fffunction on life, the web and collaborative working

fffunction is a design house with hubs in Bristol and Penryn, Cornwall. Currently the team are collectively sporting five tattoos and 2.8 beards. They've drunk 2844 cups of tea and 1269 coffees (these numbers were correct at the time of publication). The friendly and predominantly clean-shaven bunch has also turned out some cracking work. Projects include creating the 2012 Brooklyn Beta site, and building a new web-front for musical instrument makers, Roland UK. It also produced a website for the conservation minded Global Tree Campaign. We caught up with the fffunction team and discussed life, the web and collaborative working.

So, fffunction. Who are you and why the liberal use of the letter 'f'?

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