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What do you do at LitLingo?
What do you find most rewarding about your role?
Previously I worked for an agency where I had a book of clients for whom I would fulfill various one-off projects. While the experiences and skills I gained there were invaluable, I am excited for the opportunity to be working in-house where I can fully immerse myself in the AI industry and help develop LitLingo’s brand.
Favorite part of working at LitLingo?
I joined LitLingo because I believe the product is important. To be responsible for creating the visual voice for a product I believe in is a dream come true.
What makes someone successful on your team?
Being able to articulate abstract ideas and turning them into a plan with actionable steps and a clear end goal. Here at LitLingo, we are a new product in a new market. There are going to be a lot of brainstorming sessions, with a lot of good ideas and bad ideas, and being able to decipher which is which and how to move forward quickly is crucial.
What’s the biggest problem your team is solving?
LitLingo is a new product in a new product category. Creating a visual language and captivating ways to communicate our solution is a daunting task. But we’re ready for it.
What projects are you most excited about?
I come from a motion background. I’m excited to create content that communicates what LitLingo is and why everyone needs it. In everything I do, my job is to make a line of site for the client to see LitLingo clearly and see how it is the best solution for their problems.
Favorite thing to do in Austin?
Eat. The best thing about being vaccinated is being able to go to restaurants again.
What food do you hate?
Boba tea. It’s slime balls, and you know it.
I can play guitar and sing decently, but my true talent is whistling with my hands.