Aimer Media was founded in 2009 by Adrian Driscoll, Andy Parle and Mark Brown. Since the beginning we’ve been “making apps work”. Not just from the users point of view, but also from a business point of view, we’re experts in taking content and forming valid, long-term products that people love to use.
In October 2021 Aimer Media was acquired by Class Publishing, a partner since 2015 in apps for the ambulance service and paramedics. Since October 2022 Aimer Media has been fully integrated within the Class Publishing organisational structure.
“Making apps work” describes:
- Our pride in how we build our apps
- Our desire to collaborate with our partners so we create the right app to achieve their goals
- Our ambition that people find our apps useful and important enough to keep on their device
Andy Parle (Head of Technical Development)
Andy Parle is responsible for the technical direction of Class Publishing/Aimer Media. He has developed all the software for Aimer’s existing apps and amongst many other software projects created classroom-based education software shortlisted by BETT in 2008.
Mark Brown (Head of User Experience and Design)
Mark has over 25 years experience art directing and designing user experiences for a variety of digital formats. From designing early Channel4.com websites and developing a digital publishing system for WWF and RBS to user experience design for British Gas and Open University.
Ben Lawrence (Senior Developer)
Ben has been with Aimer since late 2013, having previously worked at Cogapp. He studied Computer Science at Brighton University. He likes cars that go fast.
Jack Duffy (Designer)
Jack is a design graduate from De Montfort University, he’s learning German, is a Man United fan and now has a puppy.
Tonye Spiff (Developer)
Tonye moved to Brighton to start with Aimer in 2018, having graduated from Swansea University where he studied Computer Science. Tonye is an Arsenal fan.
Fabian Tauriello (Developer)
Fabian is a from Adelaide Australia, now living in London. He once walked from London to Brighton, this was for fun, not to get to the office.
Craig Ronald (Developer)
Craig is a massive Everton fan. Fortunately for us, they avoided relegation.
We’re based in Brighton, our office is in Phoenix Art Space on the Old Steine and we have a great view of the city centre. 10–14 Waterloo Place, Brighton, BN2 9NB