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Paul Little

Web Developer

Paul Little

Department(s)

Communications & Marketing

Email

plittle:@:cmu.ca

Phone

204.487.3300 ext. 609

Office

C144

Paul has worked as CMU's Web Developer since March of 2012. In this role, he is responsible for the design and maintenance of many of the websites under the Canadian Mennonite University umbrella (which also includes Menno Simons College, Outtatown, CSOP, and Peace Research Journal).

Since finishing a massive design and backend overhaul of the CMU website in the fall of 2013, Paul's day-to-day includes adding new features and functionality within the various websites; creating new standalone sites for new properties or initiatives; tweaking the overall site template to match up-to-date design standards; and the occasional foray into photography, videography, and social media for special events on campus.

Paul has been designing websites since he was a 15-year-old high school student, and after formal training at Applied Multimedia Training Centre in 2001, spent the next decade running his own web development firm providing web design, graphic design, and custom content management creation for individuals and organizations large and small including ChristianWeek, Hockey Manitoba, Lutheran Church–Canada, and Half Pints Brewing Co.

Outside of CMU, Paul keeps very busy in a number of mostly fun roles: producing music and comedy events (such as CaRaVaN Open Mic and the comedy game show Pants on Fire) throughout the city as Artistic Director of the Purple Room; facilitatimg, editing, and occasionally conducting interviews with musicians, comedians, and actors as Managing Editor of the arts & entertainment website ShowbizMonkeys.com, which he co-founded in 2001; helping his comedian and musician friends get their own websites up and running; writing and performing folk music on ukulele, guitar, and piano for audiences small and smaller; and taking in an unhealthy amount of live music and comedy both locally and around the world.

Despite what many folks think (and with no disrespect intended toward its fine members), Paul is not a member of the IT Department. He is happy to be a part of CMU's Communications & Marketing team, working alongside the best group of co-workers imaginable.

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