Lewisham College



Working with Lewisham College, we redesigned their site. When they became LeSoCo, we helped create their new digital brand assets.


A network of activity

A college is never a singular brand, it’s a network of activity – a vibrant hub. When we began working with Lewisham College, we felt it was vital that we involved staff and students in the experience. We wanted to create a site that lived and breathed the college’s spirit.



Collaborating with staff & students

The first thing we did was spend two days at the college interviewing staff and students to identify the best approach to take for the new site. It was a really enlightening experience. Students and staff alike were unanimous in their agreement that the vibrant spirit of the college must be communicated in the new site.



Not just a site, a vibrant community

Having taken on their comments and wishes we conceived a site that would be focused around visitors’ (potential students, their parents and their schools) end-goals. We also designed-in community features including integrating with Flickr and YouTube for live feeds of student-created content. We created a new Social Network too; designed to help encourage student and teachers to build on the culture of promoting student work online by creating a space where they could display, and interact with it.


Big numbers

A doddle to use

The end result was a site that was a doddle to navigate (even with disabilities or language challenges - many students' first language is not English) and communicates the vibrancy of the college. On top of this, it helped students promote their work too.

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LeSoCo Rebrand

Brand evolution

Two years after having successfully completed the initial site design for Lewisham College, we were invited back to support the College’s re-branding to LeSoCo. As part of this exercise, we completely overhauled the site with a new look & feel.

If you’d like to talk to us about collaboration or website design, we’d love to hear from you