This site launched on January '02, when blogging as a site format was in its earliest infancy. In those days, if you wanted to be a part of the conversation you had to blog yourself because blog comments–neither the idea nor the technologyhad been created yet. In the last eleven years, Airbag has earned a reputation for being a blunt voice in the world of interactive design though not always on the topic.
In the summer of 2005 Greg started his studio and used the Airbag name for the company. Airbag Industries LLC had a good run from 2005 through 2009 when the company merged with long-time competitor and peer, Happy Cog.
Today, Airbag is back to serve its original purpose.
Airbag is written by Greg Storey. In the last twenty years, he has hired, managed, and lead a number of design and development teams, creating websites for everything from NCAA sports tournaments to AAA game titles, telemedicine to Fortune 100 brands. His ideas and his work as a designer have been profiled in Communication Arts, The Wall Street Journal, MSNBC, Salon Magazine, and the Associated Press.
Greg grew up in Alaska and lived there for twenty years until moving gleefully to Southern California. After twelve years in the Golden State, Greg moved to Austin, Texas where he currently resides in Bouldin Creek community.