Sr Director Analyst
3 years at Gartner, 26 years industry experience
Location: UT USA | Language(s): English
Roles and Responsibilities
Brent Stewart is a Senior Director Analyst on the App Design and Development team, focusing on User Experience, User Research, Product Strategy, Interaction Design, Graphic Design, Content Design, Digital Accessibility and DesignOps across Mobile, Web, and traditional media. As a creative leader with over 24 years of experience, Mr. Stewart also has deep experience in building, managing, and optimizing UX and creative teams. His work is highly awarded, including recognition from The Webby Awards, Interactive Media Awards, and The Telly Awards. He has had the pleasure of working with major brands in Automotive, Online Retail, Insurance, Financial Services, the US Government and more.
As a CXO, VP, and Creative Director, Mr. Stewart was the driving force behind the creative initiatives at leading global agencies, Fortune 500 enterprises, and fast-moving startups. In this capacity, he developed original design concepts, oversaw multiple projects through execution, and facilitated communication and innovation across departments. He also recruited, hired, and optimized creative teams with world-class talent and rigorous but flexible management techniques.
- Anonyome Labs, Chief Experience Officer (CXO), 2 years
- Boncom, Creative Director / Strategic Planner, 5 years
- Sapient Razorfish, Creative Director, 10 years
- B.A., History, University of California, San Diego
- M.S.I.S, Information Science, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
- 4 Telly Awards
- 7 Interactive Media Awards
- American Graphic Design Award
- Communication Arts Awards
- Computerworld Award
- Hermes Awards
- MARCOM Award
- MITX Awards
- Mobius Award
- ThinkLA Award
- Web Award
- Webby Awards
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