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Our Mission To Put People in the Centre of Green Energy

We are here to help organisations put people in the centre of green energy. We apply user-obsessed design, strategy and development practices to bridge the gap between technical innovation and genuine user value, cutting through the noise to actionable, valuable insights and innovative digital products.

Open Banking: Behind the Vault #1 Snoop

Welcome to the first interview of the Open Banking: Behind the Vault series where we are joined by experts in the world of Fintech to take stock of Open Banking so far and to engage in a bit of future-gazing. 

Inclusive user research: focus on accessibility in automobility

At the end of last year, Hi Mum! Said Dad's Design and Strategy Director Tim Smith joined the lovely people at The Research Thing to talk about 'Design vs. Human behaviour'. Tim discussed his experience with accessibility design and his observations around how and why design can sometimes fight against us as people.

Open Banking: Behind the Vault #2 Monzo

Welcome to the second interview of the Open Banking: Behind the Vault series where we are joined by experts in the world of Fintech to take stock of Open Banking so far and to engage in a bit of future-gazing. 

Open Future World – Snoop & Hi Mum! Said Dad

We're delighted to feature alongside Snoop, in the first-ever Open Future World Case Studies ebook. The ebook aims to share some of today’s most interesting examples of open banking (and open finance). Read the featured Snoop case study in full here.

Open Banking: Behind the Vault #4 untied

Welcome to the fourth interview of the Open Banking: Behind the Vault series where we are joined by experts in the world of Fintech to take stock of Open Banking so far and to engage in a bit of future-gazing. 

Open Banking: The Endgame

Open Banking. It’s a term that has been bandied around in tech and financial circles for what feels like a lifetime. But if we are honest, it has been a bit of a damp squib so far. The banks have complied and basic account aggregation exists but it’s hard not to feel a slight pang of disappointment considering all the rhetoric of its arrival heralding a sea change in the way financial services work in this country.

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Echo Auto I Spy: Mitigating Motion sickness in the car

One in three passengers suffer from motion sickness in the car. This is becoming an increasing problem for children, with the popularity of using smartphones and tablets on a journey. Award-winning digital product and voice studio Hi Mum! Said Dad has devised an innovative voice game on Alexa Auto that mitigates car sickness for children.