Doubly Good is a partnership, based on a pun and a wealth of experience. We don't often talk about ourselves, but it's time we came forward...


Leigh & Lee have over 40 years combined experience of working across retail, fashion, healthcare, banking, manufacturing, ecommerce and more. Always at the forefront of technology and engineering, they’ve worked with web, smart devices, VR, spatial computing, AI & machine learning, IoT and dedicated hardware. Helping businesses get the best from product & engineering teams.

Working together since 2017, they are most effective taking teams from “rapid prototyping and experimentation” to “most valued product”. They’re happiest when given a challenge. Invent something new; help a new team grow; turn an unfocussed service into a user ‘must-have’. They’re talented leaders with diverse talents in delivery, product & engineering.

The best way to find out more, is to book a call, or simply keep reading!

Leigh Garland

Leigh is a collaborative leader, skilled in team management, product and service strategy, and user-centred experience engineering. Brings unique insight and a creative perspective to challenges.

Lee McNeil

Lee is an engineering lead who excels at taking concepts to prototypes, building engineering teams and taking MVPs to market. He thrives in an innovation environment, and is happiest when given an ‘impossible’ problem to solve.



Doubly Good helped Domino R&D create a team to build out a unified data platform. Now they have a capable and dedicated internal team, rapidly building business critical services.

From measurement logging, to customer-facing configuration & analysis services, they now have a single place for fully contextualised data - meaning that they're able to take positive steps towards their goal of improving and automating decision making with AI

They helped us establish technical and organisational best practice, and even got their hands dirty helping build a platform for centralised data, tools and services. 

Now we're more confident about how to make use of our own data to make more effective decisions and improve our automation. 

I would highly recommend speaking to them to explore how they can support your organisation.

Jim Holmes • Director of Shared Services, Domino

You should ask us:

  • Why would integrated services, robots and test rigs need a centralised service for... room names?
  • How did you create a data platform for everyone that actually serves everyone?

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John Lewis Partnership Ventures programme chose Lee & Leigh to manage the technical and service delivery for a number of innovative products and services.

We helped build John Lewis concierge services and AI-driven fashion advice, Waitrose food delivery services and new tech-driven insurance and finance products.

As well as working closely with the cross-disciplinary team in the UK, we also managed the 20-strong offshore UX and development teams in Ukraine.

You should ask us:

  • Why is it harder to deliver 1 tomato than 5000?
  • What was the best AI to help you choose what to wear?
  • How do you deliver directly into customer's fridges?


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Skedulo chose Lee & Leigh to recruit and run a new European team to support their High frequency Covid vaccine booking system, used by many US, Canadian & Australian States and worked directly with Accenture and State government officials on rollouts, developing features, bug reports and UX.

Our EU team went on to lead the redevelopment of Skedulo’s field service workforce scheduling PVRP engine with a focus on ML inference rather than traditional routing algorithms.

You should ask us:

  • What are the challenges of follow-the-sun development?
  • How did the invasion of Ukraine affect our team?

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Elephant chose Lee & Leigh to build and support their ElephantOS healthcare system deployed across Kenya, Uganda and Lebanon.

Doubly Good created patient, dispensing and stock management systems that can also operate in an offline mode to support and enable clinicians with poor power or signal reliability.

In 2020 when COVID emerged, Doubly Good rapidly turned around a new clinic status reporting tool using lo-fi technology that meant even the most remote clinics and surgeries could instantly report their changing needs.

You should ask us:

  • How did we use expert local knowledge to help solve problems in a crisis?
  • Why was talktime top-up technology the key to getting information from remote clinics?

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