A New Sheriff’s in Town

A New Sheriff’s in Town

You love Papercut’s superfriendly, organized project management. Well, it just got better. Jamie Ann Phillips has joined Papercut Interactive as an Account Manager. Here’s what’s going through her mind these days…


Folks, there’s a new sheriff in town, and I’m glad to be here.

Getting to Know You, and You, and You

Joining a web design company can be intimidating. Especially one that’s as close knit as Papercut Interactive. Luckily, it’s a super friendly company with super friendly people, so I settled in pretty quickly. Jenny has been introducing me to many of our clients (you guys are nice, too!). If we haven’t met yet, we will soon. It’s great to put faces with voices.

How the Web Works – Always Learning

Now that I’m assimilated into Papercut’s culture, I am learning everything I can about web design. There is so much to know, and it changes all the time! In some ways I’m like our clients – a lot of web “stuff” is new to me, so I look to Michael, Ashley, and the team for expert opinions on how a site should function or how the responsive website layouts should shuffle. I discover something new every day, and the more knowledgeable I become, the better I can communicate with my team and my clients.

Client Relationships – The Papercut Way

In my previous experience as an Account Manager, my main role was to keep production moving and always hold deadlines. Here at Papercut that role is expanded. Growing and maintaining strong relationships with our clients is a huge priority. That means that anything I can do to make a client’s experience better, I’ll do it. Coffee every Friday? Honest recommendations about your next web project? Cupcakes on rainy days? Tickets to see Eric Clapton live? You got it. Okay, maybe not the last one. But, you get my point. I’m here to help.

As the new (superfriendly) sheriff in town, you can count on me to keep your projects organized, communicate your needs to the fine folks who build our beautiful websites, and offer your team just the right amount of hand holding throughout your website development process.