Noah Glushien is a front-end developer and accessibility advocate. He currently works at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum and helps teams build online exhibitions centered around story-driven designs. Previously, Noah worked at TechTarget in Newton, MA, developing custom solutions for Microsoft, Dell, HP, Oracle, Intel, and many others. Noah began his career as a web designer in 2003, creating layouts in early versions of Photoshop before eventually realizing he also had a passion for the code that drove those designs, and he was quick to jump into a career that was a combination of both.
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