People often come up to us and ask 'Why work at Lucky Duck?' Usually, our answer is something along the lines that working at Lucky Duck means you're part of a talented, creative, and inclusive family, full of passionate like-minded creators and problem solvers.
We'd probably mention the fact that our culture is geared towards working together at a sustainable pace to help ourselves, our friends, and our client partners to create amazing things in the digital world. We'd also likely say how we're proud that each person working at Lucky Duck has a tangible impact every day on our collective story.
Sometimes, however, we might answer more along the lines of 'Who are you, how do you know where I work, and why did you cross the street to ask me this?'... before politely asking you to leave us alone.
And we own that. Everyone has different strengths, so we work together as a team, to use all our collective strengths. Think of it like when the power rangers all combine into that cool big robot thing, but for websites.
Lucky to work with talented people, lucky to experiment with our skills, lucky to have clients and projects that inspire us, lucky to learn and create impact.
We love working together to solve problems, brainstorm and share ideas. We operate a strict no-judgement policy and respect everyone's ideas, so if you get stuck, no one's going to make fun of you and call you an idiot. Promise.
Yes. Oui. Sí. да. 是的. Those are just a few ways of saying 'yes'. Beyond the literal meaning though, we love to say yes to things you might ask us to do, too. Want to use a new language, tool, programme, or perfume? Yes, to all those requests, apart from the perfume one, we'd need to smell it first to check we like it.
Much like Pitbull, we’re worldwide, which is to say we have team members all over the globe. We use cool tools like Slack and Zoom to create awesome things across continents. This means we have a diverse set of people and views, making for more creative work and more interesting discussions about what we ate the night before.