About Scroll

Scroll is the UK’s only full-service content services agency. We specialise in content design, content strategy and delivery of content projects, large and small. We also provide training. We deliver projects independently, partner with technology companies, or supply specialists to slot seamlessly into client teams.

Our approach

The Scroll partners developed the company’s approach through years of experience with digital teams. We use agile methodologies as standard, alongside plain English and writing for accessibility.

Our associates

We vet all Scrollies, as they’re affectionately called, for the quality of their skills and level of knowledge and experience. We then match them carefully with appropriate assignments. Each person has been trained in a common methodology so you can be sure you’re getting a high-quality Scroll service.

“Scroll has been a delight to work with and has produced a high-quality product we are very happy with.” (Head of Communications, UCL – read the case study)

Scroll’s senior management team have years of experience in digital content, content strategy and digital project management. They are Hetty Meyric Hughes, Padma Gillen and Rahel Bailie – meet them here.

Procurement

Government buyers can procure Scroll’s services through the Digital Marketplace. Scroll is also on several other frameworks. Read more about procurement – or just contact us for a chat. We’re always happy to talk content.

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Scroll was founded in 2004 and has grown from a small content provider to an established digital content services agency with a pool of 200 expert associates. Read the story so far.

What we’ve worked on

You’ve probably looked at a website we’ve worked on. We’ve provided copywriters, web editors, information architects, UX writers, style and tone specialists, data analysts and SEO gurus. Take a look at our client list and see who you recognise.

” We appreciated Scroll’s expert understanding of digital content as it relates to our specific goals.” (British Council – read the case study.)