We’re as enthusiastic about people as we are design.
Super User Studio is more than your average web design consultancy. We’re a user experience design consultancy with an eager team of usability consultants, information architects, visual and interaction designers, producers and project managers. Between us we have consulted, designed, written, produced and won awards in the digital industry for more than ten years.
As for what we’re like to work with; our aim is to listen to you and always be helpful. It sounds simple, but we believe it’s what makes us different. Everyone at Super User Studio is committed to maintaining our reputation for being a pleasure to work with. Ultimately, we aim to give our customers as rewarding an experience as you wish for your own.
What’s Different About Us?
- 1 We’re a design consultancy that likes to listen and get results. By listening to you and your users, we help you create a more effective product that makes users very happy.
- 2 We’re a small, flexible team with big company ideas and processes. We take on fewer projects, so our clients get our undivided attention and an all round better level of service.
- 3 We’ll help you create a balanced product. We believe a great user experience is born of the right blend of good usability and high end visual design, and neither one should be sacrificed for the other.
- 4 We specialise in user experience research, strategy, design and evaluation. If you need technical support, we can manage the build of your project via a preferred supplier.
Stu Collett and Odette Colyer met while working on the BBC’s Top of the Pops website in 2002. Six years later they founded Super User Studio. Stu’s ten year career as a visual and interactive designer has seen him work with leading and multi-award winning agencies. He was also the lead designer on BBC’s D&AD award winning Jamie Kane in 2006. Odette’s digital background is as an online journalist and senior producer spanning over twelve years. She was the online producer for CBBC’s Smile when it won ‘Best Interactive Format’ at the Children’s BAFTAs in 2005.