As the Lead Production Manager at TheeDesign, Gabrielle collaborates with our designers and developers to take each client’s vision from concept to completion. She works closely with the client to truly understand their goals and contributes ideas and suggestions that help the project come to life visually while keeping total user experience as a primary objective. Gabrielle is passionate about her work and is always looking for new and inspirational ideas to incorporate into her projects.
Gabrielle has brought nine years of web design & development experience to TheeDesign. In the years before making the move, she spent her time performing each part of the process while maintaining relationships with clients that have lasted many years and even overlapped into life at TheeDesign. This deep understanding of the process, ability to consistently “read her client’s minds” and complete commitment to seeing each project to success makes her a strong Project Manager. Gabrielle’s attraction to TheeDesign began with the desire to grow her existing skills with a team she could learn from and equally contribute to. The strong reputation TheeDesign has in the industry for internet marketing made us the perfect match.
User Experience Design
Digital Content Development
Custom Application Development
When Gabrielle isn’t sketching out wireframes or racing towards launch dates she can usually be found training for challenges of a different nature. She recently earned her second orange headband as a 2X Tough Mudder finisher and will complete her fourth Half Marathon this fall in the OuterBanks. Outside of the race circuit Gabrielle loves planning weekends away with her husband and daughter in the North Carolina mountains and beaches, which are usually declared “technology free” except for when she sneaks in the occasional Instagram or Snapchat.
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