Taylor is a senior web developer. She serves as the technical lead on a variety of projects for commercial, government and non-profit clients.
Prior to joining the Balance Interactive team, Taylor worked on projects for the Department of Commerce’s selectUSA.gov Drupal site and the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Research Integrity.
Taylor earned a M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She also holds a B.S. in Astronautical Engineering from the United States Air Force Academy, Colorado.
Located in Springfield, Virginia, Balance Interactive helps organizations better manage their expanding online presence, including websites, email, social media, and mobile. The firm specializes in creating online experiences that nurture customer relationships, strengthen brand loyalty through communities of interest, and use content and conversation to create conversions. Balance Interactive is a Small Business Administration (SBA) and a State of Virginia certified woman-owned business. The company is also registered with Virginia’s Procurement Portal (eVA) and the Ariba Commerce Service Network. The company’s website is www.balanceinteractive.com.
For more information contact Jill Kurtz at Balance Interactive, 703-451-8675.
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Balance Interactive helps organizations better manage your expanding online presence. Our holistic approach to websites, email, social media and mobile is designed to make your online properties work together to create impactful online experiences that:
- Nurture relationships with your customers online
- Strengthen your brand loyalty through communities of interest
- Utilize your content and conversation to create conversions
Since 1997 we have used the following communication tools and technologies to help our association clients meet their business goals:
- Content Strategy
- Social Media Strategy & Implementation
- Website Strategy
- Usability testing
- Content Management Systems (Drupal and Ektron)
- AMS Integration
- Measurement and Analytics insight