Jane Murison, has been hired by Reason Digital – an innovative social enterprise and digital agency which works with leading charitable and not-for-profit organisations to combat society’s biggest issues.
During her 18 years working at the BBC, as a UX specialist, Jane was involved in launching BBC iPlayer, early mobile web services for BBC News and Sport along with award-winning children’s apps like CBeebies Playtime and Storytime.
Ben White, Managing Director of Reason Digital said; “We are excited to welcome Jane to our team, and to see how her extensive knowledge and experience will make significant changes to the lives of those using charity services – especially at a time when more people are turning to the charity sector for help and support.”
Since launching in 2008, Reason Digital has worked with over 400 charities and non-profit organisations. Projects Reason Digital have worked on include the award winning befriending platform with Age UK – ‘Call in Time’ – that brings people together using online technology to pair volunteers with chronically lonely older people through telephone calls.
Speaking about joining Reason Digital Jane Murison said; “I am very excited to join Reason Digital because their organisational purpose and values chime so closely with my own. I believe that design can have a huge impact: not just on people’s motivation to consume stuff, but on their lives. Reason Digital aims to create positive social impact in every project they do, and I’m hugely pleased to join them in that aim. I’m looking forward to work with clients who all want to do as much as they can, sometimes with very limited resources, to make a real difference to people.”