Our team of crack consultants and developers mean we have the experience, knowledge and skills to tackle any online engagement project you might like to throw at us.
Dave has been advising government on how to make best use of social technology to engage with communities and citizens since 2004.
He has worked at all levels of government, from parish councils to 10 Downing Street, and is a regular keynote speaker at conferences.
He blogs regularly here at kindofdigital.com (formerly on his own blog, DavePress) and tweets as @davebriggs
More biographical info and hi-res photos are here, if you want them.
Catherine is an experienced and professional project manager, who has worked in diverse environments such as further education colleges and large scale engineering plants.
She has the unenviable task of dealing with the finances, project management and also ensuring Dave turns up on time to meetings.
She occasionally blogs at Cather.in and tweets as @davebriggswife
A qualified project manager, Fraser led the pilots for the ODPM Local eDemocracy National Project in 2004 under the keep of North Lincolnshire Council and was Centre Manager at the CLG sponsored International Centre of Excellent for Local eDemocracy. Fraser has been working on long term contracts with the North Lincolnshire Digital Inclusion Unit and is an active associate of The Consultation Institute. Recent work includes European Commission projects around the networking of practitioners and digital participation in the legislation making process, e-Health initiatives and assisting with national guidelines on ePetitioning.
Tim joined Kind of Digital as an Associate in August 2011. Tim is a Creative Economy consultant with ten years’ experience in organisational development, project management, strategy and policy, especially across the UK and Europe’s creative and digital sectors.
Tim specialises in business and enterprise development, facilitation and action learning, feasibility and evaluation, bid writing and funding strategy, scoping, mapping and cultural planning.
Ben is an experienced public relations professional. He has a particular interest in how communities use digital communications.
He has worked at senior level in local government and within social enterprise. He provides training and consultancy to public sector and community sector organisations.
He is an experienced and sought after trainer and facilitator.
He sometimes blogs here at kindofdigital.com and often over at benproctor.co.uk/blog. He tweets as @likeaword.
Andrew is a WordPress wizard, who builds all our awesome sites and tools for our clients. He’s also a dab hand with a video camera too!
Andrew is also well versed in online communications, social media techniques, open data, SQL databases, programming and the creation of media such as music and video, having used a variety of commercial and open source tools. He also has experience in the creation of assets and media for print.
See his blog at andrewbeeken.co.uk – he also tweets as @abeeken
Phil is primarily a WordPress developer, having used the popular platform for 7 years. In this time he has worked for many and varied clients including Incsub, operators of Edublogs, the largest WordPress network after WordPress.com.
He has an online marketing background, having co-founded a successful search engine optimisation and pay-per-click marketing agency at the age of 18. It was there that Phil personally managed in excess of £1m in ad spend through Google alone.