• Our Culture

Vokke is driven by a deep desire to make a difference and have fun while doing it

At Vokke, team culture is a first class citizen. Just like sales, marketing and operations, culture is viewed as a fundamental pillar of what makes a successful company. So much so, we spend more on culture each year than on marketing.


Vokke's main office is located on Church street in Richmond, in the centre of the city's creative district. Situated inside the Spaceworks building, the culture here is truly one of a kind; unique interior design, a hot-desk business lounge, freshly brewed coffee and a daily-stocked bar all add a level of culture to the Vokke workplace unmatched in most businesses. Who says work can't be fun?


Vokke exists right in the heart of the tech industry, and we have no plans on simply watching new technology enter. At Vokke, we embrace the latest technology, practices and insights into every process we use and application we build. Below is just a glimpse at some of the language and technology we use.

Community and values

Giving back and being a good person are hugely important. By working with Vokke, you'll be able to contribute to various open source projects and our yearly manifesto target.

Racial equality

We stand for a world free of racial discrimination and the right to a discrimination-free workplace.

LGBTQ equality

We embrace and celebrate the diversity of what it means to be human, and acknowledge the spectrum of difference among people.

Gender pay equality

In Australia, women on average get paid 18% less per annum. Vokke believes in a zero gender pay gap.

Environmental awareness

This planet needs to be shared with our children, too. That's why we believe in making environmental awareness part of our culture.

Mental health conscious

We believe fostering a deep understanding and acceptance around mental health is key to a healthy, enjoyable workplace.

Open source

The open source ideology is responsible for some of the world's greatest technologies, and we encourage the pursuit of freely licensed code.