We are always asking questions, testing assumptions and trying new approaches. That way, everything we make is hard-working and fit for purpose.
We love to create things that have a positive impact on society. We call it solving a problem with a purpose.
We want to work in partnership with you. From the outset, we hold workshops and carry out user research to fully understand your world before suggesting answers.
Our content is now beautifully presented, easy to understand and offers an intuitive user journey to donate or find out more. Despite a tight deadline the team delivered exactly what we hoped for and made the entire experience a pleasure to be involved in.
Our collaborative approach – starting projects with workshops, interviews and research – uncovers insights into what makes you and your audience tick.
Working with key stakeholders, we help differentiate yourself from your competitors and engage your key audiences.
We design across all channels, developing great ideas that resonate with your audience no matter where they are.
Chris has worked in the advertising and design industry for over 25 years. He started his career at Saatchi & Saatchi moving to multi-discipline agency Imagination. He has worked on branding and digital projects for clients such as University of Oxford, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, Cancer Research UK and Sainsbury’s Trust as well as our own digital products. Chris heads up the account side of the company and is a founding partner of William Joseph.
Stéphane started his career at Wilson Harvey before moving to Imagination where he worked with Chris for five years prior to establishing William Joseph. He has guided design and digital projects for clients such as University of Oxford, Cancer Research UK, Virgin Media, Media Trust, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home and Drinkaware. Stéphane heads up the creative team and is a founding partner of William Joseph.
Before joining William Joseph, James led the digital team at Cancer Research UK, the UK’s largest charity. There and in his previous roles at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home and Variety he was responsible for the development of digital products that met user needs and drove business value, through his experience across Digital Marketing, UX, Analytics, SEO, Content Strategy, Development and Solutions Architecture.
Ellie has worked across the third sector, leading digital transformation and digital products at some of the most respected charities in the UK, including Cancer Research UK, Kids and the Royal Institute of British Architects. Ellie has a valuable mix of knowledge: from best-in-class digital techniques to the delivery of large scale change programmes which help organisations realise their potential digitally.
During her time as Content Strategy Lead at Cancer Research UK, Nic made the case for and drove the Masthead Information Architecture (MIA) project. This formed the very basis of CRUK’s digital transformation. It was the project which led CRUK to adopt a hub and spoke model in order to drive digital maturity through the whole charity. More recently she’s honed her content strategy practice at Autistica across their website, research network and mobile app. She’s adept at working with senior stakeholders to generate buy-in and excitement.
Rania is driven by curiosity, collaboration and the desire to do good. Her interest in human behaviour, data analysis and worthy causes has placed her as a student consultant at Queen Mary University, an intern at the Museum of the Home, where she still volunteers in her free time, and a director on the board of social enterprise Collaborative Future.
Dan’s work is driven by typography, and an eye for structure and layout. He has worked on design and branding projects for clients including The Photographers’ Gallery, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, University of Oxford, Brighton University and Banque de Luxembourg.
Ed has a very ideas-driven approach to his work which has been recognised by D&AD, DBA and the RCA’s Inclusive Design Centre. He has worked with clients including National Trust, WWF, Young Minds and The Canal & River Trust. Ed has also been responsible for digital work that spans multiple markets including Europe, South America and the Baltics.
Joe originally trained as a graphic designer. For over a decade he has been building apps, websites and prototypes for clients including ABRSM, KTN, Croydon Council, and Harvard University Press, often as lead developer. He has also taught programming to illustration students at Central Saint Martins. His design background, combined with long-term programming experience and an understanding of web technologies enable him to manage complex web projects and apps through every stage of the development process.
Frank ensures that all our websites are built using the latest technology and follow our designs to the pixel. He has worked on projects for Sainsbury’s Trust, The British Library and DCD Media.
Mani has over 10 years of graphic design experience, working with a range of clients including Samsung and Sony. He switched to web development a few years back, and is now fully committed producing digital products with elaborate visual components. He enjoys applying his graphic design expertise to enhancing user experience.
Adam has 20 years experience producing innovative and award winning digital propositions. He has a long history of successfully fusing design and cutting-edge technology into audience centred experiences, winning a stack of awards, including BAFTA and D&AD, along the way. He has produced and consulted on mobile and tablet apps for a range of clients, including NET-A-PORTER, Mulberry, Debenhams, Harrods & Blackwell’s Bookshops.
Lucy has been helping companies to communicate with a wide range of audiences for more than 20 years; during that time, her writing has appeared in print, on screen and online in the name of clients including Orange, BBC Online, Virgin Mobile and Barclays Bank. Before becoming a full time writer, Lucy spent seven years with brand experience specialists Imagination.
Justin Hopper has 20 years’ experience as a journalist, editor and copywriter. Since moving to the UK in 2012, Hopper, a dual US/UK citizen, has applied his editorial eye and feature-writer’s prose style to topics ranging from self-driving cars, to cancer research, to high street regeneration. He specialises in helping both companies and not-for-profit organisations make their complex stories accessible and relevant to the general reader.