In another senior appointment for The White Agency, Edward Hodges has joined the company as its new front-end technology lead.
Hodges brings more than ten years of experience in web development to White, having worked most recently as the senior front-end developer at Yahoo!7. His previous experience includes working in-house at leading UK companies such as DigitasLBi, Future Publishing and BSkyB, before moving to Australia and taking a contract position with Lorna Jane.
Hodges will focus on leading White’s front-end tech team to ensure they continue to develop leading websites and digital solutions for its portfolio of clients, including Lion, Kimberly Clark, Lexus, Nestle and BT Financial Group.
Commenting on his new role heading up Front-end technology at The White Agency, Hodges said: “I’m excited to be back in a creative environment and working with people who are always striving to develop quality and innovative work.”
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