WEXFORD, PA - January 10, 2018 -OpenArc, the leading technology consulting firm specializing in innovative talent, software development and IT strategy solutions, has named Mark Lotter as Director of Human-Centered Design (HCD) for its custom software solutions practice. In this role, Lotter brings a focus on end-users by framing the right opportunities and creating new value for clients using design thinking methods and interdisciplinary collaboration.
Lotter is recognized in the industry as a creative problem solver and an evangelist for design and design thinking.
During his 25-year career, he has worked as a designer, manager and mentor at in-house design groups and design consultancies, even starting a consultancy of his own. As the Director of Human-Centered Design at OpenArc, Mark brings his experience leading teams and balancing the needs of end-users and businesses to serve as a beacon for custom software solutions.
“I’m excited to grow HCD and a team of talented designers at OpenArc,” said Lotter. “In addition to our expertise designing and developing custom software for web and mobile, OpenArc has done strong client work using Virtual Reality (VR). Both VR and AR provide new ways to experience information and pose interesting challenges that design thinking can help with.”
“Mark’s insightful thinking and expertise is the foundation for growing and strengthening OpenArc’s capabilities when delivering world-class solutions to clients across verticals,” said Joel Reed, CEO of OpenArc. “He is a champion for end-users, a consummate professional and a great team player and we’re excited for Mark to lead the design practice at OpenArc.”
OpenArc is a technology consulting firm providing industry-leading technical talent placement, custom software development, and technology strategy services to clients nationwide. OpenArc has recently been named one of Inc. 5000's Fastest Growing Companies and awarded 7th Fastest Growing Firm by Consulting Magazine. OpenArc works closely with business clients and talent candidates to understand their strategies and goals to craft a customized approach to their needs. More information about OpenArc can be found by visiting http://www.openarc.net. Follow on Twitter at @openarcnet.
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