wearegoat Ltd. Company No. 07908331 VAT GB248 3317 03
created. now — 2012
telling the story of a new co-creative agency focusing on sustainability
A promotional website that needed to entice the user to continue reading and understand the unique offering of the client. The idea was to clearly tell the client’s story and explain their services to a market that is new to these services.
building an interactive experience alongside a real world exhibition
An online exhibition that allowed users to interact with the objects in a way that they wouldn’t be able at the physical exhibitions. The purpose of the online exhibition was to give life to the objects after the travelling exhibition finished.
creating a dynamic and navigable directory for a literary foundation
An online directory created for the Maltese literary foundation. The directory was created to organise and showcase the works of local writers, publishers, translators, and editors. Designed in such a way to represent their cultural identity.
focusing on our senses to create a unique and captivating experience
Becky approaches any project with an enthusiasm and creative spark that can’t be templated or copied. We wanted to build a website that would encompass her character and give viewers a peak into her mind.
encouraging sign-ups to The Art Newspaper’s London Gallery Weekend coverage
The challenge on this project was creating a landing page that was captivating to use, but that didn’t pull focus away from its content, which is always the most important thing. We did this by breaking out of the formality of an existing system; creating a microsite that could be promoted separately and more widely.
experimenting with interactive layouts for imagined futures with Gucci
FARFETCH partnered with Gucci to create a set of experiences to showcase different collections. The direction of each chapter revolved around a specific topic — Utopian future worlds, fluidity, and accessibility.
building a subtly animated microsite to communicate sustainability trends
With around a month until Earth Day — the day they would launch the report — we had to come up with a central concept, experiment with functionality, work on structure and layout, build, and then test the microsite.