We help big organisations innovate like startups.
For the fourth and final Sidekick School project we looked at the problem of youth unemployment with the youth-led charity vInspired.
We're working with Red Bull on a novel accelerator programme for music startups - if you’ve got a creative, change-the-face-of-music startup, we’d love to hear from you.
For this new Sidekick School project we've teamed up with Inaura, the folks who dedicate their life to inclusion in education, to help transform Alternative Provision.
We're helping Comic Relief re-think their approach to income generation online, by launching six new products in just six weeks.
We helped Red Bull UK to conceive, design, build and launch a new user generated video platform in under four months.
Jointly is a mobile tool designed to support busy people who juggle working and looking after a loved one. Developed for CarersUK as part of the Sidekick School programme.
We helped the worlds largest qualitative research agency build a new business unit around a revolutionary mobile research app.
User research, user experience design and product strategy to help Charities Aid Foundation activate the next generation of givers through mobile technology.
We also make our own startups that try to solve problems that matter.
League of Meals aims to get everybody to cook better, and reduce household food waste. Subscribe to our cooking course, get all the ingredients you need, and connect with a community of learners.
A marketplace for over 50s to sell their amazing skills and knowledge as experiences. The Amazings earn. The world learns.
Buddy is a digital tool to support therapy services. Clients use SMS to keep a daily diary of what they are doing and how they are feeling, in order to reinforce positive behaviours.
Sometimes we just make things for fun.
An original concept in ofﬁce furniture design and electronics to make meetings better.
When we moved into our old office in Tanner Street we commissioned a mother ship of a custom desk. With a twist. This desk would have drawers that randomly opened and punched you in the gut.
Using Augmented Reality to make government spending easier to understand
A robot connected to the web, giving young people a direct voice in the Houses of Parliament.
A typewriter you can email.
A wooly heart that beats every time someone tweets a Valentines to that special somebody.