Graphic Design Director
Tabitha Bogard, Director of Graphic Design, stays ahead of dynamic advancements within the design, graphics, and technology fields, and she implements these advancements within the IMS Graphic Design Department. She ensures that team members can supply any and every presentation request made by Am Law 200 law firms and Fortune 500 legal departments across the country. Ever cognizant of the importance of visual communication, Tabitha provides team members with insights and design protocols that support and enhance litigators’ messaging objectives in the courtroom.
Tabitha has spent over two decades devising innovative communication programs for almost every industry. A concept design specialist focused on creative problem solving, she has served as creative director for a wide variety of clients, including Bank of America, New Balance, Intel, and LVMH. She also taught as an adjunct professor for the School of Visual Arts at the University of Oklahoma, where she graduated with a BFA in visual communication.
Recognized by AIGA Dallas, “Women in Design,” Tabitha also received the prestigious ARF David Ogilvy Award—an award which honors research and analytical driven advertising campaigns—for Bank of America’s, “Opportunities for All” campaign. Other accolades include winning The Telly Award and being published in Communication Arts magazine.
Outside of work, much of Tabitha’s interests revolve around design, including painting fine art. She said, “I am passionate about design in all its forms.” She also loves traveling, spending time with friends, family, and her dogs Bella and Sam. She’s a die-hard college football fan, and loves her Sooners!
“Design is thinking made visible.”