We have worked with

Adapt has a highly engaged and motivated audience. As well as developing internal projects and campaigns, we work with different organisations to: ideate, design, communicate, develop and realise climate and sustainability related projects and campaigns.

We specialise in branding, video production, animation, installation design, website design, printed media, workshops, copy writing, social media communication and events.

If you would like to work or partner with us, please get in touch.

Selected Videos: Nicer Tuesdays, British Council, Protest Gear

Selected Features: Oatly, It's Nice That, The Face Timeout, Elephant Magazine, The Evening Standard, Creative Boom

Workshops: UAL (MA + BA), The Tate, Epsom University, The Cass, Caxton Youth, Design Museum, PlayNice.

Awards: London Design Awards, Silver, systems social design. British Council, 10 emerging designers of the year. D&AD Impact shortlist

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WORK WITH US

Adapt is a creative studio, using design, humor and contemporary culture to communicate social issues, and build communities with climate at the forefront. Founded by Josie Tucker and Richard Ashton, Adapt runs their own campaigns and events whilst working with a range of clients to develop and design projects dedicated to meaningful impact.

Clients Include: The Tate, British Council, Kings Cross Estate, Anyways, Selfridges, Adidas, Merrel, Ecover, Oatly and more

We work across a variety outputs. View our work or get in touch.

Selected Videos: Nicer Tuesdays, British Council, Protest Gear

Selected Features: Oatly, It's Nice That, The Face Timeout, Elephant Magazine, The Evening Standard, Creative Boom

Workshops: UAL (MA + BA), The Tate, Epsom University, The Cass, Caxton Youth, Design Museum, PlayNice.

Awards: London Design Awards, Silver, systems social design. British Council, 10 emerging designers of the year. D&AD Impact shortlist

'Sadness is a no gO-zone' was our first major exhibition project taking place at the Copeland Gallery in Peckham, 2019. Alongside pieces by Adapt, we specially selected artists and briefed them with climate phrases which they responded to visually. Visitors came to the gallery to tackle the biggest issues facing the planet, from energy to travel to wilding through curated actions.

The exhibition focused on happiness and motivation, there were laughs, engaging visual art and some audience participation, alongside a program of events and a fundraising shop.

Selected Features: Evening Standard, Time Out, Elephant Magazine, Creative Boom