Before Dooit was born founder Jon Shaw spent eight years with London digital agency Digit.
During that time he was involved in numerous award winning projects for a variety of prominent brands including Vodafone, Motorola, Sony, Sky, MTV, Habitat and the NHS.
In his role as Art Director, for the last two years at Digit, Jon led the creative team on projects for Vodafone, Motorola and the NHS amongst others.
On this page you'll find a selection of this work, where possible the websites are viewable - however thankfully the interweb has moved on.
'Live' was Vodafone's mobile content delivery portal. The brief was to create an engaging experiential site to showcase the assets available through Vodafone Live, which in turn would drive sales of the 'Live' handsets.
Incorporating interactive demos to showcase the content available through 'Live' as well as real 360 degree product previews.
As part of the process we were instructed to create a new global navigation to be rolled out across Vodafone's European websites.
Motorola - MotoFuture
Motorola were looking to illustrate how the functionality within their mobile range would allow users to communicate in ever increasing ways. Our concept was seamless mobility through living, working, moving and connecting.
The site was a linear interactive journey focusing on the stories and lives of users.
Data capture ran through the site, prompting visitors to respond and feedback on the experience and content.
NHS - NSHU
Jon successfully led the pitch team to join the NHS's roster for the NHSU (NHS University).
Our responsibility was as primary digital partner, creating websites and online marketing devises across all aspects of the service.
Bafta, Design Week, Bima, you name the award and this site won it the year it launched, much fun had.
Which was no surprise to us as it was one of the most immersive online environments at the time and for a prominent high street brand.
Islington Housing Association - Mosaic Homes
The Mosaic Homes website allowed housing tenants to communicate with the association via a friendly online portal.
The brief was to create a dialogue with the tenants visiting the site, giving them the confidence to manage their lives online.
Before its merger with other local housing services this site proved very successful.