TFMA
08 2015-04

LivingLens wins Tech of the Future start-up competition

Collider, the B2Brand tech start-up accelerator, was invited to host a competition at this year’s Technology for Marketing & Advertising conference! This year, TFMA was bigger and better than ever and LivingLens was part of a special event to host innovative and disruptive digital startups who can solve problems a brand is facing.  All the […]

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08 2015-04

We are recruiting – come join our team!!

We have an immediate requirement for an in-house developer.  This can be temporary, freelance, part time or full time, depending on your attitude, skill set and desire.  We need you to be based in our Liverpool office at least 2-3 days per week, coding and giving tech advice. Out current platform requires someone with C#.NET […]

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London office
01 2014-10

New London Office

Expansion plans continue for LivingLens and we are delighted to announce the September opening of a London office, which will accommodate growing staff numbers within the company. The opening of the new office is an important step in us realising our goals as we move forward with LivingLens.

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Livinglens team
17 2014-09

Livinglens secures additional seed investment

We are delighted and also proud of ourselves, to have secured  over £200k of seed investment. We now plan to further increase the breadth of our solutions and expand our sales and servicing capability, as well as moving forward with the opening of a London Office. The market research sector is primed for disruptive technologies […]

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08 2014-08

Our Team is Growing

We are pleased to welcome two new members of staff! Karl Walker CTO , joined us in May and is already proving himself invaluable to the company.  Florence Kirk recently joined and is our first London-based team member and  Client Account Manager, both are great new additions to our company.  

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mom test cover
04 2013-10

Carl’s blog: I hate the Mom’s test…. oh no, actually I love it!

The term minimalism is also used to describe a trend in design and architecture where in the subject is reduced to its necessary elements. Minimalist design has been highly influenced by Japanese traditional design and architecture. In addition, the work of De Stijl artists is a major source of reference for this kind of work.

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