Logo Design / Website Design / UX and UI / Animation
An Arts and Humanities Research Council-funded collaboration between the Runnymede Trust and academics based at the universities of Cambridge and Manchester. The website presents the often untold stories of the generations of migrants who came to and shaped the British Isles.
Responsive, mobile first design concept.
Period overview video documentaries.
We came with a huge brief for an educational website and only a few weeks until our launch date. Over emails, in person, and on calls they were never anything other than upbeat and insightful and the site they designed is better than any we could have hoped for. It was a real pleasure working with them. If you have the chance, I’m sure you’ll say the same.
Dr Malachi McIntosh, Lecturer in Postcolonial and Related Literature, University of Cambridge.
Cleary defined century sections, with an easy to navigate timeline.
Filterable teacher resources.
UI icon design.
Logo concept illustrates the movement of people to and within the British Isle, it’s diversity people that make Britain. The colours replicate the historical periods of migration represented throughout the website.