Bruce has been with the Zoo since November 2004 and enjoys the day-to-day challenges of designing and developing for the Australia Zoo websites. The websites play an important role for people wanting to visit the Zoo, and also for delivering up-to-date information and entertainment for people from all walks of life... Not to mention delivering the all-important conservation message. For a lot of people, the Australia Zoo website is the first port of call when it comes to wildlife and conservation information. So it is important that we get it right, and we endeavor to continue to do that.
Online Content Coordinator and Magazine Editor
Jess has been living it up in ye olde website team since July 2005 and is now also loving being the Editor of Australia Zoo Magazine. She says it's a blast working in such a creative environment, and loves sourcing and developing stacks of new and exciting content for our clickers and readers each day! JT also writes Crikey Connection, the Zoo's monthly e-newsletter – sign up for it here!It's a very exciting time to be working on the magazine and websites, with lots of awesome developments happening left, right and centre... Jess highly recommends joining Zoo Club to stay connected to the Australia Zoo universe!
Nathan's role is to assist the web team in creating the best websites possible for people looking for information about the Zoo and animals."The internet is one of humanity's biggest achievements," says Nathan. "And it's still in its infancy, with a long way to go. I'm excited to be a part of it! I love how it's democratic in nature and anyone can use it to publish information. On the web there is more information available than in any library and it can be accessed in seconds by anyone, anywhere."Nathan is looking forward to when the orangutans arrive; they are one of his favourite animals and he has always wanted to meet one!