Natural Interaction moves to bigger office
It’s been a great couple of years for Bristol based UX agency Natural Interaction.
Just last month, Adam Babajee-Pycroft and his team were ranked by Agency Spotter as one of the UK’s top 20 User Experience agencies and top 20 mobile agencies, thanks to their 5-star customer recommendations received on the site.
Over the last 12 months, a number of new, high profile clients including National Trust and Unite Students have chosen to use Natural Interaction. As a result, the team has grown. Last April they welcomed David Crossland to the team and in January, Kathryn Davies joined as their Head of User Research.
Having almost doubled in size over the last year, it’s no surprise that space was getting a little tight in the tiny Natural Interaction office at the Paintworks. And so, you can now find them in a bigger, brighter Broad Quay office, right on the waterfront in the heart of Bristol. They’re in good company there, with entrepreneurial companies such as Just Eat, ForgeRock and Cray in the same building and many of their clients within walking distance.