Brian Williams

Software Engineer / Web Developer

Brian delivers the power of interactive information technology and database management to conservation communication and education campaigns. He leverages open source web technologies and a widening array of languages to develop applications that not only run, but pull conservation communities together to disseminate data and share information.

Brian creates online learning environments, data collection web sites, public involvement systems and immersive online experiences for clients looking to engage audiences in new and creative ways. Brian graduated with distinction from Purdue University’s Informatics program. He holds degrees in computer graphics, information technology and computer programming.

Skills & Expertise
Web Development
Drupal 7, 8, Symfony

317 E Jefferson Blvd
Mishawaka, IN 46545
United States

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August 2018


DJ Case web app developers migrated the Platte River Recovery Implementation Program's voluminous content and data structures from a SharePoint legacy system into revitalized online tools that allow biologists and engineers to easily manage content, collaborate with stakeholders, and visualize data. Though surprisingly simple and unassuming on the front end, features tremendous power under the hood. A behind-the-scenes Mongo database provides rigorous and adaptive species and habitat monitoring/reporting systems. A custom digital asset management system provides tools for program committees to collaborate efficiently.

Urban Coyote Research Project logo/mark

January 2018


DJ Case public engagement strategists and web developers worked with Dr. Stan Gehrt and his team to design and develop a website that serves as the Cook County Urban Coyote Research Program's primary public engagement tool. mark

April 2015


Developed in collaboration with Northeastern state wildlife agencies as a trusted source for sound, legal and responsible wildlife control and damage prevention advice. The site features adaptive mobile delivery with content tailored to a visitor's location. Visitors can find solutions to implement themselves or they can locate professional nuisance wildlife control operators by proximity.

Screen shot of website

March 2012


DJ Case mashed up skill sets in web development, GIS mapping and conservation communication to develop a system that speaks to non-technical woodland owners.