Agile and user-centred design training courses

About us

Our Principles

Our courses are tangible and inclusive

Tangible courses are for everyone. We aim to demystify our subjects, use inclusive language and open up the space to anyone who might have otherwise felt this was not for them.

You’ll always take away some practical skills and tangible techniques for every hour of learning.

Our curriculum is people-centred and always improving

Our curriculum meets you where you are on your learning journey and helps you move forward wherever you want to go.

We regularly iterate and evolve what we offer based on our users’ needs and expert trainers’ up-to-date experience.

Our company is sustainable and fair

Tangible is committed to keeping our mission sustainable. We make green tech and supply chain choices wherever possible and always factor sustainability into our decision-making.

We feel a responsibility to advocate for our community and are committed to keeping our price fair for our participants and trainers.

About The Trainers

Amy Wagner
Amy Wagner
Emily Webber
Emily Webber

They make lasting and sustainable change by teaching pragmatic and tangible approaches designed to meet people where they are on their learning journey.

Their clients include Government Digital Service, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), HM Land Registry (HMLR), Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), Ministry of Justice (MOJ), HM Land Registry, NHS, DWP, Monzo Bank, Automattic, doteveryone and Co-op Digital.

What our participants say

“Loads of experience that clearly came through, lots of practical advice and information. Ran sessions confidently, encouraged debate and sharing at all times. Brilliant.”

“Just to say thank you for making the course so much fun, but also so educational!  It’s a hard balance to strike.”

“[They] Brought a wealth of information and clearly articulated how it can be implemented/embedded into the team’s ways of working.  I loved their approach, very approachable, knowledgeable and down to earth.”