About the Project

Good Internet Manners is an exploration of etiquette in our digital age. This project exists to create and curate resources for parents, companies, and schools.  

The project was birthed after a conversation between Eric Brown and longtime friend, Taylor Jones, about the state of the Internet and how people treat one another online.

About the Author

Eric Brown is Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of Whiteboard, an award-winning creative technology company devoted to purposeful ventures. Their team concepts, designs, and develops digital platforms for clients such as Chick-fil-A, Compassion International, Legacybox, Food for the Hungry, Preemptive Love Coalition, Q Ideas, Understory, Barna Group, Last Mile Health, and more. Their work has been recognized by Entrepreneur, .Net Magazine, The Webby’s, AWWWARDS, and SiteInspire.

With a background in design and research, Eric keeps a pulse on industry trends, media psychology, and browser limits. He lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee with his wife, Katie, and their children, Ella and Owen.

Special thanks for their input on this project: Katie Brown, Taylor Jones, Ross Hagan, Jonathan Cutrell, Alex Nichols, Chris Horst, Andrew Wolgemuth, Erik Wolgemuth, Gabe Lyons, Josh Baker, Matt Busby, Russ Pate, Nick Morrison, Kody Dahl, Lindsey Gaff, Nick Blackmon, Stephen Van Gorp, Jonathan Ingraham, and more.