A Day in the Life: Web Design & Marketing

Read Jillian Kuhn’s archived tweet feed here: http://www.vpul.upenn.edu/careerservices/JillianKuhn_Feed.pdf

There’s more to websites than meets the eye – Who built the site? What is the site’s goal? What are the results?  On Thursday, February 24th, alum Jillian Kuhn will tweet for @PennCareerDay about her day with Viget Labs.  If you’re interested in web design, marketing or growing a business online – follow Jillian this week! Learn more about Jillian below.

Jillian Kuhn

Jillian Kuhn is a web project manager for Viget Labs (http://www.viget.com), a mid-sized agency that specializes in web and mobile visual design, development, user experience design, and marketing.

As a project manager, Jillian is responsible for project planning and execution. She is the lead consultant — overseeing the budgets, schedules, strategy, and deliverables of her team, as well as managing client communication.

On any given day, Jillian is actively leading several diverse projects. Her clients range from non-profits to start-ups to big brands, and they span industries from entertainment to healthcare to higher education.

Jillian graduated magna cum laude from the School of Arts and Sciences with a B.A. in Communication. Prior to working with the web, Jillian was a television promotions producer for local news affiliates.

To connect with Jillian, follow her on Twitter – @jillyk, or find her on LinkedIn – linkedin.com/in/jilliankuhn.

Author: Shannon Kelly

Shannon Kelly is the Job & Internship Coordinator in Career Services.

8 thoughts on “A Day in the Life: Web Design & Marketing”

  1. I completely agree, it has never been harder to get involved in the working web design industry

  2. It’s great to see post-secondary institutions developing more web design programs, it’s a great industry to get into. Well-trained young people are going to be a hot commodity in the next 5 years for many of the hot web design areas.

  3. I can’t disagree more…it is so easy to penetrate the web design industry…simply do a search on outsourcing sites and there are literally hundreds of people everyday looking to update their websites with quality designers…especially in wordpress.

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