Better digital experiences — designed with people
We upped our human-centred design to create accessible, useful digital experiences for people. One example included working with some amazing students to design a toolkit for school leavers. This project, funded by the Ministry of Education (MoE), provides students with a toolkit of essential life skills — from housing rights to mental health.
We created websites and applications that were visual, interactive, and on brand — Klim was a great example of this. We redesigned Klim’s website and established a strong and recognisable site among digital type foundries.
During our research we discovered that designers liked to review and test full character sets before making a decision to purchase. Our work incorporated these findings and the outcome was an elegant and effective browsing experience for designers that, upon release, also received international recognition from our industry peers.
A masterclass in considered interaction design, usefulness, and inspiration.
It’s been a busy year and this 2019 recap is only the tip of the iceberg. In 2020 we will continue to explore how we, as a business and as people, can contribute to a better future by:
- driving change through the organisations we align with, the work we do, and the causes we support.
- being role models and showing that businesses can be profitable and also do good.
- establishing better ways to measure impact as a business.
We've got some exciting news to share over the next month too, but for now — here's to another year, and a new decade, of making the things that matter, better.
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