The brightest solutions to the biggest challenges
At BrightMinded we think that coding is creative – it’s about finding the brightest solutions to the biggest challenges.
We’re a team of highly-experienced software engineers and we work with reliable local partners that complement our skill sets. Our founders have worked together since 2006 and have a combined 50 years of software engineering experience, as well as 15 years of product management.
How we operate
We’re professional, open-minded and agile, and we’ll ensure you get the best possible solution for the budget available. We’ve worked with highly demanding clients, ranging from small Brighton boutiques to international charities like WWF and global banks like JP Morgan.
As well as client-driven projects we also build our own applications. Have a look at some examples of our work here.
And here we are (most of us at least):
Junior Developer and Support Consultant
Social Media Consultant
Applied Cognitive Scientist
UX and design consultant
The team are phenomenally helpful, both to their employees and their clients.
Jos van der Steen, Strategic Growth Manager, Holovis
worked at BrightMinded in 2013/2014
What impressed me most was the true passion that the people share for their job and related project.
Domenico Brambati, Advisory Service Associate, Moody’s Analytics
worked at BrightMinded in 2016
Management is open minded, listens to and values your opinion and ideas, helpful and interested in your development. I always felt I was important.
Tatjana Kolhapure, Web Application Developer, MOHC Ltd
worked at BrightMinded in 2017/2018
Though my time at BrightMinded was short, the team made me feel very included and welcomed.
Teodora Sevastru, Blockchain Marketing Campaigns and Communication Manager, Artos Systems
worked at BrightMinded in 2018
We’ve come a long way since the first day our bright minds came together…
BrightMinded Ltd was founded. It was like the big bang all over again.
We released our first product: the Facebook shop! Several clients used them but, alas, the hype faded quickly.
We moved into our first office space on Wilbury Villas.
Dan C began cycling to the office from Lewes. He’s since travelled around the planet once, while making eight trips up Mt Everest a year on his bike!
We employed our first recruit, Zara, followed closely thereafter by Jos and Clara.
We made it to the finals of IBM Watson’s developer challenge with our fitness idea TRAIN ME.
At our go-karting session Cris reminded everyone why he must never be given a driving licence.
We participated in the TechnoGym sponsored accelerator in Venice, where TRAIN ME turned into Flair.
We created the Trumpalyser, an AI tool to perform sentiment analysis on the Tweets from POTUS. Trumpalyser has since unplugged itself in disbelief.
To cope with our growth, we moved to bigger offices in The Dock Hub for the fourth time and on to the fourth floor.
We launched the Brighton & Hove Coronavirus support site, in partnership with Community Works and Trust for Developing Communities.
We started the development of a machine learning solution to recommend images for marketing campaigns, based on the campaign content. Project name: KAPOW.
Moved to The Dock Hub
Dan sets off cycling
IBM Watson finalist
Go-karting crash Cris
TechnoGym sponsored accelerator
Creation of Trumpalyser
We move again
Brighton & Hove COVID site
Creation of KAPOW
We use technology to push the boundaries and solve real-world business challenges for our clients.