During our time as the longest serving digital design partner on the BBC’s UX&D roster we’ve collaborated with almost every part of their portfolio, supporting their mission to put digital at the heart of audience engagement.
The BBC has been a pioneer in its innovation and experimentation in the digital space and we’re proud to have worked together on a number of boundary-breaking projects over the years, some of which include —
Tackling climate change since the early 2000s through the virtual garden and reward system, Bloom — with artist, Daniel Brown.
Desert Island Discs
Building the BBC’s first digital archive with the iconic Desert Island Discs.
Taking sports to the small screen — the first ‘mobile Olympics’ in 2012 for BBC Sport.
Helping young people to connect with the Bard 400 years after his death through ShakespeareMe, an interactive app.
Digitising education with BBC Bitesize, one of the the organisation’s biggest and best-loved services.
Satisfying curious minds with the double Webby-winning interface, BBC Ideas.
Food and voice
Exploring the potential of voice technology in the kitchen with BBC Food.
Prototyping progressive ways to store and use data with the R&D team on BBC Box.