Customer-centric collaboration

Stickyworld makes it easy to involve your customers, clients, end users, local communities or citizens in projects that affect them.

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Customer-centric collaboration removes risks associated with lack of engagement.


Managing projects without complete and effective engagement of your clients or wider stakeholder groups presents a huge risk to reaching a successful project outcome. In the past it has been difficult and time consuming to get all the right people together and listen to their ideas and feedback. Stickyworld makes engaging and managing the input of those outside your core team really easy, removing risks, and saving time and money in the process. 

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Engage people that really matter to your project outcomes.


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Prepare interactive content

Prepare, and link any content relating to your project or topic. Link pictures, designs, documents, maps, videos and 360 photography, adding info hotspots.

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Engage in clearer conversations

Invite participants to frame their exact point of view. Visual context improves understanding and encourages more meaningful insights and feedback.

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Evidence involvement 

Save time in reporting on actionable insights with a stakeholder engagement audit trail on decision making and reducing risks in project outcomes.

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Why does engaging wider stakeholders have to be so hard?


You can set up a Stickyworld portal in minutes. Create and manage different kinds of online participation, either for public or private groups or communities. Choose different media types, and different methods of engaging including discussion forums and surveys and report on results.

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About Stickyworld


Our team comes from the worlds of architecture, planning, communications and technology. We are passionate about involving customers and end users in a development process, we believe in the immense value of user insights, and we see the potential for technology to close the feedback loops between end users, project doers, designers and decision makers. Our vision is to enable a world where it is common practice to involve people in designing products, services, buildings and places. This is a world where it easy to learn about, shape or manage the very things we all use everyday, together, and where supporting this essential activity simply makes good business sense.
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Collaborate inside 360 environments


If you are working on physical change or place related projects, you can present and engage stakeholders inside 360 virtual environments. Whether, planning, designing, building or operating buildings, assets or interiors, Stickyworld offers the ability to engage wider groups in learning, reviewing or suggesting changes that positively impact project outcomes.

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Solutions


Stickyworld works across a wide range of industries where involving wider groups of people in the process really matters. Customers include designers, architects, developers, housing associations, local authorities, museums and universities. 

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Citizen Engagement

Local authorities, councils and community organisations engage local communities in shaping future plans and policies for an area.

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Planning Consultation

Contractors, developers, housing associations consult local residents in Stickyworld as part of pre-application consultations for their proposals.

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Design Review

Architects and designers organise online design reviews in Stickyworld inviting feedback from clients, colleagues and the wider office.

What customers say


Our solutions work for all kinds of organisations who seek the involvement of people in their work, including local government, developers, housing associations, architects, museums and universities.

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“We have found the visual focus of Stickyworld really useful to community groups in helping them engage with their wider community and communicate and get feedback on their ideas.”

- Catherine Greene, Royal College of Art

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“The combination of pictures and commentary on the site produced greater clarity of response.”

John Boyle Policy team, Wandsworth Council