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Pushing the boundaries in education

Work / Jisc


Jisc are a not-for-profit membership organisation providing digital solutions for UK education.

We have been working together since 2016 following two successful framework tenders spanning 4 years, the most recent running optionally until 2025.

Over this time we've worked on an extensive mix of live action videos plus a significant number of animations and illustrations.


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Momentum

We produced the opening film for Jisc's annual event, telling the story of the potential of momentum in education.

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Training Overview

A brand-visuals led animation highlighting Jisc's virtual and in-person training services, produced efficiently using existing animatic and illustrator assets.

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Digifest 2021

We were commissioned to create this year's video opener that explores the past year and the future of working in education.

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Digifest 2020

In 2020 we supported Jisc's flagship annual event, Digifest, with content to launch registrations, content for the event, and coverage of the days themselves.

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Holograms

For 2020 we created a suite of holographic assets including video holograms, 3D logos and idents inspired by the retro sci-fi aesthetics.

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Digital Citizens

We helped launch online registrations to Digifest with a film in-line with the event's branding and photography.

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TNC20

Hosted by Jisc in 2020, TNC needed a film to reveal Brighton as next year's host city at the 2019 event in Tallinn, Estonia, alongside stats of the city.


"I love hearing their thoughts on the projects we work together on, and everything they have delivered has exceeded my expectations. I value their collaborative nature, and that they will be honest with what they think will work and won’t, yet are never obstructive to the needs of our organisation. They’re a very friendly bunch too, which certainly makes them even more of a pleasure to work with."