A Short Introduction
Hello, my name is Tim Nyman. I'm a Creative Director, Multimedia Designer, Front-End Developer and Video Producer with a 20+ year track record of delivering results—across all channels, online and off.Here’s what I bring to the table:
A college job in a print shop introduced me to the behind-the-scenes miracles that bring publications to life. I knew then I wanted to be a part of this dynamic process. Next stop: a design and project management gig that helped me learn how to serve client needs—within budget and with deadlines in mind. A subsequent post at an advertising agency introduced me to the delights and demands of web design. The workout continued at my next job at the University of Denver, where I served as an art director and creative manager in the institution’s in-house creative services agency. There, I mentored younger designers and worked with high-performing teams to recruit students, raise funds and support a well-known brand.
From my earliest experiences as an html front-end designer, I was romanced by the web’s potential. I worked for a short time as a flash designer for Warrior athletics equipment at Vivid Design and Engrain. And Since then, I’ve been developing user-friendly websites using the best content-management programs, html and CSS 3 practices. Experience with E-commerce complete with A/B testing, analytics/metrics along with savvy awareness in the psychology of UX design, leading to a buyers experience with an outcome increasing the companies bottom-line.
While part of the team at Blue Fusion, a Denver-based print-, web- and video-production company, I discovered a passion for the moving image. Ours was a small shop, so I learned how to direct, produce, edit and create animated graphics. Using Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere, After Effects and Cinema 4D, I worked on web and television projects that shared important stories. Long form video sales letters and video graphics for E-commerce at my most recent position. My portfolio includes everything from a PBS environmental show and numerous television pitch packages to two poker main event shows.
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My Previous Associations
As the Sr. Art Director at i3Logix I am responsible for the execution of high quality creative for both print, web and video. Managing and delivering creative for print, web and video for Professional Case Management, Cold War Patriots, PCM Trials, PCM Impairments, i3Screen, BallotTrax, and i3output. I design, develop and manage all of the companies web properties. I develop and give creative direction on all marketing material for all of i3Logix family of companies.
Agency Director and Creative Director leading the creative teams initiatives to produce video sales letters, online ad campaigns, supporting print pieces with design and direction, and overall management of the in-house creative team/services. Managing day-to-day operations for the marketing department. Managing all creative projects including web, print and video. Supervising creatives and the production team. Liaison between the RealDose founding partners and the marketing department. With a very hands on approach designing, producing and directing projects.
Specializing in print, web and video projects, I assemble and lead results-focused creative teams. Our clients expect—and get—concepts that resonate with target audiences and projects that are delivered on time and on budget.
Oversaw the evolution of Blue Fusion from a small consulting firm to a full media agency producing print, web and video projects, including six television show concepts, for a diverse array of clients.
Charged with ensuring smooth execution of all day-to-day creative operations. Managed all client and in-house projects. Supervised and mentored teams of designers, editors, videographers and interns. Served as executive producer on video productions.
As Senior Graphic Designer my responsibilities were to market temporary exhibits that will be at the museum. This involves maintaining the brand of the museum while also marketing new exhibits in a variety of mediums to various demographic groups. Marketing materials include internal signs for entrance banners, window/door signs, rack information cards, IMAX slides and exhibit way finding. External marketing included billboards, magazine ads, news print, web banners, television commercials and small micro web sites to support the exhibits. I was responsible for weekly updates for dmns.org. I was also involved with the external web site for the new permanent exhibit “Expedition Health”.
Led and mentored a team of designers and interns; provided creative direction for their projects. Developed creative briefs for marketing campaigns. Formulated bid requests for complex print projects. Shepherded publications from concept development through production and printing, with responsibility for everything from paper and printer selection to press checks. Carried a significant project load, executing as many as 15 projects any given time. Developed a sustained comprehensive marketing package (posters, billboards, advertisements, brochures) for the Department of Athletics and its 17 varsity teams. Provided brand identity maintenance for various sub-brands within the institution. Maintained the department’s server, with responsibility for archiving projects. Administered acquisition and maintenance of the department’s software and hardware; provided tech support as needed.