Digital Strategist Joshua Lieb has a deep knowledge of web development, content management, and programming thanks to his more than than 15 years of web development experience in the government, publishing, and NGO sectors. His proven capabilities in developing custom solutions for complex web applications and leveraging open-source technologies has continually benefited our clients and team members alike.
Joshua — who is a second-generation open-source software developer — started out building websites as a soup-to-nuts web developer in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he worked with municipalities and other governmental clients. After moving to the DC area in 2001, he built content management systems for enterprise clients including the World Bank Institute, the Washington City Paper, and the National Association of Attorneys General.
“I love to approach an application holistically; I consider its technical, business, and user requirements, then translate all those needs into a functional model.”
He earned a BA in Politics from the University of California, Santa Cruz.
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