Keywest Technology announced today that Emily Weber has joined the company as its lead graphic designer responsible for helping clients define a unique graphic look to fulfill their individual digital signage requirements.
In this position, Weber is responsible for consulting with customers to determine their needs, develop custom digital signage templates and work with clients on an ongoing basis to update their digital signage template designs if necessary.
“We are pleased to welcome Emily,” said company president Nick Nichols. “She brings a keen insight into graphic design for digital signage, a wonderful set of graphic design skills and an enthusiastic attitude towards working with customers to assist them in meeting their digital signage goals.”
Weber, a graduate of the Kansas City Art Institute with a degree in graphic design, is thoroughly knowledgeable in today’s most commonly used design software, including Adobe Photoshop, Premiere, and will employ these and other applications when designing digital signage templates for customers.
“It’s long been known that communicating effectively with digital signage requires attention to the appearance of the message being conveyed,” said Nichols. “Keywest Technology, with the help of Emily, now offers customers access to a professional-looking treatment of digital signage content without having to take on the expense of hiring their own graphic designer.”
Weber began working for Keywest Technology in the summer and has gained a wealth of experience working with customers to assist in developing and defining their own digital signage look.
About Keywest Technology
Keywest Technology develops and markets a wide variety of digital signage products including hardware, software and content development services designed to produce exceptional results. The company is also a pioneer in interactive digital signage, which couples the appeal of dynamic signage with the interactivity associated with interactive kiosks. www.KeywestTechnology.com.
Source: Keywest Technology