Brady first came to Mad*Pow in 2010. After a brief intermission, he rejoined our team to pick up where he left off--dropping the jaws of our clients after they see his practical solutions and innovative designs.
This Mad*Pow veteran spent his youth drawing all the time and taking art classes after normal school let out, which led him to attend art school for fine art. It was after graduation with no practical application for illustration and sculpture that he taught himself digital skills needed to apply his art to people and business: web design and development, then visual interaction design, and last but not least, user experience design.
Brady considers himself a user experience & visual design creative hybrid, a combination of logic and creativity. He combines a logical approach, process & methodology with emotive, creative and the unexpected whenever possible. Brady delivers user experience excellence to our clients by drawing from his past experience as an artist, visual designer, web developer, and user experience architect.
When Brady isn't wowing our clients with his diverse expertise, he's playing Legos with his boys, making lawn games in his workshop (corn hole, washer toss, ricochet, you name it) and submitting his cartoons to Boston publications like this one and this one.
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