We create innovative digital products services
For corporations, nonprofit and startup organisations.
What we do
We’re a multi-disciplinary team of user experience designers, Ruby on Rails developers and lean and agile specialists.
From bespoke software to apps and websites, we create digital products that bring your ideas to life, delight your users and help you achieve your goals.
Our services span digital strategy, user experience consulting, web and application development as well as project rescue and support.
Bit Zesty has smart people who get up to speed very quickly. They have really listened effectively to what we do and brought forward exciting and innovative design proposals for our online service. They have helped me and my team think of things in a different way. An impressive, professional team who are really easy to work with.
We’ve been helping organisations to achieve their goals since 2009. Here are some of our latest and greatest projects.
Helping entrepreneurs pledge millions to charity
Helping the UK’s most active small business network deliver a great digital experience to their 70,000 users.
Reducing the spread of STIs, with a patient-friendly digital partner notification tool.
Shortlisted for Interaction Design Awards 2018.
Oxford Medical Simulation (OMS)
Read the full case studyOxford Medical Simulation (OMS)
Helping healthcare professionals to learn from virtual reality training simulations
Read the full case studyHMRC
Making HMRC’s import/export tool 3x faster and 10x cheaper to maintain
Queen’s Awards for Enterprise
Read the full case studyQueen’s Awards for Enterprise
Streamlining the application process for the UK’s most prestigious business awards
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)
Read the full case studyLondon School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)
Helping GPs tackle childhood obesity more effectively
Read the full case studySwiftKey
Helping SwiftKey’s predictive keyboard to save users over two trillion keystrokes
Read the full case studyTrussell Trust
Helping 1,000,000 people get emergency access to food