Choosing technology, digitising processes, changing culture, setting strategy and relationships with digital.
Expert advice and recommendations - whether around individual projects or particular need, or providing wider guidance.
All of our projects aimed to leave people with new skills, but we also provided specific one-on-one training, coaching, and workshops.
We originally focused on discovery and planning for websites - uncovering user and business needs, potential opportunities, and what these meant for design and technology selection.
Since then, whilst planning websites was still something that people needed, we found our most successful projects focused on looking beyond the browser, as a driver for more fundamental transformation and benefits.
We looked beyond just websites, and instead took a holistic view of working with the web to help make meaningful change happen for the people we worked with — whether across systems and products, processes, strategy, or culture.
We were an independent, technology agnostic, embedded partner who could understand specific situations as well as helping to give recommendations and skills to transform how you work.
What does this mean in practice? Here are some examples of the clients we worked with.
Helping Manor Racing’s F1 team to look for the ‘digital gaps’ within their Ops process
Defining standards, and providing ongoing digital transformation consultancy to the RNLI
Recommendations around online applications and digitising enrolments for Henley College Coventry
Expert reviews for Inghams and Ski Total, setting strategy, defining process, interviewing staff
Alfonso FerrandezCTO, Manor Racing F1 Team