Josh Hughes


Work Experience

An up-to-date sample of my design work can be found in my portfolio.

Undergraduate Studies, University of Missouri

Web Designer
(2011 - present)

I am responsible for the design and maintenance of a number of websites that fall under the Undergraduate Studies umbrella. This includes implementing sites in the Wordpress and Cascade Server content management systems, and the creation of other web applications to manage website content.

Office of Research, University of Missouri

Senior Multimedia Specialist
(2009 - 2011)

I redesigned the web edition of Illumination Magazine, a biannual magazine promoting the University of Missouri‚Äôs research endeavors. This included adapting print layouts to the web, and creating slideshows and animations that expand on the content of feature articles. I also managed the Office of Research website.

Law and Economics of Innovation Conference

Web Designer / Programmer
(2007 - 2009)

I designed the website for the Law and Economics of Innovation, a conference jointly sponsored by Microsoft and the George Mason University Law School. Also programmed a simple registration system to compile a list of attendees.

Web Communications, George Mason University

Web Designer / Programmer
(2000 - 2009)

I designed a wide variety of websites for George Mason University, including the university top page at I have also created numerous web applications using PHP and MySQL, and performed various system administration tasks on both Linux and Windows servers.


I can:

  • Design beautiful websites that adhere to web standards and accessibility guidelines.
  • Program web applications using PHP and MySQL.
  • Create graphics and animations with industry-standard applications such as Photoshop, Flash, and Illustrator.
  • Create Powerpoint and Keynote presentations.
  • Perform basic system administration tasks on Windows, Mac, and Linux systems.
  • Quickly learn new programs and technologies.



Bachelor of Arts in Art and Visual Technology (Graphic Design), George Mason University, 2005