About Jeff Cohan and nSiteful Web Builders, Inc.
About Me (Jeff Cohan)
Formally trained in liberal arts and education (I have a B.A. in Government from Harvard and studied Secondary Education at Rutgers Graduate School), I have honed my skills in the communication arts and sciences as a teacher, trainer, instructional designer, writer, photographer, calligrapher, helpdesk manager, database programmer, and multimedia developer.
(I've also been a group counselor, waiter, bartender, bicycle messenger boy, computer salesman, carpenter's helper, financial analyst, and school board president.)
B.A. Harvard College
Rutgers Graduate School of Education
I’ve been designing and building systems since 1983, Web sites since 1994, Web applications since 2001, and WordPress/hybrid sites since 2007.
And as proficient as I might be in the technologies of the Web, I believe my greatest strength as a Web developer is non-technical: namely, helping you clarify your value proposition and then creating a Web presence that presents that value proposition in the most compelling way for the members of your target audiences.
My wife (Margie) and I are the proud parents of Sarah and Jake. I’m the founder, president and chief cook and bottle washer of nSiteful Web Builders, Inc., a Web development and Internet Consulting firm started in January of 2004. In my spare time, I build Web sites and Web applications, play guitar, putter around my basement woodworking shop, mercilessly spoil my grandchildren, and create videos from more than two decades of home movies. My current video project is an extended montage of people (mainly family members) asking me to stop filming them.