Webclique.net was originally conceived in the early part of 2001 as a community site for like minded creatives. By the time the site launched in 2002 it had been re-purposed as the primary platform for designer, artist and writer, Erin Lynch.
For the first few years of its existence webclique was powered by Blogger as Erin worked through the process of regular, weekly writing and learned the ins and outs of online publishing.
Now, in its second iteration, webclique is currently powered by WordPress and is in the process of being expanded from its primary purpose as a writing site to an experimental platform for Erin’s design, artwork and writing.
Erin is a graphic designer and writer living in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
He works across both the print and web mediums through his studio eljl (pronounced el-gel) and spends much of his time absorbing anything design related. Erin has done work for a variety of clients including: The University of California, Davis; Nike; The California Department of Transportation; Washington State University; Portland Public Schools, Oil Can Henry’s in addition to a variety of other smaller, local and regional clients.
Since 2005, Erin has been fortunate to work with the magnanimous A List Apart magazine as their production manager. He’s also contributed to the industry-defining, Netdiver Magazine. As a freelance writer, Erin has written articles for A List Apart Magazine, Netdiver, Videohound, the much missed Schwann Opus and Artist, DVD Advance and The Trouserpress Guide to Rock.
His design work has been covered in Computer Arts, .Net Magazine, Smashing Magazine, Helvetica Awards, City Pictorial, Fiber Arts Magazine, Portland Monthly, The Columbian, Willamette Week and an assortment of other online and print publications.