We take for granted so much of how our world seemlessly operates from computer to phone to tablet. The facility with which we navigate this world did not come easily and few people can describe that evolution better than Jeremiah Martin. Having worked for Zane Ray Group in Whitefish Montana for the better part of 20 years, Martin has seen the world of web morph from basic HTML to cross platform design. He describes the nuances of our modern interactive world with insight that only a seasoned web designer can provide.
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