We are a devoted group of creative designers, coders, writers, thinkers, and tinkerers building amazing experiences for others. This stuff is our passion, and we like to think we have a knack for it. We hope you do, too.
When she isn't busy keeping her two chihuahuas from killing each other, Brandy can be found making the Ionic Framework pretty by means of Sass. She loves helping people while continuing to expand her own knowledge. After hours she can be found on her patio shopping online with a glass of wine in hand. Give her a glass and she'll write some Sass.
Business Development & Support
If you can’t find him on call, shuffling through email, poking around on a new CRM, in our live chat support, or white boarding new business development… Odds are he is surfing lake Michigan, fly fishing the gin clear streams of the driftless region, camping in the north woods, or milking his goats.
Adam was once Marty McFly in another life, but is now back to the future of open source heading up all things Ionic Framework. When not slinging code, he can be found hanging out with his wife and kids, befriending dogs, and traveling space and time in his Delorean.
Be it code, places, gadgets, food, or conversation, Perry loves to explore it all. While AFK he's probably biking around Madison, spending time with his wife and son, "refactoring" his house, building something in his backyard, talking politics, or pretending to be an urban farmer.
Family, code, and the Wisconsin Badgers. That's what Dan is all about. When not hacking on Ionic or other open source projects, Dan enjoys watching sports and hanging out with his wife, son, and dog.
A Wisconsinite by birth but a citizen of the universe, Zach specializes in supporting you and finding new ways to support you without you even realizing you’re being supported. Outside of Ionic, Zach reads a lot of sci-fi and ancient history, dabbles in writing comic books, and every now on then stands up on a stage to do some comedy. He doesn’t like humidity.
At Ionic, Lee’s main quest is working on Creator, wielding a MacBook and a cup of coffee (he gains +1 intelligence for each additional cup). When he’s not writing code, he likes to swim, bike, run, and compete in triathlons.
With keen attention to detail Liz works behind the scenes, providing support to Ionic employees. From onboarding new hires, stocking the lounge with healthy snacks, walking any office dog that will let her, or planning the next Ionic Bonding event; she’s almost magical. When not at Ionic HQ, you’re most likely to find Liz on the disc golf course, trying to get her first ace, or in the kitchen, preparing a delicious meal.
Two couches, a lazy boy, 40” TV and wired internet. Awesome man-cave? Nope, that’s just Matt’s garage where he spends his time working on Creator, the worlds most awesome project ever (or at least his mom says so). With “Anything Is Possible” tattooed on his arm, Matt enjoys tackling complex business and programming problems, as well as attempting to win board games against his wife.
If there's snow on the ground, you'll find Nick on his cross-country skis, training for the American Birkebeiner. In the more temperate months, you can find him running around the soccer pitch, doing his best to score a goal, but mostly just trying not get in his teammates' way. Of course, year-round, regardless of weather conditions, you can find Nick hard at work on the Ionic Platform.
A musician, DJ, sound engineer, photographer, and self proclaimed fashion nerd, Rudy seems to find a new obsession daily. At Ionic, you'll find him working on the Platform services, making sure everyone's notifications arrive safe and sound.
Musician turned programmer, when not responding to the awesome Ionic community on Github, talking all things Ionic on Twitter or generally helping with Ionic development, you can probably find Justin spending time with his girlfriend, playing Assassins Creed, drinking unhealthy amounts of Mountain Dew, sharing food with his dog and developing Ionic apps!
Dan "the Sunshine Man" builds awesome stuff for the Ionic Platform. When not shredding it in Vim, he can be found tearing over snow in his fat bike, attending the Madison tech meetups, ignorantly rating restaurants, taking a bunch of photographs at random cities and National Parks, or, possibly, still playing LEGOs.
Deep in the frozen North, just before the great wall, a man sits with a laptop, surrounded by several cups of coffee and a glass of whiskey. Traveling across this great kingdom, he enlightens other devs and shares his knowledge through the written and spoken word. When the laptop is not near, he often finds solace in music with his guitar.
A temporarily embarrassed pro soccer player, Tim is fond of traveling the world and trying to convince his coworkers to eat bugs. When not doing either of those, he is usually breaking things related to Ionic tooling, the platform, or the framework.