Taking care of your digital content

Content design :: Content strategy :: Content management

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I’m Fola Ekundayo, a Londonbased digital content professional with over 13 years experience in writing, editing and managing digital content.

I’ve been self-employed since 2012 and my clients have included government departments, public sector bodies, businesses, and charities.


  • At GOV.UK I developed processes to maintain editorial standards across hundreds of government departments and public bodies moving over to the new platform.

  • I was on the team that won the D&AD yellow pencil for writing design at the Government Digital Service.

  • I’ve also managed editorial teams to produce content to daily deadlines and provided training for internal and external teams.

With a background in Business and IT, I bring a strategic approach to everything I do. I bring my entrepreneurial mind and creative energy to generate fresh ideas and add value to your team or project.


I can help you with:

  • content strategy and governance

  • content management

  • content design 

  • search engine optimisation

  • creating copy optimised for search engines (SEO) 

  • microcopy (UX writing)

  • writing for the web training

  • proofreading and editing

  • editorial style and tone

Email me to discuss your content project, or to see a copy of my CV.

“Fola is an outstanding content designer – she uses data and evidence to understand what people are looking for and she has an instinctive understanding of how to communicate with them. She is determined and brilliant at convincing stakeholders why it’s important to publish user-focused content.”

Simon Kaplan, Government Digital Service content lead

“Working with Fola on developing our website was really great. She clearly understood the brief, how we expected the website to be used and developed the themes to provide the right look for us. She worked to deadline and aftercare and training for the staff meant that this website is very manageable.”

Jacqui Kean, Woodford Run the Race campaign