WALNUT CREEK, Calif., Sept. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- InVision is thrilled to announce the latest addition to our design studio, Design Director Dan Reid, who will be based in our Walnut Creek headquarters.
A graduate of both RISD and The Art Center, Dan is a multi-disciplined designer, art director and editor with deep expertise across brand, media and live events. Prior to joining InVision, Dan served as creative director for leading tech companies including Yammer, Microsoft and Google where he helped develop and design brand identities and create and execute video content. Dan got his start in video design as an assistant editor working on everything from N'Sync videos and Beastie Boys promos to Volkswagen and Motorola commercials. Eventually Dan rose through the ranks, becoming a commercial director for global brands such as EA Games, Adidas and Nike before tackling tech.
Dan brings a tremendous amount of talent and experience to InVision. "InVision's creative design team has quadrupled over the last five years, expanding the services, experiences, content and solutions we provide," remarked Jill Tanner, Creative Design Group Executive. "Dan's strategic design expertise and leadership will amplify our high impact work while mentoring our ever-expanding studio talent."
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Founded in 1991 by Rod Mikels and Drew Hagen, InVision Communications is a leading full-service egangement agency providing best-in-class business communications solutions via a dynamic blend of strategy, technology, analytics, creative and production excellence. We are proud to partner with some of the world's most respected companies as we bring their brands to life through product launches, global sales conferences, employee training programs, change management initiatives and much more. For more information, contact us at email@example.com.
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