AtomicMedia, the Nottingham-based digital product company, has expanded its crew with 12 new appointments since July, following important new contract wins.
One such contract was with building gear producers JCB. AtomicMedia helped the corporate to launch a brand new buyer telematics platform.
Managing Director Duncan Beiley stated: “Though primarily based in Nottingham our purchasers are worldwide and the devoted work of everybody at AtomicMedia throughout lockdown has enabled our firm to efficiently flip our purchasers challenges into alternatives for our enterprise.
“Coming again to the workplace and seeing so many new crew members has been actually encouraging. The previous couple of months has produced dozens of surprising challenges for everybody however we’ve been capable of lead, adapt and develop while persevering with to ship the extent of service we delight ourselves on to our purchasers.
“It is a testomony each to those that have been with us for years and the brand new additions. I can’t wait to get entangled within the thrilling tasks we have now lined up for this yr and consider our new crew members will permit us, and subsequently our purchasers, to thrive.”
AtomicMedia’s new appointments embody, Alun Edwards as Design Director. Alun will likely be shaping and main the design studio. Having beforehand labored at Studio Output and a variety of different high-profile UK companies, he brings over 20 years of expertise throughout the design trade, having labored with forward-thinking organisations such because the BBC, Speedo, Sony PlayStation, Boots, SYCO and Nest.co.uk.
Alun stated: “We’re in a pivotal spot proper now throughout the financial system and trade and it’s a good time to get onboard and develop the design and UX providing at AtomicMedia. Throughout these fascinating occasions, personally talking, it’s already been heartening to know we’ve developed new and thrilling methods of working for our design groups and with purchasers – It’s reassuring to understand how properly we’ve tailored and that we’ve acquired the method, folks and instruments in place to supply this in a distant and collaborative format.”
Ryan Hewitt has been appointed Senior UI & UX Designer. Ryan joined AtomicMedia from a specialist UX company, simply as the primary lockdown started. He has been busy delivering consumer work and growing the broader UX providing, particularly the capability to work remotely and collaboratively. He’s additionally a key member of AtomicMedia’s specialised Design Dash crew, with the power to work remotely with purchasers on fast drawback fixing for them.
Ryan Wright has been appointed Head of Venture Supply and can act as a bridge between AtomicMedia’s design and growth groups, serving to to form product growth and supply processes while driving effectivity.
Ryan stated: “It’s actually been an fascinating expertise becoming a member of the crew through the lockdown. It’s a testomony to the processes which are already in place which have allowed me to seamlessly combine with the crew, and it’s very apparent that we have now a crew of gifted designers, builders and mission managers which are passionate in regards to the high quality of labor that we produce for our purchasers.”
Zoe Dawes in the meantime has been appointed Product Proprietor. Becoming a member of AtomicMedia with 15 years of expertise at JCB, Zoe has labored on a combination of IT tasks corresponding to main the JCB hub, LiveLink Fleet and Operator App. After Zoe was made redundant from JCB, AtomicMedia created the place of Product Proprietor for her, having labored so intently over the previous 5 years. Since becoming a member of on the 4th July, Zoe has acquired to know a number of purchasers and the way they function, corresponding to Vaillant, Dentons and Rolls-Royce.
Furthermore, Matt Fisher has been named Venture Supervisor. Matt joins Ryan Wright’s crew as Venture Supervisor, working throughout a variety of steady growth tasks for Rolls-Royce and JCB. Since beginning this position Matt has been making certain all agile processes are adopted by crew members, and serving to to run Dash Opinions.
Sylwia Jurek has been appointed Native search engine optimization Government. With earlier expertise working for a digital advertising and marketing company, Sylwia has already carried out an search engine optimization audit for AtomicMedia’s purchasers and is creating an search engine optimization technique for them, figuring out areas for enchancment.
Additional, Sam Raynor has been appointed Senior iOS Developer. Sam brings 7 years expertise to AtomicMedia in growing iOS.
Paul Davison and Sarah Munton have joined the agency as a Digital Advertising Apprentice and Digital Design apprentice respectively.