make better happen
We’ve been making better happen for individuals, communities and organisations since 1999. Operating around the UK, our team of over 40 full-time expert practitioners work through our people-shaped approach - Insight, Co-create and Engage - to create positive and sustained behaviour change.
behaviour change specialists...
on a mission to help co-create a well, confident and self-reliant society.
Skillfully blending the art and science of human-centred design & innovation through the three domains of...
insight co-create engage
Using action research, service & experience design, behavioural economics, systems thinking, communications & engagement to co-create...
change with heart
Hannah is a highly creative, innovative and driven graphic designer who is passionate about generating, exploring and developing ideas. She has a keen eye for design and believes that her courage and ability to push boundaries leads her to unique solutions. Hannah has a wide range of well-developed interpersonal skills, such as strong communication and collaboration, which have allowed her to be a proactive team player, as well as having the initiative to work independently and to tight deadlines. As a result, she has gained a high understanding of client and consumer needs in order to make design decisions, helping her produce the highest quality of work.
Hannah has worked on campaign development for Home Group, brand identity and concept development for Home Group South and digital site design and branding for Eli Lilly. Hannah played an integral part in the idea generation for Camden & Islington Council’s Get LIVER SMART campaign and is able to reach consumers effectively thanks to her thorough understanding of the requirements needed to target the appropriate audience. Hannah was also heavily involved in the app design and art direction for Puffell. She likes to become an expert in each project by allowing insights to lead the design process. She is acutely aware that a thorough understanding of the consumer enables her to target them more effectively.