Jeremy Caudle

Email: Skype: jeremy.caudle

Professional experience

  • Independent Consulting, Design, and Development

    Jeremy Caudle


    Assisting various clients in Japan with design, development, marketing, copywriting, user experience, quality assurance, and other website related projects.

  • Supervisor of Web Design

    Sgt Grit Marine Specialties


    During my time at Sgt Grit, I worked on and helped manage various types of projects: web design and development, website analytics, search engine optimization and marketing, social media content creation, content management, newsletter and e-commerce email design, art production (for t-shirts, coins, and decals), and print design. I worked with a small and talented in-house team, in addition to some remote teams.

  • Website Designer and Developer

    Yamato Steakhouse of Japan


    Designed and developed a website for an Oklahoma based Japanese restaurant using HTML, CSS, and Flash. Site was live at for approximately 6 years.


  • Languages

    HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, English

  • Software

    Visual Studio Code, GhostLab, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Affinity Designer, Affinity Photo, Keynote, Word, Excel, Powerpoint

  • Other

    WordPress, Perch, Expression Engine, SASS, Git, MailChimp


  • Associate of Applied Science – Graphic Communications: Multimedia Emphasis

    Oklahoma City Community College


    GPA 3.9 | Expanded my knowledge of design, web development, photography, video editing, animation, and more while also working at Sgt Grit Marine Specialties full-time.

  • Electronic Desktop Publishing

    Francis Tuttle Technology Center


    GPA 4.0 | After spending some time at Francis Tuttle during my senior year, I was awarded with a scholarship. That allowed me to spend additional semesters at Francis Tuttle learning more about software like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Corel Draw, Flash, and more.

  • General Education

    Putnam City North High School


    GPA 3.925 | While in high school I enjoyed helping teachers with their computers, and pursuing electives and opportunities that helped me learn more about technology, and spending some time as the president of the school's Anime Club. Making flyers for the club helped spark my interest in print design.