Code Meet Print is the consultancy and community at the intersection of texts + technology that helps build strategy, product and audience relationships for organizations that have powerful stories to tell.
Code Meet Print Labs is our team of business and technology designers and builders helping clients grow innovation
Glenn spent 10 years as a tech and media analyst and investor covering semiconductors, mobile devices and the internet, eventually focusing on web and mobile startups as a Principal at Centurion Venture Partners. While at Centurion, he founded Code Meet Print first as a meetup group for technologists, designers, publishers, executives and investors to demonstrate and discuss innovative solutions for tech-enabled storytelling.
Companies like Foreign Affairs sought out hands-on consulting to help bring these innovations to life, so he started Code Meet Print Labs to help companies build web and mobile products and grow their audiences.
Glenn has given talks on “The Future of Storytelling” at IDEO and the O’Reilly/TOC Publishing Conference. He also co-founded the on-demand tech help startup AnswerQi, and studied English Literature at Harvard.
VP of Content, Small Demons and formerly Publisher at Soft Skull Press
Richard is a widely-recognized thought leader on the business of storytelling and publishing off and online, and advises Code Meet Print clients on various projects.
Partner at Arc90 and Founder of Readability
Rich is head of the design and development agency Arc90, whose clients include Thompson Reuters and McGraw Hill. He created Readability, a digital read-later platform used by 5 million people.
Director, Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at CUNY School of Journalism
Jeremy helps lead our Journalism practice, including speakers, events and high-level strategy for media and news organization clients.
Designers and Builders
Interface designer, front-end and full stack developer and WordPress killer. He’s written a lot about design and code here.
Formerly VP of Product at Thrillist and Delivery.com, Chris does strategy, product and UX desgin. Plays a mean ukulele.
Passionate about typography, Steve did interface and visual design for AnswerQi. He swings the electric guitar on the side.