Andrew is an engaging, intelligent thought leader in the field of interaction design. We're just peeved he doesn't bring more of his homebrewed ales into the office.
As Principal of Visual Experience Design, Andrew uses his nine years experience in the interactive design field to deliver value to clients such as Aetna, Monster and The Hartford. Andrew's interactive and traditional design skills and eye for detail provide an understanding of what it takes to create successful user experiences.
Prior to Mad*Pow, Andrew was the senior art director for Bresette + Company leading Web site architecture and design, interactive demo design and development, and extranet design initiatives. In addition, Andrew developed print design for clients in healthcare, government and financial services.
Andrew holds a BFA in Communication Design from Kutztown University. He continues to explore trends and leverage the latest technology in his design.
When he’s not designing, Andrew enjoys spending time with his growing family, grilling and occasionally (we wish more frequently...ahem) brewing up a batch of homebrewed ale.
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