Logo grid showing: Cannel 4; The National Lottery; Derwent London; University COllege London; Royal Museums Greenwich, British Dyslexia Association; Cundall; ITV; Underbelly; City of London, British Council for Offices; Starlight

In January 2021 we celebrated 20 years of Ten4. We've been making websites since before a lot of modern websites even existed. (We registered as a company the week before Wikipedia.) Back then we were a small, web-focused company, and today we still are — deliberately. We believe a tight, integrated organisation collaborates better and works more efficiently, because everyone in the building is immersed in your audience, your needs, and your objectives.

But we have changed over the past twenty years, growing with the web as it's added new standards and technologies, and developing a reputation for exceptional digital work that has attracted clients across nearly every sector, including national charities, UK government departments, FTSE 250 companies and multinational corporations. Some of them are still are clients, even a decade later, and are still working with the same project teams they started with.

View of Ten4's sign that hangs at the entrance to Tredegar Mews.
Several people sitting in the shade of a tree eating pizza from cardboard boxes
A selection of frames graphic artworks waiting to be hung
Three women post ideas to the wall on post-it notes

We’re very glad to have found Ten4. They brought our brand values to life and are helping us tell the story of National Lottery funded projects and the people involved in new ways.

Daniel Drakes, National Lottery Good Causes.