Metajive hires 6 Fresh Faces


One of our favorite things is adding fresh talent to our team over here at Metajive.

We're excited to announce that we have added not one, but six new employees since the start of the year. We invite you to meet the new faces of Metajive.
Tim is our brand new QA Lead. He’s here to ensure the highest standards of quality from processes to products (something we take very seriously around here.) When he’s not making sure all our projects are pixel perfect, he’s playing guitar, skateboarding, or exploring the latest tech gadgets.
As a Senior Experience Designer located in St. Louis, Matt gets an early start on the day’s UX & design work before we’ve even had our morning brew here in San Diego. When not designing, he’s raising two daughters, streaming movies, and spending time outside with the family.
One of Metajive's new Senior Digital Producers, Katherine brings a strategic lens, a keen eye, and a passion for mission-driven clients to her role. Off camera, you'll find her adventuring close to home in Portland or tucked into a book, good coffee in hand. If you get to work with Katherine, make sure to ask her about the Dwell feature on her "tiny home."
As another fresh Senior Digital Producer, Kyle runs a tight ship. When he’s not keeping us all on track, he likes to pretend he’s in a band and record music in his closet studio. He also likes to make furniture. And because we now have 2 Kyles, he will henceforth be referred to as Kyle V.
Our second Kyle hire, and an uber talented UX Designer, Kyle M. loves how everything from movies to books, and comics to video games started as a blank piece of paper. Before becoming a visual designer, he made hip hop beats for local Californian musicians. We think that’s pretty cool.
Nijaz comes as a fabulous addition to our Experience Design team. When he's not immersed in the fine art of digital storytelling, he likes to dabble in architecture and interior design, or play soccer. Looking for a pick up game? Call Nijaz.
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