Wed, 17 Dec 2008
As the year draws to a close, festive frivolities just around the corner, we’ve been reflecting on the year gone by. 2008 opened with big news: the opening of our New York office. Throughout the year, we’ve been overjoyed to welcome many new faces into the OmniTI family.
At just over ten years young, it’s with fervor and faces aglow that our attention turns to what’s under OmniTI’s Christmas tree this year. It’s a little early to be opening presents, but we’re eager to unwrap and share some good news with you.
From our roots in operations and infrastructure, to web application development, user experience, and interface design, we’ve always concentrated on being the best we can be. We employ the most talented people in their fields to provide our clients with top-notch service. So, as we continue to expand, it should come as no surprise that we’ve made no exception when choosing a Creative Director. The OmniTI family are very pleased to introduce you to our new Creative Director, Jon Tan.
Jon has been known to say, “Design is 80% science, 20% art.” Luckily for us, he’s an exceptional scientist and artist—because we like to have our cake and eat it, too. Like many of the people here at OmniTI, Jon has a broad background, but with a passion for and expertise in interface design, web typography, and user experience design. A member of the International Society of Typographic Designers, Jon’s work has featured in many galleries, blogs, magazines, and books.
The thing our clients find most valuable, both financially and professionally, is the rigor we apply to our work. It’s people like Jon, people with passion and attention to detail, who have meant two Webbys being awarded to the new National Geographic Magazine site this year, a site we’re very proud to have helped create.
We think our design practice lives up to the high standards we’ve established in the rest of our work and puts the bow on our holistic web services offering.
Welcome aboard, Jon!