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IE Digital works with charity, health and education clients up and down the UK, as well as internationally. Sometimes we work for large charities and universities that are household names, and sometimes we help small health and social care providers, colleges, or startups with big ambitions. If you’re a values-driven organisation with a challenge, then we’d love to add you to our list of clients!

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  • Bowel Research UK logo in grey, by IE Brand
    Bowel Research UK logo by IE Brand

    Brand photography for Bowel Research UK featuring families having fun at the park

    Born from the merger of two Bowel Research charities – Bowel Disease Research Foundation and Bowel & Cancer Research – Bowel Research UK is committed to radically changing the outlook for people living with bowel disease, through vital patient-centred research.

    IE worked with the charity throughout the process of stakeholder research, renaming and rebranding. The result is a bigger, stronger, united brand identity dedicated to ending bowel cancer and bowel disease. A new WordPress site provides a home for funding applications, donations, and information on bowel cancer and bowel disease.  

    Read the full renaming and rebranding case study for merged charity Bowel Research UK. 

    IE Brand has helped us to navigate the landscape of rebranding our charity. What has impressed me most is the continuity of care. From the bidding process to the reality of working with IE, there is absolutely no difference – IE make us feel like we are their top priority client. They are clearly very knowledgeable and skilful, and this comes through at every stage. They are undoubtedly bringing out the best in our charity and involving us at every step. They have helped us to negotiate some challenging internal conversations, providing support and options at every turn.

    Kathryn Pretzel-Shiels
    Board Member & Chair of Fundraising & Communications Committee
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  • Resuscitation Council UK new logo (grey)
    Resuscitation Council UK new logo

    New Resuscitation Council UK website shown on a desktop monitor

    Resuscitation Council UK is working towards a day when everyone in society has the skills they need to save a life.

    IE Digital rebranded the charity to become more public-facing and built a user-friendly new Drupal 8 website, to provide an intuitive user experience for healthcare professionals and the public alike.

    Explore the case study for the new Resuscitation Council UK website.

    Working in partnership with IE, we’ve been able to develop a new brand and website which really capture the ‘look and feel’ of who we want to be as an organisation. Visually, it looks great. The tone is welcoming and accessible, while maintaining the understated authority and clinical credibility which remain key to our reputation.

    An aged and clunky website has been replaced by one which is intuitive, user-friendly and accessible. IE has played a key role in driving our digital transformation, increasing our ability to engage and influence expert and public audiences alike.

    James Cant
    Chief Executive
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  • Young Lives vs Cancer logo in grey
    Young Lives vs Cancer logo

    CLIC Sargent community app on mobile phone

    Young Lives vs Cancer (formerly CLIC Sargent) is the UK’s leading cancer charity for children, young people and their families.

    Explore the full case study about the Young Lives vs Cancer community app. 

    We came to IE with a complex brief for our online community. IE focused on the essential principles, actualising this into an intuitive website that will help Young Lives vs Cancer build a vibrant space for 16 to 24-year-olds, who have, or have had cancer.

    Helen Thomas-Fox
    Senior Digital Manager, Young Lives vs Cancer
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  • British Psychological Society logo
    British Psychological Society logo

    Campaign image for the British Psychological Society's 'Cyber Psychology Network'

    The British Psychological Society acts as the representative body for psychology and psychologists in the UK. The charity is responsible for the promotion of excellence and ethical practice in the science, education, and application of the discipline. They support and enhance the development and application of psychology for the greater public good, setting high standards for research, education, and knowledge, and disseminating our knowledge to increase public awareness.

    IE has worked with the British Psychological Society on a number of campaigns and top-level consultancy projects. These include a comprehensive brand and digital audit, and a range of consultancy and campaign projects to explore the Society's membership offerings, as well building an online tool to help BPS members to navigate specialist member networks.

  • Legal Choices logo in grey
    Legal Choices logo

    Legal Choices website shown on three mobile phone screens

    Legal Choices offers consumer advice to help with decisions about legal issues and lawyers. IE Digital is working with legal regulators and consumer associations to develop the next generation Legal Choices website.

    Visit the Legal Choices site. 

  • University of Southampton logo in grey
    University of Southampton logo

    University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service CHOICE app shown on a mobile phone

    University of Southampton is a Russell Group University, ranked 8th in the UK for research intensity by the Research Excellence FrameworkWe worked with their audiology department, the Auditory Implant Service (AIS) to create CHOICE, a world-first application for the support and management of cochlear implant users. 

    There are more than 17,000 people using cochlear implants in the UK, and this number is rapidly growing. CHOICE allows patients to take care of their hearing health at home, reducing the need for regular in-person appointments at their cochlear implant centre, which could be hours away. Based on extensive research by the AIS team, IE Digital turned the CHOICE remote care service into an app, helping to deliver more accessible and equitable care, and more empowered and confident patients. 

    We also worked with the University of Southampton as part of the Southern Universities Network (SUN), to create the UniExplorer web app.

    It has been a pleasure to work with IE Digital and I have learned a tremendous amount. I first made contact with IE at the UK Health Show. I was impressed with their excitement about the project and we took it from there! IE’s experience with health care sealed the deal for me.

    The road to move an app from an idea to a tool used in the NHS has been challenging and exhilarating. IE have incorporated some of their ideas and have always listened to our ideas and thoughts … without bombarding us with tech speak. IE have been fully committed to the user experience and have always kept their sights on the ultimate end user: the NHS patient.

    Helen Cullington
    Clinical Scientist at the University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service and Project Lead
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  • New logo for UCCF: The Christian Unions designed by IE Brand
    New logo for UCCF: The Christian Unions designed by IE Brand

    The new UCCF website designed by IE Digital

    Christian Unions are student-led mission teams that operate at the heart of university and college campuses – students reaching students with the good news of Jesus. UCCF: The Christian Unions supports student leaders in this work.

    Having refreshed the charity's visual identity and logo, IE supported the in-house development of a new website. We delivered digital consultancy and created the overall user experience and user interface design for the site. We also developed an integrated, digital-first campaign to help UCCF reach out to their audiences in new ways, including their first social media advertising across Facebook and TikTok.

    Read the full case study on how we rebranded UCCF and created the campaign. 

  • University College Dublin crest (grey)
    University College Dublin crest

    New website for University College Dublin Careers Network

    Alongside a project to rebrand the Career Development Centre at University College Dublin, IE designed and developed a new website for the renamed Careers Network.

    IE Digital carried out consultancy and stakeholder workshops to define site objectives, map the user journeys, and plan the information architecture etc., designing the end-to-end user experience and front end user interface, which was then implemented in the university’s Terminal 4 CMS.

    Read more about the UCD Careers Network website.

    Having done all the strategic ground work in house to transform the Careers Network, we turned to IE to bring it all to life through our brand. They did a fantastic job of engaging and exciting the whole team and reminding us how great we are at what we do! They understood us, and exposed the value we deliver to our key audiences in an engaging and accessible way.

    "The new website guides students through the actions they can take and the help they need. We love the vibrant new visual identity, and the brand guidelines, templates and collateral have made the roll-out easy.

    David Foster
    Director, UCD Careers Network
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  • NHS logo (grey)
    NHS logo

    nurse  checking an intravenous drip in a hospital setting

    IE has worked extensively with the NHS and has a wealth of experience in the health sector. 

    We created the new brand for University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust, following the merger of two trusts.

    For NHS Brighton and Hove CCG we delivered a sector-leading, CMS driven web solution to provide an effective communications tool for both CCG members and patients/external stakeholders. Social media is built into the fabric of the highly searchable site and users are encouraged to rate and comment on resources.

    IE's other projects have included websites for Birmingham and Solihull NHS Care Trust, NHS West Midlands (WMQI and WMQRS), Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust; an intranet for Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust; Moodometer app for 2gether NHS Foundation Trust; and the website and brand for The Strategy Unit, part of NHS Midlands & Lancashire CSU. 

    IE has again created a really vibrant, attractive, user friendly, engaging web presence... a pleasure to work with... not just creatively and technically excellent but thoroughly professional and well planned.

    Steve Cribb
    Clinical Commissioning Champion, Brighton & Hove CCG
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  • Public Health England logo (grey)
    Public Health England logo

    Public Health England – health app endorsement system

    Public Health England (PHE) is an executive agency of the Department of Health, which exists to protect and improve the nation's health and wellbeing, and reduce health inequalities.

    Explore the full Public Health England case study.

    IE has distinguished itself from other G-Cloud suppliers through their positive, pragmatic approach. Their multi-disciplinary team embraced the challenge of a complex, strategically significant digital service project with multiple stakeholders, users and audiences.

    Diarmaid Crean
    Deputy Director, Digital
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  • Read Easy logo with icon representing two people looking at a book. In dark grey
    Read Easy logo with icon representing two people looking at a book. Colours are orange and navy blue.

    Read Easy UK home page shown on a laptop screen

    Read Easy UK is a national charity that recruits, trains and supports volunteer reading coaches. These coaches give one-to-one tuition to adults who struggle with reading – a hidden problem affecting millions of people.

    Read Easy was about to gain a significant PR boost, thanks to a charity appeal with Richard Madeley on BBC Radio 4. To capitalise on this, the charity needed a top-notch, accessible website to support its goals to increase donations and recruit volunteers.

    With the launch date set and a massive uptick in web traffic expected in the short term, testing and resilience were crucial. 

    Read the full Read Easy case study

    I am so proud of our new website, it looks absolutely fantastic! I’m overwhelmed by what everyone has achieved between them – both at IE Digital and the Read Easy team too. IE immediately understood our mission as a charity, and the significance of the Radio 4 appeal for us. They listened to what we needed and went above and beyond, taking every possible precaution to ensure a successful launch. Thank you so much to everyone involved. I couldn’t be more pleased!

    Ginny Williams-Ellis
    Chief Executive, Read Easy UK
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  • FPA Family Planning Association logo in grey
    FPA Family Planning Association logo

    Sexwise: Sexual health campaign brand for FPA featuring colourful collage illustrations

    Sexual health charity FPA needed a distinctive brand and a mobile-friendly website for its new campaign. IE Digital brought the campaign brand to life online, and created a user-friendly contraception comparison tool, to help people make informed decisions about fun, safe sex. 

    Explore the full case study about the Sexwise website. 

     

    We needed an agency to help us develop a sex-positive, digital-first new brand to get health information to the public. At the pitch, IE impressed us with their expertise, agile approach to digital and enthusiasm for the project.

    For the website, IE's digital consultants helped us to define the key user personas and their journeys. The content is clearly presented and easy to navigate, while the contraception comparison feature is a useful tool to help people make informed decisions about what’s right for them.

    We enjoyed working with the IE team and we're really delighted with the end result.

    Bekki Burbidge
    Deputy Chief Executive, FPA
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  • University of Nottingham logo
    University of Nottingham logo

    International student

    With campuses in the UK, China and Malaysia, the University of Nottingham is a truly global institution, providing innovative and engaging education and producing world-leading research. It was the first British university to establish a campus in Malaysia, in 2000, and the first foreign university to open a campus in China, in 2004.

    IE worked with the international recruitment team at the University of Nottingham to improve its online international student recruitment. We carried out quantitative and qualitative research into user needs – interviewing both international students and agents – and mined their Google Analytics data for insight. This led to the definition of user personas, and user journeys being recorded, re-shaped and iteratively optimised. IE's consultancy informed the work of Nottingham's in-house development team, who handled all information architecture and build changes.  We also provided user experience and creative design assets, generated within the strict confines of their CMS. 

    More recently we worked with the University of Nottingham again on the AgriFood Training Partnership website and brand

    IE led us through a clear, streamlined process to enable all stakeholders to develop and adhere to success criteria, with clear outputs to help support buy-in.

    International Recruitment Team
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  • Young Enterprise logo - YE in grey
    Young Enterprise logo - YE

    Young Enterprise new wordpress website by IE Digital

    Young Enterprise (YE) is the UK’s leading enterprise and financial education charity, reaching over 315,000 young people every year. They make the connection between school and the world of work by helping young people to build key skills. They merged with financial education charity pfeg (now Young Money) in 2014, continuing to operate two separate websites, before appointing IE Digital – a long-standing partner of both charities – to bring the two together.

    IE Digital developed a single, intuitive new website that would be more efficient for staff to maintain through a single CMS. It needed to feature improved user journeys for their key audiences of teachers/careers advisors (primary and secondary schools, colleges, universities etc.) and investors (e.g. corporates, major donors, trusts and ambassadors). Additional users to consider ranged from YE alumni and volunteers, to the media and Government stakeholders.

    Built in WordPress, the highly flexible site is based around a module-builder style functionality, to allow YE to create a wide variety of pages, while keeping everything consistently on brand. We followed a highly collaborative design process to take into account the specific needs of the client. The site integrates with ProgressCRM to facilitate subscriber-only access to lesson plans and CPD training materials for educators. Meanwhile, we introduced clearer calls to action and an intuitive donation path for investors, to improve conversion rates.

    The result is a modern, vibrant site to communicate the charity’s mission, work, overall impact, and individual success stories.

    Read more about the Young Enterprise website

  • Salvation Army logo (grey)
    Salvation Army logo

    Salvation Army in the community

    The Salvation Army is a church and charity providing services in the community to those who are vulnerable and marginalised. Motivated by its Christian faith it offers practical support and services in over 700 centres throughout the UK and Republic of Ireland to all who need them, regardless of ethnicity, religion, gender or sexual orientation. It seeks to influence social policy and practice in its fight for greater social justice.The Salvation Army is a global church and works in 130 countries around the world.

    The Salvation Army engaged IE on the high-level strategy and user experience challenge of digitising their various printed publications, and on the redesign of their School for In-Service Training and Development's online presence.

  • Locality logo in grey with strapline beneath "The power of community"
    Locality logo with strapline beneath "The power of community"

    Photo of a little boy sticking a drawing of a rainbow of a rainbow in the window of his house, something that became popular during the Covid-19 lockdowns

    Locality is the national membership network for community organisations in the UK. They support community organisations to be strong and successful so communities thrive.

    IE Digital conducted user research for the Locality website.