Do It Kits is the home for all of the projects by Helen Leigh and her long-time collaborator and friend Phoenix Perry. We develop creative technology products, take commissions, host workshops and speak at events. We would love to work with you, so if you like what you do please reach out and let’s talk about how we can help (contact).
Helen Leigh is an author, education writer, and maker with a focus on creative use of new technologies. She has written playful technology education materials for National Geographic and Intel Education, and has developed a Design, Coding, and Electronics Course for the Royal Court of Oman. Helen lectures on electronics, physical computing, and music technology at Ravensbourne University and Tileyard Studios in London.
Helen is from Wales and lives in Berlin but is often found in London. You can say hello, ask questions, or show off your DIY electronics on Twitter, on Instagram or on Youtube.
Phoenix Perry creates physical games and user experiences with hardware and sound. As an advocate for women in game development, she founded Code Liberation Foundation, an organization that teaches women to program games for free. In her role at Goldsmiths, University of London, she lectures on physical computing and games and leads an MA program in independent games and experience design. Her research looks at using our senses to play games.
Phoenix is from the USA and lives in London. You can find her online on Twitter or on GitHub.