About us

FARM Digital has been driving change through technology for more than eight years and is one of the UK's leading Django agencies. We have worked across a variety of sectors including publishing, energy, education and non-profit. Having honed our in-house technical skills for more than eight years, our design, development and consultancy services are used by large corporates across the UK to accelerate digital transformation and improve return on investment.

With technology at our core, we have designed, engineered and successfully delivered more than 300 Django projects. Our services start with prototyping and development, however, we support both new and existing Django projects and offer audit, testing and project rescue services.

FARM's capabilities are split into the following categories:

- Bespoke application development

- Web design and build

- User and audience research and experience design

- Digital strategy consultancy

- CRM and platform integrations and members areas

- AI and cognitive services

- Hosting and ongoing support

Regardless of your cause and objectives, we make digital simple, effective and impactful. We actively seek organisations that embrace innovation and have the belief that digital connectivity is a force for good. We work with organisations and charities of all sizes including: Make-A-Wish UK, The Brain Tumour Charity, Makaton, Mines Advisory Group, London School of English, Pure World Energy, SPIE and SWNS.

By combining authenticity with conscientiousness and the underlying sense of what is right for everyone, we help organisations develop their ongoing digital strategies and provide the technical services to make them a reality.


Digital Strategy

Sector Experience

Charity / Not for profit, Education, Publishing


Flexitricity, London school of Engilsh, Make-A-Wish UK, Mines Advisory Group, Precor, Scleroderma and Raynaud, Shephard Media, SRUK, The Agency Collective, The Brain Tumour Charity, Watts Gallery

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