Or Jeffrey, if we're being formal. I answer to both.

I started designing about 30 years ago. Well before "the web" meant The Web. And waaaaaay before having a website was a requirement.

lucky for me

I was in the right place at the right time. Being there at the beginning meant clients turned to us, the designers, to whiteboard answers to some of the REALLY BIG QUESTIONS like...

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*Good web design, in my experience, isn't just a matter of opinion. Good design projects (web or otherwise) have a purpose — a reason for the undertaking. And we should be able to measure the results of your investment — to know if we've been successful.
[TL; DR... Feel free to ask me for more Design Manifesto.]

oh, just a few decades...

Something more personal here... See the bio from old site. Maybe insert some logos from education (Harvard) and other professional activities (Studio Eye-Q, Event Zero, Ariel)...

Jeffrey Korn is an award-winning consultant, designer and teacher, whose design and consulting work have one international praise.

Educated at Harvard University (Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude, with Honors), Jeff has considerable background in creative direction, web design, print design and user interface design. During his career, Jeff has directed the creative initiatives for clients including Time Life Pictures, Barnes & Noble (bn.com), Everbank.com, Pepsi, Dannon, AT&T, as well as fashion designers Carolina Herrera, Pierre Balmain and Yves Saint Laurent.

A sought-after consultant and lecturer, Jeff also teaches communications at Harvard Business School, Columbia Business School (Columbia University), The Central Intelligence Agency, The U.S. Federal Reserve, Coca-Cola, Cadbury Schweppes, Deloitte & Touche, General Electric, BCG Consulting and Digitas.

Before launching Jeffrey Korn︱Creative, Jeff served as Creative Director for Event Zero, leading creative and multidisciplinary teams for clients such as Barnes & Noble, EDU.com and Everbank.com. While at Event Zero, Jeff offered “Creative Services 101,” a process Bible promoting understanding of design roles, terms and techniques for professionals and laypeople alike.

During the 1990s, Jeff built the highly successful web and print design firm, Studio Eye-Q in New York City and Boston. In addition to guiding creative team members through the successful completion of over 400 print and web design projects, Jeff designed over half of the company’s completed deliverables himself. The consistently remarkable accomplishments of Studio Eye-Q led to winning the coveted Forbes “Best of the Web.”

Visual design, information architecture, user interface design, usability, experience design, branding and identities and logo systems, content development, airtight creative processes… From the simple to the extraordinary, Jeffrey Korn delivers exemplary creative leadership and exceptional design.

Read more about Jeff’s clients…

Jeffrey Korn︱Creative