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Subscription LevelSmall Business
Company / Organization Type Agency / Consultancy (Full Service)
Areas of ExpertiseStrategy & Operations, User Experience and Usability, Design, Conversion Rate Optimization, Customer Experience
Industry FocusAutomotive, Consumer Goods, Education, Technology, Travel & Leisure
12 High Street
United Kingdom
Number of Staff 31-60
Annual Turnover £1m-£5m
Budget Range £30k+
Date Established 1st April 2005


Established in 2005, Cyber-Duck is a leading digital agency that works with exciting startups and global brands such as Cancer Research Technology, The European Commission and Arsenal FC. As a full service digital agency, Cyber-Duck offers creative, technical and marketing services all under one roof. The company blends an ISO-accredited user-centred design process with lean and agile management principles, drawing on investment in creative R&D.

The Cyber-Duck team have spoken as industry experts on BBC Watchdog and at many notable conferences, including SXSWi, UKTI and UX London. The company has won some of the most sought after industry awards, including the Webby, Wirehive 100 and UX UK Awards, as well as being included in The Drum's list of top agencies and Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500 (EMEA).

Client List

Cancer Research, Arsenal FC, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), The Institute of the Motor Industry, The European Commission, Maxinutrition, BAM, Aston Martin, Wilmington plc, and Dawson Media Direct / Smith News plc


UX UK Awards
Wirehive 100 Awards
Webby Awards
DADI Awards
BIMA Awards
Lloyds Bank National Business Awards

Blog posts and comments by Cyber-Duck

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