We're Human, an interface company old enough to buy booze. We've pushed pixels above and beyond many times through the years, enough that they've even put us in a Japanese book.
We believe websites can run faster, remotes can look better and parmiggiano reggiano can't be put on seafood. If you don't agree, find another company.
Denis, and the rest of us
We have 40 ticking hearts and 80 functional ears although Denis is a little bit deaf. Maybe 79, then. We hear each other out, discuss the trends, set some new ones and enjoy the ride. Except Denis, he goes halfway.
We’re not freelancers, we have each others back. We clock in and we clock out. After we clock out, we grab ourselves a beer.
At Human things are a bit different. It has nothing to do with the working hours, the type of work, the usual panic mode. It's something else. You can feel it when you get here.
Imagine a regular office space, glass walls and happily frustrated designers, it can be anywhere from Silicon Valley up to Peckham. That image - that's not us.
We're in the garden. Pepa, our JS maniac is chain-smoking, someone is always catching a few rays of sun, a dog in the background is shitting near the bushes.
We work weekends, we work late nights, we sometimes work at the office, it's up to us. Nobody is counting, yet somehow things get done. Life's good, there aren't any glass doors, the juice is sweeter.
We have a few principles we believe in. They help us get through the day, it's an addendum to the ten commandments if you ask us.
Always start with “Why”
Choose the right tools
Drop the "I've always done it like this" attitude
Arguments before hierarchy
Truth, nothing but the truth
If that works for you, maybe we should go on a date?