Iris Associates has announced the appointment of two new members to its digital team.
The Sheffield-based creative agency, which works with brands including Yorkshire Water and Hitachi, has appointed Jolyan Turrall as digital director and Mark Bateman as head of planning and information architecture.
Mark has worked for agencies including Brass and Bloom Media and has delivered successful projects for Ribena, McVities and Unilever, amongst others. His previous roles have included designer, developer and project manager before coming into information architecture and user experience design.
Jolyan has delivered projects including DECS for the MOD, video streaming for Apple and British Airways' brand relaunch. He brings to Iris 30 years of experience from previous roles in computer programming.
Maria Vardy, managing partner at Iris has commented on the announcement: “We are thrilled to welcome Mark and Jolyan to Iris. We know they will make a significant contribution to the team. The insight Mark provides has already bolstered our offering for clients and Jolyan has a wealth of commercial experience that is hard to match.”