I am James Swearengin and I am a graphic and web designer. I love learning new things about the world of design and I try to improve my skills every day.
My first memorable internet experience was when I was about 13 years old. I created a basic skateboarding website called 812 Skateboarding and I recruited a team of skateboarders to post videos, pictures, tricks, reviews and other media related content on the website. Once the site started getting more popular, I started selling advertising space in exchange for free gear such as skateboards, wheels, and clothes. Read More »
I started learning how to code websites when I was about 12 years old. I used free domain names and free webhosting services such as Angelfire and Geocities. I had a couple of buddies who I learned how to code HTML with and continued from there by learning whatever I could. It has been 18 years since I started making websites and I’m still here making websites!
I graduated high school on a technical path and in 2010 I graduated from Chattahoochee Technical college with an associates degree in web design and an internet specialist certificate. Read More »