In another example of our continued growth and success throughout the UK, After Digital has been listed on the world’s most significant group of museums’ – the Science Museum Group – roster of digital agencies.

The prolific Science Museum Group consists of four top British museums, namely the London Science Museum, Museum of Science & Industry, National Media Museum, and the National Railway Museum. Uniting the strengths of each of these world-class institutions, the organisation is dedicated to preserving the history and modern-day practice of science, technology, medicine, media and industry.

With innovation at the fore of everything the Science Museum Group do, the organisation put out a competitive tender to find the UK’s most creative and forward-thinking agencies to join its digital agency roster. Pitting against companies from across the nation, After Digital was selected as one of the Science Museum Group’s trusted digital agencies for future projects and development over the next three years.

We can’t wait to get started on some pioneering projects with the Science Museum Group, adding to our portfolio of exciting ongoing work with leading British educational and tourist attractions, such as the Glasgow Science Centre.

James Bailey, Head of Communications at the Science Museum Group, said;
The Science Museum Group is the home of innovation and we therefore need to be spot on with our digital communications. We’re delighted to have appointed After Digital to our roster of digital marketing agencies; we’re looking forward to working with them to ensure we practice what we preach.”

David Johnstone, Business Development Director at After Digital, said;
"We're really excited to begin work with the Science Museum Group and continue to add to our portfolio of projects within this sector. The Science Museum Group's mission to innovate aligns perfectly with our aims to inspire and engage through pioneering digital solutions, and we look forward to seeing what results we can achieve together over the next 3 years."