Digital publication of a magazine first seen in the 1950's - the original concept of popular history.
Founded by Brendan Bracken, Minister of Information during the Second World War, 'History Today' created the concept of popular history; mixing styles, genres and periods, while fusing excitement with readability.
A site supporting patients and their families, and for receiving donations.
St Joseph’s, founded in Hackney in 1905, is a charity and hospice. With a team of doctors, nurses, social workers and volunteers, they provide care for those with serious and life-threatening conditions.
Major UK charity, with a new strategy focusing on digital delivery of services and support.
Breast Cancer Care had developed a new organisational strategy - focusing on delivering support and services through digital channels. As a result, they needed to commission a number of new web projects.
Niche editorial website delivering news, analysis and opinion for the Middle East and North Africa.
Middle East Eye came to us with the ambition to become the Middle East and North Africa’s most credible, trusted and comprehensive source for news, information, analysis and opinion.
A site reflecting a new and innovative approach to improving lives through Mission.
Interserve, a Christian Mission agency, work in an interesting and crowded sector - aiming to improve the lives of people in Asia, the Middle East and the UK by supporting and organising Mission for churchgoers in the UK.
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.