Bedales Spring Site Refresh

We've been working with Bedales for a number of years now, since we designed their latest website in 2013. Along with some other print and design work along the way, we also support Bedales with one of our web maintenance agreements that entitles them to development, support and maintenance. As part of this agreement, we were able to provide Bedales with a site design refresh as part of the build of a new site sections for Bedales Events.

Lancing College Engage with Oyster

We're super-excited to be working with the renowned Lancing College this year! We'll be supporting them across a range of project including providing a new website and reviewing their marketing proposition. We're looking forward to getting to know them much better, and understanding what makes them one of the most well known and successful independent schools on the South Coast.

Andover College Prospectus

We're delighted to present the new Andover prospectus freshly designed by the Oyster team. Oyster delivered a concept and design style for the prospectus as well as arranging custom print specification. We're thrilled with the result!

Watch our portfolio for full visuals soon...

World Child Cancer Website

We recently revealed the brand new World Child Cancer website! The new website is the outcome of a project with the WCC team to understand their audience groups and plan for their site visitors' needs. The new site is fully responsive and built to accessibility standards. A key aim for the site was to improve how the charity talks about its works and also to boost online support and donation.

You can read more about the new site here:

Museum Form

What the museum does, mission, brief history etc.
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Cohort User Form

“Inspiring a Culture of Philanthropy” Project

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Oyster Summer Outing 2016

The Oyster team travelled to Brighton to test their skills at some clay pigeon shooting and archery. As normal, things became competitive as the we divided into two teams to see who could get the most points. Anna's team took to shooting first with 30 rounds each aiming to smash as many clays as possible. Mike's team picked their bows for some archery with some warm up shots followed by as many points as they could get from 5 arrows.

Emsworth Slipper Sailing Club site goes live

We've been busy working with the Slipper Sailing Club to create a site to support the club and boost engagement with members. The site is highly interactive and full of all the information members need to get the most out of their club membership.

The events calendar is an important feature of the site, letting everyone know what is happening and when. Fixtures and results are streamed directly into the site making it a key point of reference for those taking part and spectating.