Started LimeCuda in 2010, manages project direction, and provides strategic guidance. Blake’s calling is to help companies succeed with the web. He has expertly guided hundreds of businesses to better serve and reach their customers on the web. He has been a featured speaker at conferences and seminars on Internet technology. When not glued to the computer screen, he enjoys home remodeling with his wife, chasing his young sons, woodworking, craft beer, and dabbling in the Austrian Economics school of thought. You can find him blogging at BlakeImeson.com or connect with him on LinkedIn.
Josh has been drawn toward the creative for most of his life. Starting off as a hoofer, drummer, woodworker, and then web developer, he has always sought the opportunity to be unique in all his creative ventures. A three-year detour as an accountant gave him a unique look inside the needs of multi-million dollar companies. He brings lessons learned from this experience to his approach to working with LimeCuda.
He and his wife, a wonderful photographer, live in South Carolina with their three children.
Elizabeth is the world’s best project manager as well as a great writer, designer, client manager, and social media manager.
Stephen Dickinson is a designer and front-end developer. We’ve really enjoyed having him contribute to our client projects. He’s got an intentionality to his approach, and he takes the time to invest in tools for projects that make them easier (and better) to manage over the long haul. In his free time, he also volunteers as a support moderator for the WordPress.org forums.
Ashleigh is a photographer and designer who is helping implement content on client sites.
Andrew is a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) and specializes in Linux, DevOps, DNS, information security, and many aspects of the deeper technical workings of networks.
When LimeCuda has a deeply technical problem or wants a system evaluated for best practice, we often turn to Andrew.