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Aaron Uptagrafft

Published August 12, 2021

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Web Developer
College of Fine Arts

Contact

auptagrafft@fsu.edu
(850) 644-1533

Social Media

LinkedIn
Portfolio

Areas of Responsibility

Responsible for the maintenance, development, security, and design of all websites within the College of Fine Arts.

Biography

After graduation, Aaron started his own company AU Multimodal Design LLC. Aaron worked on several projects for nonprofits The Family Cafe, The Florida Youth Council, The Cafe TA Center, and the Family-Run Organization Movement building websites and developing web based interactive event brochures. These contracts brought him to from Seattle to Tallahassee where he began working at Florida State University as the Web Developer for the College of Fine Arts.

As a student at Washington State University, I held two graphic design jobs while completing my degree. At the Center for Student Involvement, I worked as the senior designer responsible for the training of incoming employees as well as handling large design orders that required working face to face and over email with clients over several months.

At the Washington State University School of Music, Aaron worked single handed to establish new branding and advertising materials for the coming school years by mixing graphic design and photography. Projects for the school included creating advertisements for magazines, branding for special school events, and marketing materials to be sent to every high school in Washington and Idaho. Aaron also maintained and designed front end School of Music web content.

Aaron is a Founding Father of Sigma Alpha Mu – Mu Zeta chapter at Washington State University, an Epee Fencer of seven years that taught classes for one year, and an avid video game player with a proclivity for MMORPG’s.

Education

Washington State University
BA in Digital Technology and Culture
Minor in Fine Arts