For Jay, the best part of coming to work is channeling MentorMate’s culture in a way that fosters client engagement through the delivery of custom software solutions and services. Our teams’ diverse skillsets allow them to adapt quickly as they resolve complex business issues encountered around the world.
VP of Sales and Marketing, Design Expert & Vinyl Archaeologist
Wielding an emphasis on memorable, measurable, and extensible experiences, Jay demystifies the technologies that help businesses go faster. For him, service expansion or revenue growth are impossible without an understanding of where business needs meet the user’s perspective.
Jay’s path is defined by a commitment to applying new skills to bigger challenges. Experience with print, broadcast, retail, and digital design have informed his evolution from Creative Direction to Business Development. His previous roles include Group Creative Director at Popular Front, Adjunct Faculty at MCAD, Creative Director at John Ryan Company, and Design Director at Twin Cities Public Television. His first big challenge? Designing album artwork for Twin/Tone, a Minneapolis record label.
Outside of the office, if Jay isn’t cycling through his collection of 5,000 records, he’s likely in the midst of his latest improvised road trip across Bulgaria. He also volunteers with BrandLab and is passionate about their mission to diversify marketing and advertising agencies.
Entries by Jay Miller
How can technologists create the framework researchers need to capture and analyze health data? The Google Fit and HealthKit SDKs are beginning to enable this. Apple CareKit takes it one step further, allowing professionals to leverage the software in delivering treatment.
The best UI/UX creates a feeling of comfort that users are cared for and operating in technology that feels uniquely designed for them. Nothing is overdone or gaudy. All is beautifully useful. The first experience with the design feels familiar, but each time you revisit it, the experience improves and gradually the quality and details reveal themselves.
The healthcare industry is changing at a rapid pace. Today, patients have more access to medical information and technology than […]