Traditional designers are accustomed to using materials like fabric, wood, metal, and glass to create interiors that bring buildings to life and convey narratives. Of late, however, technology has established itself as an essential component of any space, and it must be considered as necessary as any other building material.
Jacqueline Hoffmann is a Solutions Consultant at Mvix, a leading provider of content-rich digital signage solutions.
Jacqueline leads the DC Metro team for Mvix, working with designers and engineers to implement digital signage networks for interactive experiences, building directories and wayfinding applications, digital kiosks and other custom projects.
Prior to joining Mvix, Jacqueline Hoffmann spent four years in the interior design industry. Her passion lies in the process of integrating technology into design and turning an abstract idea into an immersive built environment that connects brands with people.
In her current role at Mvix, she is tasked with assisting D.C. metro clients in selecting and implementing digital signage solutions, including cloud and LAN-based content management systems, to facilitate business processes and functions. To date, her team has helped clients such as Kings Dominion and the First Baptist Church of Glenarden to create memorable on-site digital experiences that have generated improved engagement with the targeted audiences.
Jacqueline Hoffmann leads Mvix’s industry analysis, manages the RFP process, and designs and implements internal business processes.
Jacqueline holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and is a Digital Signage Certified Expert (DCSE).