Start over, mind the details, push hardest in the last mile. This is your life’s work – are you proud to put your name on it?
Create with purpose, intention, and measure. Trust your gut but use your head.
Let curiosity lead you, never stop learning, and embrace your creative confidence. The best ideas have yet to be discovered.
Care for your team and your clients – we are in this together. Stay humble, courteous, and honest. Listen first. Smile often.
Ebony’s relentless persistence and desire to craft effective solutions allows her to solve even the toughest problems through research and innovation. Her optimistic attitude keeps the positive vibes flowing throughout ThreeSixtyEight while she’s setting goals for each project. As a strategist, she believes deeply in knowing the “why” behind each project before the “what,” which helps the team deliver the best work to support our clients and community. Her advice for pretty much anything is to “Keep asking, keep thinking, and use Google. Because there’s always a way to get things done.”
When Ebony’s not throwing out suggestions in our creative brainstorming sessions, she’s throwing a fishing line in Grand Isle searching for red fish and speckled trout. Her other favorite activities include chasing her son, directing a youth ministry, and watching Family Guy.
Kara‘s top-notch organizational skills combined with her fear of disappointing anyone drives her to be an unrivaled project manager. With a background in graphic design, she can give solid creative direction and feedback to her team, all while handling the details and deadlines of each project. When Kara isn’t juggling projects at ThreeSixtyEight, she is at Red Stick CrossFit or snuggling with her sweet dog, Maybe.
As the newest designer at ThreeSixtyEight, Adam adds a new dynamic and perspective to our office. Through creating unique digital experiences and always looking to push designs one step further, Adam hopes to help make the design team the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be. When Adam’s off the clock he enjoys playing Super Smash Bros on his N64, watching WWE re-runs of Steve Austin hitting someone with a Stone Cold Stunner, and occasionally traveling North to do some snowboarding.
When Phil was 16, he spent all of his money on a camera and began filming. By the time Phil started at LSU, he had directed stunning skits, sick skateboarding vids, and live local bands. Founding the production department in 2011, Phil joined the team and his talent enabled the company to create motion graphics, animation, and live video for clients such as Paramount Pictures, CenturyLink, Alpine, Jaguar, and NASA.
Nick directs the technology and engineering teams at ThreeSixtyEight. With dual degrees in Computer and Electrical Engineering, he constructs high-performing digital products with world-class quality standards. He previously worked in project management for Bank of America and built award-winning web apps as the co-founder and lead technologist of Hatchit.
“Design Goddess Extraordinaire” – basically everyone
On a serious note, Bo’s design principles are surmised as such:
On some personal notes, Bo enjoys when people cook for her as well as eating anything pickled. Now that you know the way to Bo’s heart, hit her up: 225-615-8443. Just kidding, that’s the company’s number. Hit us up anyway and work with Bo Kim—Design Goddess Extraordinaire.
Stuart channels his love for technology and creative problem-solving to develop useful software for his team and engaging web experiences for clients – transforming the creative team’s vision into fully-featured digital products.
In his spare time, Stuart enjoys entertaining crowds with his piano, rooting for LSU Football, and indulging in heavy helpings of Star Wars, Super Smash Bros, and general pop culture fandom.
Hailey is living proof that big things come in small packages. Hailing from Cajun Country, she has a passion for writing, brand strategy and making everyone around her shine. She knows small things add up, and that’s why with every project she focuses on the small details that affect the big picture.
When she’s not knocking out killer copy, you can find Hailey watching TV with her two-pound dog, Izzie, and quoting the Golden Girls.
A self-taught designer turned co-founder, Jeremy leads our team with a mind for strategy and an eye for detail. With dual degrees in marketing and economics, he blends pragmatic strategy and bold creativity to steer both company and client endeavors. Jeremy has worked with brands including Pepsi, Unilever, Rakuten, CenturyLink and Raisin’ Canes to create unique and high-performing brand experiences.
He also leads the company band in evening “jam seshs” and likes to boast that he’s been building websites “since ’98,” whatever that means.
After wrapping an all-star football career in Baton Rouge, Justin began working at a local Smoothie King wherein only a year he would go on to run multiple stores. Since his teenage years, he’s always felt the drive to pursue something bigger and make a difference in the lives of others. It’s that grit and passion for people that led him to where he is today as Partnership Coordinator for ThreeSixtyEight! When he’s not in the office, you can catch him in the gym or outside grilling up some jerk chicken and telling crazy stories.
Gus co-founded Big Fish Presentations and now oversees finances and operations at ThreeSixtyEight. Gus has the experience and understanding to take complex creative projects from concept to completion. He’s led teams in partnership with brands like NASA, Raising Cane’s and CenturyLink to execute on large-scale digital and creative projects.
Mordecai pursues life wholeheartedly. Whether it’s earning a black belt in Tang Soo Do, winning at chess, or learning to code, he gives his all.
Mordecai is not only brains, though, he is also a compassionate and kind individual who loves to make people laugh when they need it the most. Mordecai is working passionately in the pursuit of becoming a chef and a game designer. At ThreeSixtyEight, he actively immerses himself in the code and culture every day.
Shelby uses his problem-solving skills and love of new technology to produce beautiful work for ThreeSixtyEight. You can catch him at work blasting music in his headphones and dishing out fresh content for the team. Off the clock, Houma born and bred Shelby is passionate about his Southern, home-cooked cuisine, and his low-key love for sculpting, especially metal fabrication, woodworking and iron casting.
Corey is one of the veteran designers at ThreeSixtyEight aka Old Faithful. With every project, Corey is always looking to challenge his team to push a design a step further. From beautiful web experiences to captivating explainer videos, he’s got it covered. He likes his coffee black (with creamer and a dash of sugar), and he likes his typography fat.
Kenny builds partnerships with powerful brands and shares his entrepreneurial tips with the community through outlets like TEDx, Forbes and Huffington Post. He co-founded Big Fish Presentations after hearing the “worst presentation he had ever seen” and now leads ThreeSixtyEight in its mission to help brands rediscover their creative confidence.
You might will spot him wearing floral print shirts and jackets around the office since his recently developed affinity for “festive gear.”
As an entrepreneur for the last 5+ years, Sherin’s true desire and passion is to help others defy their fears, define their visions, and execute their plans/goals. She recently defied a big fear of her own, jumping back into corporate America (aka ThreeSixtyEight)! She had one condition before leaping, the place had to feel like home.
Throughout her life, Sherin has not only believed in making the big jump, but she’s actually done it time and time again. She loves one-on-one human interactions and still believes in the power of conversation. Sherin is known for sitting and listening to the “why me?” crowd and changing their perspective to “why not me?” When she’s not strategizing or pouring into others, you can find her working out, deep belly laughing with her friends, or finding a creative outlet to free her mind.