CHICAGO, Dec. 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- BrandMuscle, a high-tech marketing innovator delivering big brand marketing to local businesses, has hired design expert Andy Dennee as Vice President of User Experience to lead user experience design and development for all of BrandMuscle's products.
"Bringing Andy on board creates a competitive advantage – both for BrandMuscle as a company and for the next-generation of best-in-class products," said Bo Shim, Chief Technology Officer. "Andy's vast background working with global and national brands across industries brings an enhanced skill level that will propel us to new levels of insight as we create the revenue-driving experiences our clients desire."
Dennee will lead his team to align product design with company goals and customer demand. He will oversee market research, strategy, conceptualization, creative direction, and product functionality to create engaging, intuitive content that will transform the total user experience for BrandMuscle clients.
With more than 15 years of experience in the industry, Dennee comes to BrandMuscle from Isobar, a global, full-service, digital agency. He's previously held leadership positions with Rosetta and Razorfish. Dennee graduated from John Carroll University with a BA in Communications.
BrandMuscle is a high-tech and high-touch marketing enabler. Nearly two decades ago, we pioneered the distributed marketing category. Then we transformed way beyond brand compliance, integrating the complete set of tools and services required to empower big brand delivery at the local level. Today, we are revolutionizing marketing again for the future. We bring the innovation, scale, data intelligence, and technology to reduce time-to-market and eliminate wasteful marketing spending; delivering breakthrough results for over 300 of the world's top brands. To conquer your market or your city block, join us in building the future of your sales today by calling (866) 464-4342, visit www.brandmuscle.com or follow BrandMuscle on Twitter,Facebook or LinkedIn.