The Human Intelligence Project - Brian

It's part ten of "The Human Intelligence Project," and we're showcasing one of Max Connect's graphic designers, Brian Gee.

Get to Know Brian Gee

As a graphic designer, Brian combines art and technology to communicate ideas through images, logos, and the layout of websites and advertisement. He uses a variety of design elements to achieve artistic or decorative effects that catch the attention of potential clients and customers and portray the message. Brian translates what would be a boring ad into aesthetically pleasing artwork. He also builds logos that catch attention while giving the client a personality.

When he’s not being too serious with his craft, you'll find him drawing anything that comes to mind in his sketchbook or any paper at hand.

“You can say that I am a visual storyteller - to visually tell a story in a way that supports the brand’s message and creates emotion,” Brian says. “Where musicians use music, poets use words, and dancers use their movements to communicate feelings; as a designer, I use imagery.”

Born and raised in Utah, Brian graduated from the University of Utah where he practiced his artistic skills and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design. Although his passion is painting, he also enjoys creating digital art.

Brian lives life with a work-hard-play-hard mentality. He strives to live his life to the fullest and always says yes to anything fun, whether it’s spending time in Utah’s beautiful natural landscape, going to a concert or festival with friends, or simply staying home binging on Netflix and video games with a cat in his lap.

Being in a relationship with his girlfriend for about 5 years, Brian says that the people in his life are the most important thing to him.

“My biggest goal in life is to give support for those who need me because they have always been my support through the best and the worst.”

Don’t Miss Out on More Human Intelligence

At Max Connect, we combine the most sophisticated machine learning technologies and the smartest minds in the industry. We call it human intelligence. We just launched the “The Human Intelligence Project,” so make sure to check our blog next week as we feature another team member. If you’re in need of fresh, forward-thinking marketing campaign, hit us up at (385) 425-6731, or send us an email at