Why we love making websites for charities
We believe that business can have a positive impact upon society and the environment and we like working with people who feel the same.
We love the variety of requirements our clients bring us and we believe that our input has a measurable positive influence on the success of each organisation we work with. We also love the open source systems we use such as Drupal and CiviCRM.
Owen oversees branding and website design, and enjoys bringing design principles and powerful messaging together.
Andy manages the company and oversees client relationships. He’s run several other start-ups and charities, and is a qualified solicitor with an interest in social business and enterprise.
George has been making websites for sixteen years. As well as overseeing everything that comes out of the studio, he also works on strategy and project management.
Matt oversees the production of many of our projects, liaising between developers and designers and clients. He enjoys improving project processes, and is an active member of the CiviCRM community.
Mary is passionate about the power of digital technology to achieve social change, with a focus on storytelling and participatory design. She plans for the creation and delivery of content over a variety of platforms and recommends content strategies that meet client goals and deliver results.
Amy works with the design team to create websites and print products for our clients and she oversees the imagery for our blog.
Kellie oversees our administration, finances, personnel management, and facilitates the smooth running of our shared office space, the White Fuse Hub.
Chris works at the junction where design meets development, and uses code to make responsive websites that showcase content and meet user needs.
Jack is the latest addition to our team, having joined us in April this year to start his apprenticeship working towards a BTEC Level 3 qualification in IT, Software, Web & Telecoms.
Barney is a proper programmer and builds our sites with care and precision.