Jay Miller


Jay Miller is a 25 year veteran of all things graphic design. He’s been successful with high-end corporations as an inhouse designer, and as a freelance/contract designer. Jay’s creative pulse on design trends, his fluency in graphic styles and genres, and appropriation of color expertise are all maintained and progressive. Jay’s experience is sought after and reputable.

In the past, Jay has worked with several well known companies such as: Condé Naste, Proctor & Gamble, Whole Foods, Time Warner, Hasbro, Dimension Films, Universal Films, Nike and Coca-Cola. He’s passionate about all aspects of graphic design versatility and client interaction. He has embraced the art of working and communicating with an array of client types, in a variety of work environments. Currently Jay is serving as Senior Graphic Designer at SocialSEO, the #1 Rated digital marketing agency in the US — based out of Colorado Springs. Jay runs his department well and captures new contracts based on proof of concept regularly. SocialSEO offers every aspect of digital marketing including, SEO, SEM, Social media, Influencer, Email, Amazon and Video. Jay plugs himself into every facet of SocialSEO’s services, offering design expertise and invaluable years of experience in the marketing and advertising sphere. In 2022, SocialSEO is positioned to offer 11 unique digital marketing services, and will be expanding by 200 employees.


Looking forward, are you optimistic about the role of graphic design in business and society?

Absolutely. My current role exists to serve as the bridge between ideas and the digital consumption of those ideas. As we rely on our devices more for instant information, we can only continue to see an uptick in the need for quality designers; especially on that front.


Have the challenges of the past two years changed the way you approach your work?

I have fine tuned my approaches to coalesce with the needs of the evolving client landscape. Workflow systems like Trello have been implemented to ensure success throughout the company as many collaborators are now working out of office. The purpose of my work has not changed — my policy is quality.