John Davis is a Knoxville based Software Engineer. He has a background in wide range of web and software technologies working for both small businesses and enterprise level clients. With over ten years of experience working for a variety of clients in industries such as game development, education, e-commerce, medical wayfinding, and small business he can take any problem and create a maintainable efficient solution. He also serves as President of the American Flat Earth Society, a group dedicated to epistemology.
His specialties include web and mobile and software development.
"Perfection (in design) is achieved not when there is nothing more to add, but rather when there is nothing more to take away” -Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Margaux Verdera is a Knoxville based designer. She has extensive background in visual arts and architecture and has traveled around the world mastering her skills in design. Having mentored under some renowned artists and architects, Margaux is able to provide thoughtful design solutions for her award winning business, m+j design.
Her specialties include graphic design, wayfinding graphics, web design, interactive design, print work, and animation.
I may seem to be passionately concerned with the 'hows' of representation, how you actually represent rather than 'what' or 'why'. But to me this is inevitable. The 'how' has a great effect on what we see. To say that 'what we see' is more important than 'how we see it' is to think that 'how' has been settled and fixed. When you realize this is not the case, you realize that 'how' often affects 'what' we see. - David Hockney