About The Developer
Ty Brooks, is a web designer and developer living and working in the Annapolis, Maryland area. Tyler has been in the web design field for 10 years, utilizing his UX and UI skills to create mock ups and wireframes for dynamic websites, statically generated microsites, and a range of other design materials. In December 2019, Tyler graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park with a Masters of Information Management. Tyler currently works for the University of Maryland, Office of Strategic Communications, under the President's Office, crafting the visual and digital identity of their websites, while assisting the smaller educational subsets with following the branding and voice of the institution. Tyler has served for three years as a web designer before moving into his current role as the Senior Web Developer for the university. During his time in this role, the University has won multiple design awards for their website including a Grand Gold award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. Tyler's work has helped support both the communications and philanthropic needs of the institution, helping to raise millions of dollars throughout multiple giving campaigns.
Tyler also works crafting designs for local companies and events, while consistently training and learning new technologies to meet current design and development trends. Tyler comes from a digital design background, with a degree in Graphic Design from Roger Williams University in Rhode Island.
Tyler has a strong passion for new technologies, coding standards, doing things right, and creating natural user experiences that meet all current usability standards to ensure a streamline experience for people with hearing and visual impairment.
In his free time, Tyler spends time with his wife Leigh, and his Golden Retriever Finn at their home on the South River, in Riva, Maryland. He enjoys working on his track car and working to fix up their century old house.
“I am constantly thinking about new features or practices in the design community. What I see on the web fuels a desire, almost an obsession, to design new, focused and effective work. I am constantly working to better myself by trying new things or learning a new coding language. I do this simply because I want to, not because it is just another skill I can throw into my repertoire.” - Tyler Brooks
Tyler is currently accepting new projects and clients. Contact Tyler for more information