a for agile

We are devoted to helping people learn, think, and create better.

We endeavour to record, study, and promote their living heritage and identity. We undertake research on the functions and values of their cultural expressions and practices.

We develop solutions to ease them through our times.

d for development

We create digital products, provide UX design services and organise industry events and workshops.

We work across business, technical, visual and marketing levels, to ensure that the final product experience does not degrade because of politics, budgets and strong personalities.

We think hard and play even harder, not only from a design perspective, but on project management and engineering aspects, mitigating risk for you (and us).

ax for analogue

em for digital

Got Skills

join the web revolution

Interns are an important part of our company life. Whether you sign on for a one-time summer internship or an on-going internship during the academic year, you’ll be working on real projects, learn the tricks of the trade and have the opportunity to make increasingly big contributions.

Join our UI/UX design team now, to work in areas such as web design, wireframing, illustration, requirements development, communications, marketing, operations and general wellness. This is hands-on learning at its best!

All email applications from University of the Aegean undergraduate students should be accompanied by a portfolio of professional, academic and personal work samples (in pdf, blog, gallery or other digital format) and a motivation letter. Internships start and end dates are flexible with regard to academic schedules, but you’ll be expected to commit to at least two months of full-time work.

Dream Job


What is *the path* to your dream job? You might want to click through the slides to find out!

A presentation by our beloved CTO and Demian Labs mastermind, @bibakis

Senior Developer

what does it take

…to become a senior developer? years of experience, of course, but also

…quality building and debugging skills (can you visualise the problem and the solution before writing a single line of code?)

…solid conceptual knowledge (can you fuel a conversation at the architecture level, rather than at the low implementation level?)

…and, most of all, not require handholding (can you be trusted on your own with little oversight, or even to mentor junior co-devs?)