Last but not least, our final launch of the week is for our favourite London gallery, the Serpentine. Designed as a companion experience for gallery visitors, our innovative mobile app provides users with exclusive contextual content about the artworks, as visitors work their way around the gallery.
Planned to coincide with this summer’s pavilion launch - it's a major first for the Serpentine and will soon be followed by a permanent in-gallery installation later this month - but you didn’t hear that from me right?
See the video on It's Nice That
That's Brexit sorted then. Great little interview with some of the AllofUs gang in last Saturday's Times, on how terrible this could be for the UK's brilliant design industry...
Finally, after what feels like an eternity of back-and-forth visa shenanigans with the Home Office, we can announce the arrival of Heather Eddy - our super-charged new User Experience Director.
There is an air of unprecedented excitement in the studio this week as we embark on a number of high-profile project launches. The first of which is the result of our latest collaboration with the Tony Blair Faith Foundation - where we helped them reimagine their online educational platform Generation Global. It has been a wonderfully rewarding project to work on, so we’re delighted to see it come to fruition.
The story is being picked up by this week’s design press - with a great Design Week article here.
Even better see for yourself by visiting Generation Global - we’d love to know what you think.
We are proud to announce our new permanent exhibit for the British Museum.
You can find it downstairs in the Enlightenment Galleries...
We apologise for the lack of updates to our website recently, but 2016 has got off to a flying start leaving us with little time to shout about what we’re up to.
We can’t reveal too much just yet, but shortly we’ll be announcing some amazing wins for Sainsbury’s, Google and the Serpentine Gallery, alongside two interesting new start-up projects - one of which being the first output from our newly formed incubator.
Oh and that’s not forgetting the launch of a major new addition to the British Museum and a groundbreaking mobile reading platform in the form of Oolipo that will be launching soon. Is that enough for you? No? Well how about two incredibly talented new additions to our senior management team to cap things off?
More information coming soon we promise.