User Experience (UX) agency Sigma has appointed Rachel O’Sullivan as a new project manager.
Prior to joining the Ropewalks-based agency, Rachel was a project manager at Reason Digital – an agency that works largely with charities and not-for-profit organisations – where she gained four years’ experience in a range of project delivery methods.
Rachel has a proven track record of successfully delivering projects for a number of high profile organisations and at Sigma she will be responsible for managing projects for some of its key clients, which include mental health charity Mind, Diversity Role Models and global transport company, Alexander Dennis.
Rachel said: “This is a really exciting time to be joining Sigma, during a time a growth and when the company is involved in such interesting projects. I have a passion for all things digital and am looking forward to developing new skills and growing into my role.”
Hilary Stevenson, managing director of Sigma, said: “We are delighted that Rachel is coming on board as project manager. Her enthusiasm and willingness to learn made her stand out from the crowd in her interview, and we are certain she will bring a set of fresh eyes to our ongoing work in the accessibility market.”
Sigma is a leading specialist in UX, from research and design to testing, development and optimisation and is part of the Sigma group, a 3,500-strong IT services company based in Sweden and with offices throughout the world. In the UK, the team has two UK bases, in Macclesfield and Cambridge.