This is a list of companies that could be described as digital manufacturers. Their products are mostly coded in Scotland, and they display “Made in Scotland” as prominently as their copyright message.
Well spotted. The project is directly inspired by Made in NYC. Don’t worry, they know about us.
If you meet the criteria, simply submit this form and wait a few days.
Over 50% of the code for product(s) was written in Scotland.
For now, we use the honour system (unlike Made in NYC, which uses the honor system). This may change in the future. Violations will be made public.
No. This list is designed to show that great digital products are being made here in Scotland.
To paraphrase Made in NYC: Because tech is coded, so made means made. Made doesn’t mean funded or managed. Like a shirt that’s designed/licensed/funded in Scotland, and made in China: it’s Made in China, not Made in Scotland. Made means made.
There’s no official logo, but see below for what you should display on your product.
Again, paraphrasing Made in NYC: If Scotland is to thrive in the 21st century, Scotland needs to make more digital things. We already have some great companies here, so let’s proudly show ourselves off in the hope that everyone everywhere (including software engineers who don’t live here already) knows what digital things are being made in Scotland.
Simply put the words “Made in Scotland” next to your standard copyright message. Feel free to use some adverbs or mix it up, such as “Lovingly Made in Scotland” or “Hand-Crafted in Scotland”.
As an example, KILTR says “Made in Scotland from Electrons”.
Made in Scotland by Ludometrics
|3||Blazing Griffin (Hiring!)||Edinburgh|
|6||Codeplay Software (Hiring!)||Edinburgh|
|13||Huzutech Ltd (Hiring!)||Glasgow|
|19||One Thumb Mobile (Hiring!)||Glasgow|
|20||Pixels on Toast||Edinburgh|
|24||Serious Parody (Hiring!)||Dundee|
|27||Too Easy Games||Dundee|