We build tailored solutions for brave clients.
After working in-house for ministries and software companies for years, I (Jeremy) needed to reach out and work with more clients than I could as a part-time freelancer. At the beginning of 2012, I created a new kind of studio, Craft+Story, to focus on joining quality craftsmanship in design and development with compelling storytelling for the web and mobile devices.
Craft+Story is still young, but I've been doing development and design with corporations, startups, and ministries since 2001.
After leaving the Air Force Academy, I went to work for a small web agency where I learned about web design, development, content management, shopping carts, and running servers. After a few years at the agency and doing in-house work for a software start-up, I went to work for a ministry, Generals International, where I spent over six years building a web department and learning how to think more strategically to realize bigger and crazier goals.
During that same time, my blog, pocketrevolutionary.com, got some nice attention. I was privileged to write a book, TYPO3 Templates, which has been used to teach TYPO3 development at agencies across the world, and I got more involved with the TYPO3 community through speaking at conferences and helping with the launch of the new TYPO3.org.
In 2012, after years of helping to grow the Generals web department and an agency on the side, I left to run Craft+Story full time.
We are currently taking on a handful of new clients each year. If you'd like to work with us, you can fill out the handy automated form below or just send an email to [email protected] with some information about your project.
We are currently accepting clients for November 2014 and later.
Interested in working for us and learning on the job? We have an opening for a frontend developer/designer!