Crayon appoints new Head of UX

Crayon have appointed Giles Perry as new Head of UX.

Crayon has appointed Giles Perry as its new Head of User Experience. He joins from AnalogFolk where he was User Experience Director bringing extensive experience in crafting highly creative projects that provide innovative and engaging user journeys.

Giles has been a UX lead and digital creative for 12 years, three of which were at SapientNitro. He has worked with clients including Mars Incorporated, John Lewis, RBS Group and Cancer Research UK. He won Cyber Lions (Gold) for for Foot Locker at Cannes Lions 2011.

Giles has a diverse background with both an engineering BA from Cambridge University and an MA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College. He has exhibited in numerous UK and international art shows and was a guest lecturer at Central Saint Martins College.

Giles’s appointment underlines the on-going growth of our UX division, and our user-centred proposition.

Dan Thwaites, CEO, Crayon: “It has been a time intensive process to find the right individual for this role. Giles is not only deeply embedded in the UX world, but his creative background coupled with his track record in solving complex business problems, will be valuable assets as our team continues to grow and I’m excited about having him work with us.”

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