Client Industry Year


Charity UX design and website development for the charity that supports Israel's children at risk 2010

Journeys Discovering Africa

Travel Creative branding, UX website design and marketing for the bespoke luxury tour brand 2010

Office Cavalry

B2B Branding, UX and custom SaaS portal development to manage freelancer recruitment 2010

Red Eye International

B2B Marketing website to increase the lead generation of the automated mailing plaform 2010

Rosslyn Analytics

B2B UX design, website development and brand propositio for the pioneering data platform 2010

The Gadget Show

B2C Interactive tablet game based on the famous Dracula novel on behalf of the leading primetime tv show 2010

Titanium Fire

Technology Brand, UX and website development to raise traffic for the professional Salesforce consultants 2010


Finance UX design and development of the UK's first total retirement financial planning app 2010


B2C UX design and development of a website to send virtual emotional gifts abroad 2009

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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