eVorticity is David Cosseboom and Christy Carlson. Located in Lincoln, NE (Nebraska), eVorticity services reach out all across Nebraska, the United States, Canada and beyond.
eVorticity comes from the meteorological term vorticity meaning: The measurement of the rotation of a small air parcel. It has vorticity when the parcel spins as it moves along its path. Although the axis of the rotation can extend in any direction, meteorologists are primarily concerned with the rotational motion about an axis that is perpendicular to the earth's surface. If it does not spin, it is said to have zero vorticity. In the Northern Hemisphere, the vorticity is positive when the parcel has a counterclockwise, or cyclonic, rotation. It is negative when the parcel has clockwise, or anticyclonic, rotation. (weather.com) Positive vorticity is associated with vertical motion, or lift, which is the driving force behind all storm systems. eVorticity is dedicated to moving your business in the right direction, up!
Experience - eVorticity has nearly 17 combined years of web development, web design, graphic design and programming experience. David has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln and Christy has a Masters of Science in Computer Science/Meteorology from the University of Oklahoma and a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. David spent 3 years working for the Lincoln Journal Star leading the web/online department.