Kyle has been providing IT support and web development to small- and medium-sized businesses in the Portland metro area and southwest Washington for over 18 years. Kyle's approach is simple: provide dependable and responsive IT support at a reasonable price so clients can stop worrying and focus on what they do best. Kyle's calm demeanor belies a zealous commitment to ensuring his clients receive top-notch IT support with minimum downtime, no matter the size of their business.
In addition to his passion for providing quality IT support, Kyle is also a: CAT 2 bike racer, licensed private pilot, and an advocate for all animals. He also enjoys spending time with his lovely wife Aili and their two cats: Enzo and Remy.
Danny moved to the Pacific Northwest in 2005. He spent over a decade in the hospitality industry while studying to become a commercial pilot and flight instructor. Since then, he has earned his commercial pilots license and a degree in network administration. His approach is very simple: get the job done right and expeditiously, while being very responsive to client needs. On his time off, Danny enjoys spending quality time with his wife Laine and their two children: Kelan and Oliver.
Through Sentinel Tech's collaboration with Greyson Rudd Graphic Design, Greyson provides web and graphic design services for our clients.
Greyson Rudd began his career as a graphic designer focused on branding, marketing, traditional and digital illustration. After graduating from a highly regarded graphic design program at Linn-Benton Community College in 1999, he worked as the in-house designer for America the Beautiful Dreamer, and Gould Packaging for nearly 7 years. In 2003, Greyson moved to Stevenson, Washington, and entered Portland State University in 2004, ultimately graduating with honors and a Bachelors of Science in Graphic Design with web emphasis in 2006. Falling in love with the city of Stevenson and its community, he is started applying his concepts, visual language, and marketing skills to further the growth and success of local businesses in a freelance capacity. He has done considerable work for Skamania County, the City of Stevenson, and many local clients, and maintains a consistent professional relationship with them.
Greyson has since made the transition from print to web, adding html, cascading stylesheets, flash and actionscript to his list of skills, and is educated in the practice of Search Engine Optimization, as well as creation of efficient navigation design, interface and usability. In the efforts of creating beautiful, informative, and usable web pages, he is a student of Steve Krug’s “Don’t Make Me Think” in website design and applies these principles as readily as he observes the elements and principles of effective graphic design in the print medium. As a result, his approach to web design mirrors that of his print concepts, tending to make heavy use of negative space in creating a universally approachable combination of clean, readable, conceptually powerful, and expressive interface, free of clutter and fluff.
Greyson also brings the ability write with a concise voice and vocabulary. An example of this can be found here which is an essay about Alfonse Mucha, a historically important graphic designer.