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“Whether you are T-Shaped, Pi-Shaped, or even Pie-Shaped (the latter may occur after a few too many Friday team lunches), Adaptive Lab puts their employees' education and happiness first with 'ideas inboxes', retrospectives and a heft training budget.”
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You will be a creative thinker who is ambitious, curious, passionate and adaptable. You will enjoy collaboration, problem solving and not be afraid to fail. You will have a taste for innovation and have skills that make you a T-shaped - or even Pi-shaped - person. A job in London at
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We place the utmost importance on learning and development. To put it simply, without investing in our people we wouldn’t retain or attract top talent at the rate in which we do, we wouldn’t uphold our promise of delivering cutting edge innovative thinking, products and services to our clients, and we wouldn’t remain as market competitive.

From thorough onboarding to actionable development plans and active mentoring, we encourage ALabbers to speak about how they would like to develop regularly. To support this we have put in place measures to ensure we take the time to develop what truly matters to us and to make it easier to share our learning with one another.

This includes post-Friday lunch demos, retrospectives, our Ideas inbox, blog post writing and regular Slack chat. We make sure time is scheduled for extracurricular projects, and an individual training budget is allocated to buy tickets for events, attend classes or read interesting books.

We have a great multi-disciplinary team but we're always looking for smart people, ones who feel most comfortable when slightly out of their depth, to join our family.


  • A funky Shoreditch office
  • Comfy chairs
  • Flexible hours

  • We made an app for our Christmas treasure hunt!!
  • Local cinema takeovers
  • Day trips to the country
  • Team Work
    Everyone's ideas are listened to, and from cleaner to CEO, you all have a chance to contribute.
  • Super Cool
    If you love it when people wish they had your job, then getting up to work for these guys every day will be easy.
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    Be wrapped in a beautiful office and get inspired by the environment you work in every day.
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    Work with the latest technology and know that your workmates are as excited about it as you are.
Pi People #4 - Building a Creative Culture
25 Jul 2016
Pi People is an event series brought to you by Adaptive Lab, for people in the business of designing and growing digital products, services, and businesses.

In this video from the fourth Pi People event, Charlotte Gauthier, a freelance 'Product Mercenary', talks about the importance of building a creative culture within your company.

Adaptive Lab brings in former BBC creative director
19 Apr 2016

Former Amazon UX & design manager and BBC creative director Scott Byrne-Fraser has joined digital innovation agency Adaptive Lab.

Adaptive Lab was set up by managing director James Haycock five years ago, and has subsequently grown to have an increasing presence in sectors including finance, healthcare, telecommunications and media.

Byrne-Fraser joins the firm with over 14 years experience and will focus on developing Adaptive Lab’s expertise in user experience and design.

In his previous roles with companies including SKY, BBC Sport, BBC News and Amazon, Byrne-Fraser has built and led high-impact and influential user experience and design teams.

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