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The secret to working with multiple creative personalities and roles

 

We think it’s high time you’re let in on the secret to cross-functional collaboration.

Sometimes it’s hard to play with others — err, we mean work with others. But at the end of the day, we have to abide by The Sandbox Rules and figure out how to best work together, which can be tough when you’re bringing together very different creative types, personalities and roles. So how do you encourage creativity while fostering cross-functional collaboration and complete a project on time?

The Lucidpress Creative Team has an answer to that.

Tune into our January Lunch and Learn and hear from our very own Creative Team. We’re a pretty opinionated bunch, but personable — we look forward to virtually meeting y’all.
  • How marketing works with creative
  • Best practices for cross-functional collaboration
  • Some of our most memorable hiccups
  • How design and copy work together

Christina Sanders

Inbound Marketing Manager, Lucidpress

Christina joined Lucidpress with years of marketing experience under her belt. She serves as inbound marketing manager developing both B2B and B2C marketing channels. Most recently she worked as a campaign manager at 97th Floor, a digital marketing agency where she managed integrated marketing campaigns. Christina graduated from BYU’s public relations program.

Outside the office, you’ll find Christina teaching piano lessons or cooking a new recipe she found on Pinterest.

Monique Seitz-Davis

Associate Content Manager, Lucidpress

Monique Seitz-Davis is an Associate Content Manager for Lucidpress. She really likes words, sparkles and the nitty-gritty details that make something *really* come to life. Monique’s produced content for a myriad of brands like, Cotopaxi, Wit & Delight, franki and Merrell. When Monique's not writing, you can likely find her trail running, devouring almost anything covered in marinara or rabble-rousing with her dogs.

Scott Talbot

Art Director, Lucidchart

With 7 years of design experience, Scott knows all-too-well the pain of brand inconsistency and wasted design time. He’s passionate about developing and promoting powerful brands, and helping small creative teams punch their weight. Earlier this year, Scott led the creative team in a rebrand of Lucid Software (recently valued at $1B), which resulted in a 75% company-wide adoption rate of the new brand within three months. Prior to Lucidpress, he served as art director for several small local advertising agencies before switching to the corporate world.

In his spare time, Scott loves camping in the Wasatch Mountains with his family and dabbling in photography — in fact, he’s quite enjoying his MasterClass with Annie Leibovitz.

Brady Ashby

Front End Engineer II, Lucidpress

By day, Brady Ashby is the Lucidpress Marketing Team’s sole and fearless front-end developer. Brady is an extremely proficient bug smasher, code detective and creative confidante with over 3 years of front end experience. By night, Brady is a connoisseur of Nerds rope, video games, and can fix just about anything. Though when Brady’s not crushing code or candy, he’s gallivanting around with his two kiddos and wife.