A little collaboration goes a long way
We were brought in to consult and build the site whilst working with the in-house design team that Middle East Eye had assembled. Our creative team love to design things, but the chance to see how others do it added a new layer of understanding to our thought processes.
We've packed and left our ivory tower and looked out onto our last sunset as the tenants of an iconic London landmark.
“We worked on Readers’ Digest’s new site” … “That’s so cool!” ...is the conversational tone that we ready ourselves for when we talk about RD. Everyone knows of them, everyone has seen them around and, even if they aren’t ardent readers, they respect the brand. What a weight on our shoulders that was.
The term “throwback” doesn’t even come close. The 1980s might be a decade worth of design that we emulate every single day, but its more than that, it’s a legacy of fearlessness that can inspire us.
I don't like it when I read blogs that have been written to order. I've heard stories about agencies that instruct their staff to write blogs. Not ask, but instruct. The output is low quality, it might add a few points to the site's Google ranking, but it won't fool a potential client.
A major NHS trust with a wide and demanding range of digital needs.
CUH had already made the shift to Drupal when we first met them, having just completed the migration of content from their legacy site to a new Drupal site.
A site with an ambition to inspire, inform and motivate one million young women.
Rather than look to celebrity and fame as a way to become successful, Modern Muse encourages women to look at business careers and entrepreneurship as a way to achieve their aspirations.