April 6, 2015 Last Updated 8:01 am

Tim Halloran brought on as Digital Strategy Director at branding and design firm Hornall Anderson

Halloran’s previous work includes projects for Microsoft, Target, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and Robert Mondavi Winery

SEATTLE, Wash. – April 6, 2015 — Global branding and design firm Hornall Anderson has recently hired Tim Halloran as its Digital Strategy Director to help elevate the firm’s experience design and digital offering. Halloran has come onboard to partner with existing clients such as the Empire State Building and new client Airbus to help design and translate their brands into engaging and interactive physical experiences.

Halloran has extensive experience in digital strategy, design and development, brand identity, marketing, copywriting and content strategy. A 20-year industry veteran, Tim’s previous work includes projects for Microsoft, Target, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and Robert Mondavi Winery. Tim’s work philosophy emphasizes a content-first, user-centric design process and multi-disciplinary collaboration to deliver creative but workable solutions for any business need. He holds a degree in Communications Studies from UCLA and an MFA in New Media from the internationally accredited Transart Institute.

“Tim is an incredible addition to our culture and creative prowess,” said John Anicker, Hornall Anderson president and CEO. “He shares an incredible ethos of designing and delivering authentic, memorable experiences for clients and their customers. His early contributions to some of our current design projects like Airbus’ new U.S.-based experience center have been impactful.”

Source: Hornall Anderson

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