|Member Since||14 Sep 2009|
|Areas of Expertise||Community Management, Strategy and Planning, User Experience and Usability, Web Design, Web Project Management|
Gregg Trueman is a long-time Internet strategist, technology director and entrepreneur who balances creative, technical and business expertise to envision and build interactive experiences that deeply engage audiences.
Gregg is the founder of Humanize, a strategic digital media consultancy. Recent Humanize projects include building websites for The Unites States Olympic Committee (teamUSA.org), College Summit (collegesummit.org), CitySquash (citysquash.org), The Daily Racing Form (drf.com).
In 1989, he started Neographic, a pioneering Silicon Alley interactive communications agency. The firm launched a series of influential sites in the early days of the web, including the first AT&T corporate site, sites for Dow Jones and the Wall Street Journal, corporate and intranet sites for Reuters, and content services for Rodale Press.
Trueman later held top digital positions at agencies in the Omnicom and Incepta networks, and directed the development of lime.com, an innovative media/community site focused on healthy and sustainable living, funded by Steve Case's Revolution Health.
An early devotee of Apple computers, Gregg was a beta user of Photoshop and did digital design work for magazines including SPY. He began his career in broadcast television as a producer at Major League Baseball Productions, and is the author of several unproduced screenplays.
A native of Los Angeles, Gregg is a graduate of Princeton University.
Education and Qualifications
Princeton University. AB 1978