Beyond creating engaging and informative websites, Kelsey is especially interested in accessibility – one important but often overlooked ingredient of successful websites.
“My main focus is creating digital products that are inclusive, accessible and can serve the widest possible audience,” she explains.” When approaching a project I apply my technical skills with tenacity and a drive to produce the best possible outcome for clients and end users.”
Kelsey’s always at the ready to provide consultation during every phase of any website project, and she supports all our VisionPoint internal website initiatives as well. She’s a whiz at troubleshooting on a system level and at user experience testing; she makes sure the final results of any project are the best they can be.
Before joining VisionPoint, Kelsey worked on a wide variety of web projects for clients ranging from small start-up companies to commercial vendors. When we asked Kelsey where she would go if she had a time-machine, she answered, “1890, so I could meet Nikola Tesla.” Spend a few minutes with Kelsey and it all makes sense: Like Tesla, Kelsey’s always more concerned with doing the best work possible for her clients than she is about getting any credit for herself.
When she’s not coding websites or sharing the latest tech buzz on the company’s Slack channel, Kelsey’s reading Philip K. Dick, creating interactive art for the web and contemplating technology’s role in shaping the human experience.
“There is nothing stronger than a broken woman who has rebuilt herself.”
– Hannah Gadsby
Kelsey lived in Italy and worked on an archaeological dig site for a month and a half.