Numiko starts work with The King's Fund and Science Museum Group

We love to work with interesting clients who do great things. This is why we couldn't be prouder to be working with two new industry-leading clients: The King's Fund and Science Museum Group. 

The King's Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England. Their work as a think tank helps to shape health and social care policy and their leadership development work supports the healthcare leaders.

Numiko came out on top after a competitive tender process to design and build the new The King’s Fund website in Drupal 8. The project is already well underway, with research and interviews taking place across the spectrum of clinicians, commissioners and patient representatives among many others. This is a fascinating project which will see us engaging with healthcare professionals at the very highest levels, as The King’s Fund strive to ensure the best possible care is always available to all.

In choosing to work with Numiko, King’s Fund cited our varied portfolio, user-centred approach and the editorial flexibility offered by our Drupal solution as reasons that they’re excited to be working with us.

The second most recent addition to the Numiko client list is Science Museum Group. The group consists of four museums:

  • Science Museum, London
  • Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester
  • National Railway Museum in York and Shildon
  • National Media Museum, Bradford

The museums are devoted to the history and contemporary practice of science, medicine, technology, industry and media. The commonality between them is quite simple: human ingenuity.

Collectively they attract over 5.5 million each year and impressively the Science Museum is the most Googled museum in the world!

Usually we find it hard to contain our excitement about what we’re working on, however, this time we are going to play it a bit cooler. Work has begun in earnest but we are just not quite ready to tell you what we’re up to. You’ll just have to wait and see but we can tell you that we are loving it!

If you do want to hear more about our work within the museum and heritage sector, you can read about the digital engagement strategy we created for Royal Armouries or alternatively, just get in touch! We’d love to hear from you.