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  1. Twizoo will help you find great burgers.


    The team at Twizoo wanted some extra code-muscle to get ready for their launch at the end of June. We lent them the closest thing we had to trendy, hipster coder by sending Peter down to Shoreditch to help.

  2. Redesigning the UK's most trusted way to find tradespeople


    The result is a distraction-free design, reducing the high volumes of information and ‘noise’ on the old site. And, you can’t miss the search feature: it’s spotlit and waiting to help you find a tradesperson you can trust.

  3. Case Study - University of Cambridge Accommodation Service


    Turning an existing website into a responsive website – one that works on different-sized screens like smartphones and tablets – always takes more than a lick of paint. It’s more of a rebuild than a rearrange.

  4. Forgiving Leverage


    You've got nowhere to hide. There is no room for hedging. The zombie remains of aphorisms that died of embarrassment are called platitudes.

  5. Talking stats and playing parlour games about manure


    The Office for National Statistics invited Zach to talk about content strategy.

  6. Checkatrade Application Application


    The app runs on Checkatrade’s fleet of Android tablets, and membership application interviews are now completed throug it. It uses the tablet’s built-in camera to capture an image of any documents, IDs and certificates. All the information is written directly to the head office database – no more repeated data-entry!

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