The American Union Bank. The online experience that set-up Secret Cinema’s presentation of Miller’s Crossing. Audience members where given unique identities as business owners in the fictional town of Beaumont City. Not all was at it seemed at the bank, and some suspicious (some might say corrupt) cash flows seemed to appear in your account. You could also vote on the upcoming elections in the city… the results of which may or may not have been completely fixed.


This led to a real bank at the show, where Beaumont City residents can withdrawn their cash that can be very useful on the streets of Beaumont.


The site was designed by us, and developed by the splendid Mr James Tiplady.


The show itself was in Hornsey Town Hall, an amazing old Art Deco building near Crouch End.



A microsite to showcase Diesel’s new spring/summer 2012 collection of eyewear (or”sunglasses”). To fit with Diesel’s new more feminine high quality brand values we gave the site a very elegant and contemporary feel while still keep it as minimal and easy to browse as possible.  All the glasses for each gender as visible on one page, in all colour variations, to allow you to browse them all as if they were laid out in a store in front of you.





Y.CO are a SUPER (yes, uppercase super) yachting company. They wanted a new site that challenges the current perception of yachting companies, their competition sell themselves on the size of their yachts, how much they cost and how many they can offer you – It’s all product and no soul. It might sound clichéd but Y.CO really are passionate about yachting, so we decided to focus on the experience of yachting and the adventures Y.CO can make real. Y.CO sell holidays to you, your family and friends, not yachts.
The site is full of jaw dropping stories from customers and crew and the yachts themselves are presented with individual character. To reflect the quality and service we’ve wrapped this all up in a pretty cutting edge tech build to give these very elite customers an extremely rich and fluid experience full of some amazing full-screen photography. 





We created the brand and website for Dave, who prints T-shirts. A lovely fella.


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