About

Passionate about people, technology, sharing knowledge and making beautiful digital things.

Our story

We believe in fostering open data, open source and open communities. We are heavily involved with the global Drupal community, the UK digital community and run our own open events.

But, we’ve not always been about digital. Deeson was founded in 1959 and our first project back then was a magazine for Diners Club International customers. The world’s changed a lot since then and so have we.

Our passion for understanding audiences has been at the heart of our approach from that first magazine through to the present day, developing big and beautiful websites for broadcasters, rock stars, publishers, membership organisations and many more besides.

We have a high beard quota, love of gin and beer and some of us have a checked shirt or a necklace fetish. We don't have a Shoreditch postcode because we love the green lands of the garden of England & salty coastal sea air. 

Don't take our word for it, check out some cold, hard facts:

art

We make the world's largest online art collection accessible and searchable.

tv

We create platforms that help millions of people interact with live TV.

brits

We collaborate with a global singer/songwriter who has won 17 Brit Awards and sold 70 million records.

research

We managed digital strategy for one of the UK's highest profile medical public inquries, which looked at a million pages of evidence.

Surgeon

We developed an educational video sharing community for surgeons – an industry first.

Drupal

We are contributors to the open source Drupal CMS project & delivered branding and coding for DrupalCon London 2011.

Europe

Our MD, Tim Deeson, is a long standing contributor to Europe's Drupal community and is a founding director of the high profile DrupalCamp London event.

  • Where we're based

    Our team works from offices in Canterbury and London (King’s Cross) as well as on-site with our clients. Where is beautiful Canterbury?

  • high speed

    50 mins from London via HS1

  • Paris

    2 hours to Paris

  • Pub

    and two minutes away from a very good pub