Workbox was founded in 1997 in San Francisco, California by Eric Weidner. Over the years, Workbox has grown and changed as businesses have become more sophisticated and technologies advanced. We added heavy technical expertise to our amazing design capabilities, but kept our philosophy intact: A website should be easy to use, easy to update and improve the bottom line.

As new technologies and techniques become solid and reliable, we add them to our toolkit. We want to be sure our clients get the most value for their money, and we don’t want our clients running online experiments with unstable, untested software.

Our entrepreneurial side gets excited by new and creative online businesses and initiatives! We love to see our clients’ ideas succeed, and we understand the need to get all you can out of your resources.

Our Team
Eric Weidner
President & CEO

A seasoned media and technology executive, Eric Weidner co-founded Workbox in 1997. Eric’s expertise lies in helping clients translate their business goals into something highly usable on the Web. Throughout his career, he has crafted this skill into a practical, systematic process, working to launch successful online marketing campaigns for companies as diverse as SanDisk (high-tech hardware), Jazz Pharmaceuticals (pharmaceuticals), Hestan (high-end consumer products) and many, many others.

Stephanie Heald
Chief Creative Officer

Stephanie has proved the depth of her design talent on websites, branding, magazines, newspapers, books, and information graphics for Workbox and Danilo Black USA, where she worked with the highly-regarded Roger Black. She has done information architecture, web design, mobile device design user interface design, Flash and branding work for many startups and established businesses including MacroGenics, Intelliden, Enobia,, Marimba and Evite. Her book experience includes God’s Breath, Revolution, and San Francisco Seafood; her periodical experience includes magazine and page layouts for the San Francisco Chronicle newspaper. Stephanie earned a B.F.A. from the The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Bejan Aminifard
Chief Technical Officer, SEM President

Bejan Aminifard is a founder of Strategy LLC, a Russia-based development company specializing in e-commerce software development since January 1999. Bejan’s uniquely positive e-commerce experience is the result of a strong technical background matched with a “can do” entrepreneurial spirit and an understanding of online business. His first e-commerce venture earned placement in the “Top 100 Fastest Growing Companies in America in 1998” (D&B/Entrepreneur Magazine). After a string of successful e-commerce ventures, Bejan’s current focus is on online marketplace platform development and online marketing. Bejan graduated from UC Berkeley in 1996 with a B.A. in Cognitive Science and concentration in Computer Science.

Artem Kudryavtsev
System Architect, Lead Developer

Artem first started developing websites in 2002, and since then he has mastered a number of technologies: PHP, ASP, MySQL, Javascript and more. He has shown great results architecting and implementing corporate websites, distributed systems, ecommerce projects, and social networks – all with an eye to keeping development efficient and cost-effective. In 2003, Artem came to Workbox where he is Lead Developer and System Architect. Artem graduated from the Nizhniy Novgorod University with a B.A. in Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics and concentration in Information Systems.

Gleb Aksyuchenko
Project Manager

A graduate of Nizhniy Novgorod Linguistic University with Ph.D. in Political Science, Gleb has been involved with the Web since 2004 when he joined Workbox. Since then he has managed almost all types of web applications development projects, being an advocate of the Agile Project Management technique. This experience translated into the unique client-oriented approach in leading software development and support projects that constitutes an additional value for the customer. His expertise lies in the deep understanding of client’s requirements and conveying those to the development team in the form of technical specs.