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Neille Ilel

Neille Ilel began making Web sites at the very dawn of the Internet age, in 1995. Since then, she's done Web work for organizations big and small, in pretty much every capacity imaginable, with interface design and strategy as her specialty. Since 2000, Neille has been writing, reporting and editing for print, Web and radio. Her work has appeared in the New York Press, Reason magazine, on public radio and more Web sites than anyone cares to remember. Projects she's worked on have won several Site of the Week awards from Communication Arts, a One Show and a SXSW Experimental Web Award. The last was for an awesome game/timewaster called Mr. Picassohead, for which she designed the interface.


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