Leighton brings over 14 years of web development experience to the Alphabet® team, including a well-rounded skill set in design. Having earned a Diploma in Graphic Design and a Postgraduate Certificate in Interactive Multimedia from Algonquin College, he is highly proficient with everything related to web design and development.
Along with exploring creativity through painting and sketching, Leighton enjoys the challenge of learning something new, and his technical talents are constantly growing as he embraces new technologies. He is a team player who loves to solve problems collaboratively, while producing positive results for clients is the driving force behind his strong work ethic.
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