A BA (Hons) Visual Studies alumnus from the University of Portsmouth, Pete Broadbent, has created his own business Webcredible, and is looking at expanding it further.
The current vacancies can be found on their website, and even though they are looking for experienced mid-level candidates they are also interested in meeting new graduates, who they can nurture at the start of their career.
Webcredible is a user-focused digital design company dedicated to creating “efficient and delightful digital experiences” for their clients and end users. Some of their most recent clients include Dulux paint, for whom they developed an augmented-reality app for ‘Dulux Visualiser’, which allows customers to use a mobile device to visualise how a space would look in a given colour before decorating it. Another recent project of theirs is UCAS Track, which allows prospective students to monitor their applications to universities, both on the web and on mobile devices. Some of their other high-profile clients include; Asda, Ebay, Sony, T-Mobile, P&O, Transport for London, Macmillan Cancer Support, JD Sports, and many more.