Digital Design & IT
Ecorys are at the forefront of digital design and development in the public sector. We offer our clients a multidisciplinary team of designers, developers and digital media experts with experience working across UK, Europe and international markets. We work closely with our clients to deliver services and products that are closely tailored to their needs. These services include:
The creative design team deliver a wide range of services and products including branding and visual identity, brochures, interactive PDFs and audiovisual materials. The team has expertise working across all types of media and are responsible for the creative artwork that supports our events, exhibitions and pan-European communication campaigns.
Our team of developers create websites that support our clients communication needs, aid research projects and facilitate shared learning. We design and develop tools such as blogs, forums and community platforms, with accessibility and usability in mind. Our developers have experience working with open source and proprietary software and designing sites that are responsive to mobiles devices.
Our systems development team bring together certified Microsoft developers, delivering bespoke online tools that improve data capture, streamline processes and provide real-time reporting features. Working with our policy and programme management experts, we deliver tailor-made bidding, assessment and monitoring portals, systems that process online payments and aid due diligence checks.
Social media and community management
We work with our clients to understand the social media landscape, assist them in using different channels effectively and manage their online communities. Our work in this area also includes evaluating organisations social media presence and developing content strategies for multi-lingual online networks.
We have the latest digital printers and finishing equipment in house offering us the flexibility to produce a wide range of top quality materials on demand. We only use paper from certified suppliers from the the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC).