We like to think, question, explore, and create. We love making the web a better place through creating usable and attractive websites that present interesting information. We've been Juxtaprose since 2004, have done dozens of creative website and app projects for clients worldwide, and have more than 30 years of combined experience.
Anastasia is our creative director, project manager, creative content maker and organizing gal.
She has over 20 years of content and project management experience, in both print and on the web. She specializes in the integration of information into the web medium—incorporating traditional publishing best practices and the art of communicating through design, words, and structure.
Anastasia is our primary visual designer and she enjoys seeing how content and design work together to make an excellent website. She is also a photographer.
Jay is our senior UX / interaction designer / information architect & technical know-(almost)-everything guy.
Jay's primary roles involve strategic planning, content analysis, user research, designing UX deliverables such as site maps, process flows and wireframes, and creating prototypes. He also fluently reads and writes code, and enjoys working within agile UX / designer / developer collaborations.
Jay is the co-author of two chapters in the book, Real World Ajax: Secrets of the Masters. He holds a B.A. in Mathematics from Porter College at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
To see examples of Jay's work, please visit his UX / interaction design / information architecture portfolio.
Endorsement of Anastasia Fuller
Thank you, Anastasia, for letting us shine and for being such a pleasure to work with! On behalf of the NAWBO-SF, I would like to thank you for being part of our Women Entrepreneurs Benefit.
You wore many hats—from webmaster to editor to photographer. And you did it all with professionalism, a great eye for detail, and a tremendous amount of talent.
Endorsement of Jay Fienberg
Jay has a rare combination of technical and social savvy. He’s comfortable talking database with developers, talking visual hierarchy with designers, and talking metrics with stakeholders.
What I find most unique about Jay, though, is his ability to apply high-level strategic concepts all the way through the tiniest details. He has a remarkable brain—and he's a nice guy.