Ms. Eena Kim

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Bio

Eena has worked on a multitude of design and educational field almost 15 years. Her work spans a diverse range of industries and market sectors from high-end luxury hotel branding to consumer product brand communications, design strategy and creation for highly innovative technology driven companies to mass market consumer product branding.

Eena crafted her visual design and brand strategic skills in integrated marketing communications by joining Nike world headquarter, where she played a key creative leadership role in capturing spirit of sports branding through photography, retail design, experiential design, product package design, and multimedia design. Since then, she led visual teams and created global brand campaigns and visual strategies from high-end boutique design studios to the Fortune100 companies such as Proctor & Gamble and The Coca Cola Company.

Her work has been featured at numerous international design magazines and branding books. She is often invited to speaking engagement at the brand design/business conferences. Her recent interviews, projects exposures and conference speaking engagements\ Korea-Japan international design conference, CASA design magazine Asia, Millennium mesh up conference in Miami, Monthly Design Magazine Korea, San Fransisco Brand design news

  • Eena Kim commented on the article "http://staging.aiga.org/interior.aspx?pageid=44&id=3183"

    I remember Mr. Miho during my Art Center year, his passion in design and charismatic attitude for...well, everyday life with creative and design mindset was epic inspiration for me to finish the ever so challenging Art Center Spartan days and stick to creative field.

  • Eena Kim commented on the article "http://staging.aiga.org/interior.aspx?pageid=44&id=3183"

    I remember Mr. Miho during my Art Center year, his passion in design and charismatic attitude for...well, everyday life with creative and design mindset was epic inspiration for me to finish the ever so challenging Art Center Spartan days and stick to creative field.

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