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Kyle just the ticket.

DIGITAL media agency Orange Bus has invited a talented designer on board to further develop user experience for its clients.

Following its recent recruitment drive, Newcastle-based Orange Bus has welcomed interaction design specialist Kyle Mayne, pictured, to the fast growing team.

With a Masters in Human Computer Interaction and a degree in Information Systems, Kyle has hands-on experience in the design, development and evaluation of interactive technologies. Previously a developer for the BBC's red button interactive menu, Kyle's main role at Orange Bus is to bring more expertise to development of user interaction, an area which founder Julian Leighton is passionate about.

He said: "We were very keen to bring Kyle in to Orange Bus with his background in user experience design as it is an area that we specialise in. We use this with many of our bigger brand clients and the demand is growing from the smaller companies as they can see the benefits for their business by really understanding how their customers interact with their website, and the journey they follow around the site."
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jul 22, 2010
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