Design consultancy Turquoise has appointed Wayne Holder, former creative director at the on-line division of Dennis Publishing, Dennis Interactive, as digital creative director.
In a move to bolster the consultancy’s digital offering, Holder will join this week and be working alongside creative director Gareth Mapp.
As part of the move, Turquoise aims to provide a strong digital offering to clients to ensure brands are implemented across all touchpoints, both on- and off-line.
‘The convergence of media means that digital is becoming an increasingly important aspect of branding,’ says Holder. ‘The Turquoise digital team will therefore be working hand-in-hand with the Turquoise broadcast team to create a seamless brand experience.’
Prior to his ten years as creative director at Dennis Interactive, Holder set up the Mirror Group’s first digital team, creating the publishing group’s on-line newspaper websites for The Independent, Daily Mirror, Sporting Life and Daily Record.
Holder started out at Dorling Kindersley where he worked on developing company’s multimedia offering.