We can help you to achieve all of your business objectives online - from raising awareness to generating income. That's because we're a full service digital consultancy as skilled at shimmering creative and dreamy design as we are at leading-edge technology. Informing these skills is sound strategic business sense and industry-leading expertise in usability. It's why we offer a fantastic return on investment to all our clients. Look here to see recent examples of what we've achieved for hundreds of clients - while having a great time too.

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Case studies

Ministry of Defence

We worked with the Ministry of Defence to create The Interactive Operating Model platform – an internal resource for the MoD which showcases the structure of the organisation. Staff can view how the department operates from top government level down to its operational support staff. This highly effective user centric digital solution was delivered within the tightest of time frames.

Mind Gym

Mind Gym wanted a website that would blow other management consultancies out of the water by finding a dynamic and user friendly way for customers to browse their large product portfolio. We came up with a slick, revolutionary interface panel that would be a testament to the cutting edge work undertaken by Mind Gym. Working with their new hexagonal brand identity, we also sought to design a site that breaks the conformities of a straight line Homepage grid. The site was a Silver Winner in the 2013 international W3 Awards.

Met Office

The ‘Get Ready for the Great British Summer’ campaign site was based around the many different types of activity popular in the unpredictable UK summer weather. Developed to prototype stage by Reading Room and built by the Met Office in-house development team, the site was designed to be more fun and interactive than the main Met Office site.

London Business School

As part of an organisation-wide re-branding and digital transformation programme, London Business School (LBS) worked with Reading Room to develop a strategic framework for social media engagement. Our primary objectives were to help develop the capability to showcase their world-class thinking and attract students by growing their audience and engaging in dialogue with alumni and the wider business community. Ultimately, their vision is to “have a profound impact on the way the world does business” and a comprehensive social media portal can play a pivotal part in achieving that goal.

Healthy Schools London

Funded by the Greater London Authority, this Healthy Schools London site is focused on the health and wellbeing of London’s children.  We developed a website that delivers rich and engaging content to a broad audience, acting as a resource hub for schools to access information and to share best practice, experience and knowledge. The site inspires its audience to tackle childhood obesity by understanding ways to encourage healthy eating and physical activity, to ultimately improve the emotional health and wellbeing of children and young people. Furthermore, the updated web presence allows schools to sign up, receive tips, and apply for bronze, silver and gold level status through a nationally recognised accreditation system.

Friends of the Elderly

Since Reading Room were appointed to completely transform the digital presence of Friends of the Elderly in 2011, we have undertaken a number of ongoing enhancement projects to meet the changing needs of the organisation and promote their campaigns online. This included a homepage rejuvenation, and new designs for the Support Us and Fundraise for Us sections to support a new drive for donation and fundraising.  Such was the ROI, these pages attracted the first ever corporate sponsorship enquiry through the website the day after launch. By combining a flexible and customisable platform with a little creative thinking, Reading Room have been able to provide ongoing support and continual improvement on a limited budget, with amazing results.

The Cystic Fibrosis Trust

The Cystic Fibrosis Trust (CFT) is the United Kingdom’s only national charity dedicated to all aspects of cystic fibrosis (CF) and a public reference source for all information relating to CF. We worked with the charity to give their site a complete restoration, aligned with their new brand. Our solution included a full CRM and payment integration, which allows users to donate to the trust within the site. We also constructed a revamped forum, and an identification drop down for efficiency and ease of use – all creating a seamless, personalised user journey into the heart of the issue.

Youth United

GIVE TIME LEARN is a platform created for Youth United by Reading Room as a springboard for youth organisations to gain additional volunteers as a network rather than an individual organisation. Time is the most precious commodity and volunteering takes time to get involved with and has the stigma of doing something for nothing. This is rarely the case; with GIVE TIME LEARN the emphasis is on participants getting involved, making it all worthwhile by learning transferable skills in the process. The campaign was set up to engage adults in volunteering across a wide range of national youth organisations. Rather than contact each group individually GIVE TIME LEARN makes it easy. Register once, choosing organisations you are interested in, and they get in touch with opportunities in your area to get involved immediately.

Clarence House

Clarence House required a complete redesign of the official web presence for The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, which also encompasses sub sites for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry. Clarence House were looking to develop a site that was more modern in editorial presence and design, had a more impactful use of imagery and video, and made effective use of existing social media channels. The aim was to have a site with fewer updates with more simple and engaging content, and more interactivity with users.