About Glue

Giant Leaps for Universal Experiences

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Glue is a fast-paced digital research, design, and validation studio for challenger brands and evolving organisations.

We specialise in helping commercial and product teams break through legacy practices and conditional thinking, empowering them to innovate with high precision and predictability.

Born out of a passion for commercialism, validation, and efficiency. Our capabilities and frameworks reflect our passion and beliefs, and are a perfect mix of commercial thinking, creativity, and innovation.

Our mission is to continually embrace our beliefs and build a community around these shared objectives, cultural values, and commercial principles.

Weโ€™re an authentic, values-based team, continually driven to build sustainable relationships through honesty, well-being, and professionalism.

Business-critical digital experiences, driven by the latest technologies, intelligent design, and rapid agile delivery frameworks.

Meet our core team

Aimee Wilcox - UX Researcher @ Glue
Aimee WilcoxUX Researcher
Andy DunnSales & Marketing Lead
Billy Clarke - Managing Director @ Glue
Billy ClarkeDelivery Director
Dave Warren - Head of Product Design @ Glue
Dave WarrenHead of Product Design
Ed GrantCommercial Director
Leanne Morrissey - Client Services Manager @ Glue
Leanne MorrisseyClient Services Manager
Lee CramptonManaging Director
Leigh Wodke - Product Designer @ Glue
Leigh WodkeProduct Designer
Romaric Delahaie - Operations Manager @ Glue
Romaric DelahaieOperations Manager

We work with category-winning
product teams from across the world

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