As entrepreneurs, the Keils established a design firm in 2006 in Scottsdale, Arizona. They use their technical background to partner with corporate and non-profit organizations. They utilize Adobe Creative software with the Adobe digital color wheel to design innovative pieces. As a team, they develop websites, organization logos, and create strategic marketing campaigns. They have used graphic, web design, and social media skills to enhance organizations’ visibility in the community. They provide Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and site analytics via Google Developer. They adhere to Chicago and MLA writing standards.
They have taken college level computer science and graphic design courses and online continuing education classes. They are proficient in HTML and CSS. They collaborate with the University of California, Irvine Applied Innovation for technological development. They are working on Virtual Reality and app based projects. As UCI approved vendors, they are creating a website and publication for the Illuminations Magnifying Generative Imaginaries Undergraduate Student Project under the faculty supervision and advisement of Dr. Ana Elizabeth Rosas.
The Keils are the designers of the Laguna Woods History Center website. They refreshed the look and easy-of-use to navigate this community’s online hub. The collections are digitally accessible through the site.
Jennifer designed the Southwest Oral History Association’s news blog, newsletter, and social media accounts. As the 2018 Conference Chair, she designed the tote bags based on Fullerton citrus crate ephemera. Follow #SOHA2018 on social media or visit the news blog for oral history updates.
When Jennifer served as the Volunteer History Consultant for Balboa Island Museum, she implemented social media products such as their Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, and Twitter accounts. As the organization’s former Museum Director, she helped edit print and digital tools such as volunteer handbooks, exhibits, education programs, and marketing materials. She managed the website and social media campaigns. She instituted the Square selling platform for the Museum Store in order to manage and market the exclusive line of goods. As part of the marketing team, she contributed articles to the quarterly newsletter and helps edit the content. She created e-mail marketing campaigns that distribute the newsletter which contains information about special events and Museum Store products.
As the V.P. of the CSUF European Studies Society, Jennifer organized community events and created fundraising activities. She managed the documents with cloud-based technology in order to distribute information to board members and students. This club is no longer active since the university moved the European Studies program into another department. Jennifer developed the Facebook page. Cindy served as the Graphic Designer of European Studies Society. She provided editing and design services. We had hundreds of community members and university students attend the following functions: Center for Oral and Public History 2013 Hansen Lecture for Professor Portelli on “Harlan County, Kentucky: Thirty Years of Field Work”; “A Journey through European Martial Culture” in March 2013; “Life at the Crossroads of Europe and Asia” in December 2013; “Present and Future Perceptions about Germans and Germany” in April 2013; “Britain’s Historical Participation in the Olympic Games” in November 2012; “Traveling and Studying in the European Periphery” in October 2012; “European Debt on the Crisis and the Future of the European Union” hosted by Wolfgang Drautz, the German General Counsel, in April 2012.
As the Managing Editor of the 2012 Welebaethan, the national award winning history academic journal, Jennifer worked with a team of dedicated students. She helped revise graduate and undergraduate articles. She served as the 2012 Welebaethan graphic designer and created the covers and formatted over 350 pages of research in InDesign for print. Keil created proofs for each of the editors to review and approve for final production. She has since volunteered for the biannual review board with faculty.
Cindy participated in the UCI creative writing club, The Writers’ Circle. She had her work published in its annual publication, Sins & Taxes. When Cindy was studying at CSUF to receive her masters, she volunteered to help edit the English department’s newsletter The Anecdote. She wrote and edited articles for this publication. As a freelance editor, she has worked on anthologies and magazines.
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