Jason has been working with online communities since the start of the 1990s. His consultancy advice is backed by a strong technical knowledge built on over 10 years experience as a freelance consultant building sites and bespoke software. He is regularly quoted in the media on topics such as e-voting, e-democracy and e-government. His articles have been published in academic journals and consumer magazines. He is a professional member of the British Computer Society and the Association for Computing Machinery.
Jason graduated from the University of Warwick with a BSc(Hons) in Computer Science and Management Science. In 1999 he founded an online recruitment company and previous to that he started an educational software firm. While with Swing Digital he has completed an MSc in Technology and Innovation Management at the University of Sussex. In his spare time he is pursuing a doctorate at Sussex examining online consultations.
Jason maintains a blog and extensive personal writings at jasonkitcat.com
Project Support Officer
Ania is a highly accomplished researcher with experience managing projects in the advertising industry for commercial and non-profit clients.
She graduated with BA in Politics and MA in International Relations from the Marie Curie-Sklodowska University of Lublin (Poland). Recently she received an MSc in the European Policy Process from the University of Cardiff. She is in the process of completing a doctorate at the University of Lancaster studying electronic voting.
We all have a responsibility to protect our planet for future generations. We take that role seriously and ask our suppliers to do so also. The environmental impact of anything we do is always considered carefully.
- We keep printing to a minimum, printing only on-demand with papers from renewable and recycled sources.
- Wherever possible we travel by train, avoiding cars and planes.
- We recycle waste and redundant equipment.
These are just some of the actions we take to reduce our environmental impact. To learn more about climate change and environmental problems we highly recommend the film An Inconvenient Truth.