ITS Staff Directory

Kristin Bradham
  • Title
    • BSOE Web Developer
  • Division Information Technology Services, Baskin School of Engineering
  • Department
    • Baskin School of Engineering
    • ITS-Academic Divisional Computing
  • Phone
    831-502-8110
  • Email
  • Office Location
    • Jack Baskin Engineering Building, 311A
  • Office Hours 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Monday through Friday
  • Mail Stop SOE2
  • Mailing Address
    • 311A Engineering, McLaughlin Drive
    • Santa Cruz CA 95060

Biography, Education and Training

I am the Web Developer for Baskin School of Engineering.

In 1983, I fell in love for the first time. It was an Apple IIe with 2 floppy disk drives. I learned to program it in Basic and played games and even helped print mailing labels for a local politician. Since then, I have had many loves and am proud to have been a part of the internet through university since 1991.

After getting my art degree, I got my first job at a web development shop as a project manager. Since then, I have had many jobs working in application development including UI/UX designer, information architect, programmer, and project manager. I’ve worked with a really great set of clients from large corporations to small business owners. For each project I have done, I’ve brought passion and professionalism to create a great site that meets the client's needs.

Recently, I had the privileged to work with an extremely talented group of designers and developers at Hook 42. This meant opportunity for me to work on many enterprise web applications, to join an open source community, and to grow my skills as a developer.

Today, I am an expert in information architecture, responsive design, and cutting-edge web development. As the Web Developer for Baskin School of Engineering, I support faculty and staff with a whole range of web projects, from registering domains to hands-on design and development.

When I’m not working, I’m mother to 3 crazy kids who keep me busy going to the beach, building Legos, and creating all kinds of crazy things as a maker. I am very fortunate.