Erase All Kittens was made in 2014 by an ad creative, a developer and an illustrator.
After finding that most children above the age of twelve are put off by coding and engineering, we set
ourselves a challenge to invent the best way to inspire them - especially girls - to code and create.
Our team was selected to participate in the Emerge Education Accelerator and we carried out
extensive research for eighteen months, interviewing young students and immersing ourselves in
their culture, whilst developing E.A.K.
We partnered with MIT in October 2017 and we’re also now working with Playerthree, an
award-winning games development company, to build new levels teaching HTML, CSS and
All of our team-members and advisors are incredibly passionate about encouraging children to
become creators, and helping to close the gender gap in tech.