In a world full of Britneys,

prepare to meet one Brittany

like no Britnie you’ve

ever met before…

Her name is Brittany Robinson. She isn’t used to speaking about herself in the third person so this is admittedly awkward for her. She is, however, a designer (web, graphic & instructional), speaker, trainer and published writer with over 15 years of professional experience working in the Internet Industry.

You’ll find her at the intersection of Design, Learning Theory, and Marketing Technology. She combines her technical knowledge, communications skills, and theatrical experience to build beautiful and intuitive interfaces, and to craft fun, memorable, and effective learning experiences for adults and children of all ages.

Her superpower is meeting tight deadlines in a fast-paced environment. (I know, it doesn’t have much of a ring to it but “leaping tall buildings in a single bound” was already taken…) Scroll down to learn more…

The year is 1998.

I’m in middle school, sporting some fresh braces and some OH-SO-COOL bangs with no less than five cowlicks. (In retrospect, the bangs were always a bad decision, although I didn’t know it at the time. Seriously, if there’d been a competition for the number of cowlicks a girl could have in her bangs, I would have taken home the gold…)

Anyway… It’s 1998, and I’m hating my advanced math classes, typing 80-90 words per minute, listening to an absolutely embarrassing amount of Savage Garden (that “cherry cola” song was my jam), and suffering through the hissing of AOL dial-up Internet every time I connect to the World Wide Web.

It’s 1998 and that’s important.


Because 1998 is the year I started teaching myself how to code.

While my family sleeps peacefully each night, I patiently wait for my AOL dialup to connect to the Internet — the entire time, hoping my parents don’t wake up. As soon as I hear that familiar voice telling me I’ve got mail, my heart flutters; I know I’m now free to surf until the sun comes up, teaching myself basic HTML in Notepad.


By age 18, I was working full-time in the tech field. By age 19, I was managing a community of 50,000 members and editing an online business newsletter with 500,000 subscribers. Today, my career blends my design and marketing experiences with instructional design, facilitation, and curriculum development. From Silicon Valley to Australia, I’ve had a chance to travel (and live) around the world while working remotely as an entrepreneur.


  • Responsive Design

  • Web Design & Development

  • HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, PHP, MySQL
  • Graphic Design
  • Social Media Strategy
  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
  • Content Management Systems (CMS)

  • WordPress
  • Shopify
  • Adobe Captivate

  • Adobe Creative Suite

  • Articulate Storyline
  • Instructional Design

  • Curriculum Development

  • eLearning Development
  • Video Editing

  • Marketing Technology

  • Microsoft Sharepoint

  • Microsoft Office

  • Cerner PowerChart

  • Oracle User Productivity Kit

  • …and more…

  • Featured Guest, Rebecca Beaton’s Taking the Leap Resource (2014)
  • Mentioned during Opening Keynote, Institute for Food Technologists (IFT) Annual Conferences (2012 & 2013)

  • 1st Place Trophy, IFT Video Competition (2013)

  • 3rd Place Trophy, IFT Video Competition (2012)

  • Winner, Threadless CanvasPop Instagram #MakeGreat Contest (2012)

  • Nominee, Social Madness, Business First of Louisville (2012)

  • Finalist, Best Social Media Campaign, FoodBev Awards (2011)

  • Finalist, Best Book Cover Design Non-Fiction, Next Generation Indie Book Awards (2011)

  • Interview, ABC News (2009)
  • Runner up, Charter Communications Illustration Contest (2008)

  • Writer & Poem of the Day, Medusa Literature (2007)

  • Featured Guest, SEO Radio (2004)
  • TCHS Tech Scholar Award (2001)