Craig Miloscia is an award-winning industrial designer whose work has contributed to wins from Time Magazine, the Industrial Designers Society of America, and International Design Magazine.
Craig began his career in Industrial design, creating products for clients as diverse as Siemens, Moen, Thermador and more. In recent years he and his firm, Optic Lingo, based in Akron, Ohio, have branched out into all design disciplines, including environmental, graphic and web design.
Tom is an award-winning copywriter with two decades of professional writing experience. His work includes consumer communications for some of the world’s most recognized brands: Wells Fargo, Epson, Microsoft, Yahoo!, Harry & David, Toyota, and others. Tom is sought out by clients for his unique ability to understand business needs, including branding issues, sales goals, competitive landscapes, market forces/trends and even current events. Tom communicates with wit and charm, but always with the purpose of achieving the client’s objective. Tom has extensive experience in: General Advertising, Strategy Development, Catalog Writing, Web banners, Public Relations, and Social Media.
Dave brings two decades marketing experience to Optic Lingo. He has helped many industrial and technology firms market the new and re-vamped products. He examines market research, creates marketing strategies and works with sales teams to develop targeted communications. Dave was raised in northeast Ohio and has degrees from the University of Akron and Kent State University. Dave has served as a city councilman, and supports various community institutions, including the Rotary Club of Stow-Munroe Falls.
In addition to her top-notch design skills, Amy brings real-world product development experience to our team. She travels regularly to China to meet with manufacturers and oversees production of prototypes and orders. Amy has held design and supervisory positions at Fisher-Price, Step 2, Infantino and others. Optic Lingo is pleased to be able to work with Amy when project needs call for her expertise.