We create design solutions that encourage behaviour change by advancing communication in science, healthcare and education. Our outcomes are aimed at improving understanding and awareness by both lay audiences and subject specialists.
We formed in 2011 in response to our growing awareness of the lack of design (as distinct from art) applied to science communities.
How we work
We follow a user-led approach to design.
We advocate co-design as a method of working, inviting both clients and end users to participate in the process to ensure outcomes that are relevant, applicable and apt.
We help define the brief, identifying what needs to be designed before starting the process of actually designing it.
Who we work with
Cheltenham Science Festival
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Institution of Environmental Sciences
Kings College London
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Royal Free Hospital, London
The British Library
University of Cambridge
University College London
UCL Institute of Immunity and Transplantation
UCL Dept of Medical Physics and Bioengineering
University College London Hospitals NHS Trust
University of Oxford
University of Reading
University of St Andrews
We The Curious, Bristol
Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication