Huddersfield-based branding firm Aye! Agency has taken on a fourth team member to support continued business growth and a string of key project wins.
The graphic design role will see Danny Stead delivering branding and website design projects, as well as ongoing client marketing materials, ranging from brochures to advertisements.
Joining Aye! from Studio 116 in Batley, Danny comes from an agency background and has worked with a variety of clients ranging from antique dealers and footstool designers to coffee chain Starbucks.
Commenting on the appointment, Aye!’s director and founder Oli Smith said: “We’ve recently won some great projects which have created a real buzz in our office. We’re itching to get started and Danny will support us with these from the outset.
"Weve recently won some great projects which have created a real buzz in our office. Were itching to get started and Danny will support us with these from the outset."
“It will also give us capacity to achieve continued growth throughout the rest of the year. We’re not about sitting still. We’re always pushing forwards and looking for the next opportunity to help other businesses to grow. We now have extra man power to let us do that.”
Explaining why he chose Danny for the role, Oli added: “Before I even started recruiting, I knew that I wanted Danny on board. I studied with him at Batley School of Art, where he qualified with a 1:1. And he shares all of our company values — being down-to-earth, fresh and innovative — things that all of our clients value. So when he said he was interested, I knew we had to hire him!”
Aye! Agency delivers everything from company rebrands and website development projects to video and magazine production. Clients work across a range of sectors, and include divorce law firm Austin Kemp, firefighting vehicle manufacturer Rosenbauer and chartered accountants Crowther.
Danny said: “Having known Oli and Andy since 2009, I always knew that Aye! would become a success in the design industry. When we graduated from the Batley School of Art in 2014, they set up the company in Oli’s garden shed, whereas I decided to join a local agency for some industry experience.
“However, when Oli gave me the news that his business was looking to expand, my mind was already made up. You cannot beat working alongside like-minded people who share a collaborative vision. I am genuinely excited to see how far Aye! can grow.”
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