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Juliet has worked in digital media for over 10 years and specialises in delivering interactive projects with a broadcast tie-in. She has produced games and websites for many well-loved children’s brands and produced the original website and games for CBBC’s ‘Smile’ which won a Children’s BAFTA in 2005. Juliet takes an executive producer role on many of Plug-in’s projects such as the BAFTA winning ‘Big and Small’ Online and more recently ‘ZingZillas’. She has a passion for innovative cross-platform projects and has been involved with a number of cross-media initiatives. Juliet loves involving kids in the design process and has undertaken usability studies with groups of children of all ages.
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