The Patient Experience Project has announced that Emily Jahn, an award-winning graphic designer, has joined the agency as an art director.
In her role, she designs print and digital materials, including branding, posters, brochures, websites, and various interactive and interface designs. Before joining PEP, Jahn worked as a graphic designer for Upside Collective, a design and marketing firm, as well as the Heart Corporation’s Times Union Magazine Division, both in Albany, New York. She has a wide range of experience designing websites, logos, brand identities, and print pieces. Additionally, she has extensive magazine content design experience in both digital and print formats. Jahn earned her bachelor’s degree in graphic design from The College of Saint Rose in Albany.
“Emily’s work is as smart as it is beautiful,” PEP’s Creative Director David A. Moore explains. “She’s a digital powerhouse and is constantly augmenting her skill set. She brings a fastidious attention to detail and refined visual aesthetic to every project.”
About the Patient Experience Project
The PEP is a full-service, patient-centric communications firm serving the healthcare, pharmaceutical, and biotech industries. PEP’s unique, nationally recognized approach centers around the collaboration of the foremost disease experts—patients themselves—to co-create authentic programs and content for patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals. Learn more about career opportunities.