Aug 23, 2012

Team Profile: Ben Homan

Updated April 11, 2013

What is your name?
Ben Homan

What do you do at NetSource Technologies, and how long have you worked here?
Graphic Designer, less than 1 year.

Ben Homan

Ben Homan

Do you have any nicknames?
No

When is your birthday?
Jan 26

Hometown / Where have you lived?
Clermont, FL / Virginia, Washington D.C.

When did you become interested in art and design?
When I saw the detail in a Trident Tropical Twist gum package…seriously, how did they do that?

When did you become interested in creating websites?
When I realized you could do it from any location.

What is your favorite part of creating a new website?
The Design Stage The Breakout Stage

What is your favorite part of your job?
The people/relationships made.

When did you become interested in computers and technology?
When I was a child.

What piece of technology could you not live without?
A phone.

Do you have any hobbies?
Disciple men who are eager to learn about Jesus.

What are your top three moments in your life so far?
Baptism, Marriage, …just two so far.

What is your favorite color?
Turquoise

What is your favorite sport? Do you have a favorite team?
Bull riding, spectating only

What are your favorite TV shows?
The Walking Dead, Prison Break was a good one, the older seasons of The Office.

What are your favorite websites or blogs?
Web Designer Depot

Twitter or Facebook? (and why)
I am hearing buzz about Kippi.

Tell us about your family!
My wife, Jaimie, is awesome. We are newlywed  2 years in and do not have any children yet.

Do you have any pets?
No…unless you count the few chickens. (Fresh eggs every day)

If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would you go?
I would like to live in India for a bit.

If you couldn’t be a web designer anymore, what career would you pursue?
Consultant

If you could choose to have any superpower, what would it be?
Wisdom

How do you think technology will change in the next 10-20 years?
It will probably be harder to use and you will have to buy more stuff to be able to use it.

What tips would you give to a business that is just starting out with their first website?
Keep it simple, clean, easy to navigate, and choose an easy to remember domain name.

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