Nick Marsh is a designer trying desperately to avoid becoming a business guy.
Most recently he co-founded Makeshift, a digital product design company that builds tools for startups, with hacker Stef Lewandowski and investor Paul Birch. At Makeshift he mainly does 'all the other stuff', but tries spend time on product strategy, studio culture and generally making Makeshift the best place in the world to be a digital maker.
Prior to Makeshift he ran an innovation consultancy called Sidekick Studios, working with big brands like Red Bull, Barclays and Unilever to help them build new products, faster.
Nick graduated from Goldsmiths University with a first class degree in Design, is an RSA fellow and has received various random awards for stuff he designed, including his proudest achievement of all time - first place and £250 for redesigning the King Edward VII school logo aged 13.