Wayfinding design specialists bring a new graphic designer onboard their skilled staff
November 26, 2012 —Visual Communications, Inc. (VCI) is pleased to announce the recent hiring of their newest graphic designer, Noah Vetsch. With ten years of design experience under his belt, VCI looks for him to make an immediate impact on their long list of environmental signage projects.
“We needed another creative mind to assist in our increasing workload,” Richard Lang, Principal at VCI, said. “After seeing evidence of his talents, coupled with his decade of graphic design experience, the decision was a no-brainer!”
Most recently, Noah Vetsch served as the Print Manager and Lead Graphic Designer for OfficeMax in Burnsville for four years. He held this position while continuing his ten year long tenure as a successful freelance consultant and designer. His years of fine-tuning his computer-based art skills will undoubtedly pay off in his new role at VCI.
“I’m just excited to get this opportunity,” Noah Vetsch said. “Yes, wayfinding design is a new direction for me, artistically. But I can’t wait to use my skills and talents to help VCI continue surpassing client expectations.”
VCI is well-known for their cutting-edge environmental design projects. They handle signage for organizations ranging from hospitals to city centers to shopping malls. Having been recognized in various magazines, such as Sign Builder Illustrated, for their achievements, VCI has no doubt that Noah Vetsch will help them reach continued levels of success.
For more information on VCI or their newly acquired talent, visit www.visualcomm.com or call (866) 846-0878 to speak to a company representative.
About the Company
Visual Communications, Inc. provides environmental signage and wayfinding design solutions for hospitals, city government, park and recreation facilities, office/educational campuses, and all other sorts of public areas. They focus on guiding pedestrian traffic with simple signage that gets the point across in the easiest fashion possible while contributing to the overall look and feel of the locale. To obtain information on them and their projects, visit www.visualcomm.com or dial (651) 644-4494.