Choosing your featured projects

We work with a wide range of wonderful clients at Mud. When putting together the list of projects to feature on our website it means some projects that we’re extremely proud of don’t quite make the cut.

There’s also a number of projects we’ve delivered in partnership with other agencies that we wouldn't claim as our own, but are equally delighted with the end results.

Some of our own projects

We scoped, designed and developed a web application to help increase awareness and feedback on disabled access to businesses across the country for Me Included. We planned, designed, art directed, and built a website for the wonderful St Monica Trust. And we helped local engineering giants AB Dynamics refresh their web presence with a multi lingual, component led, content rich new website.

We helped Star Legal identify their point of difference and designed and built a website that stayed true to this brand promise. We developed a website and IOS app for Brook Food, a second hand bakery machinery specialist. And we created a website and online store for Fussels Fine Foods using the Craft CMS hooked up to the Shopify API.

We’ve also designed and developed detailed pattern libraries for i-escape and Easy Fundraising. We continue to work with Warminster School in developing their website that we first relaunched in 2014, and we developed an elegant website for interior architects and design specialists State of Craft, including a clever full page image gallery device.

Working with brand agencies as a design partner

We work with a number of renowned branding and design specialists as a digital design and development partner. This has included projects for Lifescaped with Studio Sutherl&, Further, Twine and Sharing Economy UK with Supple Studio, and Volition RX with Our Design Agency.

Working as a delivery partner

We also work with design agencies as a strategic, UX and development partner. We’ve completed numerous projects with Blast, including Assembly London and Assembly Bristol, Croxley Park and Queensway. We’ve also worked with Someone on various projects, including the website for Student Roost. And we worked with leading international editorial designer Mark Porter on a pattern library for Domus, the renowned architecture magazine.

We complete a lot of projects at Mud, some big and some small. While choosing which projects to feature on our site, we wanted to make sure we selected a mix that highlight both our creative and technical capabilities, but we’re equally proud of all of our projects, featured or otherwise!