Rebranding an international arts centre
Since 2014, we’ve worked exclusively with organisations doing good. We haven’t got time to write case studies for them all.
Creation of a fast and responsive website to meet the needs of domestic and international students looking to study business in the UK.
The Open Data Institute commissioned Kind to collaborate in creating two online guidebooks to support organisations and projects that have limited experience with the development of open standards and need support to understand how best to approach the subject.
NTU commissioned us to run a web discovery project looking at how their primary website should be structured to be more relevant to the needs of the University’s external and internal audiences, while still reflecting NTU strategy, key messages and unique position.
Kind were appointed digital partners for a renewable energy research institute, creating a variety of tools and a website to communicate complex issues to the ETI’s stakeholders and preserving the legacy of that important work after the organisation’s closure.
A redesign of an employee intranet and a design system to enable staff to access a variety of information to enable them to do their best research work for the institute and to share diverse learnings with colleagues.
We delivered a clean and modern editorial website for Nest HQ, built on Nuxt.
A bespoke website design and Spektrix ticketing integration for Liverpool’s newest music venue aiming to bring orchestral music to the masses.
We were asked by OWSLA to put together a proof of concept web application that allowed content producers to browse, download and license their entire back catalogue.
A new website and identity for our client who needed to appeal to future students, scientists, and researchers who wanted to make a difference to plant production.