Red Pebble Web Design specializes in websites that present scientific information. With a unique skill-set and years of experience collecting, analyzing and presenting scientific data, I work well with scientists and enjoy building websites that summarize research projects and present outcomes to the public. Specific skills include:
- Thorough understanding of the scientific process
- History of presenting scientific data orally and graphically
- Ability to look at information being presented from both the perspective of researchers and the perspective of the public
- Ability to collaborate with committees of scientists.
I have a Masters Degree… In Science
A long time ago, I received both BS and a MS degrees in science. Always a bit at odds with my love for all things artistic, I hit the jackpot with a job at the UMD Natural Resources Research Institute (NRRI). In addition to lab work and field work, the new-girl was given the onerous task of developing the websites required by the outreach component of several grants. I continue to work as an employee of NRRI, although I’ve officially moved through the ranks from Junior Scientist to Web Developer.
M.S. Geology, University of Delaware, 2000
A comparison of bed material transport through forested and grassed reaches of a small gravel bedded stream of the Pennsylvania Piedmont
B.S. Geology, B.S. Mathematics,
University of Minnesota, 1997
Minor in Computer Science
Portfolio of Scientific Websites
Sites built in collaboration with the University of Minnesota, Duluth, Natural Resources Research Institute, and Minnesota SeaGrant.