As Front-End Developer/Designer, Ben Foultz uses his talents to make our software appealing and user-friendly. He’s also a brand champion, designing everything from web pages and advertisements to conference displays and keychains. Get to know this valued Harbor Compliance team member, including something extra his coworkers can always count on him to deliver.
Two and a Half Bens. It would feature me, a clone of me, and a failed half-clone of me living together in a house. It would examine the daily struggle of clones in this crazy go-go world.
I’m inspired by serious people who are really dedicated to something. I can gravitate toward anybody, in any field, as long as I can see their dedication toward something and the outcome they achieve.
I’ve always wanted to go to Japan. I would like to see Tokyo, but I’d also like to see the countryside. I would also visit Kyoto. It’s a small city surrounded by gorgeous country.
I can often be found playing video games and going down YouTube rabbit holes. I’ve always liked video games. When I can get out, I like hiking. I also like watching movies, hanging out with friends, and reading. I just bought Blood, Sweat, and Pixels, a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into video game creation. Making games involves coding, storytelling, plotting, a lot of things that are parallel to what I do. I like when I can look into another field and transfer the principles over to my work.
Megan Danz (CIO) calls me a unicorn because I do graphic design and development. Somehow I manage to pull it all off.
Coffee. So much it’s probably unhealthy. I just love the taste. It’s my vice. My girlfriend and I did Sober September last year, a month with no soda, no alcohol, and no coffee. I got terrible headaches. The day it was over, I went right back. But I did make it through the month.
My favorite book of all time is Breakfast of Champions by Kurt Vonnegut. When I read it, I was amazed. It was so different from the books we read in school, so witty. I didn’t even know someone could write a book like that. I love his dry sense of humor.
An octopus. They’re really cool, freakishly intelligent, and super stealthy. There’s a video of an octopus opening a jar that’s amazing.
Empty coffee cups, a Bluetooth adapter, and a spare tire.
A high five when they need it most.
Ben’s talent, positivity, and professionalism have helped the Harbor Compliance brand stand out on the web and beyond. We’re glad to have him on the team!
If you’d like to join a fast-growth company where your contributions will have a measurable impact, check out our current job openings. If you don’t see a match, get in touch anyway. We’re always looking for bright, motivated team players to bring on board.