• Timothy E. McMahon


  • User Interface Design
  • Wireframes
  • Information Architecture
  • Technical Support
  • Website Accessibility
  • Analytics Reporting
  • Writing for Publication



American Mathematical Society — 1998 through Present

  • Senior User Interface/Experience Designer & Special Project Coordinator
    This senior position coordinates special projects and activities relating to the general operation and direction of the AMS website and other web-based initiatives. In this role, I work closely with and take direction from the Information Services Director and the organization's Web Governance Group. Subsequently, I analyze user requirements, collaborate with graphic artists, and work with web developers to prototype and design visually aesthetic, highly usable web interfaces. I am responsible for overseeing all user experience and design aspects of the organization’s websites.
  • Achievements:
  • Introduced Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager to the organization
  • Brought on Bootstrap as our front-end framework
  • Led the selection project to bring in Informz as the company's mass email marketing platform
  • Manage the technical side of the AMS blogosphere
  • Led the Information Architecture project in use on the website today
  • Designed the AMS Bookstore
  • Brought Mathematical Moments to Alexa: "Alexa, play Mathematical Moments Podcast."

Eleven Limited, LLC — 2005 - 2015

  • Business Owner · Web developer · Consultant
  • Eleven Limited was a small web design and development business catering to small businesses that did not have staff or expertise to develop their own web presence. Eleven Limited noted for its charitable work.



  1. Ayer, Elizabeth and McMahon, Timothy E. "A People Driven Web Redesign." Associations Now (2012): 2-5.
  2. McMahon, Timothy E. "Give More Than You Take." Keenan, Maggie F. Small Businesses Give Big. Richmond: Alma Publishing, 2008. 58‐64.
  3. McMahon, Timothy E. and Blessing Kathy M. "The Twayne Authors Series." The Charleston Advisor (2001): 42-43.
  4. —. "Evaluation of Presidential Candidates Websites." Government Information Quarterly (2001): 69-72.
  5. Bucci, Wendy and McMahon, Timothy E. "Toward a Stable Web: Current Initiatives Add Stability to a Dynamic Environment." Information Outlook (2000): 59-60.
  6. McMahon, Timothy E. "An Annotated Bibliography of Works by Theodore Kaczynski from 1965-1969 Drawn from the MathSciNet Database." Bulletin of Bibliography (2000): 95-97.
  7. —. "This Science Isn't Just for Mathematicians Anymore: Mathematics Resources on the Internet." College & Research Libraries News (2000): 395-399.
  8. —. "Outsourcing the Portal: Another Branch in the Decision Tree." Information Outlook (2000): 23-26.
  9. —. "" The Charleston Advisor (2000): 31-33.
  10. —. "Just What Is an Intelligent Agent?" Information Outlook (2000): 40-42.
  11. —. "Portals, Portals Everywhere." Information Outlook (1999): 36-38.
  12. —. "The Cutting Edge: A New Beginning." Information Outlook (1999): 88.
  13. —. "Electronic Resources: Use and User Behavior." Information Outlook (1999): 34.
  14. —. "National Archives and Records Administration Web Site." Government Information Quarterly (1999): 81-84.
  15. —. "National library of medicine web site: National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services." Government Information Quarterly (1999): 81-84.
  16. —. "An Annotated Bibliography of Works by the 1998 Fields Medal Winners Drawn from the AMS MathSciNet Database." Bulletin of Bibliography (1999): 15-43.
  17. McMahon, Timothy E. and Morse, Robert. "Presidential Libraries Websites." Government Information Quarterly (1999): 305-307.
  18. McMahon, Timothy E. "Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications (MOCAT) Online." College & Research Libraries News (1998): 288-289.
  19. —. "Software Review: EndNote." The Journal of Academic Librarianship (1998): 430-431.
  20. —. "Career Resources on the Web." Information Outlook (1998): 12-14.
  21. —. "ProCite 4: A Look at the Latest Release in Bibliographic Management Software." Library Software Review (1998): 4-13.
  22. McMahon, Timothy E. "A Brief Overview of the Spaulding House Research Library and the Providence Jewelry Museum." Molloy, Scott and Barden, Eric. A Guide to the Historical Study of Rhode Island Working People. Rhode Island Labor History Society, 1995. 39-40.
  23. —. "A Seed Drops on a Distant Land: The Emigration of Patrick McMahon." The Irish Genealogist (1995): 188-194.
  24. —. "Plumbing the Depths of Rhode Island Labor History: An Information Needs Essay." Current Studies in Librarianship (1995): 42-45.
  25. —. The McMahon Chronicles: The Story of an Irish-American Family in Rhode Island, 1870-1994. Providence: Taurus House, 1994.

Military Service

Rhode Island Army National Guard

  • Detachment 1, Long Range Surveillance - 1st Squadron 26th Cavalry
  • Sergeant - Long Range Reconnaissance Scout
  • 1986—1987

United States Army

  • 3rd Infantry Division - Division Deception Planning NCO - Commanding General's Staff
  • Sergeant
  • 1984—1986
  • 9th Infantry Division - 3/60 Infantry Regiment
  • Cavalry Scout – Airborne qualified
  • 1982—1983