Evan Dorian of Newport Beach Wins LinkedIn Profinder Award for Web Development

(Newport Beach, California) February 27, 2018

LinkedIn is pleased to announce that Evan Dorian of The Dorian Media Group is the 2017 Profinder winner for Best Web Development. The LinkedIn Profinder Awards are given out annually to those who excel in their fields.

The Profinder Awards are a prestigious annual tradition within the design and marketing world. LinkedIn’s summarizes the impact of the awards:

Evan Dorian

“Quite simply, the Best of 2017 badge signals your best in class ranking on our platform and spotlights your profile name, photo, and services you provide on ProFinder.”

Evan Dorian of Newport Beach is a leading marketing professional in the Southern California area and is known for his technologically-savvy approaches to image-building and branding. His work in photography and in brand building has been recognized by many peers and has been seen on major media outlets across the United States.

As a photographer, Mr. Dorian’s work has appeared in both design and fine art venues.

The Dorian Media Group: An Innovative California Agency

The Dorian Media Group counts Safety First Arms, Ferragamo, and Julia Post Jewelry among its clientele. The company oversees a variety of marketing and design strategies for companies large and small in fields ranging from marketing and yoga studios to luxury fashion and video production.

Marketing Industry and LinkedIn consultant Pavan Vaddey explains the relationship between LinkedIn and the awards:

“These Profinders signify a certain level of prestige and industry excellence that really matters to outsiders. LinkedIn’s brand identifier behind the awards is a major validation for those who come across a company that’s won them. They make a difference for many larger clients.” 

For more information on the LinkedIn Profinder awards visit the official website. For more information on The Dorian Media Group visit their Facebook page.

About The Author

Mario Hertzel is a writer based in London. He writes about trends and personalities on the fringe edge of technology and business. He is also a collector of rare books.