About us

At Bitville, we are big advocates of lifelong learning. We take pride in helping organizations and people gain new skills and knowledge to reach their highest potential.

We believe that even the most complex topics can be made understandable, and that workplace learning can be fun and meaningful. By working closely with our clients, we help them transform their learning culture - one learning bite at a time.

A brief history of Bitville

Our roots stretch back to 1996 when the first CD-ROM made by Bitville saw the light of day.

We made our debut into the e-learning world with a crash course on ice hockey, tutored by none other than the legendary Teemu Selänne.

Since then, we have turned our focus to more corporate topics and helped business giants like Nokia and KONE take their workplace learning to the next level.

While a lot has changed over the years, our vision has always remained the same: we want to be the number one choice as a digital learning partner for world-leading companies.


The team

If you want to put labels on us, call us instructional designers and writers, visual designers and developers.

Instructional Designers and Writers

Our writing team boasts a wealth of experience helping customers make sense of information and convey effective messages. The team consists of both English and Finnish natives, all ready to commit pen to paper in order to bring learning to life.

Visual Designers

The graphics team is a perfect mix of talent and passion, expertise and innovation. From animations to illustrations and 3D to UX design, our visual designers make information pop. Their skills cover the Adobe Creative suite and software like Blender, just to name a few.

Software Developers

Our team of developers have earned their stripes building everything from public websites used by millions to solid enterprise applications tailored to individual companies' specific needs. They are fluent in JavaScript/TypeScript, VueJS, C#, .NET Core and DevOps practices.


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