Websites

Accessible Websites

Engage your audience, every single person.

Open Source Technologies

We aim to use technologies that are open-source, interoperable (allowing them to scale easily), accessible, and sustainable. We specialise in web development using frameworks such as Wordpress, Laravel, Shopify and Craft.

Collaboration and Discovery

We always guide clients through a discovery phase that precedes our design work. Here, we will collaborate to create an ‘empathy map’ and nail down relevant ‘user journeys’ - these buzz words basically mean we’ll all confirm what the site needs to achieve, and for whom, before we start wireframing and building anything.

User-Centric Processes

Nothing can really be called inclusive if you haven’t tested the product at various stages with a diverse pool of users, collected the data and made amendments to the design as a result. Huxley has an exclusive pool of testing candidates that can match your user demographic.

Websites that respect your users

Universal design is the design of buildings, products or environments to make them accessible to all people, regardless of age, disability or other factors.

Websites that respect this principle should just work. Universal design ensures a UX that is intuitive and software that is invisible, receding into the background of your life and letting you focus on what you need to do.

With this principle as our design inspiration, Huxley are able to create websites that perform better, convert more business, run faster and are easier to use. Read how here.

Sign at the Darent Valley Landscape Partnership Offices

" Huxley is a well-managed and structured team, with the added benefit of being able to keep all aspects from planning and design to building the website, in house. A professional yet friendly approach made Huxley a pleasure to work with and a positive experience throughout. "

Jennifer Smith, Kent County Council

" Fantastic service and a website that far exceeded expectations. Highly recommended! "

Alastair Badman, Workhorse

Recent Web Development & Design projects

People standing and walking on stairs in London Underground station atrium

The National Infrastructure Commission

The new NIC website needed to ensure that content was accessible to all audiences, including policy-makers and press that needed to find the content most relevant to their needs as quickly as possible.

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The Fusion Hub symbols from the Find Fusion website for the City of London

The City of London: Find Fusion

Huxley created a standalone digital platform that acts as a one-stop-shop to the City’s Education, Cultural Learning and Skills portfolios. A Fusion Hub.

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