By Grant Johnston, Yuit Partner Since our firm implemented a work-from-home policy two weeks ago, I’ve been impressed with the seamlessness of this transition. We’ve been engaged in rapid response communications for many of our clients as they seek to provide COVID-19 information and updates to their customers and stakeholders. Teamwork and “face time” have actually improved despite the physical separation – perhaps because when we work alone, the importance
It started in our daily morning “traffic” meetings. Account Executive Alexa Dobson would share a unique or unusual word or phrase with the team, explain the definition, and give an example of it being used in a sentence. After a while, we decided to incorporate our clients and social media followers into the fold by posting them each weekday to our Facebook and Instagram Stories. There is a new set
From airport meetings to conference calls in the streets of Viejo San Juan, our team had a memorable trip conducting interviews, shooting great footage, making new friends and exploring this great island! We want to thank our clients for their trust and for being so easy and fun to work with. Fantastic adventure in Puerto Rico
Early this summer Alec Wilber was promoted to the role of Graphics & Motion Design Lead. AJ is an amazing designer and has been doing an excellent job with our motion and digital graphics. In this role, he’ll continue his graphic design work while scaling up video and animation projects for all of our clients. “Working at Yuit has changed my perspective on how an agency could operate; Yuit truly
We invest in our team and are very proud of it! Art Director Edmar Carrillo and Graphics & Motion Design Lead Alec Wilber went to the HOW Design Live Conference in Chicago earlier this year. In addition to catching a Hamilton! showing, Edmar and AJ attended workshops on concepting, client feedback, and developing high quality branding. They brought some great creative ideas back to share with the rest of us!
The Alaska Journal of Commerce announces the members of the 2017 Top Forty Under 40 and our lovely creative director, Mariajose Echeverria Stewart, makes the list this year. The 2017 Top Forty Under 40 Aurora Agee, 37, First National Bank Alaska, Branch Manager/Loan Officer, Healy Ariane Aramburo, 34, KTUU, Executive Producer/Morning Edition co-anchor, Anchorage Chrissy Bell, 37, Credit Union 1, Senior Vice President of Communications and Culture Sabrina Binkley, 39, Spruce Tree Montessori School, Founder and Head, Fairbanks Kate Blair, 37,