Publishing & education
We have a strong track record working with publishing and educational products, from global organisations to start ups.
We are really pleased with the work from Fruto on the project. High expectations exceeded I guess is the best way of putting it.
Fruto were flexible and very responsive to our needs in completely redeveloping our website and creating a new online teaching tool. They took us from initial testing user journeys right through to producing finished designs we could implement in our CMS.
Impressed by our experience in the publishing sector, Taylor & Francis first approached us looking for support with a UI Design project, but, this soon grew into a long-term partnership, covering a range of strategic and tactical initiatives across the organisation (including T&F sub-brands).
The British Film Institute (BFI) needed a more efficient process of granting staff and students BFI Player subscriptions. The new UX design also delivers a leaner, less confusing and more straight-forward sign-up process for users
The Micro:bit Educational Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to inspire every child to create their best digital future, doing this through the BBC micro:bit. We redesigned their website to improve its user experience and usability, and designed their Class management tool which teachers use to run programming lessons.
Design of a bespoke set of icons for the international academic publishing collaboration "Get Full Text Research (GetFTR)".
Classlist is a private social network app, with over 300k users, that allows parents from the same school to communicate with each other. The desktop and mobile apps aim to make the job of parenting easier and include functionalities such as class lists; lift share; group and private messaging and event management.