Cogs & Marvel gets new design director

Former Landor design director and creative technologist Brittnell Anderson will collaborate with agency's US and Dublin teams.

Cogs & Marvel welcomes design director Brittnell Anderson to its San Francisco office. An innovative, award-winning creative technologist and designer, Anderson will collaborate with the agency’s US and Dublin teams.   

Before joining Cogs & Marvel, Anderson was the longtime design director and creative technologist at design agency Landor. He worked with a variety of clients, from Fortune 100 corporations to local non-profit organisations, on projects ranging from international brand launches to rapid internal prototyping and concept work.

"Britt will be tasked with helping us communicate the big ideas required to create transformative experiences," said Cogs & Marvel’s US CEO Roisin Callaghan.

Cogs & Marvel's creative director Jamie Shaw added: "Britt’s skill set pairs environmental design and 3D modeling with motion and animation.

"Because we’re interested in pushing the creative possibilities, it made sense to bolster our capabilities in terms of mapping and rendering any idea we dream up, no matter how fantastical. Britt delivers that and much, much more."

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