Who are we?
Locus is more than just product development. We are a cross-functional team with a shared love for breaking boundaries. We live and breathe creativity, innovation, research-driven work and of course, great food.
A locus of research
Our story starts in 2002, when our founder Timothy Allan decided it was time to take the product development world into his own hands. He took his unique research- driven approach, gathered a few willing souls, pumped in some determination to succeed, and behold, Locus Research was born.
The research-first mantra that was instilled into the company still drives everything we do today. We don’t just create stuff. We dig deep, generate insights, iterate and innovate, and we always deliver the goods. We are a product development and innovation company that works with you to deliver world class products to market.
What we stand for
Nurturing our creative culture is important to our success — but that’s not all that drives us. We continually strive to learn, explore, and surround ourselves with other inspirational individuals on our path of discovery and creation.
We have promised each other
To be independent. To be creative. To continually learn. To work with conscience. To create friendship. To be sustainable and espouse environmental values. To always maintain integrity. To think of the customer and work with empathy. To be resilient. To be original.
We’re a small family of equal parts madness and skill; an assorted mix of world views and disciplines that come together to create a well-oiled machine. As a creative organisation there can often be a large cloud of chaos around us, but we’ve found this often results in unique and original ideas.
Our team has a deep passion for what we do and this is always transferred into our dedication to projects. We do everything we can to push a product from good to great, from ordinary to extraordinary and beautiful.
Kiwi’s aren’t the best at patting themselves on their back, but every now and again you need to step back and raise a glass to all the great things you’ve accomplished. So, in a moment of Locus self-indulgence, a digital glass is being raised.
What goes up must come down. You reap what you sow. A butterfly flaps its wings in the Amazon… They’re the clichés of consequence we’re all too familiar with, and yet when it comes to products and to innovation, the measure of impact often doesn’t extend beyond the rubbish bins on the footpath.