Brad has a deep-rooted enthusiasm for technology that evolved from his careers at Microchip Technology and Vanguard Health Systems; to now applying his technical knowledge into creating superlative Web based marketing platforms for hyper-local, national and international clients.
As a double graduate from the University of Advancing Technology and the University of Phoenix, his combined degrees in Web Design and Information Technology played part in his unique blend of expertise in both understanding and creating compelling design as well as the ability to develop complex websites and applications.
In 2008 Brad founded Liquis Design, a website and marketing design company in Arizona that serves a variety of industries across the United States and abroad.
Brad’s advocacy for advancing quality Web design and development is also called into action by local college advisory boards as he provides input on industry trends and course recommendations for future developers. He is also dedicated to putting his talents into action in the community, working with local nonprofits and causes.
Go big or go home.
I was a 10 pound baby and my nickname was bubba.
Do you remember me from college?
I was a singer in a band called Derail, and we played on Mill Avenue for a few years.
Stick it to the man!
Growing up I always dreamed of owning my own business, but never thought it would be a Web design business.
Because why else would you own a boom box?
I used to breakdance - and yes - I busted out my own cardboard.
No one tells you how much air you'll take up the nose.
I Sky dove 13,000 feet and have the video to prove it.
It's Festivus… for the rest of us!
I've watched at least one episode of Seinfeld every day for the last 8 years and have no intention of stopping.
Before Breaking Bad made them cool...
For over 10 years I wore a bunny suit to work… Can you guess what I did?
I have a real life modern family.
At the age of 32 I became a grandpa and now have two wonderful grandsons.
I used to go into the movie theater to just get popcorn and take it home.
Give me an A!
I used to be cheerleader “lifter” in high school.