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Web, internet, mobile, social, apps, video … the world has gone digital … and getting more so.

It’s a huge opportunity for the Third Sector and the Public Sector to communicate and engage with people. There’s an unprecedented variety of ways to connect, inform and facilitate.

media co-op started in 2004 to make broadcast-quality films with ethics. Now we’re a bigger team, with new digital skills – but we’ve got the same ethical approach and the same commitment to high quality. If you’re looking for a website, a mobile app, a social media campaign – we can create the right solution that’s tailored to you, made by people who get where you’re coming from.

Just get in touch to talk about your ideas, on a no-obligation basis. You don’t have to be an expert in all things digital. You don’t even have to know exactly what you want. We’ll listen and work with you to work with you to shape what you need, offering suggestions, advice and support throughout the process.

Over the Fence

Over the fence still

Media co-op worked with Outside the Box to create the Scottish Government funded Over the Fence website. The site is aimed at people who are looking for some information about how to get help for themselves or for someone else who is struggling at home and needs support. It was set up in response to the new Self Directed Support legislation, but rather that just giving the “official line” it also offers peer to peer advice, combined with some very useful links, resources and information.

media co-op created a mobile and tablet friendly responsive site that uses flat design. As well as building the site, we also worked with OTB to produce materials for user testing, developed the site architecture and created the branding for the site along with bespoke photography.

Public Affairs Co-op

Public Affairs Co-op

The Public Affairs Co-op provides ethical communications and public affairs services for social enterprises, charities, third sector and public organisations. This includes PR and lobbying services. They commissioned media co-op to create their website. Media co-op built and designed the responsive site and worked with the Public Affairs Co-op to develop the site architecture, content and styling.

Pleasure Verses Profit

medico-op created a microsite for Zero Tolerance Trust and the Womens Support Project. The site features a video produced by media co-op, themed digital postcards, and a resource and links area. It’s aimed at youth workers and feminist organisations working on the issues of sexualisation of young people and the impact of pornography.

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