Jeremy Tunnell

About Jeremy Tunnell

hired 1 time on Thumbtack

I specialize in helping small- to medium-sized organizations plan and implement web-based projects. My expertise includes architecture, usability and user experience, search engine optimization, and business process automation. Essentially, I do everything but the actual design or programming work.

I am comfortable working with a wide variety of stakeholders, including small in-house teams, outsourced firms, and non-technical committees. In the past, I have worked with small businesses, nonprofits, political organizations, and start-ups (I am the technical co-founder of

To read more about my background and access my portfolio, please visit my website in the links section.


New York, NY 10006

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    Mr Tunnell has done us small business owners a great service when he started and co founded ThumbTack! It empowers individual business owners to market their services directly to consumers through profiles. A Thumbtack profile provides detailed professional and personal information
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Question and answer

Q. What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

A. I have a slew of blogs that I read daily, and I also follow Hacker News for technology updates. I tackle new technologies and problems as part of my job every day.

Q. What types of customers have you worked with?

A. The two most common types of jobs that I encounter are (1) organizations with an idea but who are not sure how to make it a reality and (2) ground-up redesigns of websites or business software involving multiple contractors or consulting firms.

Q. What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?

A. Look for someone with broad experience and several projects under his or her belt. This is not a field that one can pick up from a book or class.

A solid technical background is important, but even more important is exposure to graphic design, information architecture, and usability.