Austin, Texas - February 7, 2011 - SpaceCraft, a web publishing platform based in Austin, Texas announced the key hire of David Wood as Chief Architect.
Bringing over 10 years of CMS implementation and development experience to SpaceCraft, David will focus primarily on the overall technical approach and development of the SpaceCraft product.
Prior to joining the company, David served as Technical Architect at global innovation firm, frog design, where he oversaw technical strategies for web based and mobile solutions for several Fortune 500 clients.
Looking towards the SpaceCraft launch date in early 2012, Wood is anxious to start building an innovative product from the ground up. Wood states, “The SpaceCraft product encompasses two of my personal interests and areas of expertise: content management and mobile development. I'm excited to join the team and look forward to the challenge of creating a next-generation content management application.”
“David has demonstrated leadership in the development and implementation of cutting-edge technology that will be an invaluable asset to SpaceCraft as we develop our platform," said Adam Moore, SpaceCraft Co-founder and CEO.
SpaceCraft will offer a free 14-day trial with subscriptions starting at $49 per month, athttp://gospacecraft.com.
SpaceCraft empowers small businesses and organizations to easily build a powerful web presence. Through the company’s web-based software and live customer support, SpaceCraft helps customers create and manage beautifully effective websites that work across all devices — mobile phones, tablets and PCs. Founded in 2010 by Adam Moore and Jeff Williams, SpaceCraft is based in Austin, Texas. For more information and to request a beta invite, visit http://gospacecraft.com.