We are an integrated marketing and digital technology solutions company driving interaction of your business through engaging and smart solutions.
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We are experts in geospatial and map-driven community solutions delivered through our Forward Movement Platform, enabling smarter and more engaging interactions.
Our recent work with #GoParksLondon has been highlighted as one of the Best UK Charity Digital Campaigns of the Year 2018, and used the Forward Movement Platform to create the interactivity to maximise and deliver this campaign.
Forward Movement Platform (FMP), our proprietary solution, was inspired through the Mayor of London's (GLA) 'Active Travel' and 'Healthy Streets for London' initiatives. At its core, FMP encourages walking and discovery with a view to changing attitudes and behaviour to travel.
Recognising the important issues of having a healthier lifestyle and helping to make our environment greener, FMP aims to help people notice, explore and engage in their surroundings by using the best street routes possible.
FMP is a consumer-facing mobile application, backed by a web interface, intent on engaging target consumers with specific places and locations through face-to-face interaction using pre-defined interests to create a route.
This application can be applied to any type of physical attributes to help engagement, from trees and parks, to restaurants and cafes/bars, through to historical monuments and event listings.
What should the London City Region look like in 20 years? There is no better time than right now to put forward your vision and ideas than now. Revolution Consultancy have created a new platform to launch the ‘Prize to Transform the Future’ competition led by Ordnance Survey and the South East Protected Landscapes Group.
Huge in its vision, it is an opportunity to inspire action and leave a long-term legacy! Find out more and get involved with Prize to Transform the Future now. Get thinking - competition entries are open until 31 October 2020.
We have been appointed to work as part of a London Parks Consortium to launch a Big Green London Map, as part of a 3 year project for the National Park City.
The consortium, led by CPRE London, includes London Friends of Green Spaces Network, Greenspace Information for Greater London CIC (GiGL, the capital’s Environmental Records Centre), and National Park City Foundation.
The project launched as part of the London National Park City Festival in July 2019. More information here.
TreeTalk, a joint project with Paul Wood, aka The Street Tree leads you through London’s Urban Forest by mapping more than 700,000+ trees, and providing an itinerary solution to create your own personalised trail and discover London's street trees on foot. The bespoke application uses the FMP platform’s routing engine to deliver the rich interactive tree information and photography. It is available as responsive website and a simple app for use on the move.
London National Park City, expandable and flexible magazine and campaigning website and supporting CMS. We designed and built the website which engages Londoners with challenging ideas and guides in support of the campaign to make London greener, healthier and wilder. We have also built several complementary FMP-powered interactive campaign tools which sit alongside, including Make Life Better a crowd-sourced campaign sharing and promoting challenges and actions for any Londoner to take on, WildHomes integrating a map with a quirky social media campaign, and StationWalks which allows users to create their own walks between London's stations.
GoParksLondon, a 3-year programme (2019-2021) developed as part of a consortium including CPRE London, GiGL, LFGN and LPGT encourages people to visit and discover new parks with tips and inspiration created by Friends of Park groups. This bespoke website was designed and created incorporating the FMP platform which allows for over 4,000 green space sites to be interactively displayed and explored in a user-friendly design.
This builds on our earlier #GoParksLondon campaign (2018) which was highlighted as one of the Best UK Charity Digital Campaigns of the Year 2018, and used the Forward Movement Platform to create the interactivity to maximise and deliver this campaign.
Building on our collaboration with London Car Free Day 2019, we are rolling out new features in 2020. Developing a more detailed interactive events planner, and integrating ‘Ask For It’ to make car free streets a reality.
Using our pro-active approach and understanding to the campaign, we focus on creating greater awareness and engaging the general public to take part. Supporting healthy streets and promoting active travel are core areas of our work.
Consilium Law, launched in 2019, delivers a contemporary and design-led website to differentiate and stand-out from competitor law firms. Working from initial brief to final solutions, we created the company logo, advised on user experience (UX) and imagery, to deliver a content-led website. We also set-up domain names and provided CMS access for regular news updates allowing for continual future engagement and site relevance.
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Rob has spent more than 20 years working for digital and integrated marketing agencies, delivering campaigns from local to international level. Rob brings a wealth of digital expertise including developing brand and promotional websites, microsites, social media campaigns, eCRM strategy, and mobile app builds. Previous clients include Novartis, The Law Society, Kraft, Diageo, Hewlett-Packard and Coca-Cola GB. Quite simply, he’s passionate about delivering the best results and in his spare time can be found cycling in and around London.
Steve has over 25 years experience in software development and product management in both startup and established companies. This includes over 10 years’ experience as a senior technical manager and director, building and operating large scale, global, consumer-facing products, including mobile, web and gaming devices. Having worked in music technology for many years, he has wide experience of handling Big Data, and creating added value from complex, disparate, data sources. Steve is a keen tree fan and photographer, and loves exploring and finding nature in London, and is a voluntary campaigner for the London National Park City.