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Reading Room continues its award success with its Blog design for Taste the Glenlivet, achieving top marks in the recent Interactive Media Awards, one of only 9 sites to ever achieve a perfect score!
Reading Room’s Asia-Pacific expansion continues with a new Melbourne office
Reading Room is gearing up for a charity extravaganza this summer in support of UK charity Help for Heroes and is hoping to raise over £2,500 in support of wounded servicemen and women.
Supporting Men’s Health Week (11-17 June 2012), international digital consultancy Reading Room is launching a 48 hour Mobile Hack to create a mobile web app from scratch. The challenge is to design an easy way for charity Prostate Action to help men monitor their health to diagnose Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH).
Reading Room is proud to announce it has been recognised as a global Top 10 Agency of the Year by the Interactive Media Awards, the only privately owned, international agency to make the list.
Reading Room’s Mobile Makeover Month got off to a great start yesterday. Over 20 guests joined the Reading Room team over tea, coffee and bacon sandwiches to learn about the practical ways to enhance their mobile strategy.
Our work for Philips Healthcare ASEAN has won the Creative Ideas section at last night's Marketing Magazine awards ceremony for Best Idea – Web Design.
Reading Room have successfully delivered a new procurement portal in record time for Government Procurement Service, - http://gps.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/.
To coincide with Parkinson’s Awareness Week (16 – 22 April 2012), digital consultancy Reading Room have worked with Parkinson’s UK to develop a campaign site using the microblogging platform Tumblr, where users can share messages about what a cure would mean to them, helping to raise awareness of just how urgent it is to find a cure for the disease.