Bates Interactive to update 10 Downing Street’s online site

Bates Interactive has been appointed by the Prime Minister’s office to develop the Number 10 Downing Street website.

Bates Interactive has been appointed by the Prime Minister’s office

to develop the Number 10 Downing Street website.



A number of unnamed digital agencies competed for the task of taking the

Number 10 website on to its next level of development. The site was

originally launched early last year by BMP Interaction and Oyster.



Bates won the task on the back of the highly regarded Foreign and

Commonwealth website that it built last year. It will handle all

elements of the task in-house, including design, production and

strategy.



Michael Crossman, Bates Interactive’s managing director, said: ’This is

more than just a fantastic win for us. It is also a fascinating example

of something we have started to come across a lot - being appointed to

move an organisation’s existing web presence into a second, or even

third-generation site.’



The Number 10 site can be located at www.number-10.gov.uk.



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