The successful initiation, execution, and completion of complex client projects rest on Benjamin’s shoulders. Fortunately, he has an impeccable track record for translating requirements into high-quality solutions using Agile methodology as a Certified ScrumMaster or the waterfall approach.
Originally from France, Benjamin is an invaluable member of the team with over 10 years of web design and full-stack development experience. He has built countless secure, reliable websites, so he knows how to structure a project best to guarantee success.
“ It has been a real pleasure working with Cyber-Duck. They helped us breathe new life into subjects that usually seem a little dry - which was the ultimate goal of the project. ”
Head of Media, The European Commission
Benjamin is a chartered manager
Benjamin is a certified scrum master
Techie of the Year
BIMA Hot 100
Production Team of the Year (UX)
National Graduate Recruitment Award
The Mozilla Foundation celebrates the open web, bringing together creators to inspire, teach, and hack innovative solutions. Benjamin and Danny ran a workshop around the core principles and techniques of our user-centered design (UCD) process and how it can help designers and developers build better product experiences for their users when considering the Internet of Things (IoT).
Benjamin’s team was crowned as winners of the Barclays Hackathon at unBound London! Participants were challenged to ideate and create products that could help shape the future of FinTech. In less than two days, our team combined Barclays’ APIs with an innovative Internet of Things concept that the judges loved
Benjamin took part in hosting the Young Rewired State’s Festival of Code as a YRS Regional Centre. We mentored and facilitated six aspirational coders aged 13-17 at our Elstree offices as they took part in the biggest youth coding event in the UK. Their concept Establish.Me won
Benjamin climbed Mont Blanc in France to raise money for our client, charity Goods for Good, in 2017. He aimed to raise 10p for each meter he climbed of the 4,810m mountain and has exceeded his target by raising more than £500. His efforts were featured in the local news.
Aquavit and Coffee
Kendo & Ice Hockey
Internet of Things