Since December 2007, I’ve been fortunate to call Newfangled my professional home. I bridge the gap between our clients, developers, and designers. I make sure the myriad of small tasks required to take a site from sale to go live happen smoothly, and that everyone enjoys themselves along the way.

Like most people in the web world, I stumbled upon it unexpectedly. After graduating from Kenyon College with a degree in Religious Studies, I was hired by the startup Lulu.com in a customer support/marketing role.   Through witnessing the joy and frustration of users first hand, I learned what makes a great user experience and how to explain highly technical concepts in simple terms. I continue to use these lessons every day at Newfangled.

When “unplugged”, you can find me trail running, practicing yoga, and digging in the dirt at my local co-op farm.


Writing

The Two Things About Lead Generation

As part of our ‘2 Things’ meme, we boil down a big web topic into 2 essential points that we think represent the best lessons we could share. I volunteered for the topic of lead generation. There are countless approaches

by Katie Jamison on in marketing

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