From the BlogAgile apocrypha and an ad-hoc manifesto

Back in 2014, Rupert Redington and I were at Nordev, thinking to ourselves: "Why are there no Norfolk-based speakers on the main stage?" A brief whinge later, and Paul Grenyer was calling our bluff... Fast forward 2015, we're wondering what to talk about, and how to reply to an email…

From the BlogIn Search of an Intuitive Interface?

Neontribe are big fans of open data, and last summer we got involved with a fascinating project using never-before-published data from the charitable sector. Our work made us revisit one of our fundamental assumptions about the goal of a user interface. The opportunity came about thanks to a recommendation from…

From the BlogHiring again...

Neontribe are looking for developers. We're a software development company working on mobile, voice and web user interfaces and the APIs that power them. We've a national reputation for our work in tech-for-good, an international reputation in travel and tourism and more work coming our way. We'd like to find…

From the BlogDiscovery and direction

At Neontribe we’ve been all fired up by a tiny discovery project that we’ve recently been doing for the Alexandra Rose Charity and their partners Food Matters, a leading UK food policy and advocacy organisation. Using a simple model of a couple of workshops and some thinking funded…

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