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We are a family research team - PrairieComm was started in 1992. We have been providing computer technical services since then. We have two focuses: website design, development and emarketing and filemaker pro 4-7 and associated programs, such as winbatch. We provide office computer procedures automation. We also provide local (Southeast Iowa) computer troubleshooting for internet issues, databases and operating systems.

J. Miller
Jennifer Miller is an artist and designer with a background in operations in technical, architectural, legal and financial fields.

Ms. Miller spent twenty years as a paralegal in Washington and Iowa, including real estate, maritime law, indian law, family matters, property and financial management. She was director of the TM program in Seattle, Washington, and staff assistant for the architectural firm of Iowa-based Prairie Architects, Inc. After four years as the Operations Manager and Compliance Officer for a futures brokerage, she joined her husband in computer projects at their office-at-home in SE Iowa.

Since 1997 she has been a web designer and developer including expertise on SEO projects with one-on-one coaching.

Her education includes a BA in Art and additional coursework in design, legal research, architecture and civil engineering. She is a weaver, potter, painter, designer, and completely green-thumbed gardener.

Associates

Aaron Miller
Aaron Miller provides project consulting: writing custom flash, asp.net, perl, cgi, C++, asp, php, sql, css and javascript. On the leading edge of new technology, he brings the critical thinking of his generation into the company.

Aaron wrote middleware for the largest online vendor of diamond jewelry, who is based in Seattle, and now is a software engineer for a small, highend web developer in Seattle. He is an actor, lighting designer, and has been a web programmer and tech support provider for Iowa and Minnesota businesses since 1970. He is a computer science graduate of Carleton College.

Marta
Marta Sivertson is a graphic designer living in Seattle. She designed MSN mobile apps, and is currently a graphic designer with one of the largest stock photography agencies in the world who is based in Seattle. She worked as a graphic designer at the Bellevue Arts Museum. She also works as a freelance designer on a variety of projects and is fluent in the Adobe family of graphic editing tools. Marta exhibits precision expertise in both print and web based design. She received her BA in Interdisciplinary Visual Arts from the University of Washington, with an Associate Degree in Graphic Design from Seattle Central Creative Academy. Additionally, she works in tandem with other creative professionals in photography and printing. See her website at MartaSivertsen.com.

Barry Miller
Barry Miller's background in computers is broad - primarily in the area of technical support and training, system development and troubleshooting. Now retired, he consults on database management and other office support applications. He has worked as a computer technician and programmer since 1990 building and testing new computers and company networks and peripherals for a variety of platforms.

Lee Leffler
Lee Leffler is a writer, and e-marketing expert. With an MA in Professional Writing, she has created newsletters on technology for a Reader's Digest® company, a large charity, an eco-friendly store, an educational non-profit, and a conflict resolution non-profit, and she blogs for a health professional.

Lee has been active in preserving the environment for 20 years, and founded an Ontario environmental radio show that is still on the air today. She promotes organic food and voluntary simplicity, using recycled products and carbon-neutral offsets. She supports a number of environmental organizations including The Natural Resources Defense Council, Co-op America and LiveEarth.org.


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