As the design partner for large organisations through to scale-ups, our multi-disciplinary teams solve complex business problems and discover opportunities to mature and transform service experiences.What makes us different
Our agency was born from the belief that we design better products and services when designers, strategists, and technologists work together in multi-disciplinary teams.
How we help our clients
Discovery and problem solving
We bring together research from markets, stakeholders and customers to turn an organisations’ problems into opportunities
Validating ideas and service propositions
Our human-centric design approach involves testing propositions and solutions with customers to make good ideas even better and ensure the organisation invests in the right product roadmap
Whether our technologists are working as consultants to an in-house team or as an engineering team in our studio, our multi-disciplinary approach ensures the design intent is realised throughout the delivery lifecycle
Brands we've helped
Some of our recent work
Saving lives with voice services
Bringing Electrical Safety First’s product recall check closer to home
Experience design, engineering
Absurd helped us think about service innovation in a different light. The businesses that took part in the workshop increased their knowledge and skills in how to better understand their customers’ perspectives amongst an ever-changing technology landscape.
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Have you lost your voice?
After lots of talk around Voice Apps in the past few years, it’s gone a little bit quiet around voice. But now is not the time to lose your voice – and momentum around incorporating voice into a digital strategy to drive greater engagement with your brand or service.
Selfishness is still stifling success
Here at Absurd, we exist to ‘solve complex business problems’. So you’d assume that, given the number and different types of clients the team and I have worked on over the years (from huge corporations to charities) helping to solve business problems, we wouldn’t really see many common themes in the barriers businesses face when it comes to their digital transformation journeys.