Alan Waldron

Digital Strategist


I discovered my passion for digital design and technology in 1995 just as the internet started to become a thing, building my first websites on GeoCities and then graduating to building dot-coms beginning with a company I ran out of my college dorm room. After college, I developed e-commerce systems at Kennametal, intranets, custom applications and collaboration systems at Vocollect, ran the design technologies department at agency Vance Wright Adams, and then led project strategies at digital marketing firm Pipitone Group. I am currently the Director of User Experience at software development agency, Build in Motion. Overall, I've contributed to hundreds of web and mobile applications through strategy, design and development. Samples of my work are available in the project timeline below.

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Address : 342 Iris Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15235

Project Timeline

    Build In Motion

    I began working at Build in Motion in July 2015 and immediately got to work rebranding the company with a new logo, color palette, website, and print materials. The website was built using AngularJS and was integrated into the company's proprietary inMotion application platform.


    Born out of my experience building, leverages many of the same concepts including news, careers, neighbors, and a wiki-style object grid. The site was built to help foster better communication and a greater sense if community pride.

    John Challis Courage for Life Foundation

    The John Challis Courage for Life Foundation The Courage for Life Foundation grants life encouraging sports experiences to high school athletes with life threatening illnesses. This website is built in WordPress and includes an e-commerce plugin that drives the merchandise store and registrations for the annual golf outing.

    Fifth Ace Entertainment

    DJ Fifth Ace, or Dan Koch, has been a friend of mine since we both worked at the same night club around the turn of the century, when he became one of Waldron Interactive's first clients. As we've grown professionally, so has Dan's services. His new website needed to portray professionalism with some fun. The site also features a customer management system used for bookings, contracts, payments and client preferences.

    Murray Guard

    Murray Guard is a privately-held security services organization that needed a website redesign to accompany their new brand. I worked closely with the client to arrive at a design that the management and employees could be proud of and potential clients could easily navigate to find all of Murray Guard's services and contact the company to hire security personnel.

    AIME – Robert Morris University

    AIME is an acronym for Access to Interprofessional Mental Health Education. The job was referred to me from a designer friend who created the logo and some other design assets for the project. The site was built in Wordpress because the administrators of the site were not happy with the university's CMS.

    TeamPay is an application that allows teams in sports leagues to manage their league fees and equally split payments between players. Additional fees can also be tacked on for referee costs or equipment and jerseys. The service is free for team managers and payments are deposited into their accounts weekly.

    Proper Brick Oven & Tap Room

    The Proper Brick Oven and Tap Room is a new artisan pizza restaurant in the heart of Pittsburgh's cultural district. The website was designed by friend and former colleague, Rob Price, and I was hired to build it. The responsive 1-page website is a valuable feature for the restaurant whose traffic is comprised of more than 60% mobile devices.

  • is a project of the Allegheny Conference on Community Development. The goal of the website is to attract mid-career talent from other cities to fill the growing job market in the Pittsburgh 11-county region. The site allows users to explore Pittsburgh in live, work, play and learn categories, and search a database of over 20,000 jobs.


    In 1997, me and a friend launched the WWF Action Zone, a website dedicated to covering the WWF pro wrestling and it became an instant success. Within a year we relaunched the site as and continued to run the site for 4 years through college allowing us to travel around the country for wrestling shows. It was an amazing learning experience that set the stage for a long and rewarding career.


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