All Projects


Public Services Responsive website and content strategy for the advanced, powerful defense aircraft 2013


Construction UX design and website that promoted electrical heating solutions for B2B and B2C audiences 2013


Professional Services Photographic UX website development for one of the UK's leading contact centres 2013

Digital Shadows

Cybersecurity Brand identity and UX for their its complex SearchLight cybersecurity alert portal 2013


B2C & Retail Large scale UX audit, data-driven redesign of the leading removal trucks provider with millions of active users 2013

Avenue Imperial

B2C & Retail 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


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


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

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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