Web, UI and Interaction Design in Glasgow

Working with clients to create compelling stories online — exploring ideas, technology + design through strategic, ethical + sustainable practice.

Mobile-First Visual Design

Visual Identity for US Education Services Provider

Client: Cambridge Education LLC

Since 2007, Cambridge Education’s Survey Services team has worked to design and deliver high-quality student and teacher survey programs. This has included working with dozens of states and districts to test data collection methods and understand how to design and manage the most effective programs.

We worked with the Boston based product team to create a mobile-first marketing site, which would help promote the key services and values of the Cambridge Education business in the US.

Project Principles

There were a number of core principles we used a starting point for considering the best direction for the site, including design and business positioning within the market. In broad terms these were;

  • — Keep content messaging clear, honest and easy to digest.
  • — Maintain a link a wider corporate identity, while aiming to offer a distinct visual presence.
  • — Continue to focus on market needs, not what competitors are doing.
  • — Help move the business focus to a place where design is seen as a valuable and essential part.


  • + Research and Wire-framing
  • + UI Design
  • + Prototype Front-end templates
Visual Design + Responsive Prototyping

Helping EasyLet Insurance simplify their online insurance offering

Client: Brokers Direct

Ever thought insurance was boring? Well Ashley Baxter at Brokers Direct is on a mission to change all that. We were asked to wireframe and design a stylish, but simple to use interface for the new Easylet Landlord insurance responsive site.

We worked with Ashley to design and build the front-end of the App which had been in the initial build stage using RoR.

Check out Ashley's current business project and blog for more info about her — Insurance by Jack


  • + Research and Wire-framing
  • + UI Design
  • + Prototype Front-end templates
Look + Feel Design Concepts

University of Stirling

Client: Dementia Services Development Trust

The Dementia Services Development Trust is a charity administered by trustees independent of both Dementia Services Development Centre and University of Stirling. It exists to extend and improve services for people with dementia and their carers.

The Trust funds a wide range of Architecture, Design and Technology projects, along with training and education programmes, publications and events throughout the UK and Internationally.

We were asked by the trust to produce a simple look and feel concept for a new site, that would help the trust begin developing it's own personality and identity online.


  • + UI Design
Login + Client Account Data Screens

iOS App Design for IT Consultancy

Client: Release Dynamics

Release Dynamics are a small UK based IT consultancy, delivering project management, systems development and experienced consultants to a wide range of large UK based organisations.

The business had been initially planning to develop an online identity and corporate website, but had made a business case to develop an iOS app to enable customers to manage and access their accounts.

We were asked to help develop a new identity for Release Dynamics and work with team on the first phase UI design prototypes for an iOS app.


  • + Competitor Research
  • + Interaction Design
  • + UI / Visual Design
Visual Design + Identity Development

This is Level Up!

Client: Level Up Ltd

Level Up are a small Web technology studio based in Glasgow. We were asked to help refresh the logo and re-design the site.

We worked closely with the Level Up team to create a refined logo, which tipped its hat to the style and palette of their existing logo. We then developed a strong single page design that effectively segmented service areas, showcasing the talents of Level Up as a great Glasgow agency.


  • + Roughs + Wire-framing
  • + UI Design

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