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Miki leads the charge for digital marketing at Inovāt and has been mining through marketing data in an agency setting since 2007. From Google Adwords and Bing, to social media and search engine optimization, she works side-by-side with design and development teams to streamline websites, advertising pieces, and brand messaging to optimize performance in digital settings. She received her Associates in Graphic Design from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles, and her Bachelor’s in Business Marketing from California Coast University. In her spare time Miki runs a custom quilting business and is an active member in the Philadelphia Modern Quilt Guild. She lives in Lancaster, PA with her husband, Dan, and their two schnauzers, Becker and Augie, who are regular additions to the Inovāt office dynamic.
This is the last segment of a five-part series that will take you through a detailed look into how our process works.
The Wild, Wild West
Answering your most burning questions - (there's a cream for that).
You don't need to over-optimize, just write what you know.
In the words of a great man (Jeff Goldblum), your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could that they didn't stop to think if they should.
Ferrari is going solo, bear selfies, and HTML status complete
This week - Drones, sports branding, and coffee apps.
This week - Messing with iOS8 QuickType and CapitalOne buys a design firm
This week - Polaroid takes on GoPro, Hotels actually take your complaints seriously, and tools for human-centered design.
This week - Everything's coming up Apple for you and for me.
This week - bye-bye authorship, hackocalypse, and Tesla takes Sin City.
This week - Amazon to push advertising, Twitter Analytics for all, and a Hershey’s rebrand.
This week – Twitter snuff film, invisible children, and genius shower thoughts.
This week - Never get a Payday Loan, Google finds Nemo, and some funny stuff
This week - OkCupid stealth-mode, Homophones, and what really happened with Healthcare.gov
This week - reverse snobbery, fakecations, and breaking design conventions.
SEO, Social Media, and User Experience Design jobs put you in work-life nirvana.
This week - The world’s cutest robot, affordable Tesla, and Comcast is (still) the worst.
This week - $44K potato salad, indie label music streaming, and the glorious return of Homestar.
This week - Google Keynote, protests, and mobile takeover.
This week - DC wants SF's techies & more
This week - opt-out of everything, electric cars, and boob data.
This week - web of the future, marketing to the childless, and text message breakups.
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This week – Skype translation, revenge porn, and the world’s lamest hack.
This week - Facebook wants to know even more, BMW sells via social, and the UK includes coding in core curriculum.
This week - Adobe wets the bed, and now you can text message 911
This week - Viral emotions, the Netflix of books, and a type face that teaches.
This week - Internet companies defy the NSA, Adwords upholds their own policies, and celebrity endorsements are meaningless.
Despite the tempting offer to have an agency man your social media platforms, managing first impressions online is something only an insider can accomplish. Let me tell you why.
This week – Windows XP gets the chopping block, new apps to stalk or be stalked, and super puppy cuteness.
This week - Mobile outpaces TV, Google pulls its SERPs out of the 90's, and an open letter to the world.
This week - Apple's CarPlay contingency plan, getting away with Getty, and terrorists of the web.
This week - Coca Cola cries over spilled profits, Twitter shows its hand with new cards, and justification of my life's work.
This week: Hedge funds get into the ad game, Facebook set on $19B shopping spree, and Upworthy's social fail whale.
This week - Michael Kors lets you nanny-cam Fashion Week, a user interface library, and some last minute Valentine's Day ideas.
This week - Facebook Paper hates your cartilage, free design prototyping, and Science FTW.
This week - Social media may undercut Putin's agenda for Winter Olympics, fluffy marketing propoganda, and a 90's winter flashback.
This week - Net Neutrality, Agile Project Management, 30 Years of Mac, and a long series of face melting cuteness.
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