Marcus Lillington

Consultant / Business Development Director

Twitter:
@marcus67

Way back in the late eighties Marcus was in a pop band called Breathe. But, with such things inevitably coming to an end, he was obliged to find alternative employment. This led to meeting Chris and Paul while working at a dot com in the late nineties. In 2002 they combined forces to form Headscape.

What do you do at Headscape?

My time is split into two distinct roles. Firstly, I respond to requests for work by writing proposals and attending pitches. I also do a lot of consultancy work for Headscape including business analysis, information architecture, UX design and content strategy. I’m often seen encouraging and cajoling people in workshops.

What has been your favourite project to work on and why?

It would have to the Dickstein Shapiro project mainly because of the level of detail we got into. Helping to write their web governance documentation, that included things such as content and design style guides as well as documentation on roles and responsibilities, was a very real but rewarding challenge.
Marcus Lillington

What else have you worked on?

Headscape

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