We invite Dabblers who share our values to join our collective.
Dabble Lab operates as a collective rather than a traditional firm. Instead of being assigned work, Dabblers find and organize projects themselves. Project teams are small—generally no larger than five people—and Dabblers establish commitments and compensation with each of their project teams. This structure enables us to avoid beaucracy and maintain our community. We don’t guarantee work for any members, but if you’re valuable, you’ll have no trouble joining projects.
Working in our collective is somewhere between working for yourself and being part of an organization. We’re transparent about project budgets and market realities, and we allocate “dabbling time” so our members to continuously upskill and transition between projects as seamlessly as possible. We’re a supportive community, but we’re a self-directed bunch. If you prefer having tasks assigned to you, we might not be the best fit.
If you’re interested in joining our team, you can apply for our Dabble Lab Talent Accelerator, or “DLTA.” We don’t invite people for projects or specific positions, but instead look for members who can adapt and evolve over time, and who want to continuously expand their knowledge and expertise.