Switch: Liberate Your Brand is enhancing its digital/interactive/web department with the addition of three new designers. The trio will be responsible for expanding Switch’s digital offering in terms of creation and strategy, as well as programming and execution.
Brad Maglinger is the director of technology; Jarrod Holder, the new web/interactive developer; and Jeremy Lueders, the new motion graphics designer/editor.
A St. Louis agency veteran, Maglinger of Eureka, Mo. will be instrumental in defining Switch’s growing digital capabilities and aligning new technologies to optimize client solutions and successful project delivery.
Maglinger, who earned a business degree from the University of Southern Indiana, previously worked for BlastRabbit. He has worked with such clients as Robert Half, TALX, Aquent, Stereotaxis, Bank of America, 901 Tequila, Toyota USA, Atlas Van Lines and Washington University.
Holder of Ballwin, Mo. brings a vast array of programming and developing experience into the Switch fold. Holder previously worked for BlastRabbit and Hughes Group as a lead developer; with previous stints at Rogers-Townsend, XG-AD, Roux Interactive, Momentum WorldWide and Coolfire Media. He has worked with such clients as Wachovia Securities, McDonalds, Toyota, Space Architecture, Washington University, Purina and AT&T.
Lueders of Webster Groves, Mo. previously worked for eight years at St. Louis-based Vision Factory. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental design from the University of Missouri-Columbia and a master’s degree in computer art with an emphasis on 3-D computer art from Savannah College of Art and Design.
He has previously worked with such clients as AT&T, St. Louis Cardinals, St. Louis Children’s Hospital, McDonalds, Anheuser-Busch, Sharpie and Monsanto.
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