National Insect Week is a biennial event organised by the Royal Entomological Society. For one week the spotlight is firmly placed on the ‘little things that run the world’.
For any established company, the creation of a website consistent with their brand identity is paramount. Frontier Economics is no exception, and our focus was placed on conveying the balance between professionalism, and a fun relaxed work ethic.
Headscape worked with National Parks UK on a new design for its flagship site. The brief for the new design was to create a design that reflects their strap line ‘Britain’s Breathing Spaces’. The site has just gone live and we think it is some of our best work.
We’re delighted to have helped Mental Health Foundation redesign and rebuild its website from scratch.
Not long ago Headscape launched the website of the Royal Hospital Chelsea (RHC). The RHC is better known as the home of the Chelsea Pensioners, a group of veterans who have served their country around the world.
Headscape worked with Curtin College to redesign and redevelop its website with a particular focus on ensuring users are guided to course information they’re looking for.
Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders is an international association of separate country-based organisations. Headscape and Boagworks were employed to help develop a new digital strategy for the organisation.
It is a grand claim, but with its statistics.blf.org.uk website the British Lung Foundation (BLF) has published what is probably the most comprehensive picture of lung disease in the UK ever produced.
Headscape has worked with Nestlé on a number of different consultancy, design and coding projects since 2010.
Headscape worked with women’s rights charity AWID to redesign and redevelop its website from scratch.
Academic publisher, Palgrave Macmillan, has a huge catalogue of books, ebooks, journals and other publications. Its old site had major usability issues and was extremely difficult to use on mobile devices.
Working with RAFBF was, and still is, particularly pleasing. We’re really pleased with the design and technical work we’ve done but, added to this, all the projects we’ve done together have run smoothly and have been delivered on time and on budget. Many thanks need to go to a savvy client who helped to make this happen.
Digital transformation is possible within any organisation. Our work with the University of Strathclyde demonstrates this. Strathclyde now has a clear strategy for their digital future and the means to deliver.
Headscape started working with U.S. law firm Dickstein Shapiro in 2011. What began as a simple site review has developed over time into a complete website redesign/build and an ongoing consultancy role as strategic digital advisors.
The new design for the Broads Authority employs great imagery in an uncluttered layout and an innovative approach to main navigation.
Like many sectors, universities have a habit of looking to their competition for inspiration. Unfortunately this means their websites are largely interchangeable, with every institution putting the same emphasis on rankings, research and facilities. UHI were different.
The greatest challenge for the redesign was to capture the history of the institution while still promoting that Glasgow is a modern, forward-thinking University.
Headscape worked with the RSPB to develop a new digital strategy for the organisation.
Working with Interxion’s in-house team, branding agency and EPiServer CMS development agency, Headscape conducted a programme of pre-production research, UX design, design testing and templates development.
The Bomber Command site sits within the main RAF Benevolent Fund website but uses a variant of the design to provide a level of individuality while remaining a part of the overarching brand styling.
We helped the people at Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service to redesign their website so that it better represents their brand and better serves their users.
Butterfly Conservation is the UK’s major campaigning organisation dedicated to the conservation of butterflies and moths. Butterfly Conservation is also the world’s largest research institute for butterflies and moths.
Insights helps companies perform better. Through personal profiling and analysis of team performance Insights helps to improve team effectiveness, leadership, sales performance, productivity, staff retention and how business respond to change.
US-based charity the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) have been very successful in achieving major environmental breakthroughs over the past four decades. Their focus is on global warming, oceans, ecosystems and human health.
Recently Headscape worked with Select DNA, in order to create a website promoting their innovative anti-theft products. The emphasis was on a simple, effective design which allowed for the impressive theft deterrent statistics to speak for themselves.
With over 10,000 participants posting more than 200,000 individual butterfly sightings on the Big Butterfly Count website, the count has provided incredibly valuable information on the changing distributions of different butterfly species.
Headscape worked with the Lake District National Park to create a dynamic new design to better support its brand and deliver it to multiple devices.
Following a review of Macmillan’s strategy and the English site by Headscape, we carried out a root and branch re-architecture and re-design of the site.
Driven by a significant growth in mobile usage of its site, BBSRC wanted to use the project as an opportunity to pilot a responsive design approach.
Headscape has worked with Venable LLP on two vastly different projects over the past year.
English Campus is a Learning Management System Product for non-English students in language schools across the world to learn and improve their English language skills.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach (BPB) is the most visited amusement park in the United Kingdom, and one of the top twenty most-visited amusement parks in the world.
Headscape are working with Rosalind Franklin University to help them adapt to the needs of todays digitally native students.
The Higher Education Policy Institute wanted to establish a platform to promote debate on pressing issues in the higher education sector.
Compiled in 1639 during the reign of Charles the 1st, the Great Parchment Book of the Honourable The Irish Society is a survey of the City of London’s estates in Ulster.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology wanted independent assistance in taking stock of its extensive digital estate.
Headscape has worked with Merck Animal Health (previously Netherlands based Intervet) on several projects since 2007.
The home of physics on the web, the Institute of Physics (IoP) called in Headscape to help review its digital estate and make digital strategy recommendations.
Faced with changes in health and safety legislation in 2013, St John Ambulance needed to update its online tools providing advice on health and safety requirements in businesses and organisations.
We worked with the University of Essex during 2012 on two projects: firstly, an in-depth research project followed by a UX design project.
We have worked with NATS (National Air Traffic Services) for many years on a number of different projects. The most recent being being the London Airspace Consultation website.
The University of St Mark and St John hired Headscape to develop a new vibrant visual design and deliver it as a suite of fully responsive templates.
The Sporting Cities website has been created by London Metropolitan Archives to stand as a lasting cultural legacy of the 2012 Olympic Games.
Faced with the challenge of helping Oxford University’s St John’s College to differentiate itself from other Oxford colleges, Headscape created a distinctive design and strong messaging to form the foundation of the new site.