Client Industry Year


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


B2C UX design and development of all the UI for the toy racing company 2009


B2C UX design and .NET website development for the prestigious art establishment 2009

Knight Precision Wire

Construction UX design, development and SEO to increase sales of the specialty wire solutions 2009

Omega Resistance Wire

Construction UX design, development and SEO to increase sales of the resistance wire products 2009

Soccer Millionaire

Sport Project management and UX for the gamified website that quizzed users on football 2009

Optima Systems

Utilities Corporate website design and development to increase enquiries for office partitions 2008 CASE STUDY

BAM Construct UK

Construction Corporate website revamp on Sitefinity CMS for the leading UK construction company 2008

Carbon Smart

Construction Drupal website development and maintenance for the sustainability service provider 2008

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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.”

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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.”

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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

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