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d'Vinci Interactive Unveils New Brand Identity

Company sharpens focus on empowering learners to achieve extraordinary outcomes

Learning technology firm d’Vinci Interactive has formally unveiled a new brand identity that signifies its sharpened focus on developing solutions that empower learners to improve quality and boost performance. The brand identity reflects d’Vinci’s range of services which includes designing and developing learning experiences, educational websites, and web and mobile applications.

Since acquiring d’Vinci in 2013, we have focused the company’s growth on becoming a leader where learning and technology converge,” said Luke Kempski, president of JPL, d’Vinci’s parent company, and CEO at d’Vinci. “Now, we’re making what we stand for even more evident. We ignite the power of learning and technology so our clients become elite leaders. Our solutions help them improve quality, safety and efficiency. And, we do this by engaging and empowering the learners they want to reach.”

Founded in 1994, d’Vinci’s new brand identity positions it well for future growth as a learning solutions provider. The company currently works with leading organizations including the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP), PBS LearningMedia and National Geographic as well as global corporations such as APL Maritime and Schindler Elevator. d’Vinci also serves federal government agencies such as the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Administrative Office of the US Courts (AOUSC), and the National Park Service (NPS) through its GSA Professional Services contract.

“Now more than ever, organizations want to use learning and technology to earn a competitive advantage, bolster their brands and reach a targeted audience,” said Mason Scuderi, d’Vinci chief operating officer. “Since organizations often don’t know where to start, we simplify the complex to help them achieve the results and outcomes they want.”

The new d’Vinci brand identity shows through the company’s team of learning specialists, creative designers and interactive developers collaborating in their learning studio in downtown Hagerstown, Maryland. Recently recognized for a number of industry awards, the company expects significant growth in the coming months.

08/31/16