Next 15 has joined the BBC’s new Digital Design Services Framework, following a highly competitive tender process. A consortium of four Next 15 brands – Beyond, Brandwidth, House 337 and Transform UK – will now work in collaboration to deliver a diverse range of UX, Design, Branding and Content services.
The framework contract awarded to Next 15 will last for four years, with work expected to start this Summer.
Next 15’s work will involve close collaboration with the BBC’s UXD team working across multiple product areas and platforms with a particular focus on BBC output, design systems and service design/employee experience.
The Next 15 consortium’s unique blend of skills positions them perfectly to help the BBC innovate and transform its digital design approach.
“We are absolutely delighted to have won a place on the BBC’s Digital Design Services Framework,” said Rob Carter, Next 15’s Group Client Managing Director.
“Our consortium’s unique multi-disciplinary model and extensive digital design expertise will help drive the BBC’s ongoing digital transformation journey. The BBC is one of the world’s most respected and innovative broadcasters and a trusted media brand.
“We see this partnership as both an exciting opportunity to develop great work together, and a privilege to be part of the development of this amazing institution.”
The win is a testament to Next 15’s ongoing commitment to innovation, creativity and digital/design excellence. Next 15 looks forward to a long and fruitful relationship working closely together with the BBC to deliver exceptional results.