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Mapping Innovation using Technology Readiness Levels (TRLs)


Our first webinar is based on a common discussion we have with with those who ask for our help with their innovation strategy. It is focused on how we have interpreted Technology Readiness Levels and…

Covid19 | We’re still operational


Dear Clients and Friends, Following the official advice and evolving Covid19/Coronavirus situation, 4c Design will until further notice, operate a working from home policy. The health and wellbeing…

Walking the talk #1 – an introduction


Over the past 8 years 4c has been working on a life science venture called Numnuts (case study is under construction). During these 8 years, we have walked the journey that so many of our clients…

Why have a workshop?


For most of the team at 4c, the most valuable asset is the workshop. While computer aided design has an important place in the detailed design process, prototyping allows the members of the 4c team…

Internship 2020


We have been running our internship for many years now and seen designers thrive as they define their professional selves and shape their future careers. We run the…

2019 Intern | Andrew Scholes


The 4c Team are delighted to introduce our 2019 intern Andrew. We’re excited to be able to provide the opportunity to expand his skillset, and of course for us to learn a thing or two on the way.…

What does effective design mean to ewe?


For 4c, effective design means enabling our clients to achieve business goals they wouldn’t have reached otherwise. Our Barbervax project is a great example: as our…

Ewan Macpherson – MBE


Last week, our Commercial Director, Ewan, popped down the road to Buckingham Palace to pick up his MBE from HRH Princess Anne.

From client to Managing Director


Back in 2012, the company I worked with hired 4c for a small design project. Up to that time, my working life had revolved around the research and development of new technologies; first as a PhD…