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Four join Planit

Nevin Laughlin, Keiran Lenhof, Tim Smith and Mike Unruh have joined Plaint, a Baltimore-based communications, marketing and interactive agency.

Laughlin is a UI developer most recently at The Baltimore Sun. He will be responsible for supporting the design and development team as it relates to any and all markup, HTML/CSS, JavaScript, UI/UX code elements. After graduating from Shepherd University with a BFA specifically concentrated in graphic design, Nevin worked at The Cyphers Agency as an interactive and SEO strategist. At The Cyphers Agency his client list included The National Chicken Council, Better Than Bouillon, Phillips Seafood, and Huntington Learning Center.

Lenhof is a copywriter with a background in sales, bar tending and volunteer work. After graduating from Northern Illinois University with a double major in English and communications, Keiran expects to receive his Certificate in Copywriting from the Creative Circus in Atlanta this month. Keiran will assist with a range of clients by developing copy for various campaigns.

Smith joins Planit as accounting operations manager. His responsibilities include monitoring billing, profitability and accountability with regards to clients and projects. After receiving his bachelor’s degree from State University of New York College at Oneonta, Smith worked in the accounting department for Bassett Healthcare, Chesapeake Utilities, Artesian Water, The State of Delaware, and The Reybold Group.

Unruh is an interactive designer most recently at Rockville-based software solutions company 3CLogic, where he served as a web/print designer and marketing lead. He previously worked for clients such as Cyret Technologies and Cherry Communications. As an interactive designer, he is responsible for designing interactive elements for the web with special attention to client branding and best practices for web design and development. Mike received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland’s School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation in May 2011.