Our Work

We’ve delivered results for these
incredible clients recently

The Royal Society of Edinburgh

We were honoured to be asked to help breathe new life into an 18th century institution, and took on the creative and technical challenges with pride. Read more »

Chiene + Tait LLP

Following a competitive tender process, we initially hired Design33 to help us to redesign our website, but found that the team delivered much more than that. We particularly liked that they challenged us to make sure that the website matched our wider marketing activities and met the needs of our clients via a Discovery phase. As a result of the website relaunch, not only have we received amazing feedback from our clients, but our SEO has significantly improved meaning we have won a number of new clients, and our current clients are more engaged with our work. Overall the project came in on budget and exceeded our expectations.

Kerry Manton, Marketing Manager

Kids Kalendar

We helped to create a hub for parents in Edinburgh to find all sorts of things to do with their kids. The site is fully responsive and deals with a number of recurring events at scale. Visit site »

Nutritious Lolly

Design33 are fantastic from start to finish! They are creative and technical and have designed and built a fantastic website for Nutritious Lolly. It is without hesitation that I highly recommend them. They will grasp a clear understanding of your business to create the perfect site for you including branding, written content, technical support and an all round brilliant service. I would not shop anywhere else for a truly bespoke and user friendly website where the user has the ultimate experience.

Lolly Cunningham

OceanJ

Design33 created and built a new website for OceanJ. Their experience and professionalism was outstanding. Ross, Jason and Sheree couldn't have been more helpful and understood the project extremely well. They are always on hand to help with any queries and never too busy to help. I cannot recommend Design33 enough for web development.

Gail McKill