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Two new talented designers join Team Hallam, adding strength and depth to our growing team, and leading on the delivery of innovative and sophisticated campaigns to our clients.

Graphic Designers Nottingham Steve Luke

Steve Harrison, 27, joins Hallam Internet as a Senior Digital Designer while Luke Wilcoxson, 33, joins as a Digital Designer.

Steve has 11 year experience in the design profession, and he has worked both in agency and in-house design roles.  Steve’s design portfolio includes projects for Disney and Universal Studios, as well interactive game designs for notable clients including Sony and Toyota.

Luke has specialist design experience in interactive design, motion graphics, and video animation. He will play a key role in developing new content marketing offerings and digital experiences.

The two new members of the design team will work alongside Hallam’s digital marketing team to support the company’s portfolio that includes the United Nations, Raleigh Bikes and the BBC.

Creative Director Julio Taylor commented: “Both Steve and Luke are extremely talented designers whose creative and innovative approach will be of enormous benefit to our clients. They will add strength and depth to our growing team which is rapidly evolving to provide sophisticated and innovative campaigns to satisfy our clients’ high expectations.”

Steve is delighted to be returning to work in Nottingham city centre. “Nottingham is my spiritual home. After a career in Liverpool and Derbyshire.  I’m thrilled to be working in my home town for one of the city’s leading agencies.”

Luke new appointment means he now lives and works in the city centre. “It’s fantastic to live so conveniently located for work. And even better to be working for an agency the delivers end to end digital campaigns for it’s clients.”

Hallam Internet, one of the region’s leading digital marketing agencies, has recently merged with BigSpring, a premier designer and developer of web solutions. The newly formed company now employs 40 people, and will continue to trade under the Hallam brand.

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