Testimonials

“It is a rare thing to find designers and developers who really listen, who really work to understand your ideas. Cipher Arts do just that and so much more, going the extra mile comes nowhere near to describing their determination to produce work of real excellence. This is a truly creative company that I would recommend whole- heartedly to anyone who needs help to realise their vision.”
Frances Sword OBE – Recently retired Head of Education for the Fitzwilliam Museum

“Cipher Arts designed and produced superb quality interactive touch screens, which are a central feature of our high profile HLF funded project.   The animations and imaginative interactive activities are most engaging. The touch screens are attracting much interest and praise from everyone.  Cipher Arts were very flexible and helpful throughout and it was a pleasure working with them.   I can highly recommend them.”
Margaret Johnston, Chair of the Great St.Mary’s Heritage project

“Cipher Arts produced two interactives for ‘By Endurance We Conquer: Shackleton and his Men’ centenary exhibition at the Scott Polar Research Institute’s Polar Museum. The development of the interactives went smoothly; they were delivered on time and have proved successful with both the specialist Antarctic community and the general public. The exhibition toured internationally with a Spanish version. We are delighted with the results.”
B. Lintott, Exhibitions Officer. The Polar Museum, University of Cambridge

“I have engaged the services of Cipher Arts for the last eight years on various design projects. As a senior member of staff in the Arts Council, I commissioned them to redesign the Carnivalnet website and branding of the supporting marketing material. Their delivery and professionalism were of such high quality that since then my new organisation Combined Arts Services is also using their services and can highly recommend them.”
Pax Nindi previous Head of Performing Arts at Arts Council London

“I have worked with Cipher Arts on a number of very different projects targeting varied audiences, and have always found them to be flexible, inventive and responsive to any specific requirements or needs. The process of getting from concept to site has always been a smooth transition with excellent results each time.”
Dr Sally-Ann Ashton, Senior Assistant Keeper, Department of Antiquities, The Fitzwilliam Museum

“We found Cipher Arts to be flexible, knowledgeable and they really helped us to explore the best possible ways to show
how Charles Darwin used the tools of a 19th century geologist. Cipher Arts have subsequently gone on to develop our first interactive exhibit in the Museum and I would recommend them to anyone looking for a partner who can help them harness the learning power of interactives.
Sandra Jackson – Computer Officer, The Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences