We’ve recently had the privilege of working with the Virgin Earth Challenge team on a new website for this hugely inspiring project. The Virgin Earth Challenge is a $25 million dollar prize for an economically sustainable way of removing carbon from the air. As people who are very concerned about the environment – this stuff really resonates.
We've had the privilege of working with Blue Sail, a successful tourism consultancy and strategic marketing agency, on a couple of really great projects. This year we've had the pleasure of working with them on the new Richard III visitor centre in Leicester.We were only too pleased when they asked us to build the new Blue Sail website for them recently.
The HomeOwners Alliance is a relatively new organisation championing, supporting and serving Britain’s 17 million homeowners and 5 million aspiring homeowners. HOA's chief executive, Paula Higgins, approached us in 2012 and asked us to build their website. We still feel really proud when we look back at this website and are so happy that Paula and her team use the site constantly. They are our model client when it comes to creating new, fresh and relevant content and we enjoy supporting them technically on an ongoing basis.
The Medical Research Council's Toxicology Unit required a new website that would be used by both internal and external audiences. This is the second website we have done for the Medical Research Council and it needed to have a distinct look and feel but one that would sit comfortably within the MRC's design identity.
We've done a lot of work with the excellent people at the University of Bath Innovation Centre - not least of all they host the monthly BathCamp meetups that we've been running for the last five years so we were delighted when they asked us to help them scope and deliver their new website for them.
We were asked by the University of Glasgow, on behalf of CRESH (Centre for Research on Environment, Society and Health) to help them find a way of expressing some of their research (and the questions their research has raised) on the web. This one one of our first bits of work as Thirty8 Digital and we loved working with a Bath-based animator to deliver this project.
The University of Leicester required a website which would detail their research about, and their re-creation of, some of the best and most important Tudor monuments in existence. Their project is truly amazing and is called Representing Re-formation.
One of the best things about working at the Science Museum in London was the amazingly talented, interesting and inspiring folk that we got to spend our days with. Some of those amazingly talented folk now work for KCA London, a partnership which creates ‘visitor experiences’ in museums, galleries and science centres around the world. We didn't need too much persuasion when Kate Cole asked us to develop KCA London’s new website.
Collective Encounters is a professional theatre company based in Liverpool which uses theatre as a tool for social change.From the moment we met their Executive Director, Annette Burghes, and looked at some of their wonderful photographs from rehearsals and performances, we knew we really wanted to work with them.
We were approached by the Medical Research Council and asked to quickly pull together a simple site for a new £25million project. The project, knows as the UK Regenerative Medicine Platform, will address the technical and scientific challenges associated with translating promising scientific discoveries in this area towards clinical impact.