Framfab, the UK's foremost digital marketing communications agency appoints Frances O'Reilly and Jane Austin, the founders of interactive design agency Recollective, to work on major brand projects. In addition, experience architect Jewell Niccolls and designer Andry Ratovondrahona also from Recollective, will be joining the Framfab team.

The award winning Recollective team has worked with a variety of high profile clients such as The Audit Commission, Channel 4, Conran, DFES, The British Council, Virgin Mobile and the Arts Council. At Recollective the team specialised in Web site design and development and was known for its highly successful 'design for purpose' approach.

"We are lucky to have the Recollective team joining us and they will strengthen even further the considerable skill base of Framfab UK. Their capabilities as a team are first class. Our continuous commitment to our clients requires the right team, and with the Recollective team who have very strong credentials hard to find in the industry at the moment, we ensure just that," says Luke Taylor, Framfab's UK managing director.

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About Framfab

Framfab is one of Europe's leading digital marketing communications agencies. Founded in 1995, we provide innovative interactive solutions to deliver excellent customer experiences for clients who are mainly large international companies. These include Kraft Foods International, Coca Cola Enterprises, Cadbury Schweppes, Morley, Barclays Capital, Dupont, DeBeers, Volvo and Boots.

Framfab operates in the United Kingdom, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Sweden. In May 2005, Framfab acquired Oyster Partners in the UK. Framfab is quoted on the O-list, Attract40 of Stockholmsbörsen (ticker symbol FRAM). For additional information, visit <; .

Published on: 12:00AM on 22nd March 2006