Code Computerlove


About Code Computerlove

Code Computerlove is a digital product and service design company, part of EssenceMediacom. We make digital products, services and experiences for an eclectic mix of clients – including big organisations like the BBC, fast-moving start-ups like LightSpeed Broadband, and local heroes like Manchester Pride.

Code was founded in 1999. Since then, we’ve helped shape some of the UK’s most-visited websites and become famous for our human-centred thinking, digital design excellence, and modern engineering practices. We even launched a global number-1 app, The Higher Lower Game.

Our mission is simple – to bring brilliant people together to make meaningful change, and we do that by building teams of all kinds of people: thinkers, writers, talkers, makers, analysts, inventors and more. People who work hard, work together and get things done.

We’re also officially recognised as a Great Place to Work.

98% of people here say that the working environment is welcoming, friendly and fun, and 98% agree that people are treated fairly regardless of race, age, or sexual orientation. 

Code is full of talented, passionate folk who love collaborating and helping each other out, and our client partners trust us to do world-class work.

As part of our mission, we are committed to supporting our wider community. We do that by:

  • Supporting growing digital interest groups with events and even hosting our own like:
  • Partnering with local schools and colleges to give work experience opportunities to students
  • Fundraising events throughout the year to help raise money for local charities and not-for-profits
  • Make Change Fridays – dedicated time for our team to improve either themselves or the world around them

To find out more about Code or if you’re interested in joining us, check out our website and open career opportunities.

Why we're supporting mtf

We’re passionate about supporting all the communities within which BJSS operates. Since we opened our office in Manchester in 2012, we’ve supported the local tech community by sharing our local and international insights and education via the city’s vibrant Meetup scene. 

Manchester Tech Festival is a not-for-profit event that has been born out of our regional Meetup scene, and we see it as a vital platform for addressing the digital skills shortage in the area. We’re looking forward to supporting the inaugural festival to inspire, educate and encourage people from all backgrounds to develop the digital skills that are so important to improving citizens’ lives”

Michael Dicks, Head of Delivery