About Us

Dunedin Multimedia was founded in 1995. Over the years we have produced software and print resources under our own imprint, and for business, government and not-for-profit organisations.

Our educational publications focus on providing innovative classroom resources for people of all abilities. We work closely with teachers and other practitioners to create affordable, high quality, flexible teaching and learning materials that work.

Dunedin Multimedia is a stable and reliable partner. Our contract work is completed on time and on budget. Testimonials provided upon request.

Visit our other websites: www.dunedinmultimedia.com and www.face-cards.com


Company highlights:

1995: Dunedin Multimedia Ltd. formed as a spin-off from Strathclyde University.

1996-98: First educational CD-ROM titles published.

1999-2000: We produce Scottish History CD-ROMs and printed materials for the Scottish Education Department.

2001-07: Eight sign language CD-ROMs, fingerspelling posters produced for Scottish charity Stories in the Air.

2007: Launch of face-cards. Release of "Coping with Chaos".

2009: face-cards featured in BBC TV documentary, "The Autistic Me".

2009: We supply 1000 face-card packs to the Autism Education Trust.

2010: First mobile apps for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch published on the iTunes store.

2010:: Our first e-book, "From Rebel to Hero" is published for the Kindle.

2011: "Emotion" posters supplied to Avon and Somerset Constabulary.

2011-12: We develop a range of mobile and desktop apps ranging from business continuity to physiotherapy for clients of Jewel & Esk College and Edinburgh College under the 2kt and STAR programmes.

2012: We produce updated versions of the BSL Dictionary, Sign Bridge to Literacy and BSL Numeracy software for Stories in the Air

2013: Emo Control for iPad and AspieGirl for Android apps are released.

2015: Emotions for Visual Thinkers is published. The company marks its 20th year in business.