About Ron Lewis

Ron Lewis is the principal partner in the firm Lewis Design Group, a Charlotte, North Carolina digital creative agency that specializes in corporate communication assignments. Representative clients include Central Piedmont Community College, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., the Charlotte Enterprise Community, Ramos Associates and Our Cause Magazine. Projects include ad design, publication design, logo design, brochures, corporate branding, and web development projects.

Prior to launching Lewis Design Group in 2003, Mr. Lewis worked for the University of North Carolina at Charlotte as the graphics coordinator for the university’s Media Services Department. Prior corporate experience includes five years as art director at Bertrand Advertising Agency in Hollywood, California where he worked on a wide variety of recruitment accounts for clients in defense, hospitality, utilities and financial services. Additional experience included a stint at Nissan Motors Corporation of North America in Carson, California as a graphics illustrator.

Mr. Lewis’s work has been cited in the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Hartford Courant, and the Dallas Morning News, as well as various industry trade publications. He was featured on the small business television show Making It, sponsored by Bank of America and published in Micro Publishing News.

Mr. Lewis is a graduate of San Diego State University with a B.A. in Graphic Communications. In addition to his strong corporate experience, he has also taught courses in graphic design and web development at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and Central Piedmont Community College. Ron served as the Chairman of the Advisory Board for the Graphic Design Department at North Carolina A&T State University. In that role he lead a groups of industry professionals and faculty to help determine measurable student outcomes, career readiness, curriculum direction and identified internships for students as well as funding opportunities for the university.