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Posted by on Feb 12, 2020 in CONRIC | 0 comments

CONRIC PR & Marketing names Justin Ungar Art Director

CONRIC PR & Marketing names Justin Ungar Art Director

Recognized as an industry leader in creative visual design as it relates to branding, advertising, marketing and digital animation, CONRIC PR & Marketing is proud to name Justin Ungar as its Art Director.

“Ungar’s creative design has exceeded my expectation and more importantly, the expectations of our valued clients,” says Connie Ramos-Williams, president and chief marketing officer for CONRIC PR & Marketing. “We are honored to have him on our team and proud to continue elevating his position within our growing company.”

Ungar, who previously served as the agency’s senior graphic artist, is now in his third year with CONRIC. Over the years he has applied his fresh perspective to CONRIC’s imagery and visual design to craft logos, advertising design, promotional marketing materials, brand guidelines, digital graphics and animation for a number of regional and national clients. Many of Ungar’s visual designs created in collaboration with CONRIC’s marketing team have garnered regional, national and international awards and recognition.

Ungar works collaboratively with CONRIC’s Creative Director, the CONRIC team and clients to build customized designs that are both innovative and contemporary. In his new role, Ungar will have an opportunity to work more closely with clients in an effort to ensure that campaign objectives and client expectations are exceeded. He will also be joining our Creative Director to lead our design team as CONRIC continues to expand its graphic design department in 2020.

“I am excited to enter the Art Director role at CONRIC and look forward to working alongside such a dedicated group of professionals in the new year and beyond,” says Ungar. “As the CONRIC team evolves, it is my mission to continue to instill an open and innovative environment both within and as a representative of the agency.”