Sheila Urbanoski founded SheShe in 2008 to offer a simpler, more pragmatic approach to digital project delivery and production. Using a virtual agency approach we avoid the high overhead and operation costs of brick-and-mortar agencies: a saving we can pass on to our clients.

We like to keep things simple at SheShe. Founder Sheila Urbanoski does the management, to reduce time impact for both clients and the production team. The development, UX and design teams can focus on their work, knowing that they have a clear spec and understanding of what needs doing. And clients get a plain English product delivery experience with maximised budget and low stress. SheShe has a core and highly select group of experts on call, scattered across Europe. Each of us has a particular specialisation and our combined wealth of experience means we are able to offer the best and latest in innovation and outstanding user-centred delivery.

Our clients in the public, charity, third and private sectors work with us on projects from the small scale tiny websites to multi-million pound, multi-year system deliveries. SheShe specialises in technically challenging and large scale implementation, with the transformation, migration and business change management needed. We excel in delivering projects on time and on budget and offer proven creative, user-centred and superior technical solutions, always.

Not to say we don’t do little projects. We have a soft spot for small businesses, artists, charities and those who work hard to make the world better.

SheShe runs a popular mentoring programme with people of all ages who are looking to work in the digital world. Our minions have gone on to roles in retail, aviation, government, banking, design agencies, sports teams, and more. All we ask is that they mentor someone, too, and spread the love.

Really, we just love building stuff, and hope you will like building stuff with us.

About Sheila Urbanoski

All the way from Wishart, Saskatchewan, Sheila left the farm for a pretty damn successful career as a painter during her first stint at university, later progressing to performance and video art. Having discovered programming through editing video and burdened with a BFA, she shifted her educational focus to engineering. And along the way, became an extremely early adopter of the internet  (so early that she first coded websites in SGML). Although technology was in the foreground, art was always in the background and she continued to meld the two disciplines in her career.  She went to London in 1998 to work for Razorfish as Head of Interface Development and bar extensive travelling has been based there since. After leaving the agency world, she focussed on project management and technical delivery as a consultant, later founding SheShe.