JasonHunter Design was created in 2000 while I was a Junior at Mason-Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. I had a graphic design assignment and was totally dry on ideas so that night I took a trip to the local Barnes & Noble to go through their collection of design books in search of inspiration. As fate would have it, someone had left The Dummies Guide to Creating a Web Page in that section. I spent the entire night writing down codes in my sketch book (cheaper than buying the book). When they kicked me out at 11pm, I went home, fired up my computer and before 2am had created my first web page. It didn’t serve much purpose just sitting on my computer though. Before dawn I had purchased web space on a server and published my one page website. A few versions later I started letting friends and family know where they could find my work. I used it as an online portfolio of sorts so my family could see that I was spending their hard earned money well.
Within a few weeks, a friend of a friend has asked if I would build him a site for his music business. When I was done, he offered me $200. “Whoa! I can get paid to do this,” I said. And so, I marched down to the county seat and registered myself as a Self-Proprietor. Of course not too many jobs came in after that one so once I graduated I got the conventional job(s) at a design studio. When that company was showing signs of going under I was hired by my Alma Mater to teach high-school level Art classes. I loved this job, but as fate would have it, the word started to get out about my web design business and jobs starting coming in faster than I could handle. Before the school year was out, I resigned from my position to pursue JasonHunter Design as a full time career. That was in the spring of 2003 and I have been devoted to building my business ever since.
I have met some very talented people in all this time and have asked some of them to join in my vision of creating a truly global network for only the most inspirational of clients.
We hope you enjoy your visit to our site and think of us for any and all of your web design needs.
And remember, word of mouth is the greatest compliment you can pay someone. If you know anyone that is thinking of developing a new website, or just making changes to an existing one, please think of us.