The Agency by JewelCode is a division of JewelCode Corporation. In 2001, when Lisa Moody was starting JewelCode, she used her marketing, graphic design, and web development skills to build websites and do print design for local Seattle businesses as a means to raise capital to grow the software company for geriatric care managers.

Tell Your Story with JewelCodeThroughout her years operating the software company, she would offer her marketing and design skills to software clients who were ready to grow their businesses. Word spread to others that JewelCode was providing these additional services and demand grew to the point that it was time to develop a new department to help care managers tell their story through digital and print storytelling services.

So, here we are today, sharing our services on a full scale. When you need help telling your story, you know that you have a partner who understands exactly what you do. Who better can tell your story?

Lisa Moody 

I have a long history of using my creative skills. I have an ability to visualize a solution as the client is talking to me. I can see the end product and I take that vision and work backwards to create the steps needed to bring it to life. My focus has been specializing in creating stories with eye-catching designs. I zero in on the aspects that set you apart from your competitors and find unique ways to create imagery and content that emphasize your specialties. Every Agency project includes my input in several aspects.

I am a certified graphic designer with expertise in utilizing Adobe’s creative products, color theory, design skills, and how to weave a story. I bring my experience starting and operating JewelCode since 2001 where I have learned every aspect of care management and how to draw out the story you have. I have worked at Mayo Clinic as a technology educator and IT support specialist, including teaching visiting fellows with limited English, how to use software. My favorite, and most challenging, student was Julia, a physician from China, who spoke only a few words of English. The teaching was done via drawings on paper and Julia often retook my classes and studied with me outside of class. I also worked at IBM, creating graphic presentations for executives. Additionally, I do well with interior design and creative cooking. When not working, you will find me cooking for my family, often in the style of “Chopped.” I also enjoy cooking for an organization who serves homeless women and children, who are working towards their own housing. My time with these ladies fills my heart to overflowing!