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Our work

What do we do? These case studies explain the unique challenge of each project, how we approached them, what we delivered and what our clients said about working with us.

Communications that
capture your audience

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) hired us to design and deliver a comprehensive digital communications package for an EU project working to reduce discards in European fisheries.

Designing digital tools for changemakers

Girls Not Brides’ Theory of Change sets out the actions and strategies needed to end child marriage. We developed a user-friendly digital version that would be a practical tool for their members.

Making your research accessible for all

We worked with a team at Queen Mary’s University to design a website that would communicate their complex research in an appealing way to a wide range of audiences. 

Building a user-centred membership process

After rapid growth, Girls Not Brides needed to update and improve their member induction process. We redesigned it to be more manageable for staff and to work better for their members.

Getting knowledge into the right hands

The Lambda Legal team needed a product to educate and inform young LGBTQ+ people of their rights. We worked with them to develop a set of six visually-appealing information cards.

Developing a strategy for success

After several years of campaigning success Publish What You Pay faced a period of transition. We carried out a strategic review that helped to refocus and reinvigorate their communications efforts.