I’m happily employed at Serials Solutions. I use my information, technology, programming, and management skills to solve problems in the Special Projects group which impacts various groups within the company. The work we do affects librarians, researchers, and students in universities and other organizations all over the world. They call me a Technical Support Analyst, although I often employ IA/UX methods, find ways to clarify complex information, find/understand/expose connections between people, information, and software, and act as an escalation point for all sorts of interesting problems that come up. Some people might consider that Information Architecture… I do.
About This Site
The main areas focus on each of my skill sets, while the buttons at the top provide access to my resume and contact information. The links at the right point to other sites I’ve created and offer further details about me and my completed projects.
You might also want to check out my blog.
Don’t just listen to me — at the bottom of most pages you’ll find a quote like this one. They were taken directly from survey results, and more can be found at my recommendations site. The speech bubble was done in pure CSS, as found here.
To anyone considering hiring Michael Adcock, I would say, "Hire him. You won't regret it." Finding someone who can do the job at hand is easy. Finding someone who will do the job and look for ways to do the job better -- more efficiently and effectively -- is an employer's dream. Michael Adcock is an employer's dream and a decent person in the bargain.