We help companies save money by improving their ability to work effectively as well as improving communication with their clients, staff and stakeholders.
Our work focuses on the interaction between people and technologies whether that is designing eLearning tools, data dashboards or engagement tools. We use a range of research based techniques to understand the needs of the client and end user, which leads to high quality product and service design.
We are leading experts in stakeholder engagement and co-production working with a strong focus on collaboration. We have worked with organisation ranging from Telecoms, Universities, Museums, the NHS, Department of Health, Manufacturing and Charities. Consider bITjAM as your next partner for digital design, digital R&D or stakeholder engagement project.
Meet the team
At bITjAM we have some of the most creative designers and inventors of digital products that have created a huge difference in the NHS, Universities, Academies, Conservation Trusts and Arts and Culture.
Carl (Carl Plant) boasts vast amounts of experience in a digital environment. His technical knowledge of system development and databases is harnessed in every stakeholder engagement project.
Ben (Benedict McManus) is the digital lead creative on all commissions. His extensive work with businesses and public sector organisations has delivered excellent results.
Digital Curator and Interaction Designer
Iona (Iona Makiola AHRC PhD Candidate) is a researcher and digital artist working in a mixed media environment. Her project work includes interactive arts programmes and commercial collaboration projects.
Dr Emma Dawson Varughese is a published, qualitative researcher. She develops creative materials and innovative approaches in order to generate, collect and document ideas and data.
We work on a wide range of projects which require a rich mix of technologies and skills. Our associates provide research, educational and design skills.
Our associates are selected on a project by project basis depending on the requirements and objectives.