Who runs Earlylight?
the brainchild of Dawn Bauleke. This site has been up since
early October of 1997 and Dawn has been designing
Web sites since early 1996. For most of that time, this
site has been running as a free e-card service as well as
a community "launch page" for the Virtual Places
client while Dawn worked as the Webmaster for a publicly-held
computer software house as a full-time job.
Dawn has been in the computer industry under various aspects
for much of her working life from those early years
of stuffing printed circuit boards for Intel to her present
role as Senior Business Systems Analyst for an international
During much of that time, Dawn worked with
and coordinated the work of other analysts and programmers,
aiding in the specification, development, testing and training
aspects of various systems ranging from a front-end
product for a computer leasing company to full ERP installations.
However first and foremost, Dawn remembers
what it is like to be a user. It's true that only the person
who uses the tool really knows what it should be and how
it should work. Having spent a lot of her work life in the
Finance arena, Dawn truly pays attention to the details
such as usability and functionality key aspects to
There's an artistic side to Dawn, as well.
Using the Painter graphic program (originally by Fractal
Design, then MetaCreations) and a Wacom digitizing tablet,
Dawn often stays up into the wee hours of the night painting
directly into the computer. Her digital paintings have appeared
in the MetaCreations company calendar as well as in gallery
showings. Watch for them to appear soon on this site, as
Her real love, though, is Web. Through the
Web, Dawn can combine her analytic aspects with her artistic
nature, and in gathering the requirements and matching them
to the talents of various independent "web-heads",
achieves a true sense of fulfillment. And the best part
of all: creating a site that is the right "fit",
and meets the needs of the client.
Some Members of The Earlylight Team:
Dawn Bauleke (see above)
Brian Loudon of Unearthly.net
Why not check
out what Earlylight can do for you?