We have a strong track record designing digital products for non-profit organisations and charities.
Working with Fruto was an absolute pleasure. The methodology they use, their expertise, openness and dedication helped to create the result that was very well received by all the stakeholders and the project team. They delivered ahead of schedule at a consistent pace and with full transparency.
Fruto really helped us move forward in our project. They helped us turn our requirements in to an attractive and user friendly design. Fruto were really flexible and responsive to feedback, and a pleasure to work with.
Premier Tennis' websites allow users across multiple counties to book coaching sessions and courts. They had several websites for each of their different services and locations and needed to redesign them and merge the multiple websites into one user interface template.
The Micro:bit Educational Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to inspire every child to create their best digital future, doing this through the BBC micro:bit. We redesigned their website to improve its user experience and usability, and designed their Class management tool which teachers use to run programming lessons.
The British Film Institute (BFI) needed a more efficient process of granting staff and students BFI Player subscriptions. The new UX design also delivers a leaner, less confusing and more straight-forward sign-up process for users
CABI approached Fruto to design the user interface (UI) for a new digital toolkit that would act as an agriculture app-discovery resource for agricultural service providers, farmers and others in the plant health system. Combining CABI’s own research with our knowledge of best practice, design principles and usability conventions, we were able to design a solution that was not only intuitive and cost-effective, but also sustainable and easy to maintain in the long run.