Exploded View is a small creative agency specialising in user-centred design. We're dedicated to connecting your users to quality content.


What we've been making recently

  • Illustration for our Chapman Taylor project

    Chapman Taylor

    Chapman Taylor, an international architecture firm, commissioned us to design and develop a new website for them which would better encapsulate their brand, offer content in multiple languages, give their 16 global offices an individual presence, and which would look good on varying screen sizes and devices.

  • Illustration for our Free Word project

    Free Word

    Free Word is a London-based organisation that supports and promotes the work of various literature, literary, and free speech organisations, as well as hosting its own events. They needed a website that would enable online booking, and which would give them the opportunity to produce and curate literary news and media-rich content to an international audience.

  • Illustration for our Yogacampus project


    Yogacampus offers one of the UK's most highly regarded yoga teacher training courses and run workshops taught by internationally recognised yoga teachers. They came to us looking for a complete website redesign and CMS development.

  • Illustration for our ReFrieze project


    Royal Albert Hall's Learning & Participation department asked us to produce a website for their art and culture project called ReFrieze. The website needed to encapsulate the projects creative theme - a collaborative effort amongst students, artists and educators to redesign the Royal Albert Hall’s iconic frieze to represent the 21st century.

  • Illustration for our Poetry Translation Centre project

    Poetry Translation Centre

    The Poetry Translation Centre is an organisation dedicated to translating contemporary poetry from Africa, Asia and Latin America. Our work on their website has allowed them to share their media-rich content with a global audience. We also re-imagined their brand, and we continue to produce their plentiful output in print, including poetry chapbooks and material to support their many public events.