We design digital products and websites with meticulous care and obsessive attention to detail. Over the past 25 years, we’ve designed business, editorial, and e-commerce websites for clients around the world. Well-known design projects have included Disney Store UK, Greenpeace, SAP, SunLife, and WWF UK.
For over a year, Andy worked in Sydney, Australia with Ansarada to develop their brand and visual identity. Andy worked alongside their CEO, CPO, and CMO and consulted on how art direction and design could help turn Ansarada from a single-product company into a global SaaS business.
The COVID pandemic of 2020 meant the Buskers Bern music festival was cancelled. Thankfully, this popular event will return in 2022 with a confident new creative direction we designed to encourage more visitors than ever to attend. More about Buskers Bern…
When web standards—including semantic HTML and CSS—were in their infancy and used on blogs and personal websites, we designed the world’s first e-commerce website using those technologies for the UK Disney Store.
Greenpeace is focussed on environmental protection in Poland. We optimised their donation process to maximise conversion opportunities by redesigning someone’s journey from their essential campaign pages to donating to the organisation. Our project included design concepts and interactive prototypes. More about Greenpeace…
Nozomi Networks is an emerging leader in the field of cybersecurity. Andy currently works with them three weeks per month in the role of Director of Product Design. He’s responsible for the user experience and visual design of all the company’s products.
After workshops with their team, SAP commissioned us to work on several product designs, the most recent being a design for ‘Caddy On Demand,’ an application to demonstrate their technologies at an exclusive golfing retreat.
The owners of Smashing Magazine asked us to help during the concept design phase of their new website. After several weeks of workshops and design iterations, we delivered concept designs, ideas, and prototypes so the Smashing Magazine team could communicate what they needed from a new designer much more clearly.
SunLife is a household name in the UK—providing insurance and financial services to the over 50s—but they suffered from a dilution of their brand across offline and online channels. We improved their consistency and reduced friction between their in-house designers and marketers and external agencies by designing and implementing a new design system that is now the source of truth for their design, marketing, and sales activities. More about SunLife…
We worked with the WWF UK team to increase their online adoptions, donations, and membership by designing innovative ways to bundle adoptions and membership. We also simplified their adoption process and introduced new ways to adopt more than one animal. To increase customer engagement and enrolment, we designed compelling new adoption campaign pages. More about WWF…
We worked with Animal Search to devise a new creative concept, and design a refreshing palette of colours and typefaces. We commissioned brand designer Katy Cory to devise a new Animal Search logo and illustrator Vic Bell to make illustrations for the new website.
The distinctive personality of the So Foot magazine was missing from their website. We designed a flexible colour, layout, and typography system for developing thousands of dynamic pages. We delivered interactive prototypes of all important pages alongside a design system filled with components which can be styled in hundreds of different combinations.
Their business is growing fast, but their previous website design still reflected their rural roots. We designed a confident new visual identity and page designs. Then, we worked with a developer to make them into a fast and flexible new website using the Eleventy CMS.
To relaunch the Buskers Bern festival in 2022, we designed a confident new creative direction. The new pages are full of energy and movement—just like the festival itself. In little over a month, we delivered several rounds of creative concepts before deciding on the final direction. Then, we developed interactive prototypes of the website, plus a style guide to assist with future development.