Eatch is an interaction design company from Berlin.
We put people at the center of our work. Together with companies, organizations and research institutes we create digital services, products and experience concepts for our fast-paced times. Enabling people to interact with artificial intelligence, future technologies and brands in a meaningful way.
Together with our clients, we design the future
“Eatch assisted in the development of use cases in the SD4M research project and designed the user interface of our reference architecture. We quickly reached the finish line with the Eatch team. The result was a complete success and was presented worldwide. We look forward to further cooperation.”— Ingo Schwarzer, Chief Digitalist, Fellow at DB Systel
“Visitors can now gain insight into our work as a development organization. At interactive installations they can learn what it’s like to have visual impairment or hearing loss. The foyer is not only a wonderful welcoming space for our donors and visitors, but also puts our employees in a good mood every day!”— Sonja Mund, Head of Publications at Christoffel-Blindenmission
“The redesign of our website was a huge challenge. The content of five years had to be restructured and given a new look. With Eatch we found the perfect partner for this major effort. Our users, too, are stoked by the website’s new structure and modern look. The outcome of the close teamwork with Eatch surpassed our expectations.”— Ina Fischer & Christian Jähnel, Founders and CEOs of pattydoo
“It was a pleasure working with Eatch. We were three teams in different timezones and still the process was smooth and communication effective. We have had amazing feedback on the website. The animations and visual metaphors communicate our research beautifully to anyone with or without scientific background. We look forward to continuing to work with Eatch.”— Jonathan Montagu, Co-Founder and CEO of HotSpot Therapeutics
“With Eatch we had the perfect partner in the Fahum and Yocoy projects. They brought our technical backend to the users via an intuitive and easy to handle App for iOS and Android. It got positive feedback from all sides and the numbers of downloads and usage re-confirmed this. The feedback by refugees for the Fahum app was very positive, too. Eatch worked closely with our developers and we were happy to find a team this committed, the achieved results speak for themselves. We have been working with Eatch for more than 5 years, making our research comprehensible and usable through user-friendly interfaces.”— Dr. Sven Schmeier, Associate Head of Speech and Language Technology Department at DFKI