Dave Brinkhus is an award-winning website designer with 10+ years of experience in internet marketing and website development. A graduate of West Chester University of Pennsylvania, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design and Web Technology, Dave has the design skills, technological know-how, and creative talent to develop top quality websites that provide optimal user experiences and help clients achieve maximum results.
In his previous position as Senior Creative Manager at a New York-based Search Engine Marketing agency, Dave built and managed websites and all creative, helped establish a marketing team, and worked on the company website blog, which has been shortlisted by the 2013 U.S. Search Awards as one of the best blogs in the industry. Dave Brinkhus has also performed other outstanding web design work, including work for top NYC law firms and financial institutions as far away as Australia, and he has won the “best design” contest for rock band “311” 2012 summer tour.
Dave also brings multi-faceted marketing experience to the Trighton team. In addition to designing award-winning websites, he has collaborated directly with the executive teams at top marketing agencies to provide customized interactive design campaigns for print, online and social media. He currently specializes in SEO friendly Responsive Legal Website Design for the WordPress platform, with a focus on conversion optimization for lead generation.
As Creative Director of Trighton Interactive, Dave is responsible for leading website project management, user experience (UX) design and development. He collaborates with Trighton’s Law Firm SEO and Content Development experts in the development of advanced, integrated internet marketing strategies. Additionally, he implements strategic planning and problem solving for creative deliverables and manages projects, hosting and support to provide optimal client experiences. His website designs have received Best in Class awards from the Interactive Media Awards in the legal, medical, and manufacturing categories.