About John

John is a creative technology strategist with years of experience in technology development, public speaking, and corporate leadership. John invented one of the first automatic website creators. After, he moved to the U.S. to collaborate with some of the biggest names in technology, including Microsoft, Intel, and Hewlett Packard. John went on to found People CD, Inc. in Las Vegas, a company that provides high-end tech solutions for major corporations. He also created the first safe browser for children and the first browser for people with autism, Zac Browser, which is still current and has reached millions of users since its inception in 2008.

John has been featured in news stories around the world and has been invited to share his story as a public speaker at multiple major events. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for multiple technology organizations and is founder and CEO of United for Autism, a nonprofit that provides free technology to the autism community.

John now lives in Paris, France, and continues to map out disruptive technology and lead top developers remotely from around the world. His next mission is to empower the Web 3.0 with highly innovative decentralized blockchain technology and to make this technology easily available to the public.

At a glance


Invented the first fully automatic banking reports system in Canada, where documents could travel from a computer to fax machine within seconds.

Web 1.0

Created one of the first automatic website creators directly from the browser without the need to install additional software or have prior coding knowledge.

Web 2.0

Web 2.0 Built the first secure browser for children online and launched the first browser for children with autism, reaching over 6 million users.

Web 3.0

John's current focus is to create and mainstream highly innovative decentralized blockchain technology easily available to the public.

Some companies John has worked with
“We’re here to put a dent in the universe. Otherwise why else even be here?”
Steve Jobs