I’m Amanda, and I am the owner and lead designer here at Mixie. It is my absolute pleasure to work with creatives in multiple fields as they navigate the winding paths of business ownership.
Since 2004, I have been in the business of building businesses. Armed with a background in psychology, user experience, and design, I have made it my mission to help others like me find their way to whatever it is they call success. My focus these days is on branding, website design, mission strategy, and growing organic communities. You could say I am a little enthusiatsic when it comes to starting a business. I’ll be your biggest cheerleader and your closest confidant, not just your designer.
Currently, I am the leader of the local TuesdaysTogether Livingston County group through The Rising Tide society and getting to know local creative pros gives me life.
Facts: I laugh A LOT. Podcasts are my favorite. Dogs are the best. Music gets better as you travel backward through time.
Loves: Family, good books, nature walks, killer playlists, strong coffee, any kind of nachos, playing ukulele, and being a good human.
Dislikes: Shrimp, rude people, wet socks, and closed minds.
I cannot wait to get to know you and learn more about your passions. Let’s team up, work hard, and be friends.
This is my jam
My favorite clients are those who want more. Those who are driven. The ones who care about the world and know they have what it takes to make it better. I love creatives most, but have a special soft spot for the local ones with adventurous spirits.
Branding and Website Design are what we focus on most at Mixie, but we can so oh so much more. Our network of designers have specialties ranging from animation to livestreaming, and pretty much everything in between.
No two companies are identical, so no design solution is either. Want to learn more about how we can help you change your corner of the world? Curious if Mixie offers something specific that you need? Reach out! Let’s chat. Once you get to know us, you’ll see why we are so awesome.
WE SHOULD PROBABLY BE FRIENDS
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