Headscape has always placed importance on understanding the character of the organisations we work with to ensure the websites we build fit closely with their branding and deliver exactly the right impression to users.
The British Lung Foundation (BLF) provides a vital service to tens of thousands of people with lung conditions. Its new website is helping BLF to do that more effectively than ever and it is making it easier for supporters to help in dozens of different ways.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.