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Getting Bigger Like the Hulk

By on Aug 22, 2006 in Loud Dog News

We would like to give an official welcome to our four newest employees, Jodi, Marty, Mat and Tia. They are a mostly irreplaceable group, bringing years of experience to our team. We appreciate not only their talents, but their charm, wit and awesome hairdos.

Jodi Wing is a graphic designer who has worked with Loud Dog for years. She recently came aboard full-time as our Art Director after needing some extra cash to pay off her loan shark, Barry. Once paid off, Jodi decided to remain with Loud Dog, as we would be in great distress without her. In her spare time Jodi enjoys climbing up things, tasting things, making things and buying gifts for her esteemed coworker and lifelong idol, Jon.

Martholomew Ferrini is a Front-End Developer who found his way to Loud Dog when he got lost in North Beach and wandered into our offices cold and hungry. We fed him and, while he slept, we chained him to a desk, guilting him into working for us in exchange for our generosity. In the future Marty hopes to escape from Loud Dog, making his way across the Bay to his wife and daughter (and his secret stash of antique Twinkies).

Mat Bergman, our new Senior Front-End Developer, is an industry veteran with over ten years of web experience. Mat translates great designs into superior web sites that emphasize usability, accessibility and maximum performance. Mat’s groundbreaking contributions to web development include interactive, dynamic interfaces powered by technologies like AJAX, DHTML, Flash and JavaScript. Mat ensures that the quality of Loud Dog’s web sites exceed our clients’ demands. Mat also likes puppies saying they “are okay, but taste a little like chicken.”

Tia Ninzeheltzer, formerly of the band Heltzer-Skeltzer, has come on board as our new Mid-Level Designer. Tia spends her evenings as a valet at Joe’s Lambshank, a job necessitated by her ever-growing and impressively extensive Kojak memorabilia collection. When not polishing the heads of Telly Savalas dolls, she enjoys perusing the contents of her neighbor’s trash looking for carelessly discarded potato chips that resemble her long-lost puppy, Champers.

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