Jeffrey Veen is one of the founding partners of Adaptive Path and project lead for Measure Map, the well-received web analytics tool recently acquired by Google. After five years with Adaptive Path, Jeff has moved on to Google, where he was a Design Manager.
In January 2009, Jeffrey founded Small Batch, Inc., an internet services company currently in stealth mode.
As a consultant, Jeffrey has been involved in designing the leading blog and social media applications on the web, including Blogger, TypePad, Flickr, and more. Previously, Jeffrey served as the Executive Director of Interface Design for Wired Digital and Lycos Inc., where he managed the look and feel of HotWired, the HotBot search engine, Lycos.com and others.
In addition to lecturing and writing on Web design and development, Jeffrey has been active with the World Wide Web Consortium's CSS Editorial Review Board as an invited expert on electronic publishing. He is also a columnist for Webmonkey, the author of the acclaimed books "The Art & Science of Web Design" and "HotWired Style: Principles for Building Smart Web Sites".
In 1998, Jeffrey was named by CNet as one of the "First Annual Web Innovators" and has won the Communication Arts Interactive Annual award for his work on Wired News. Other clients include Technorati, Creative Commons, Macromedia, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and National Public Radio.
Jeffrey specializes in the integration of content, graphic design, and technology from a user-centered perspective.
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