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  1. Harness Joins Coles Marketing as Full Stack Developer

    September 1, 2017 by Christopher Lloyd

    Coles Marketing has tapped Adam Harness, a veteran web developer, as Full Stack Developer/Technical Lead. He will create and enhance websites, guide the technical side of the development process and troubleshoot any digital problems for clients.

    Harness has a computer graphics technology degree from IUPUI and more than 12 years of web experience, including running his own digital consulting agency. His background includes working with a wide range of clients, enterprises, political campaigns and causes. He keeps abreast of emerging technologies so he can master them and then apply that knowledge to the marketplace.

    “Adam will help us integrate all the different pieces of client website development, such as copywriting, graphic design and photography/videography,” said President Barbara Coles. “Coles Marketing continues to build its capacity to serve every aspect of clients’ web presence and digital outreach.”

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  2. Coles Marketing Hires Veronica Lytle for Creative Content

    August 3, 2017 by Christopher Lloyd

    Veronica Lytle has joined Coles Marketing as a Creative Content Specialist, bringing a diverse set of skills that include copywriting, graphic design, videography and digital savvy.

    She will help the company’s clients get their message out to their desired audience in inspired ways that grab the public’s attention and evoke connections that turn into customers.

    Lytle has a bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications & Broadcasting from Ball State University. Her professional background is in broadcast television, including stints at several Indianapolis stations where she filled a number of roles, helping build audiences and engagement.

    “In many ways, Veronica represents the next stage in the evolution of the 21st century integrated marketing firm,” said Coles Marketing President Barbara Coles. “She has the creative firepower and versatile toolkit to serve clients across myriad platforms at once.”

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  3. The Latest in Web Design? Retro Websites Inspired by the ’90s

    July 26, 2017 by Veronica Lytle

    These sites are totally evoking a sort of hipster nostalgia for the early days of the internet.

    Check out these avant-garde yet familiar designs. What do you think? Balenciaga, Solange and Arcade Fire are already following this trend. We’d love to hear what you think!

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