A founding partner at Webplace, Michael commenced his digital career 22 years ago in design, exploring the relationships between design, user experience and technology.
With a keen sense of using digital for good, Michael seeks to ensure that all projects we take on have a purpose and are helping and not hindering the world and the humans that live in it. As an online volunteer with United Nations Online Volunteer Group for the past 20 years, Michael has designed, built and deployed projects for some of the most vulnerable communities in the world.
Over two decades of working in digital provide Michael with an understanding that great digital projects are made up of a collaborative client-relationship, well defined, tested and validated business and user-driven outcomes that seek to provide real and tangible deliverables for businesses and its users. Michael oversees project continuity, ensuring that business drivers and user experience and requirements are kept at top of mind in the delivery of our projects. Michael also heads up the strategic and process management at Webplace. Michael has a keen focus on ensuring Webplace simplifies the complex and maintains a culture of high-quality project delivery.
Michael is the son of an island princess from a Muyuan tribe in Papua New Guinea.