Humanly did a tremendous job guiding the charity through the design process, clearly demonstrating value and rigour from the effective application of the methodology, and ensuring that the voices of people affected by a diagnosis of cancer were at the core of the development and testing of ideas. The Humanly team were a joy to work with, always cognisant of the culture of the charity whilst driving the process at pace. The outcome of their work is now part of the future strategy for Macmillan.
— Allan Cowie, Director of Quality and Impact at Macmillan Cancer Support
Humanly has provided consultancy and support to us, bringing knowledge and expertise in design for social impact and a passion for finding creative solutions. Humanly has made an invaluable contribution to the work, particularly in designing meaningful co-creation opportunities for a wide range of people with learning disabilities. They are diligent and focused in their approach, consistently curious and inclusive in their engagement with stakeholders. The Daybook team has learnt a great deal through this project and a lot of the learning can be credited to Humanly.
— Colleen Humphrey, Deputy Chief Executive, VoiceAbility
‘When you work with Humanly, you’re not only going to be delivered top-quality design work - watching the way they engaged in the human-centred design process provided many learning opportunities for me as a client along the way. The resultant work was lauded by our funders - but more importantly, will have a positive impact on the lives of people living with dementia. Humanly go above and beyond, and anyone would be fortunate to have them on-board a project.’
Taryl Law, COO and Co-Founder of How Do I?
‘Humanly supported Shropshire Council and its partners in developing our collective strategy for engaging with children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities. The Humanly team have been reliable, enthusiastic and energetic. They worked successfully with a wide range of stakeholders, and used regular check-ins to ensure the project was adjusted for greater benefits. As a result of their work, we understand our position much better and have a clear steer of what we can do next.’
Marion Versluijs, Commissioning Development Officer at Shropshire Council