About Josh Can Help

My long relationship with technology started in my early teen years posting on BBSes and building my own computers. After more than a decade of tinkering, I decided to make it my profession by building my first web site for a family member in 2006. Soon after that, I started taking on small client projects found via word-of-mouth and online-networking while completing a B.S. in Chemistry. Since then, I’ve built Josh Can Help up to a thriving freelance practice that’s been supporting me and my family since 2008.

I’ve worked with and for companies and agencies both large and small, including:

  • Auth0
  • Precision Nutrition
  • Seattle Children’s Hospital
  • 8ninths
  • 10up
  • SmartVault
  • Alan Colmes
  • CenturyLink
  • Coca-Cola
  • Pepsi
  • Edelman
  • AARP
  • AT&T Wireless
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • The Fearey Group
  • Monster Design
  • SeaMonster Studios
  • Hugo House
  • Social Media Today
  • Ready For Zero
  • Ray’s Restaurant

I truly enjoy working on and with the web and I’ve met so many interesting, talented people along the way. I believe that you’re only as good as the people you associate with so I try to stay connected to people who I admire and enjoy spending time with. I also love helping people do their best online and elsewhere, hence the name of this site and my online persona.


  • I store all my public code on Github and find myself on there quite a bit. I open source everything that’s not proprietary or for sale. Thoughts on that here.
  • I try to keep my LinkedIn profile as up-to-date as I can.