Imperial Innovations approached Onespacemedia to completely overhaul its website and management systems. Responding to a complex brief we transformed Imperial Innovations digital presence, simplified access to information and resources for their various groups of stakeholders, and provided Imperial Innovations staff with a set of state-of-the-art tools to manage the website.
The University of Cambridge commissioned us to design a brand and website for The Hauser Forum, a state-of-the-art focal point for entrepreneurship in the East of England.
The first thing that struck us when we visited the Hauser Forum was its architecture. Oozing with modernism, the exterior of the building features a large terrace covered by a multi-coloured grid of sun-shaping blades. We took inspiration from this feature and based the site's design on it. Combined with a strong grid structure, clean typography and white space the finished product is a shining example of simple, modern website design.
The Hauser Forum includes a café, a seminar centre as well as offices for private companies. We needed to showcase the building's services in compelling and informative ways so we created single page environments that deliver strong visuals, summary information and calls to action.
End-to-end project management and delivery
We managed the entire project end-to-end including planning, photography and copywriting before designing and building the site. We packaged the whole thing up and delivered it to the University of Cambridge for hosting on their servers.
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