After Digital

To stay on top, you need to be thinking about what's next. Welcome to After Digital.

UK, Glasgow, Manchester

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Key Facts

Clients & Projects: 224
Reviews: 26
Average reviews rating:
4.3 Stars

Languages Spoken: English, French, Spanish, German and Italian
No. of Employees: 11-20
Established: 1997
Joined WWDC: 2007


- Branding
- Content and Copy
- Design
- Hosting
- Online Marketing
- Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
- Development
- Mobile application development
- Social Media


After Digital (formerly AD) is a multi award-winning, strategic digital agency operating internationally and offering digital transformation consultancy. We have established offices in Glasgow and Manchester, and an Incorporated business in the USA. We take our years of experience and apply them, with a passion for always learning more, to craft truly innovative digital solutions for clients across sectors.

We believe success comes from our ability to see the bigger picture and harness all appropriate channels, not just digital, to work as one.

Industry Sectors

Professional Services, Not for profit / Charity, Educational, Entertainment, Other, Public Sector, Health & Beauty, Tourism & Travel, Food & Drink, Retail, Sports & Leisure, Financial & Legal, Manufacturers & Engineers, Media & Communication, Building & Construction, Recruitment, IT, Consumer Services

Tends to work with

Non-profit Organisation, Private Company, Public Sector, Corporation / Public Company, Startup, Small-Medium Enterprise (SME)

General location of clients:

UK, Europe, USA

Content Management System:

Joomla WordPress Statamic Magento

We Recommend:

Accountant: Robb Ferguson
Printer: PR Print Ltd
Hosting company: Rackspace

Recent Projects

  • NCUB (National Centre for Universities and Businesses)

    NCUB (National Centre for Universities and Businesses)

    Based in London but with a national reach, the NCUB aims to promote economic prosperity and well being through the effective matching and collaboration of businesses and universities. Backed by a number of high profile senior corporate leaders, companies, chancellors and universities, the organisati... Read More



    DSA-QAG aims to safeguard the public interest, monitor the quality assurance system surrounding the Disabled Student's Allowance, inform and encourage continuous improvement in the management of quality in the sector through setting up a good practice framework and carrying out annual audits to main... Read More

  • Science Museum

    Science Museum

    Entrusted with providing digital services to the Science Museum, National Media Museum, Museum of Science & Industry and the National Railway Museum over the next 3 years, this Christmas campaign is the first piece of work Alienation will launch for the prestigious Group. Read More

Recent Reviews

  • Reviewed on 31 Aug, 2012
    Company recommended by reviewer Alienation Digital were recommended to us by a close friend who had worked with them on his website. After our initial meet with the team we were confident that they understood our vision and we were keen to get started with them...  Read More

    Francesca Farley
    — Farley Fine Furniture

  • Reviewed on 26 Apr, 2012
    Company recommended by reviewer TESTIMONIAL FOR ALIENATION DIGITAL We were introduced to Alienation by a friend who had done some work with them. As complete novices to web pages and their design we were apprehensive about setting out on the task of designin...  Read More

    Barbara Marland
    — Derby Lodge

  • Reviewed on 21 Feb, 2012
    Company recommended by reviewer EVIMalaR is very pleased to have launched its new website, to date we have had positive feedback from members of the network and are excited about using it as a tool to facilitate outreach and interest in malaria research. The ser...  Read More

    Hansa Pertab
    — EVIMalaR


ScotlandIS - 2013
Digital Agency of the Year

The Herald - 2011
Export Award


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