For the forth year in a row we've teamed up with the creative team at Bestival to deliver the festival website.
We worked closely with EIS and Bear to create this tightly-integrated duo of member-only sites. Talent Matters, a quarterly magazine of cutting edge industry insight and P3, the hub for participants in EIS’ Performance Pathway Programme.
House Seven is Soho House’s website and weekly newsletter for members. We relaunched it in 2013, bringing more of what members love about Soho House online - like events, screenings and bespoke content filtered by House.
Our work with It’s Nice That has seen us building and supporting their site and select satellite sites since early 2008. Version 3 launched in 2012, and plans are afoot for 2015...
The current Labour and Wait website and shop brings their digital offering up-to-date whilst being mindful of their core beliefs of quality and functionality.
Code Club is a nationwide network of volunteer-led after school coding clubs for children aged 9-11. We’ve helped them with Code Club and Code Club World (and our own Jamie runs a Code Club around the corner, too).
One of our most recent Soho House sites was the design and build for Chicken Shop - which we’ve now updated to include their new locations.
In collaboration with design studio Birch we also recently joined in with the rebrand and relaunch of The Electric, covering all four elements: House, Cinema, Diner and - last but not least - Doughnuts.
In 2014 we re-designed, re-built, and re-launched an entirely new website with TAIT, the live production partners of Beyoncé, the Rolling Stones, Justin Timberlake and more.
We worked alongside technical partners in the UI redesign of the BBC introducing Uploader and behind the scenes Peel system.
In collaboration with Fivefootsix, we designed and built a new website for Julian Stevens, a leader in the field of ophthalmology and laser eye surgery.
The Melrose and Morgan website, designed by Studio Frith, is just one of our CMS and Shopify hybrid builds, designed to enable both easy editorial and e-commerce capability to their in-house team.
In February 2014 we worked with the LCO and Jonny Greenwood ahead of their concert at Wapping Hydraulic Power Station. We created an audio-visual interface for audience participation which you can read about and play with here.