Category: web design

Louder than Words, Plan International Asia-Pacific

Plan International Asia-Pacific wanted to create a publication for advocacy and fundraising purposes that showcased the personal testimonies of bravery, resilience and spirit of people standing up and fighting against child and early forced marriage. To achieve this, confidently communicating the most impactful stories was essential.

We began by conducting a literature review of more than 100 materials, including stories, photos and videos, before writing and editing the stories to fit the publication well. Once designed, we transformed the collection into a web-interactive product that would form the centre piece of a social media campaign, including copy and multimedia assets, to promote the new publication.


Citiscope provides real-time data and contextual intelligence about social life in urban settings so cities can create places where people thrive.

This startup, based in Finland, was Rewire’s very first project. We developed their corporate brand and applied it to their digital products, their big data SAAS platform and their corporate site. Rewire was also in charge of conducting their user research, which helped define the company’s brand.

Kahchun Wong

Kahchun Wong is a Singaporean music conductor who asked us to redesign his professional website. He needed something organised, contemporary and elegant, but also simple and usable. We designed a new site to provide a user experience that fits his requirements, ensuring the web layout elements were easy to find for the user with seamless interactions and navigation experiences throughout its pages.

To provide the design with a formal and neutral look, we used a short-ranged and subdued colour palette of grey, dark blue and light orange. Among the website contents, a conductor biography, the events calendar, a reviews page and Kahchun Wong’s latest news page can be found.