Kaye, who previously worked at Code Computerlove and Amaze, was CTI’s head of digital strategy.
He said: “This is a great opportunity. Uniform is a hugely ambitious agency with a growing digital offer, and we’re looking to attract the best new talent as we expand the team.”
The agency is currently refreshing the websites under the Glen Dimplex Home Appliance portfolio, including Belling, Stoves, LEC and New World as part of ongoing brand work.
Digital projects are also being developed for a wide range of clients ranging from Merseyside Police to architects Gillespie Yunnie.
Kaye is joined by developer Chris Baker, formerly of London-based agency Weapon 7 and Liverpool’s Apposing.
Nick Howe, managing director at Uniform, added: “The head of digital role is critical to us delivering against our business strategy over the next two years and it’s a great to have someone of Ryan’s calibre pushing this forward. It’s an integral part of everything we do from client work to R&D and innovation projects and we’re looking forward to seeing a number of exciting digital projects go live over the next few months.”