Joy Miller

Marketing and Content Specialist

Joy studied computer-graphics technology at Purdue University. Throughout her professional career, she has been responsible for using technology with words and images to tell stories. Today she puts her web skills to use helping organizations use their online communications to build, design, and manage their brands.

Previously, Joy worked as an interactive content editor at the University of Chicago Magazine and as the art director of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. At the Bulletin, she was part of the team that won the 2007 National Magazine Award for General Excellence.

What to expect when working with Joy

Joy is a seasoned professional with strong digital experience. If you’re unsure about how to focus messaging and design, Joy will use her experience to help. With her guidance you will focus message, meet communication goals, grow business opportunities, and strengthen market positions.

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Started with TBH: 2004


HubSpot Inbound Certified

"The web—both its technologies and the many ways that people use it—is constantly evolving. Communicating effectively online is all about embracing flexibility."

Name one thing you wish clients already knew or understood.

Designing for web and print are two different experiences. Understanding the limitations of each will help create a unified experience in both mediums. The web—both its technologies and the many ways that people use it—is constantly evolving; however, once a print design has been printed, it's finished. Communicating effectively online is all about strategically embracing flexibility.

What’s your favorite website and why?

I couldn’t survive a day without Google.

What do love about your job?

I love hearing that clients are satisfied at the end of a project and eager to do more.

Coffee or tea
Harney & Sons’ hot cinnamon spice tea

Favorite Food

Favorite Book
Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi

Favorite Trip

Favorite Color
Pantone 166

Purdue University

Favorite Movie
Beginners (2010), Goonies (1985), and The Sound of Music (1965)

Favorite Animal

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