EJ RudyFounder, Developer
From the moment I made my first Angelfire site when I was young, I have been in love with web development and design. After graduating from DePauw University with a degree in computer science, I returned to my hometown of Las Vegas to begin my professional career. In the span of two and a half years, I went from being a member of technical support to becoming a senior developer who led projects and evaluated developer candidates for hire.
In November of 2015, I founded Sequential Tech and Design with the goal of helping others with their business's technical and marketing endeavors. I believe our agile approach to planning, design, and development sets us apart from the rest- we ensure that our clients have a hand in each part of the process so we can deliver exactly what they need. It is my intention that my clients' businesses can be taken to the next level after working with us.
Graphic and Web Designer
Luis PangilinanGraphic and Web Designer
I'm a visual designer and illustrator who relocated to Las Vegas to be with the love of my life and pursue a local career in graphic-web design. I specialize in creating visually strong, easily accessible designs that are attractive, clean and thoughtfully laid out. I don't use a lot of whiz-bang gimmicks (such as Flash) to get the message across, instead I rely on time-proven good design while using the current web standards in creating high-quality websites customized right down to each icon used.
While most of the work I do these days is for the web, my roots are still firmly grounded in print graphic design. Having accumulated years of experience in advertising agencies and prepress art departments in both lead and production capacities, I employ these skills in developing entire company-product branding from concept to finish which extends to logo designs, annuals+brochures, print ads+flyers, magazine-book cover+layout, businesscards, letterheads, CD covers, t-shirt art, and a wide variety of other artwork for print or silkscreen. Like my web design, my print work is clean, crisp, and visually appealing.
What else? When I'm not in front of my Mac or sketchbook (really, I do leave them sometimes), I'm a volunteer taste tester for my wife's leche flan business (LetsFlanIt.com). I also find relaxation and creative inspiration by putting on the headphones and immersing myself in beating the livin' life out of my drums to the tunes of Alternative, R&B and Jazz. Lastly, I'm an avid illustrator, a pin collector, a sneakerhead, a movie prop collector and a long-time anime fan - it's an addicting hobby (that extends to a cultish level) which cannot be explained and is best left to be experienced.
Sys Admin, Backend Developer
Avery LewisSys Admin, Backend Developer
I've been hacking on computers almost as long as I've been able to talk. When I was a kid my first encounter with programming came when I wrote BASIC for my Commodore64, and I have been in love with coding and computers ever since. I have worked in the technical field for over 20 years and have enjoyed stability and success throughout.
I possess extensive knowledge of Linux architectures (Debian, Gentoo, CentOS, you name it), and have never ran into a systems issue that I haven't been able to solve. My admin-first approach informs my coding style, as I am pragmatic and direct with a focus on efficiency and scalability. I am also well-versed in networking and IT, so any in-office technical needs a client might have can be met with ease.
When not knee-deep in code, I tend to be knee-deep in a video game or a classic sci-fi novel. I have an awesome cat too, who has been known to write some mean Perl from time-to-time. I also enjoy working on my XBMC setup in my (rare) spare time.