Adam’s main task at the moment is to get the flash courses on the Learn My Way website working on tablets, smartphones and other mobile devices. When not working on these HTML5 courses, he can usually be found working on a variety of small projects that keep our work ticking along.
Test and Release Manager
As part of the digital team, Angie’s role is to increase the quality of software releases that are made live. She designs, plans and executes tests ensuring our systems work as intended and ensures that data quality is maintained, with an eye on usability.
Claudio develops new and existing digital products that help meet the Good Things Foundation's social aims. He resolves system issues for internal and external customers and keeps up to date with the latest technologies relevant to the team.
IT Support Technician
Gavin makes improvements to our IT infrastructure, provides internal IT support, and helps implement new processes within the organisation.
Head of Technology
Jamie’s role at Good Things involves ensuring the software that sits behind our websites is built to last and can adapt to future changes. He looks at the technology we develop and use at Good Things Foundation and makes sure it is able to meet the needs of the organisation and the people we serve. Jamie believes our technology needs not only to suit our needs today but also tomorrow and it needs to be accessible to all.
Jamie leads on the frontend technical development of key projects, like Next Gen Learn My Way.
The focus of Phil's day-to-day role is the user and how all the digital team's front-end work satisfies the user's needs. His role ranges from UX analysis and interface design through to advising the team on best practice and sometimes even building the front-end. He likes his role as it is very varied and he gets to problem-solve on a daily basis. There's never a dull moment.