Client Industry Year

Avenue Imperial

Leisure UX design and development of a 3D virtual shopping platform for luxury retailers 2013

BAM Construct UK

Construction Visual-driven website that could reflect BAM's ethos and experience 2013

Casewise

Technology UX and front-end development for Evolve to help businesses visualise data 2013

CrimeTimeline

Charity UX design and build of an app to display UK crime using an interactive heat map 2013

Cuckoo Quack

Technology UX design and development that turned an antique clock into a IoT web notification system 2013

Faccenda

B2C Targeted UX website design improvements for the supplier of quality poultry products 2013

Fosroc

Construction UX website design and for the global construction chemicals, materials and solutions company 2013

GSK

Healthcare Educational workshop to improve understanding of UX and persona-driven marketing 2013

HousePals

Property UX design and website development to help users find their perfect new home 2013

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