MADISON, WI. – ZEBRADOG (aka ZD Studios), one of the nation’s leading experiential design firms (https://www.zebradog.com), today announced the appointment of Mr. Matthew Schuh as Lead Developer to its award-winning media team. Mr. Schuh will be actively involved in the interactive development, technology strategy and execution of immersive digital installations within ZEBRADOG’s signature branded environments.
“Matt’s proven abilities to transform our design team’s vision into fluid interactive solutions will continue to strengthen ZEBRADOG’s position as an industry leader in experiential media design and delivery.” said Chris Moore, New Media Director and Vice President of ZEBRADOG.
Mr. Schuh brings his experience in technology integration, programming and development for large-scale projects around the world for a wide variety of ZEBRADOG clients. He has created interactive applications for award-winning digital media projects including; The Hall Group, Duke University Athletics, Aurora Healthcare, Manpower Group, Livsreise Heritage Center, Northwestern University, Saudi Aramco, The University Of Wisconsin Madison and Madison College.
Matthew Schuh received his Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
Located in the historic Sixth Ward Carnegie Library in Madison, Wisconsin, ZD was founded in 1992 by Creative Director Mark Schmitz. For 25 years, ZD has been thriving at the intersection of communication design and the built environment while delivering some of the most integrated, collaborative and evocative branded environments in America. The ZD staff of 20 passionate professionals are versed in the disciplines of interior architecture, interactive media, graphic and interior design, wayfinding and signing, project production, construction management and technical writing all balanced to deliver modern storytelling solutions. The ZD culture thrives in collaborative environments and excels in delivering destination brand-based experiences with authenticity, grace and passion.