Client Industry Year

Sport England

Sport Cohesive user-centred digital strategy, website design and development for their portfolio 2019 CASE STUDY

The Commonwealth

Government UX research and strategy to explore the best approach for the Commonwealth's digital portfolio 2019


Leisure UX design and website development for an internal procurement platform 2019


Healthcare UX design, website and IoT development of a social care assistant prototype 2019 CASE STUDY


Healthcare UX design and website development for the healthcare provider in the Philippines 2019


B2B UX strategy and design prototypes for the marine cartography and navigation solutions company 2019


B2B UX strategy and design prototypes for the fishing, sailing, boating and marine cartography company 2019

Law Business Research

Legal Hosting, maintenance and Laravel development for a batch of legal websites 2019


Agency Feasibility user-centred research and projection for an app for the travel retail sector 2019

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Outside of the Bank of England

I simply recommend that clients choose Cyber-Duck. They helped us achieve not only awareness, but wider acceptance for the new £5. The team delivered an engaging website in 6 weeks.”

Head of Digital

The Bank of England

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It has been a real pleasure working with Cyber-Duck. They helped us breathe new life into subjects that usually seem a little dry - which was the ultimate goal of the project.”

Antonia Mochan

Head of Media, The European Commission

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Cyber-Duck’s user-focused approach transformed our site’s architecture. They brought all the Maxi brands under one website and created a user experience which fulfilled all stakeholder objectives.”

Sam Musk

Senior Digital Marketing Manager, Maxinutrition

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We selected Cyber-Duck following a competitive tender and have been delighted by the team’s dedication and Agile approach, delivering a great product in tight timelines and on budget.”

Melanie Hardman

Head of Ximbio, Cancer Research Technology