About John LeMasney


John LeMasney is a father who lives and works in and around Charlottesville, VA, and formerly in Princeton, NJ. For over 20 years, he has offered consulting in technology, design, communication, and branding for academia, the enterprise, libraries, and consumers with LeMasney Consulting. He was the Manager of Educational Technology Training and Outreach at Princeton University and previously worked at Rider University as the Manager of Technology Training. He was awarded a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership with honors from Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ (’09), and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture with honors from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA (’98). He taught at Rider University in the Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership program, as well as Princeton Public Library, Princeton Adult School, Library Link NJ, and many other venues.

John is a designer, technologist, instructional designer, consultant, open web advocate and open source evangelist. He is most interested in helping people to use technology to make their lives, work, and world better.


I teach about Google services, like Drive, Music, Chrome, Chrome OS/Chromebooks, Android, YouTube and the rest.

I talk about designing presentations, graphic design principles, making infographics, digital illustration, digital photography, and personal and organizational branding.

I talk about many open source products and services including WordPress, Drupal, Inkscape, Linux, GIMP, VLC, and more.I talk about popular web services and methods in social media, including Twitter, Hootsuite, Pinterest, Facebook, and Google Plus.


I want to help people. I want to use my various skills, achievements and passions in technology, arts, speaking, and other areas of experience and ability to help people make their own happiness, productivity, and best practices. I strive to support or improve my understanding of technology, balance, quiet, calm, and universal knowledge. To this end I support, to the best of my ability, clarity, transparency, communication, openness, open standards, open knowledge and education, and low thresholds of entry for all.

Interviews and Philosophy

Here are a few interviews that will give you some insight on my technology and teaching philosophy:

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