Much of our work is designed specifically for online delivery. Over the years we have built up considerable expertise in web design - both front and back end.
We enjoy crafting bespoke websites and applications for unique problems.
We’ve been working with the folks at A New Direction and Creative Intelligence Agency to work with young people to make digital artwork around the theme of Olympic Truce.
We’re also running the social media campaign for the project, which kicked off with the website launch. Graphic Design by Sunil Pawar of Slingshot London and web design by Garry Hill of Magnetised.
You can see some of the other collaborations between artists and young people at:
Soda created the website irrepressible.info for Amnesty International UK. The campaign aimed to raise awareness of internet censorship and the role of big businesses in helping repressive governments to control the flow of information to their people.
Soda worked with the Tate and British Council to produce Nahnou Together, which enabled young people in Damascus and London to exchange visual artworks that had cultural significance for them.
The Vision London website was set up in 2005 as an online space for young people, schools and creative practitioners to present and discuss the outcomes of partnership projects that considering personal journeys from 2005 to 2012.
A good example of our playful approach to design, the site is visually and dynamically arresting.