Who we work with


Alan Goulbourne

Alison Moger

Andy Goodman

Angela A’Court

Charlotte Mann

Danielle Arbrey

David Jones

David Tremlett

Jon Thompson

Katie Allen

Kiriko Kubo

Mary-Rose Sinn

Rebecca Salter RA

Richard Hogg

Vahram Muratyan


ADP Architecture
IBI Knightingale Group
Manser Practice
Medical Architecture
P+HS Architects
Penoyre & Prasad

NHS Trusts & Hospitals

Chesterfield Royal Hospital, Derbyshire
Evelina Children’s Hospital, London
Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation Trust, London
Hertfordshire Foundation Trust
King’s College Hospital Foundation Trust, London
Kingston General Hospital, Kingston Upon Thames
The King’s Fund, London
Moorfields Eye Hospital, London
Royal Free Hospital, London
Southend University Hospital NHS Trust
University College Hospital, London
West Sussex & Surrey Partnership NHS Trust
West London Mental Health Trust

other health authorities

ABM Healthboard, Swansea


University of Kent


King’s Charity: Giving to King’s


Balfour Beatty
Kier Group
Willmott Dixon

Our Impact

This is absolutely outstanding. In terms of an app, this is by far the best we have seen. It shows clearly what children can expect and has had a measurable impact on services and the patient experience. It’s a great idea.

Jon Wilks, Head Judge, Product Class, BBH Awards 2017; Managing Director, UKHealthGateway

Parents are always so positive about the environment, about how bright, colourful and playful it is. It’s beautiful, calming and a wonderful environment to work in.

Dr Danielle Hall, Consultant, Children’s Emergency

We have worked with Art in Site for over 5 years. Their approach is exemplary in its focus on user needs, its thoughtfulness in design, its high graphical and artistic standards and in the practicality of its delivery. The positive response from users is the best testament to its quality.

Sunand Prasad PPRIBA, Senior Partner, Penoyre & Prasad LLP

The new environment in the Children’s Emergency Department has had an incredibly positive effect on the way we work with children. The charming illustrations are a great ice breaker with the younger, more shy children, and a fantastic way of explaining what will happen to them next.

Dr Danielle Hall, Consultant, Children’s Emergency