Shaun & Leigh have been working together for seven years, and bring a combined thirty-odd years of working in digital media, from global brand websites to niche apps.
Together they make an unique team. Working with existing teams and trusted associates they can develop high-value products, quickly and effectively.
We're upending the traditional agency model of big- bang, small impact, short shelf-life products that serve little purpose, and fail to entertain. We make products that provide actual value, feel fantastic and evolve quickly to become a core part of people's daily digital routine.
Craft is our watchword. We make products for ourselves, for startups and for big businesses. Every product teaches us something new, and we bring that experience to every product.
We are agile and lean. We make apps, games, social, retail, finance, news, desktop, video, audio, chatbots,business bots, cloudbots, wearables, hearables, cheerables, experiences, interfaces, APIs, strong,TLAs and things for the internet of things.
If it's got bits, we bake 'em. If you've got ideas, we make 'em.
Working out if your hospital or trust is effective is a challenge. We helped Imperial College London and Lord Darzi create a simple-to-use health check that enables hospitals around the world to take the pulse of their staff morale, and gauge institutional effectiveness with a short online survey.
An agile project to create an MVP for big 4 bank presents many challenges. Yet, in four months we helped a team at RBS go from Zero to Hero to create a new account opening app, that cut the time it takes to get an account open from 90 minutes to 10.
Retalk is a curated index of technical conference talks from all over the world. Searchable by subject, speaker, and conference it puts hundreds of video resources at your fingertips. Our own MVP makes the most of cloud services and iterative learning.
Sometimes it's necessary to challenge the rules, and Shaun helped build the Art Rules site. It was a social network experiment built for ICA members and guests to engage in the discussion about the 'rules of art'. An unique 'bubble' interface surfaced quotes as the jumping in point for those discussions.