For the past 12 years, I have created interfaces with human factors in mind. The core of my philosophy is making it simple and easy to use.
My specialty is bespoke eCommerce. When you need something that doesn’t exist, and everything is complicated, I love the challenge of making all the pieces work together.
For a few years, I have worked on the digital side of the music and entertainment business. It’s maddening, but rewarding, and that’s why I keep doing it. No, I will not listen to your f**kig mixtape.
When it comes to what I do, I’m on the more expensive side of things. Plenty of developers out there will build you a cheap site. That’s not me. I’m the Beautiful Majestic Dolphin. I do badass work.
That’s a rough guess in millions of dollars, total revenue from all the projects I have worked on. I like making money.
Broken hearted venture capitalist firms, who walked away from projects that later took off. Sucks to be them.
Cups of coffee, every single morning. I like getting wired at 8AM and making shit happen.
People on my go-to team, either staff or people I trust with anything. We literally win awards and stuff. It’s a big deal.
Furthermore, its positioning as an artist-centered technology means that artists can be directly involved in Resonate’s future, and should be its community’s loudest megaphones. “The core message of Resonate should be delivered not through me, but through the artists themselves,” asserts Morris. “The most important thing we can do as a company is to have the artists be vocal about how we can help augment their own value, and show fans they can support these artists ethically.”