Upcoming Event: Official Launch of Knak Landing Pages - Wednesday, January 27, 2021

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Welcome Mishelle Menzies

Introducing our UX Designer

The Knak team is growing again, and we’re happy to welcome Mishelle Menzies as our brand new UX designer.

Mishelle began her career in advertising, working as an Art Director with multinational agencies on award-winning campaigns. During her time as an AD, she found herself drawn to digital design and began exploring the foundations of user experience.

Since then, she has successfully launched many web- and app-based products – her clients have included Home Depot and the Toronto Star – and she’s known for clean, intuitive, beautiful design.

At Knak, Mishelle will be working closely with the development and product teams to enhance the user experience within the Knak platform. Her innate understanding of users’ pain points make her an ideal fit for this role, and we’re looking forward to the insight and strategy she brings to the table.

When she’s not pixel shifting, Mishelle can likely be found exploring nature, picking mushrooms, or sculpting with clay.

Tania Blake is Knak’s Marketing Manager, where she’s known for her strong attention to detail and unique ability to balance "process" with "getting stuff done". When she’s not juggling a million and one projects, you can find her cooking up a storm, doing yoga, or hanging out with her family.

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