Running in the Halls

Apps, websites, games & experiences

Record breaking

We teamed up with Namco Bandai and The Gadget Show to break the Guinness World Record for the world's largest architectural projection mapped game, featuring the world's favourite and most recognised retro gaming character, Pac-Man.


We are an interactive agency that designs and develops apps, websites and large scale interactive installations. We love new challenges and we love working on interesting and engaging projects.

Specialist skills

The projects that we work on at Running in the Halls are eclectic and they reflect our varied interests and skills. Yes, we make apps and websites but we also deliver engaging interactive installations and offer full digital consultancy.

Concept development

  • Helping you develop your idea
  • Visual development & prototyping
  • User experience design
  • Research & planning for your target market
    New product design & consultancy

Making and building

  • Interface Design & Illustration
    Mobile design & development
    • Fully native iOS & Android apps
    • Hybrid Apps (Phonegap)
  • Responsive Web Development
  • Data driven web services
  • Games
    • Unity 3D Game Development
    • HTML5 Games
      Flash Games Development
  • Realtime Multi-user participation apps (Node JS)
  • Physical Computing


Due to commercial confidentiality, and how we work with larger agencies, we can’t always show the work we do. But we’re happy to show you more once you get in touch. Here is a sample of some of our recent work in the interactive design and development domain:

Apps & games development

  • iOS & Android app for The University of Huddersfield
  • Christies auction house iPad app
  • iPhone game for HarperCollins & Marcus du Sautoy
  • Hamnasya gamebook series for Blue Flame Publishing

Interactive websites & web technologies

  • Responsive web design
  • Web app development
  • Wordpress customisation
  • Gamification and engagement

Interactive installation + specialist projects

  • One off installations for trade shows
    Stephen Fry: Gadget Man - Channel 4
  • The Gadget Show - Channel 5
    • Battlefield 3 Simulator
    • Football goal line technology
    • Game Challenge: Mech-fu


Our working process is flexible to the requirements of each project. Although no two projects are the same, we have established patterns of work which will help ensure your project gets delivered on time, to budget and to an agreed specification. A typical project usually goes through seven stages: exploration, definition, development, testing, deployment, support and consultation.


The beginning of a project is perhaps the most important stage of the process. Exploration means that we ask you the right questions and get all the information we need to put the project in a broad context.


Once we’ve analysed the project requirements we develop a very detailed work order. It lists the estimated timescales and exact costs. This is where we agree on what gets done and what we require from you or any third parties.


The development process for each project varies significantly but we use a combination of techniques and best practices and project management methodologies to make sure things are kept on track and on brief.

Testing & Deployment

During development, after development and before launch we constantly test to make sure any issues and inconsistencies are ironed out before your users see or interact with anything.

Support, Training & Consultation

The support work we do is broad and encompasses everything from updating, developing and refining your product to deal with new business directions, to training you on how to get the most out of what you have commissioned. We use focus groups, group brainstorming, live prototyping as well as direct user behaviour observation to consult on future development work and the evaluation and refinement of existing work.

Contact us

The first step to realising your project is to pick up the phone and talk to us. Or you could drop us an email with some brief information and ask us to get in touch.

+44 1484 768 299

Company number: 06998096
VAT number: 106-1946-30

Running in the Hall Limited
Fairfield Mills,
Queen Street South,
West Yorkshire
United Kingdom