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Juliet Jacobson

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Website Designer
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Juliet is a website designer specializing in history and humanities websites. She has been an interactive media designer since 1986, after receiving her M.F.A. in graphic design from Yale. After graduate school, she worked designing custom multimedia applications for clients such as the Museum of Modern Art and IBM and prototype software for Apple Computer. Then, as Design Director for the Interactive Group at WGBH, Boston's PBS station, she focused on educational software and consumer CD ROMs. Since 1995, Juliet has been an independent website designer, working primarily on educational websites. Throughout her career, her goal has been to create compelling, clear and usable interfaces.

Best of the Web History

2011 Vote
Laura Jernegan: Girl on a Whaleship
2011 Nomination
American Centuries

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I attended MW2011.
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