Makàra is a one man consultancy that helps businesses elevate the value they create to their clients through the analysis of interfaces, processes, technologies and designing, experimenting, testing and implementing ideas and concepts.
In this 1h session we will determine the most pressing business and digital challenges and any potential future road blocks to your company's growth.
We will envision the steps necessary to solve your current digital challenges, while considering new possible business opportunities.
Make your business resilient and adaptable to the future. Implement the strategy taking actions towards your goal.
To keep your plan on track I will check on the success and direction, of the changes you are implementing.
Find out what improvements need to be made to optimise your website or app.Learn about audits
Learn business, creativity and foresight skills to keep relevant and valuable for your clients.Learn about workshops
Be ahead and anticipate where the trends could lead, take the head start of forward thinking.Learn about forecasts
We seek to understand and to align with you to deliver the best possible value to your clients.
We believe work tastes better when play, curiosity, exploration and experimentation have room in our exchanges.
We foster your adaptation skill at your pace and true to your brand.
We value relationships are aware and based on interdependence (from us to you from you to your clients, and so on).
Ngatye Brian Oko (AKA Explorimentalist) is a Spaniard and Ndowe (3rd culture kid) living in London, the father of one, manga and animation lover, beat making hobbyist and occasional poet that happens to do UX design for the last 8 years.
Ngatye has always been fascinated by the future. He has a strong drive to understand and use new and upcoming technologies to serve people in an honest and personal way. Professionally, he is been involved in financial, charity, hospitality, publishing projects among others.
He was previously an Industrial Design Engineer, Interaction Designer at Method, co-founder of Fab-Lab Umeå, UX designer at Big Radical (Monetise Create), and Senior UX Designer at Totally Money.
Find more about his work at www.hey-oko.com or his Linkedin profile.
The name Makàra came from Ngatye's paying homage to his cultural heritage recipes. Makàra is a very popular banana fritter savoured around Equatorial Guinea. He wanted his consultancy to embody the simplicity, respect for cultural values and the lightness of a conversation over this breakfast dish that keeps people's hunger at bay.
If you would like to make it at home check the recipe.