The friendly media agency

Digital media without all the jargon...

We at User Friendly Media like our clients, as such we prefer not to confuse them with jargon and 'tech talk'! Instead, our ethos is to ensure that you understand everything that's going into your project and why. Just ask some of our existing clients, many of whom have come to us after disappointing experiences elsewhere.

To make this ethos a reality we've assembled an experienced, highly skilled and passionate team and when required, work with other agencies who share these same qualities. When delivering a project, big or small, we constantly communicate with our clients to ensure we're on the right track. This way there are no surprises down the line as everyone has been in the loop from the start.

Meet the Team

John Thompson

John Thompson
Head of Development

With over 10 years of coding experience across multiple platforms and languages John heads up our development & hosting team.

About Us

Steph Taylor
Head of Marketing

A decade of industry level marketing and SEO experience has led Steph to UFMedia, here she manages our expert marketing team.

Paul Sterry

Paul Sterry
Head of Design

Working all over the world with big names, such as Stuff magazine, Paul's eye for design and illustration now see's him running our design team.

John Thompson

Richard Clarke
Design & Development

John Thompson

Gareth Graham
Development & DBA

John Thompson

Michael Waite

John Thompson

Molly Gibney

John Thompson

Louis Brown

John Thompson

Emma Dynowska
Social Media

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Many digital agencies make light work...

We're happy to work with other agencies, in fact we work with many already, some of whom communicate our involvement to their clients, others who prefer a more discreet white labelled approach.

If you're an agency and would like to talk to us further about how we can support you and your projects, feel free to contact us and we'd be happy to talk about your requirements.

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From our Blog

Adding Structured Data

Published: 8th April 2019

It's fair to say that search engines have their work cut out, they have to regularly crawl billions of websites, extract the information they can and then index this based on what they find. It's a pr...

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Google Analytics for Beginners: Setting up Custom Alerts

Published: 26th March 2019

By using Custom Alerts you can keep an eye on your site usage and monitor specific changes without having to manually sift through the data in Google Analytics. What Are Custom Alerts and How Do They...

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Add a Custom Colour Pallet to Gutenberg

Published: 28th November 2018

We've already discussed how the new editor comes with blocks and how to limit these in our article Limiting Blocks Within Gutenberg. In this article we want to look at controlling which, if any, colou...

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