Anthony Del Gigante
In Anthony’s eyes, partnership is a true art form. Over the years, his unique talents in brand strategy, visual identity development, and brand activation have consistently delivered measurable results for a wide range of clients.
Following an 18-year apprenticeship with MDG’s namesake, Anthony worked with the Museum of Modern Art to develop a WYSIWYG email marketing platform that democratized digital communication and saved the museum thousands of dollars each year. This revolutionary platform is still in use almost a decade later.
During his time at top branding agency Siegel+Gale, Anthony supported and eventually led the creative team on their flagship account, American Express. This included launching, implementing, and training hundreds of agency partners on the new Plenti rewards program brand. Before joining MDG, Anthony led branding initiatives with clients such as Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Verizon, SAP, Merck, AbbVie, JBG, and Cushman Wakefield.
Today, Anthony leads MDG’s New York-based branding discipline. He works with our clients’ brands to develop creative, functional, and strategic solutions.
Anthony’s written numerous articles that have been published in Hospitality Net, DesignBeep, TMCnet, HSMAI, Social Media Explorer, PR Daily, Bit Rebels, Business Matters, Business Opportunities, LondonlovesBusiness, Designer Daily, South Florida Reporter, Times Square Chronicles, and Active Rain. Anthony’s articles have also appeared on leading university blogs, including University of Southern California, City University of New York, University of North Carolina, Oregon State University, Global Education Network, and The New School.
Written by Anthony Del Gigante
Is Social Commerce the Next Big Thing in Retail?
How Design Can Impact Your Brand’s Bottom Line
10 Powerful Ways to Use Instagram for Real Estate Marketing
7 Big Design Mistakes to Avoid on Social Media
What Every Marketer Needs to Know About Fonts
9 Big Graphic Design Trends to Watch
Dynamic Creative Advertising: 5 Things Marketers Need to Know
9 Signs Your Business Needs to Rebrand