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ASSETT Web Team Office: Marine Street Science Center, Room E288

Email: assettweb@colorado.edu

Our web team is comprised of talented and experienced web designers, we are committed to bringing your department’s web site up-to-date, easy to use, and attractive. Ryan Carney-Mogan is our Application Developer, Brenda Niave is our Web & Graphic Designer and Nigel Packer is ASSETT’s Web Design Assistant.

Profiles:


Brenda Niave portrait
Brenda Niave, Web and Graphic Designer

Brenda.Niave@colorado.edu
303-735-5679
Room E288

 

Role at ASSETT

Design and create academic websites for CU Boulder. Create department marketing material and collateral. Provide website technical support to all clients. Project management.

Bio

I am a University of Colorado Denver alumni holding a BFA with emphasis on Web Design and a Minor in Communication. I enjoy my family, photography, drawing, and bike riding.
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Nigel Packer portrait
Nigel Packer, Web Design Assistant

Nigel.Packer@colorado.edu
303-735-5615
Room E288

 

Role at ASSETT

Department web design and training.

Bio

I am currently a CU student studying music and computer science. I enjoy playing the piano, photography and hiking.

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Joshua ferge portrait
Joshua Ferge, Web Design Assistant

joshua.ferge@colorado.edu
303-578-2183
Room E288

 

Role at ASSETT

Department web design.

Bio

I’m Josh, a Freshman Computer Science student at CU Boulder, I’ve always been interested in web development, and at ASSETT I get to explore the many aspects of the craft. I am a native of Colorado, and grew up in Englewood, a suburb of Denver. In my spare time, I enjoy reading, snowboarding, and cheering on the Denver Broncos.

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Alex Howard portrait
Alex Howard, Web Design Assistant

Alex.Howard@colorado.edu
303-578-2183
Room E288

 

Role at ASSETT

Department web design, training, post processing, and filming.

Bio

I am currently a CU graduate student studying computational linguistics. I have a fervent love for design, programming, and data mining/sentiment analysis, as well as spending time with my family.

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