Mat is likely to be the first person you will speak to at Kind. He takes care of all the longterm strategic planning for our clients and then follows this through to ensure projects are not only delivered on time and on budget, but also meet the strategic objectives of our clients’ organisation.
A former developer himself, he understands digital projects inside and out and has a keen interest in creating digital products that intuitively meet user needs.
What if we could make data work for our users by creating a more relevant, engaging and personalised experience?
How do we go about creating a digital product that works both for an organisation and for its users?
As technical lead on all of our projects, Tom is responsible for ensuring our finished product is accessible, secure, fast and built to last. He has a particular interest in web performance, semantic markup and user-centred design.
Tom is one of those rare people in the digital industry who is as comfortable developing complex systems as he is theorising about user personas.
Find out what activities a good discovery phase consists of, and what the outcomes and deliverables tend to look like
Our Technical Director, Tom, just came back from the CraftCMS community's Dot All 2018 conference in Berlin. Here's what he took away from it.
Michelle spent the 10 years before joining Kind working for one of our clients; a private-public partnership between the UK government and the energy industry that was setup to research low-carbon energy technology. This experience developing communication strategies for complex ideas and information proves very valuable to our clients.
As well as being part of the team that carries out our user-centred discovery process, Michelle also works as our clients’ advocate, surfacing their needs and strategic objectives throughout the project process.
In my opinion, the role of any mentor is one of great significance and one which has impacted me greatly in my own career. But why is it so important?
Running a digital project can be a tricky process, if you are new to managing a web project, there is a lot to consider and even more to know when it comes to taking the information back to your internal stakeholders.
After decades of development experience, Seth now concentrates on what he enjoys most; front-end development.
He is a huge advocate for clean, semantic and accessible code that is structure for ease of use and maintenance.
The entire Kind team made it to this years New Adventures conference, and we learnt a lot!
Maria’s experience working on large and complex UX and UI projects for digital project management systems has honed her eye for detail and interest in design systems, helping to bring efficiency to the design process without compromising on creativity.
Ben has a passion for strong typography, simple interfaces and a user-centric design approach and has brought those ideals to successful projects for complex startups to large corporates.