Images&Co is an innovation consultancy and design practice. Our focus is on culture and identity in cities and organisations, public environments, commerce and education.
Transforming cities and spaces
Our multidisciplinary teams of designers, artists, writers and other creatives work together to make sense of complex narratives in city design. In this ares we work with city governments, universities and other stakeholders on projects that promote civic and service design, support enterprise and innovation through the startup economy, and work with arts organisations and local communities to reimagine parks, public spaces and local facilities.
Usability of environments
We are keen to use technollogy and creativity in ways that connect people and places, rather than separating people from the physical environment. We are interested in how places speak and relate, and we work with poviders, custodians and stakehoders to develop broader business planning for public spaces, from wayfinding in cities, transport networks and hospitals, to developing incubators and coworking spaces, and rethinking human-centred use of digital technology and data in parks and the public realm.
At the heart of usability and interaction is good communication: coherent, distinctive, clear and compelling, but most importantly, fit for purpose. This is what we provide for our clients and partners, from brand to information design, stories to transactions, content to publishing, commercial to political campaigns.
Education and the future of work
We are fans and advocates of education – working with schools, colleges and universities, and with industry and government, to promote creative education, pathways to sustainable jobs, and future approaches to teaching and learning.
Images&Co is registered with the Information Commissioner's Office as a Data Controller No. Z9797963.
Uzma Afzal Lead developer
Kasper de Graaf CEO
Malcolm Garrett RDI, Creative director
Keith Jobling Producer and Senior consultant
Alice Magagnin Project manager and Assistant curator
Itua Omokhomion Researcher
Simon Poulter Curator and Senior consultant