David Yang has more than 20 years of experience in the technology industry, including government service, where he served as the chief web designer for the Library of Congress (LOC). During his tenure at LOC, he designed more than 40 websites, computer-based training (CBT) systems, and kiosks, including the LOC's main homepage, THOMAS, and American Memory.
Mr. Yang has expertise in digital marketing and is skilled at helping organizations to develop their initiatives through multichannel customer experiences. His work for clients in the past has appeared in the pages of USA Today, Wired Magazine, Parade and the Washingtonian. He is also vice chair of the ACT-IAC Advanced Mobility Working Group and a volunteer lieutenant with the Prince George's County Fire Department.
Mr. Yang has an M.A. in Design from the University of Baltimore and a B.S. in Advertising Design from the University of Maryland.