Tevan Alexander

Designer & SEO

Tevan Alexander no longer works for DesignHammer
as of February 2011.

Hailing from New Rochelle, New York, Tevan took some time to explore life in California prior to his move to North Carolina. Eventually, Tevan decided to make the long term move to the Triangle after being lured to the area by friends, the lively music scene and all the beauty the area has to offer.

After studying Computer Science at SUNY Purchase, Tevan moved to San Diego where he worked for the San Diego Culinary Institute. There he designed and developed the school's first website and committed himself to the pursuit of a career in website design and development. Once making the move to the Triangle, Tevan complemented his work at CAI as a Statistical Survey Assistant by contributing to the Web Development team. There he drafted website mockups for the company’s extensive website redesign while further educating himself in the field of web design. Tevan joined the DesignHammer team as a Designer & SEO in 2008 and continues to cultivate his skills while also playing a leadership role in the company’s SEO Meetup group educating other local industry colleagues. He is most inspired by "people who explore the potential of their medium, strive to unleash the creative human spirit, and deliver a message." Through his work, Tevan strives to do the same.

At DesignHammer Tevan leads website maintenance work, ensuring clients’ websites are up-to-date, drives DesignHammer’s Search Engine Optimization consulting services and contributes on website design and development projects.

In addition to his work, Tevan is an avid traveler and musician, hosting frequent jam sessions in his music studio with his fellow DesignHammer artists. During these jam sessions he is regularly featured on the drums and piano.

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