History of mkeefeDESIGN

In early 2003 mkeefeDESIGN was brought to life while Matthew was still in high school. It started as a hobby and quickly after graduating became a full time job and start of a passionate career. Over the 8 years that mkeefeDESIGN was operating Matt worked with clients of all sizes. His client list included large brands, such as Adobe, XM Radio, Delphi, Microsoft and Warner Brothers. During this time he also worked with a number of design and development freelancers. One of those early freelancers was Philip Neal. Soon after starting a very successful working relationship they went on to create PixelBit.

Birth of a New Venture, PixelBit

In early 2011 Matthew Keefe (@mkeefe) joined forces with Philip Neal (@PhilipJNeal) to provide a combined 20+ years of professional experience in development and design. At this point mkeefe.com will become an archive of past projects. Moving forward all client work will be handled directly through PixelBit.

A little about PixelBit:
Creative studio specializing in Web, Mobile and Desktop solutions, located in Framingham, Massachusetts. The PixelBit team has had the pleasure of working with clients ranging from startups to Fortune 100 global brands.

About Matthew Keefe:
New-media developer, designer, author and trainer with a strong background in application development for the web, mobile and offline platforms. Matt has worked with many companies/studios over the last 10 years including Adobe, Comcast, Delphi, Disney, Lexus, Litl, metajive, Nike, Porsche, PhotoshopCafe, USO, Wranger & Warner Brothers.

Matt has authored the Flash and PHP bible, co-wrote the Java and Flex Integration Bible and Foundation Fireworks CS4. Matt has also had his work published in various technology books. He holds an ACE (Adobe Certified Expert) certification for Adobe Photoshop and works closely on new and upcoming technologies.

About Philip Neal:
Philip has worked with a variety of companies during his 13 years in professional design from small local businesses to fortune 500 companies. Philip's illustrations have been featured in How to Wow with Flash 8, Illustrator CS Killer Tips, and Illustrator CS2 Killer Tips as well as a short spot on a commercial for Comedy Central's Reno911! Lost in Vegas Sweepstakes. Prior to joining PixelBit, Philip was a freelance designer where he had the opportunity to teach at the college level and volunteer his services to some non-profits.

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