Helping you discover and enact new ways of thinking about people, process and technology.


Who are Anthrotechnic?

Anthrotechnic is the online home of Consultant and Digital Anthropologist Tim Saunders.

Here to help you deliver more effective digital outcomes for your clients, users and customers. Using a blend of consultancy, research, analysis and hands on delivery, we can help you make sense of your systems and users. Once we have helped you make sense of things, we can help you think strategically, act in the present and learn continuously.

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Our services

Something amiss with your process, organisation or people? We can work with you to uncover the root causes of your problems. Taking into consideration the technical and cultural landscape, we can get to the heart of the matter in no time.

Not sure where you should be heading with your products and services, or unsure what technical approaches will reap the most benefit? We can help you map the current contextual landscape and put together a strategy to help you make better decisions.

Need a fresh pair of eyes or just a different read on a situation? We can help you grasp an alternative point of view and bring fresh ideas to bear on things. Or perhaps you just want to have an exploratory conversation with your team, in a facilitated workshop - where we can help you generate a perspectival shift.

Using the power of Low/No code platforms - take your processes and tools to the next level, empowering your entire organisation. We can help you explore and implement Low/No code powered solutions, teaching you and your teams to get the most out of this new paradigm.

We can help you understand your customers, organisation or the broader cultural contexts you operate in. Our research is based on solid Ethnographic and Anthropological techniques, with real insights based on how things are - not how we want them to be.
Empowerment (Low/No code)


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Playing with modes of engagement

Let us, for a moment, consider that most internet of things: trolling, and flame wars. My supposition here is that far from being a disagreement over the internet, the very disposition and our modes of engagement with the internet is their cause.