Focusing on Interactive Services

Reflecting our increased focus on providing high-quality interactive services for clients, Affinity Express hired a new director of interaction and web design.

Self-portrait of Marisol Oberzauchner

Marisol Oberzauchner

Marisol Oberzauchner joined the Affinity Express team in September. She will oversee the delivery of interactive services and provide support for key clients.

Marisol is currently working closely with our interactive team in Manila, leading them to refine service levels, improve subject matter expertise and ensure high output quality. She is also working closely with David Kang on developing new products and services that we will offer under the interactive services umbrella.

I am very excited to announce that Marisol recently won two awards in the 2010 WebAward competition. The dDFCB website that she worked on won the award for the Best Interactive Services Website. And she was part of the team that won the award for Outstanding Website for the Brand Super Heroes Augmented Reality website. We are very proud to have someone so talented in our team!

Marisol has more than 14 years of experience in the interactive new media and creative space, with expertise in interactive, rich media, web design and 3D animation. She has designed more than 100 websites, led creative and technical teams through development processes, worked with major clients in multiple categories and supported brands such as Johnson & Johnson, Bausch & Lomb, Estée Lauder, Quest Diagnostics, Alexion Pharmaceuticals and Merrill Lynch.

Marisol is a  graduate of the Parsons School of Design and also studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York and the International Fine Arts College in Florida.

I’m asking Marisol to write a blog post here: do put in a comment below if you have any questions you would like her to answer.

About Kelly Glass
Kelly has been vice president of Marketing at Affinity Express for nine years now. She drives company strategy and all marketing activities.

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