By transforming business vision
into meaningful digital experiences,
we create future-proof relevance
for your brand & customers.
At Little Miss Robot, we believe that innovation and design are key to adapt, learn and respond to tomorrow’s opportunities.
This goes for big corporations trying to move forward, as well as for tech start-ups looking for product and market fit. While both types of organisation are extreme opposites - structure, culture, workflow, people and expertise - we believe they have a very similar goal:
Making the Right Product Happen Fast.
We are reaching out to creative, ambitious and talented students looking for a truly exceptional internship. Forget about campaign work, silly apps and internal time-to-kill projects. We’re calling out to those who want to make innovation happen. Those who want to work on products that have a positive & inspiring impact. Products that matter.
We live in a world where digital is no longer an extra virtual layer on top of our lives. Smartphones, Tablets, Laptops, Computers, Cars, Televisions, Watches, Glasses, … Everything around us is turning into access points, gateways to interactive services, making our lives just a little easier.
Slowly but surely WebRTC (real-time communication) is finding its way to the modern web. It’s one of those new API’s which allows browsers to access camera/microphone & share data via peer-to-peer connections, making it possible to run Skype-like applications in the browser. Although not fully implemented ...
Finding the right product is an important part of our product design approach at Little Miss Robot. During this Exploration & Discovery Phase we use collaborative design techniques to solve a problem or adapt to a certain need for our client’s customers.
Many people in the digital creative industry work in or for advertising. A mad men environment where clients and account managers ask us to create amazing work, often pissing all over it in the end. We carry the responsibility to deliver stunning results without the authority, process and budget we need. The result is frustration. They want us to be super creative and innovative, but only need us to help selling more and more products.
Talent wins games,
teamwork wins championships.