Some projects on which we have worked.


The Poor Law

Small Bills and Petty Finance 1700 to 1834

Parishes generated tens of thousands of receipts, or ‘vouchers’ listing the goods provided to the poor. The project's ambition is to collect information from over one hundred thousand vouchers, and use this to write over a thousand biographies of both the people who were in receipt of assistance and those involved in delivering goods and services to them.


Arts for Advocacy

Creative engagement with forced displacement in Morocco

AHRC and ESRC project, organised by Dr Mariangela Palladino and Dr Laura Jeffery, required a website for presenting the images and videos of artists and musicians. This project is current and ongoing.


Gifta Project

Website and content repository for ESRC-funded project

ESRC project ES/M002586/1, organised by Professor Sangeeta Khorana and Dr Maria Garcia, required a website and content management system to support a series of seminars that aimed to bring together researchers on the topic of free-trade agreements. The project needed a repository for published outputs, a source of news for the GIFTA network, as well as audio and video support and a reliable web presence. We supplied a full-service package comprising domain name, web development, and A/V services as well as five years of high-quality web hosting.


Visualising The Genome of Plasmodium

Dynamically-generated figures that show recombination in Plasmodium falciparum (3d7)

These figures were produced for Dr Catherine Merrick's lab as part of a project funded by UK Research Council grants MR/K000535/1 and MR/L008823/1. We designed a custom, data-driven diagramming tool to easily and clearly lay out the features and relationships of interest identified by work in the lab on a circular plot of the Plasmodium genome. Our tool exports high-res images and vector graphics suitable for direct submission as figures with the final manuscript.