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The European Centre for Environment and Human Health – The Centre for short – is a research centre in Truro, Cornwall conducting interdisciplinary research into the links between the environment and human health.
We were hired by The Centre to work on a simple redesign of their site as part of a rebranding exercise. We ended up broadening the work to build a beautiful site which is tailored to the needs of its users and is fully responsive so can be viewed across desktop, tablet, mobile and other devices.Read Case Study →
“Throw your preconceptions of web design and development out of the window; fffunction do it different and they do it better. fffunction didn’t just pay lip service to the user-centred approach, they lived and breathed it to ensure our site would allow users to quickly find what they want – and enjoy the journey.”
“Working with fffunction was a great experience. I’ve been building sites for years but learnt something new at every stage of the project.”
“We had already started to adopt an end-user led approach to our marketing but fffunction have taken this forward ten-fold with a truly user centric design aimed at optimising the customer journey.”
“fffunction have turned our brand around from ‘good enough’ to ‘best of breed’ with a clean, professional and creative new style.”
“fffunction have been a real asset to the development of our site and the research project that underpins it. Their ability to grasp the objectives quickly and translate that into a web product that would help us achieve our aims has been fantastic.”
“The front-end agency of the moment – an unstoppable force of vision and creativity. Working with fffunction has been super easy and very rewarding, simply a great team with a fantastic attitude.”