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Roundarch Isobar Hires Todd Healy as User Experience Director

Roundarch Isobar, a leading agency in digital design and implementation, is pleased to announce that Todd Healy is returning to Roundarch Isobar as UX Director in its New York Office. Healy holds a bachelor of science in design from Buffalo State College and attended Pratt Institute. He has over twelve years of digital experience focusing on creative design and UX. He previously spent five years at Roundarch Isobar serving clients such as Avis, Bloomberg, and Citi.

“Every interaction an individual has with technology leaves an impression. As UX practitioners, our job is to ensure not only a positive impression, but an experience that supports the business model of our customers. Once defined, we then implement that experience with consistency over a landscape of ever-evolving hardware and software,” said Todd Healy. “Roundarch Isobar has always maintained a UX community of practitioners that differentiates itself within a crowded marketplace. I am excited about the opportunity to help enhance this community even further.”

Roundarch Isobar is a top digital agency that connects people and brands by creating high-impact, targeted, data driven, multichannel and multi-device customer experiences. Roundarch Isobar’s core competencies include strategy, design, technology, experience design, and optimization. The company focuses on the integration of experience design and technology to create digital products, applications, and marketing campaigns for clients.

“User experience design is core to our business and core to our value proposition of connecting people and brands like never before,” said Jeff Maling, co-CEO of Roundarch Isobar. “We see the importance of user experience growing with our clients every day. The addition of Todd helps us to further develop what we believe is one of the best user experience practices in the industry.”

Healy will be overseeing four main areas of responsibility:

  • Leading client engagements
  • Developing an industry-leading UX training program
  • Overseeing UX recruiting
  • Integrating Roundarch Isobar into the robust design community in New York

About Roundarch Isobar

Roundarch Isobar is an agency that uses the power of digital to bring together people and brands like never before. Roundarch Isobar creates applications and digitally-centered marketing campaigns for the web, mobile devices, and social media. The company has the unique combination of ingenious creative talent and technology expertise that enables brands to realize the full promise of digital to transform businesses and disrupt industries. With a focus on experience design, the Roundarch Isobar team is uniquely adept at conceiving, designing, and developing marketing campaigns as well as digital solutions like wearable computing, data visualization, and mobile applications. This combination attracts major brands such as adidas, Avis, Bloomberg Sports, HBO, Samsung, Motorola, Coca-Cola, and the U.S. Air Force to work with Roundarch Isobar for their multi-channel campaigns.

Roundarch Isobar has offices in Boston, Chicago, Denver, Detroit, and New York. Roundarch Isobar is an Aegis Media Group company and part of the global Isobar network of over 3,000 people in 34 markets. For more information, go to http://www.roundarchisobar.com/ and http://blog.roundarchisobar.com/.

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