Design House has appointed Tim Webb-Jenkins as creative director for corporate services, as predicted in Design Week last month (DW 26 April).
His is the first of several key appointments which should see the arrival of two senior designers in the next six weeks. They will work in the newly-created corporate services and retail and leisure teams, says Design House managing director Lavinia Culverhouse.
Webb-Jenkins was creative director at Nettec.
“[Webb-Jenkins’] on-line as well as graphic experience will raise our creative standards and add a more holistic approach to the team,” adds Culverhouse.
He will work alongside creative director for retail and leisure Mike Booth and sit on the Design House board.