Damibu is a Liverpool-based digital technology studio dedicated to undertaking projects that provide a significant social value.
We want to make a positive impact in the world, which is how we became specialists in preventative healthcare solutions, digital behaviour change interventions and technology to support modern service design in public sector organisations.
Founded by Dave Burrows in 2011, we believe that 'doing digital' is more than simply doing things the same way but on a digital device. Digital technology is an opportunity and it's our job to make the most of that opportunity through carefully created, thoroughly researched and lovingly developed technology solutions.
We are passionate about improving the way that data is turned into information, and how that information is communicated.
The company has grown to be a leading provider of digital information platforms, in particularly to the health sector. Working extensively with public sector organisations using co-creation techniques, we have established a reputation for innovative problem solving that gives great results for our customers and for the people they serve.
Lets create things together
“Working with Damibu has been both great and really interesting, Kate and John have been extremely helpful and professional whenever we have worked together. They have happily met with us on numerous occaisions so we can both share what we do and what work we are currently working on and discuss how we can work together” Jessica Anderson, Digital Health Team, PSS
“The sessions applied the human centred design process and the way in which they engaged with the particular group of service users was admirable, this was always carried out with patience and empathy” Anna Richards, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
“Damibu have a very creative and collaborative approach, supported by extremely efficient project management skills. This has been a great project to work on together, and the Damibu team have brought a dynamic and engaging new approach to interpretation to the Lady Lever Art Gallery.” – Jane Skinner,
National Museums Liverpool
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