Manchester innovation lab and cultural agency FutureEverything has launched a new website in collaboration with Newcastle design studio Supanaught.
FutureEverything was established in 1995 and “helps people reflect on and understand the changing world around them”. The organisation nurtures creative talent and innovative art commissions, as well as having a participatory design practice.
FutureEverything is also continuing to grow its new festival model, Future Sessions, which is “a year-round curated conversation with communities around the world”.
Digital content producer Michelle Collier said: “For 2019, we wanted to create a new website that would better reflect our future vision and changing organisational structure.
“The site reflects our evolution from annual festival to innovation lab and cultural agency delivering a year-round event schedule, bold new art commissions, and participatory design initiatives. The new website is simpler in structure, bolder in design, and creates a flexible canvas that we can build on well into the future.”
Simon Canaway, Creative Director for Supanaught, added: “Appropriately, the launch of the new site represents the culmination of much collective thinking around what shape the future could take.
“With the shift from highly revered annual festival to prolific innovation lab, we have sought to balance the organisation’s rich creative legacy with a refreshed design language possessive of a vibrancy, modularity and curiosity; each a tenet and signifier of FutureEverything itself.”