New website revealed for Understanding Scottish Places

Background The Carnegie UK Trust is an independent, charitable trust based in Scotland. The Trust works to improve the lives of people throughout the UK and Ireland, changing minds through influencing policy, and changing lives through innovative practice and partnership work. Understanding Scottish Places is a joint venture commissioned by the Scottish Government and created […]

Storm ID Appointed to Streamline NHS Scotland’s Digital Services

Three former divisions within NHS National Services Scotland – Health Facilities Scotland, National Services Division and National Procurement – have appointed Storm ID to provide a strategy to consolidate and streamline their current digital estate. The new body, Procurement, Commissioning & Facilities (PCF), provides Construction, Asset Management and Facilities, Procurement, Physical Logistics, Information Management and […]

Storm ID Design and Develop Digital Service for West Sussex County Council

The project sought to redesign the West Sussex County Council website around the needs of its customer experience, key audiences and users, giving due consideration to their user needs, context of use, technology and user journeys. The new digital service needed to offer users an exceptional and compelling online and mobile customer experience that would […]

New Website for Convention Edinburgh

Storm ID was appointed by Marketing Edinburgh to create a new website for Convention Edinburgh. Background Edinburgh is 40th in the world-ranking of international conference destinations by the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA).  For the last seven years, Edinburgh has retained its position as the most popular UK city after London for hosting international […]

Exploring mobile-friendly ticketing solutions

Online ticketing is hard. Even in the days of (almost) desktop-only browsing there were many challenges. With the rise of mobile devices, touch and voice input it is more complicated. We all know that mobile web traffic is on the rise, accounting for 17.4% of all global web traffic so far in 2013, almost a […]

Smart Cities: Are Our Cities Getting Even Smarter?

Last week Storm ID shared thoughts and opinions with online magazine Scottish Policy Now, on Smart Cities and Smart Services – an area which it seems like everyone is talking about right now. You can find the original article over on their site but for more insight here and now, please carry on reading! ‘A […]

The Scottish Government Launch Prototype of new Digital Platform

Following Storm IDs user experience work on the development of the DirectScot prototype, a Scottish citizens portal and the development of a Business Portal for Scotland, the Scottish Government this week launched a new pilot website platform to test a new way of presenting Scottish Government information. The site has gone live with a single […]

Storm ID and Young Scot win the digital technology innovation award

The awards which were held at a ceremony in Glasgow last month recognise and celebrate the outstanding success and contribution of businesses across the digital and technology markets to the Scottish economy, and are judged by some of the industry’s biggest names.  The winning entry outlined how Storm ID and Young Scot developed a pioneering […]