In this episode Marne Pike Chief Operating Officer and Senior Digital Strategist, and Mike Brophy Creative Director at Veracity Media join Gary Rozanc to discuss the process behind designing a political campaign for an individual and the process designing for an organization. We go in-depth on digital strategy, interactive design, and website development and how those different disciplines fit into the entire project.
Marne Pike is Chief Operating Officer and Senior Digital Strategist at Veracity Media. Marne hails from New York’s North Country. After working with international development agencies abroad and on domestic political campaigns Marne joined Veracity to lead the digital strategy for campaigns and non-profits that she’s passionate about.
Beyond helping hold down the fort at Veracity, Marne’s focus is on getting more women elected to public office by advising and leading the digital campaign efforts of women candidates, PACs, and organizations fighting to get more women elected.
Mike Brophy is the Creative Director at Veracity Media. Mike came to Veracity after a short stint working as a freelance designer and videographer. In 2012 he worked on the Obama For America digital team in Ohio, which jump started his interest in the political and non-profit worlds. He recently received degrees in audio and video production from Indiana University, and in 2014 expanded his design, video, photography and political organizing skills on a senate race in Iowa.
Mike loves the melding of all things technical and creative, and the challenge of applying these in aesthetically pleasing, and logical ways. Originally from outside of Philadelphia, he is excited to now call D.C. his home.