Designing digital tools to build big ideas
Electric Putty specialise in designing accessible, engaging and user friendly websites and applications for the charity and NGO sector. We are passionate about helping our clients make an impact.
We do work worth shouting about
We are our own toughest critics and won't rest until we've 'got it right'. Because of this we're very proud of all the things we've made.
A perfect example is a project we recently completed for the National Housing Federation. We were asked to create an engaging way to communicate the finding of their Home Truths report. We designed and build a fun, interactive quiz which tests users knowledge on their own neighborhood. Through a series of screens it reveal both local and national statistics and builds up a picture of the current housing situation.
“We were delighted to work with Electric Putty on our interactive Home Truths quiz. Electric Putty came up with a fun and engaging tool which was well designed and had a strong focus on creating a great user experience, with analytics so we can see how successful it’s been. From start to finish it was a great project working to tight deadlines and we wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them!”Sarah Rughoonundon, Digital Manager
National Housing Federation
We also build relationships
“Thank you for being so easy to work with, calm at all times, available to talk and explain and debate things - we couldn't have hoped for a better company to work with!”Nadine Woogara
Digital Manager, Ovarian Cancer Action
“Electric Putty were particularly brilliant at liaising with our IT team and CRM supplier, I wouldn’t hesitate to use them again in the future, and to recommend them to others”Helen Jefferey
Website Manager, National Housing Federation
“Their planning and scoping processes are flawless. They were a pleasure to work with and the new website was delivered on time, on budget and I am delighted with the result.”Steve Taylor
Head of Corporate Communications, CVQO
“From the very start they worked hard to get under the skin of our organisation, to understand our rather complex structures and to help translate those into an easy user experience for our website visitors”Melanie Bowran
Head of Marketing & Communications, Army Cadet Force