Fastspot Welcomes New Team Members

“At Fastspot, our strength is our team. The quality of the work we bring to our clients depends on having great people working collaboratively to solve problems.”

Fastspot is pleased to announce that two new team members have joined our agency.

“At Fastspot, our strength is our team. The quality of the work we bring to our clients depends on having great people working collaboratively to solve problems,” said Tracey Halvorsen, President and Chief Visionary Officer. “Fastspot’s recent growth will allow us to continue to raise the bar in web strategy, design, and development.”

Fran Zablocki, Senior UX Strategist

Fran comes to Fastspot with twelve years of experience in user experience, information architecture, content strategy, and marketing for higher education. Prior to working as a consultant and digital strategist, Fran oversaw alumni web and social media communications for SUNY Geneseo and managed dozens of website production projects for Nazareth College, including major redesigns of the Nazareth homepage, undergraduate admissions site, and arts center site.

In addition to his experience working for and with colleges and universities, he has regularly shared expertise on information architecture, content strategy, and user experience by speaking at regional and national conferences such as HighEdWeb, OmniUpdate User Conference, SUNYCUAD, Penn State Elements, and TerminalFour User Conference.

As a Senior UX Strategist for Fastspot, Fran will work with clients throughout the entirety of their projects to ensure Fastspot’s products meet (and exceed) the needs of their target audiences.

Emily Agueda, Project Manager

Emily joins Fastspot with 10 years of digital marketing experience under her belt. She’s managed web projects in a multitude of industries, including sports media, K-12 education, and banking, and has taken on roles from account management to digital project management to web marketing.

Emily has in-depth technical project management experience, and has worked on projects such as coordinating the development of a multimedia, interactive DotNetNuke website, leading end-to-end content creation and development for more than 50 websites, integrating WCAG 2.0 accessibility standards, and…

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