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New Media Agency, Digital Therapy Ltd, have appointed Leeds born David Rhodes as Senior Interactive Developer to spearhead the development of a series of new projects for newly acquired clients.

After graduating from Leeds Metropolitan University, David joined Red Planet Limited where he worked on a number of projects, including Smith Knight Fay. Red Planet then merged with IP Industries in early 2001 which was then bought out by Aquilo Technology in early 2003.

David’s technical experience to date has involved the development of online applications and web solutions using Microsoft Technologies, for large organisations, “Digital Therapy presents a new challenge for me, where I will be able to apply my full technical ability and expertise and take a lead role in the development of products and websites.”

“A busy start to 2004 with our recent move to Leeds, and the acquisition of a number of new clients has presented new opportunities for us. David’s appointment to the DT team provides the requisite balance between visual creativity and logic. As a New Media agency, we know how and when to push the boundaries of design and technology, but equally know when to stop from falling off the edge, i.e. producing something which not only matches form with function, but one which meets the business need” Simon Jones MD, added.

Specialising in customer-centric, creative interactive services with offices in Leeds, Huddersfield and London, Digital Therapy is rapidly becoming one of the North of England’s leading new media agencies. Strategic partners include Optimum 4, Marvellous, MPP Global and Prego. Clients include Whitbread, Vodafone and Freeserve plc.com.

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Published on: 12:00AM on 3rd February 2004