Author of RUNTCPIP.com; A blog that showcases my skills while receiving worldwide attention and awards after graduating in 2016 with a degree in Network Infrastructure.
A person with an appreciation for not taking the traditional path into a 40 hour work week, collaboration with others, meeting new people 🤝🏽 Won awards and featured all sorts of places.
A self-learner: Azure, UI/UX, email marketing, programming.
Client testimonials are on my LinkedIn.
About tech; E-mail marketing, instructions, walkthroughs, and of course, blogging. All with humor and informative style. I'm Also On Medium
These are things I've done just for fun, or after being chosen by a company for work as a trusted outsourced employee to major companies.
There are far more @ runtcpip.com.
You've heard of Cisco, now here comes Juniper.
They've been around for awhile.
In case you didn't click the link in the 'front end programming' section.
Keep your heart and your tech open source, not your ports or your networks.
As a UX/UI research consultant Morgan's skills and attention to detail are a breath of fresh air! Her actionable insights and recommendations are invaluable, especially for early stage tech products and websites.
Morgan has been a crucial part of Bridges in Tech team. She crafted easy to read engaging emails every week unfailingly. She pays close attention to details and never missed a deadline. She finds creative ways to solve problems. It’s been a pleasure working with her, and I’m sure anyone that works with her will be lucky to have her.
Casual Tech Writing: There's no need for industry-specific jargon when speaking to the masses. Tech is for everybody, and let's make sure everybody understands it. I'm here to write about text in a casual way. Also can do e-mail marketing.
UX Auditing: Most People Give Up. See an error on a page? They leave the page. They don't click through. They don't buy.
You don't get a customer.
I go deeper. I let you know. I show you videos. I look at console logs. I did not intend this to be a free-word poem.
Your engineers are busy working on the back-end.
I give the real user experience so you can get the real value.
IT Operations Tech: "Why can't I reach the internet?" I'll find out! (It's probably DNS, let's be real.)
Documentation, technical written training, support for endpoints, printers, mobile devices, break/fix troubleshooting, for both Windows and Macs. Mail, Docs, Calendar, and Drive, first line troubleshooting for technical and non-technical staff.
Centering a Div? Good luck.