Whether it be large international businesses or small companies closer to home, we're lucky to be able to work with some incredible clients from all corners of the world. Here's some of the stuff we've done.
Founded 50 years ago, Cruise Loch Ness is one of the most iconic tourism companies in Scotland. Offering scenic cruises, high speed boat rides, and private hire facilities, CLN needed a new website and fully integrated booking system that would help complement and grow their ever expanding business. Since launching the new site, online sales have more than double
Working in conjunction with Cityheart, an accommodation developer and administrator, we created an online booking platform for students attending the University of Highlands and Islands. Designed to allow students to easily book accommodation online for their entire first year of study, the site recently launched for UHI’s Fort William and Inverness locations.
A charity in Edinburgh, the Thistle Foundation supports people with disabilities and long term health conditions. With a large variety of services and ways of helping people on the offer, the new website was designed to be clean and clear, conveying a strong message of positive life change. Encouraging donations and ways to support the charity was also an important consideration of the new site.
activpayroll approached us looking to craft a new site that reflected their dominance in the global tax and payroll sector. The remit was simple; clearly explain key products and solutions, portray their personality and experience, and attract great new employees as the business continues to grow exponentially. We used the brand colour palette to create two distinct areas on site, developed a corporate look and feel, and laced the site with new product iconography and supporting imagery of each of their city-office locations.
With a dated, non-responsive site, OGN asked us to overhaul their digital presence and craft a site that truly portrayed the behemoth engineering and construction work they undertake. The building of wind farm transformer substations or single well gas platforms - in excess of 10,000 tonnes - is no mean feat. With a plethora of great construction photography and a strong brand palette the site design delineates two clear user journeys for visitors looking to discuss either of OGN’s two work sectors.
Working with WWF Scotland, we created a campaign microsite for their Scotland's Way Ahead project, an intiative devised to help tackle climate change. Bringing together a taskforce of tweleve organisations, users can help shape Scotland's future by liking their favourite project. This process will influence the projects WWF embark on in their journey to creating low carbon infrastructure for Scotland.
Supported by See Me, a charity that tackles mental health stigma and discrimination, Walk A Mile In My Shoes is the story of Chris Young, a sufferer of Borderline Personality Disorder, who set out to walk around the edge of the UK. Now campaigning to increase conversations about mental health by talking to others, Chris Young organises a national series of events that pairs up strangers as they walk together.
Exploring the final frontier by harnessing the power of satellite driven data, Astrosat tackle projects ranging from regional geology maps to global weather data. Utilising a combination of satellite communications, technology transfer through space, and observations of the Earth, Astrosat are at the forefront of the commercialisation of the space sector.
A charity that cares for and educates vulnerable children with complex needs, Seamab required a website to convey the compelling new brand created for them by StudioLR. Delicately intertwining their bold colours and Sea Changers, characters which illustrate the feelings that children at Seamab experience, the new website utilises an innovative dual scrolling technique to provide a modern and engaging user experience.
A large blue chip IT consultancy with over 20 years of experience, Waterstons’ had a wide remit for their new web site; attract new customers, explain their work and promote their company as a thought-leader in the field. Heavily interlinking their huge amount of content whilst utilising a strong colour palette and compelling illustrations allowed us to create a highly distinctive site, truly representative of their culture and experience.
SAMH approached us to help realise the digital embodiment of their latest charity campaign: a virtual velodrome of support, fronted by none other than Sir Chris Hoy. Working with their Stand Together brand, we designed and developed a microsite to promote the campaign, record support and encourage social sharing in order to increase event awareness and participation.
The Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution is a newly launched charity that offers mediation support and aims to reduce conflict within families. Acting as a portal to offer a range of advice and services to parents, carers, young people and professional mediators, the site heavily utilises video and illustration along with an open, vibrant design to engage and appeal to a large and varied audience.
The UK’s largest business park, Cobalt Park is a world-class location that houses world-class businesses and, as such, required an online presence that would reflect and amplify their industry leading status. Using a clean, clear, responsive design and focusing on a strong business message, the new Cobalt web site was crafted to convey both the corporate and emotional benefits it offers to a target audience of international blue chip companies.
Competa is one of The Netherlands leading IT businesses and the world’s First Trade accredited software company. Working with the likes of Shell, ING and KLM, Competa approached us to help design and build a new, minimal, clear and responsive web site that would present a modern, streamlined message. The result was a simple one page site that speaks volumes through its confidence and clarity.
A new business startup, Findr allows agencies, organisations and individuals to easily find and source professional photographers. Built on top of Google Maps and utilising our own in-house custom API components, Findr recently launched a beta version of their site to tremendous feedback.
After undergoing a brand refresh, AH required a new web site that would represent and reflect the step in the evolution of their company. With a pinch of personality to compliment a professional tone, the new site was designed to present an approachable, distinctive, and highly exacting accountancy firm.
An inspirational and highly regarded motivational speaking company, ToK came to us to translate their bold message into an engaging and unique web site. Ditching the clichéd approach of stock photography and laborious text, the new site packs a punch with a clean design, bold colours, bespoke iconography and heavy use of video to represent the vibrant nature of this exciting business.
Semantical, a visionary German software company, approach us to help them brand, design and launch their forthcoming app and backend web service. With the precise nature of their revolutionary software still kept under tight wraps, a teaser site was initially launched to help spark interest and titillate their audience. The complete site and product will be revealed soon.
Partly funded by Creative Scotland and Scottish Enterprise, this bold and enterprising start-up commissioned us to help them plan, design and develop their poetry based social network from the ground up. Following a strict agile approach with iterative developments rolled out over many months, we recently launched the PoetryZoo public beta with many new developments and features in the pipeline.
Working closely with Harviestoun Brewery, we devised a strategy to capture their increasing mobile audience and encourage more online sales by designing and developing a new fully responsive and cutting edge e-commerce site. Results have seen a tripling of online revenue and a staggering increase in user engagement.