Interactive agency Cimex was ranked as one of the best design agencies in the top 100 design groups in Design Week’s 2007 independent survey of the UK’s creative services.

In at number 30, up from last year’s placement at 37, this position recognises Cimex’s success in a competitive economic climate.

The Design Week survey is based on audited fee-income and is a measure of how successful companies are in the creative services market.

In the survey of the UK’s leading digital design consultancies, Cimex is ranked at number six, up one place from last year. With clients including Directgov, BBC, Channel 4, NHSDirect, HM Treasury, Department for Education and Skills (DfES), School Food Trust, St Pancras International, Ben Sherman, Firetrap and Film Club, Cimex is championing accessible, social and ethical digital innovation in the public, e-learning and corporate sectors.

A full service agency, located in central London, Cimex integrates highly creative design with technology, consultancy, branding, content development and user experience, the latter of which is supported by an in-house usability lab with eye-tracking facilities.

“Being recognised in the Design Week Top 100 survey is fantastic. It’s a wonderful testament to the outstanding expertise we have at Cimex. We are very pleased to be working on a number of progressive projects and we look forward to an even better year ahead,” said Nikki Barton, Creative Director: Cimex.

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Published on: 12:00AM on 11th June 2007