Digit were producing an online game for the WWF (the charity, not the wrestlers), and I was invited in to animate the multitude of miniature characters and elements involved in the game. I remember this project fondly because I used to get very, very drunk at lunchtimes, back when Digit was just over the road from The Golden Heart. Sandra would have to disconnect the phone to process any card transactions but she was always calling someone - so she gave us a slate. A SLATE. I felt like I was living in an 80s sitcom. A slate. In a pub. Amazing. The project ended rather abruptly when it ran out of money / backers. It was handy because we were a bit behind with things anyway. It was all good fun, back in the days when projects were fun. And you could drink at lunch. And no one mentioned words like 'UX' or 'chat bots' or shit like that. Christ, it was the end of the Flash era I guess and the end of making things that felt worthwhile. Now it's animating apps before some junior designer figures out how to use some £5 app that can replace me. It's all gone, and it's never coming back.