acumen Consulting Group

    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Template Customization
    Web Design

    January 2013

  • First 2000 Days

    First 2000 Days

    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Web Design
    Wireframing/UX

    September 2014

  • DriveCA

    DriveCA

    WordPress
    Identity Design
    Template Customization

    October 2014
    for Presente

  • Evangelical Immigration Table

    Evangelical Immigration Table

    Salsa
    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Web Design

    November 2013

  • Malveaux Mission

    Malveaux Mission

    Convio
    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Web Design

    August 2013
    for Packard Center for ALS Reserach

  • AE + SCA + YOU

    AE + SCA + YOU

    Convio
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Web Design
    Wireframing/UX

    March 2013
    for Student Conservation Association

  • Colorado River Basin Project

    Colorado River Basin Project

    Convio
    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Web Design
    Wireframing/UX

    January 2013
    for Environmental Defense Fund

  • Southwest Federal Credit Union

    Southwest Federal Credit Union

    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Web Design
    Wireframing/UX

    January 2013

  • Endangered Species Coalition

    Endangered Species Coalition

    Salsa
    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development

    February 2014

  • Girls Education Initiative Ghana

    Girls Education Initiative Ghana

    WordPress
    Template Customization

    October 2014
    for The Girls Education Initiative of Ghana

  • CT Mirror

    CT Mirror

    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Template Customization

    March 2014
    for

  • Michigan Local Roads

    Michigan Local Roads

    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design

    March 2014
    for Martin Waymire Advocacy Communications

  • Jewish Voice for Peace

    Jewish Voice for Peace

    Salsa
    Fundraising
    Responsive Design
    Salsa API
    Strategy

    March 2014

  • Dow Watch Campaign Microsite

    Dow Watch Campaign Microsite

    Salsa
    WordPress
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Wireframing/UX

    February 2014
    for Center for Food Safety

  • Video the Vote

    Video the Vote

    Front-end Development
    Web Design

    January 2013

  • Keep America Fishing

    Keep America Fishing

    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Web Design
    Wireframing/UX

    August 2013

  • Hebrew Home of Greater Washington

    Hebrew Home of Greater Washington

    Convio
    Fundraising
    Responsive Design

    March 2014

  • National Trust for Historic Preservation

    National Trust for Historic Preservation

    Convio
    Fundraising
    Responsive Design

    March 2014

  • Doha News

    Doha News

    WordPress
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design

    November 2013

  • New Mexico Mountain Club

    New Mexico Mountain Club

    Drupal
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Web Design
    Wireframing/UX

    May 2013

  • FUSE 2014 Conference Site

    FUSE 2014 Conference Site

    Salsa
    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Template Customization
    Web Design

    March 2014
    for Salsa Labs

  • The Sea Change Program

    The Sea Change Program

    MailChimp
    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Infographic Design
    Responsive Design
    Web Design

    March 2014
    for Sea Change Program

  • Fountain House Bronx

    Fountain House Bronx

    Blue State Digital
    Drupal
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Wireframing/UX

    March 2014

  • Chicago Makers Challenge

    Chicago Makers Challenge

    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Template Customization

    March 2014
    for Glen Echo Group

  • Indigenous Institute of Americas

    Indigenous Institute of Americas

    PayPal
    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Branding Implementation
    Front-end Development
    Identity Design

    September 2013
    for Indigenous Institute of the Americas

  • Fountain House College Re-Entry

    Fountain House College Re-Entry

    Blue State Digital
    WordPress
    Responsive Design
    Template Customization

    October 2014
    for Fountain House

  • San Francisco Food Bank

    San Francisco Food Bank

    Salsa
    Fundraising
    Responsive Design
    Strategy

    March 2014

  • Housing Corporate of Arlington

    Housing Corporate of Arlington

    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Web Design
    Wireframing/UX

    May 2013
    for Housing Corporation of Arlington

  • Stories from a Slow Food Nation

    Stories from a Slow Food Nation

    Convio
    Front-end Development
    Web Design
    Wireframing/UX

    January 2013
    for Slow Food USA

  • eLearn Institute

    eLearn Institute

    WordPress
    Web Design

    September 2014

  • Landmark Acoustics

    Landmark Acoustics

    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Template Customization

    March 2014

  • Family Member, Inc.

    Family Member, Inc.

    MailChimp
    PayPal
    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Strategy

    September 2013
    for Family Member

  • Gary Norvell: The One Man Shop

    Gary Norvell: The One Man Shop

    WordPress

    October 2014
    for Gary Norvell

  • Special Places

    Special Places

    MailChimp
    WordPress
    Content
    Front-end Development
    Identity Design
    Web Design
    Wireframing/UX

    September 2013

  • Privacy Project

    Privacy Project

    WordPress
    Branding Implementation
    Identity Design
    Responsive Design
    Template Customization

    June 2014
    for Stiftung Neue Verantwortung

  • Symbolia Magazine

    Symbolia Magazine

    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Responsive Design
    Web Design

    March 2014

  • Jews United for Justice

    Jews United for Justice

    Drupal
    Salsa
    Back-end Development
    Front-end Development
    Identity Design
    Responsive Design
    Wireframing/UX

    March 2014

  • NYC Alliance for CNR

    NYC Alliance for CNR

    Salsa
    WordPress
    Back-end Development
    Branding Implementation
    Content Migration
    Front-end Development
    Template Customization

    May 2014
    for City Harvest

  • Ad Hoc Telecommunications Users

    Ad Hoc Telecommunications Users

    WordPress
    Template Customization

    June 2014
    for Ad Hoc Telecommunications Users Committee

  • Access
  • American Anti-Vivisection Society
  • Center for Food Safety
  • Childrens Defense Fund
  • City Harvest
  • Clean Water Action
  • Columbia Riverkeeper
  • Endangered Species Coalition
  • Environmental Defense Fund
  • Friends of the Earth
  • Global Zero
  • Investigative News Network
  • Jobs with Justice
  • Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
  • Media Impact Funders
  • National Immigration Forum
  • National Security Network
  • National Trust for Historic Preservation
  • NTEN
  • Our Bodies Ourselves
  • Salsa Labs
  • Slow Food USA
  • Student Conservation Association
  • Symbolia Magazine
  • The Peace Alliance
  • University of California Berkeley: Undocumented Student Program
  • W. Kamau Bell
  • Waterkeeper Alliance
  • Women, Action, and the Media
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Cornershop designed an amazing logo and site flexible enough to accomodate our future needs, all within budget and on time. From project initiation to delivery, Cornershop was a joy to work with, asking all of the right questions and following up regularly to make sure we had everything we needed. We couldn’t be happier with the final result! Tracy KerchkofEnvironmental Defense Fund

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Blog

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Happy Halloween, friends!

Wherever you are today, and whether you’re dressed up in real life or only in spirit, we hope you enjoy the silly creativity of this Halloween Friday!

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A run-in with Javascript

Ever noticed how the first few words of an article in a print publication are often set in small caps? It’s a typographic convention known as a run-in and it can add a bit of sophistication to an… Read more

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Like magic: the new Salsa email template builder

Creating beautiful, mobile-responsive email templates for the Salsa donation and advocacy platform is now a breeze with the new Salsa Email Template Builder. Salsa product marketing manager calls it a “beautiful and magical end product,” and… Read more

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Revamping Our Bodies Ourselves

We’re over the moon about our recent site launch: OurBodiesOurselves.org. We couldn’t be more honored to work with this amazing and important organization, authors of Our Bodies, Ourselves — also known as the “women’s health bible.”  We were… Read more

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Happy Birthday, Cornershop Creative!

It’s hard to believe that it’s been two years since Cornershop’s articles of incorporation were accepted by the state of Michigan! A little over two years ago, Ben, Ira, and I were camped out in Ben’s living room, scrawling… Read more

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Cornershop wins big at Interactive Media Awards

Cornershop scooped up four awards from the Interactive Media Awards recently, and we couldn’t be prouder! Both the Cornershop Creative website and the Global Health Impact Report Card were awarded Best in Class awards, the highest honor… Read more

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SCA wins Golden Halo Award for AE+SCA+You

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: one of our favorite things about working with nonprofits is that it gives us the opportunity to bask in the warm glow of world-changers. One of those… Read more

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Welcome, Chris!

We’re thrilled to welcome Chris Harmoney to the Cornershop team as our new Back-End Developer. Huzzah! Chris began writing programs in HyperCard in elementary school, and has been telling computers what to do ever since. After receiving a BA… Read more

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The lowdown on Heartbleed

The Heartbleed bug allowed eavesdroppers to get glimpses of just about anything a vulnerable server was handling. It’s a serious issue and you should know how it affects you and what you need to do. Read more

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Who wants more donations?

Are you looking for an easy way to increase donations? Try asking for a smaller, but recurring gift, rather than a larger one-time gift. Why? Because monthly giving program data has continually shown that donors who… Read more

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Welcome to the team, Cecily!

We couldn’t be more excited to welcome Cecily Urizar-Faught to the Cornershop team as our new Technical Project Manager. Wahoo!! Cecily joins us from the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, where she spent 8 years… Read more

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Domains, DNS and hosting, oh my!

Understanding name servers, DNS records, domain registrars and website hosting can be a challenge even for people who have worked on the Web for years, but a quick overview coupled with a cheesy metaphor may help. Read more

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You are unreliable

When you’re redesigning your website, you can work very hard to make your page and folder titles clear, but you really can’t be sure that you’re not mired down in organization-specific lingo, acculturated meanings, and historic implications. Card sorting can help. Read more

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Technical Project Manager

Are you a technically-inclined project manager who can also write CSS? Or a super-organized front-end developer who can manage projects? Then have we got a job for you! We’re seeking an awesome person to join our… Read more

Values

We Respect Our Clients

We’re not here to get rich; if that was the case, we’d go into investment banking or found a startup with missing vowels in the name. No, we’re here because we love helping people achieve their goals. We know it’s not our clients’ jobs to be tech-savvy like we are, and that’s cool: we recognize that our clients bring their own insight and expertise. We respect your perspective, and respect the constraints — time, budget, etc. — you work within.

We Think Long-Term

We prefer lasting relationships with our clients over one-off, “fire and forget” work (which isn’t to say we won’t do one-offs, mind you). We’re more interested in clients who are looking to build long-term relationships with their customers and constituents and can see the big picture; sometimes it takes a little more investment up front to craft more flexible, future-friendly websites.

We Respect Ourselves

We’re a small team, and each of us has our own values and needs. We’re interested in working with clients who treat us as equal partners, not just the “hired help.” We’re not interested in working with organizations and causes whose values and goals conflict with our own beliefs (sorry, Tea Partiers). While the success of our clients is incredibly important to us, so are our families, and we aim to maintain a healthy work/life balance that keeps us energized and happy with our jobs.

We’re Good Citizens

We work to ensure that we’re doing everything the right way, from how we bill our clients to how we write our code to how we credit others whose work we rely and build upon. It’s about giving back to the communities we draw upon, and leaving the world (wide web) a better place than we found it.

We Respect Users

We identify with and respect the folks who use the sites we build, and we aim to create services and experiences that make sense to them. It’s not that sites need to be simple and engaging because people are dumb or don’t care; it’s that we’re all busy and have a legitimate expectation that things be easy to use. We acknowledge the realities of what users want and need, and fine-tune our work until it makes our clients (and their clients!) happy and engaged.

We Kick Butt

At the end of the day, we strive to do work that’s really, really good and that we can be proud of. It’s not just about being “good enough” that our clients are satisfied — it’s about taking care of the little extra things and subtle details that make a big difference in how successful a project is, whether before, during, or after it’s done.

Our Team

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Lesley Molecke

Co-founder and Chief Relationship Officer

Grenoble, France

Lesley has been working on the web since she was in high school and ran her own small web design shop before she could drive. Prior to founding Cornershop Creative, she served as Web Manager for Albuquerque Public Schools — one of the largest school districts in the nation — where she oversaw the main district site, 62 department sites, and 140 individual school sites.

Lesley has extensive experience performing user testing and usability studies, rewriting and improving complex language to appeal to a wide variety of audiences, and helping organizations adopt the right technologies to achieve their goals. Her heart really belongs to nonprofits and small businesses, where she can see the tangible benefits of a healthy web presence: donations, connections, engagements, and sales.

Lesley earned an English degree and an Executive MBA from the University of New Mexico. In 2012, she and her family began a new life in Grenoble, France, where her husband is pursuing a Ph.D. in Business Strategy. Lesley’s location allows Cornershop Creative to work virtually around the clock!

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Ira Horowitz

Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer

Ann Arbor, MI

Ira has more than a decade of online communications, advocacy and fundraising experience, primarily in planning and executing campaigns for nonprofit organizations. Ira has coordinated campaigns using Convio Luminate Online, Salsa, Blue State Digital and dozens of other email marketing, fundraising, and online advocacy tools.

In order to found Cornershop Creative, Ira left his role as Senior Project Manager for Firefly Partners, where he managed hundreds of online projects including website design/builds, CRM deployments, and online strategic planning. Prior to Firefly, Ira served as the online community organizer for Free Press, where he was responsible for executing online campaigns, leveraging social media and social networking sites, and providing innovative online organizing tools for supporters. Ira executed campaigns at Free Press that were awarded the 2007 People’s Choice Webby Award for Best Activism Website and the 2008 Convio Innovator Award for Best Advocacy Campaign. Ira has previously served as the Assistant Director of Outreach for American Jewish World Service, Assistant Campaign Director for the Fund for Public Interest, and Lead Organizer for Grassroots Campaigns, Inc.

Ira resides in Ann Arbor, Michigan with his wife, son, daughter, and two friendly cats.

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Ben Byrne

Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer

Richmond, IN

Ben has a BFA in Graphic Design from Iowa State University and has been designing professionally for nearly 13 years. To found Cornershop Creative, Ben left his position as senior front-end designer for New Signature, where his extensive experience with languages such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript were put to good use implementing his designs on several CMS platforms, including WordPress and Drupal.

Prior to joining New Signature, Ben worked as the lead graphic designer and web developer for Firefly Partners. Before that he was at Free Press, where he rolled his own CMS in addition to designing countless brands, brochures, and websites (one of which garnered a “People’s Choice” Webby award).

He has presented on the difference between print and web design, web typography, WordPress widgets, SASS+Compass, and on front-end performance optimization.

Ben lives in Richmond, IN with his wife, two kids, and labradoodle.

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Nick Ortiz

Web Developer

Rio Rancho, NM

Nicholas Ortiz has been working on the web since high school, but his real love for web programming started in middle school, when he built his first web pages for fun. Since then, he’s studied graphic design and digital media, computer information systems and web technology, and has worked as a freelance developer, an on-staff developer, and even an instructional technician. His passion has always led him back to the web, and we’re proud that he was Cornershop Creative’s first full-time employee.

Nick is a great team player who likes the idea of people using their unique talents and skills to help others. His talents and skills include his customer focus, his tenacity, and his breadth of knowledge in a variety of languages, including PHP, jQuery, CSS, JavaScript, C++, and Java. He enjoys customizing WordPress custom fields, post types and taxonomies to supercharge the CMS.

Nick lives outside beautiful Albuquerque, New Mexico with his wife, dogs, and cat.

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Cecily Urizar-Faught

Technical Project Manager

Tucson, AZ

Cecily has over ten years of experience creating successful websites that energize communities and bring supporters to the table. With her background in professional writing, Cecily specializes in content-based solutions for the changing landscape of the nonprofit’s online presence.

Before joining Cornershop Creative, Cecily spent 8 years as the Senior Web Developer and Designer for the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona. She developed and oversaw its five robust sites, all online fundraising and advocacy, hundreds of email marketing campaigns, and a varied and active social media presence. Cecily cultivated a multifaceted online fundraising campaign for the Community Food Bank that grew from yearly returns of below $25 thousand to $1.4 million in 2013. Cecily also ran her own small consulting firm focusing on web solutions for 501(c) organizations, First Flight Creative.

Cecily has an English degree from UMass with a concentration in Technical Writing and Professional Communication. She currently lives in Tucson, Arizona with her fiancé and two cats.

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Chris Harmoney

Senior Developer

Albuquerque, NM

Chris Harmoney began writing programs in HyperCard in elementary school, and has been telling computers what to do ever since. After receiving a BA in Economics from Washington State University, he went on to receive a graduate professional certification in Systems Engineering for Software Intensive Systems from Carnegie Mellon.

While at Washington State, he interned with Boeing, and was hired full-time before he graduated. Chris stayed with Boeing for ten years as an analyst and programmer, supporting and developing an eclectic collection of enterprise web and mainframe applications. The wide variety of software development projects allowed him to work in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, SQL, Java, ColdFusion, C/Pro*C, Perl, Python, shell scripting, XML, PHP and probably others.

Chris believes in the power of the Internet to help organizations succeed in their missions. He’s a big fan of the EFF, and shares that organization’s passion for internet advocacy.

Chris, his wife, and his two cats currently live in Albuquerque, NM.

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Helen O’Meara

Web Developer

Albuquerque, NM

Helen has been working with WordPress, Drupal, Salsa, and Convio for more than three years. She loves turning static design files into living, breathing websites, especially when responsive design is involved. She spends most of her time in HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP, and SQL.

Helen received a Bachelor of Arts in Music and a University Honors Citation from the University of Maryland, College Park, as well as a certificate in Web Technology from Central New Mexico Community College.

Like others on our team, Helen lives in beautiful Albuquerque. Unlike others, she shares her home with a house rabbit, and can be found rock climbing and board gaming when she’s not working in the web world.

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