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Mad Genius hires Ryan Farmer

Ryan Farmer is the new interactive creative director at Mad Genius. A magna cum laude graduate of Mississippi College with a B.S. degree in graphic design, Farmer also received many awards in graphic design-related fields while in college. He brings almost a decade’s worth of experience in graphic design and development.

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Mad Genius hires five, promotes one

Mad Genius has welcomed five new additions to its staff along with a recent promotion. Robert Pettit has been named digital content specialist. A recent graduate of the University of Mississippi, Pettit has a background in online marketing strategy and implementing social media campaigns. Leann Smith has been named co-op manager/media assistant. Smith studied at LSU-Monroe and brings over a ...

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Advertising firm adds Spear

Chris Spear has joined Ad.In Advertising as its communications administrator. He brings several years’ experience in advertising and nonprofit marketing to the Ocean Springs-based agency. Spear earned a bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, in English from Millsaps College with Phi Beta Kappa honors. After working for some time in Jackson, he relocated to the Coast earlier this year. A native ...

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New book highlights work of Prime Time Agency

GULFPORT — The Prime Time Agency has been honored by having five graphic identities included in the new David E. Carter book, “Trademarks 1 – Bright Ideas in Logo Design from Around the World.” The logos appearing in the book are for clients Digital Engineering, designed by John Seymour; the State of Mississippi, designed by Jacqueline Nofsinger and John Seymour; ...

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Galloway comes on board with Gibbes

The Gibbes Company, a full-service strategic marketing firm, recently hired Leslie Galloway as associate art director. A native of Madison, Galloway graduated from Delta State University with a bachelor of arts in graphic design. She began her career in 2007 as an intern with the Mississippi Business Journal and became a full-time staff writer in 2008.

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HOW spotlights MSU

STARKVILLE — In a major feature in its July/August issue, HOW, a Cincinnati, Ohio-based international publication, profiles MSU as a “hidden gem” and one of three top-tier “off-the-radar” design programs bringing students into the national spotlight. Temple and Portland State universities also are featured institutions at which the students and faculty “are every bit as talented as their rivals at ...

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