A strong creative fusion binds the eclectic skills and charisma of our team.

We bring together a collaboration of creative individuals whose passion for what they do has a dynamic spark and friction which ignites minds, generating the best ideas and unique creative, time after time.

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From intern
to fulltime

Miles Tincknell

Miles Tincknell


“Miles prides himself in being a full stack developer where no problem is too big, or issue too small to demand his attention. In other words, the ideal Tilter.”

Why did you want a career in web development?

I started out with a passion for digital design. It wasn't until I started to recognise the power of the web as a global, ubiquitous medium that I began to get interested in actually acquiring the skills needed to master the digital domain, a goal I am still a long way from hitting.

What made you want to intern at Tilt?

The show-reel featured an eclectic range of projects ranging from the big and broad to the small and focused. They also looked for potential just as much as experience.

What were your highs during your time as an intern?

Working on the PBS games, I mean, who doesn't want to get the opportunity to work on games?! Creating and playing with game mechanics while using the modern environment of HTML5 and JS. This got me enjoying my internship.

Any lows? Be honest…

When Banjo (one of two Tilt dogs) left for a while.

How did it feel to be offered a job at the end of your internship?

It felt amazing to have had my hard work and effort recognised. I was so happy that I even gave an impassioned speech. Rumours are that there were tears.

What kind of projects excite you, particularly at Tilt?

Ones where the whole team and office are collaborating in a manor that benefits all. Ones where you feel like you are all working towards a common and shared goal and are helping each other out, with discussion, listening, learning and progressing. Also the ones where you get to make cool shit.

Is there anyone in particular you look up to in the workplace?

It's hard not to admire the range and skill of everyone involved in the office, it feels more like a team than something focused on any individual.

What advice would you give to a future intern at Tilt?

Make it a point to mention what you want to work on, approach people and hold an informed opinion on things we are doing in order to stay involved and ultimately, enjoy it. The more you can get involved in, the more you can get out of it.

From freelance
to fulltime

Dave Weiss

Dave Weiss


“Dave's design flair, approach to the creative process and all-round niceness made offering him a permanent position a no-brainer.”

Why did you want a career in design?

So that I could be confronted every day with art and creativity.

What made you want to work at Tilt?

The high quality of their work client work, the place (Brighton), the fact that they push everything to the next level, and the quality of clients Tilt works with.

How did it feel to be offered a job?

Overwhelming, as the team put so much trust and belief in me and it’s just real big fun for me to work in this snazzy environment every day.

What projects excite you?

I love long term projects, which are really complex, detailed and challenging.

Is there anyone in particular you look up to in the workplace?

Merass, the Director of Film Production; he lounges so hard in his chair even though he is a new father and has loads to do.

What advice would you give to a future freelancer at Tilt?

Don’t hesitate and just apply. Expect a friendly environment, a high level of work standards and when you start working here bear one thing in mind: don’t use someone else's mug…