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Erik Dunham studied design and fine arts at Coker College in Hartsville, S.C., before receiving his Master of Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute, College of Art in 1996. He began designing websites in 1996, focusing first on visual and interaction design, then exploring and integrating user experience design, information architecture, and e-commerce design. Dunham joined National Public Radio's nascent NPR Online department in 1999 and helped design, build and launch web properties for the public broadcasting community. After a brief stint as an information architect with the spectrum auction division of the Federal Communications Commission, he joined The Corporation for Public Broadcasting in 2004 where he led the creation of websites and applications. Dunham has taught graphic and web design at Coker College and Marymount University and continues to help clients create websites as a freelance consultant and designer.

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