Things here look pretty sparse
There's a reason for that. Aside from not wanting to wake the dragon, of course.
I am training in front-end web development to compliment my digital design skills. The more I learn to code, the more I'll be building (hand coding) onto this site.
But hey, in the meantime:
I represent what is (to me, at least) a fascinating sliver of the population: someone who grew up both a digital native and dialing—yes, dialing—a rotary phone. The result is an approach that is as mechanical and spatial as it is digital.
A Bit About Me
Eileen Wiedbrauk is a writer, tech geek, designer, coffee addict, cat herder, public library advocate and employee, former editor and founder of World Weaver Press, MFA grad, Odyssey Workshop alum, web developer-in-training, kdrama devotee, avid reader, and a somewhat decent cook. She wears many hats, as the saying goes. Which is an odd saying in this case, as she rarely looks good in hats.