Rebekah Ford

Design, build, draw, play…

I worked with the Tate Digital team to design & build a new version of the Tate Kids website. I built the templates, designed the overall site, created icons and a full scale pattern library in SASS plus repeatable backgrounds, based on initial visual identities by Marcus Walters.

All Consultancy Projects

Almanac of the Future Fanzine

I accompanied Wired Fellow Annette Mees on Twitter to a pilot workshop at the Point in Eastleigh where she had organised with a group of 15 and 65 year olds to imagine the future in 50 years. Afterwards I drew a fanzine based onto the events and outcomes of that day.

RSC Create

I worked with RSC and the Arts Council to design and build a website for their joint project RSC Create

RSC Dream16

Taking existing campaign designs, I designed and built a website for RSC's touring production of Midsummer Night's Dream. This was an extensive and large site which was highly customised.

ShiftMS web redesign consult

I was brought in to work with this charity and their core team to create pattern libraries and to mentor staff on working on a digital proposition from scratch plus help recruit a front-end developer to work with the team.

ROH Design Toolkit

I was commissioned by the Royal Opera House to help create common design patterns for sections of their site. I developed a SASS pattern library and created some ideas for them to develop further

RSC Hack Day

In the summer of 2014, I was commissioned to find ways to engage the head of departments at the RSC in new ways of thinking about what and how they offered a very large and complex amount of offerings to their audiences.

Royal Opera House: Responsive Prototype

I recently worked with the Royal Opera House on a 4 week piece of exploration work on how they may turn their current site into a responsive one

#WOWHack at The Southbank Centre

I facilitated at The #wowhack event at The Southbank Centre in March

ENO Mini Operas

I was approached by the English National Opera's learning department Baylis, about designing and building a very interesting project in their search for new operatic talent. It was to be a worldwide search in the form of three competitions. Each one would determine the content for the next, a bit like a game of consequences. The first competition was for script writing, the 10 winners' scripts would be the basis of the second competition, the soundtrack competition. The ten composer finalists' work would be the basis of the final competition: the film making.