Northern digital agency Fablr has seen considerable growth in 2020, working with a number of high profile clients across mobile development, web development, design and digital marketing. To support their expanding business, Fablr are excited to announce the addition of talented digital product designer Aly Sébastien to the team.
Aly joins Fablr after six years at Cheshire-based digital agency, Venn Digital, where she worked on a range of high profile projects across recruitment, FMCG, manufacturing, and technology.
Geoff Bretherick, creative director at Fablr, said: “We are excited to welcome Aly to the Fablr family. This year, we’ve seen substantial growth in our workload and our service offering, so we’re extremely pleased to be in the position to bring in another talented senior designer who is passionate about user-centric design.
“Aly has a great understanding of digital product development and a laser sharp commercial focus. She is extremely creative and has an excellent knowledge of wider digital strategy, so she is a perfect fit for our team.”
Aly will be working closely with the Fablr team across design, front-end development, UX, UI and ecommerce implementation.
She said: “The opportunity to work with a very talented and experienced team was what attracted me to join Fablr. Being able to solve business goals across many different sectors and platforms was a real driving force in this decision.
“Fablr believes in delivering a competitive advantage with their digital products, services, and marketing. They take pride in the services they offer and go the extra mile to make sure they meet and exceed client expectations. These values are aligned with my own standards and goals, and it has been a pleasure to come on board.”
Fablr has recently launched websites for consumer food brands and manufacturers Ye Olde Oak, Struik Foods and Sonnen Bassermann. The team also works with arts organisations, such as East Street Arts and CuratorSpace, as well as professional service providers such as the Proco Group.
For more information, visit: https://www.fablr.co.uk/