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Introduction

Programming is a tool that can be applied to an essentially infinite number of problems. Here at Warp we often turn this tool to large and ambitious problems our clients want to solve. However, it can be utilised more playfully and creatively to generate beautiful code and beautiful results.

I personally define creative coding as the application of programming techniques in the act of creation. Over time I’ve built up an approach, as well as a kind of toolkit, that I routinely break out when a creative problem presents itself. …


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These are exciting times for the makers of digital products. A growing landscape of online ‘prototyping’ tools allows us to seamlessly weave our visual designs together into a navigable product demo. This demo can then be iteratively shared with colleagues, clients and user test participants, who can provide their feedback real-time and in-context. We use the results in our agile development process and have a Minimum Viable Product in no time!

Well … not really. The above may partly apply to the design of a very simple app, but in general it does not do justice to the complexity of…


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People like to talk about failing, but is there really value in it? Failure is a crucial part of our process, it’s where we learn the most and where we end up with our biggest successes.

Here is The WARP Guide to: Failure.

Failure is only daunting when you’ve got a lot to lose.

Start-ups are lucky. They don’t have the corporate requirements and reporting structures that confine them or limit their ability to take risk. This gives them the flexibility to be innovative, to push boundaries, and yes, to fail.

Fail is such a negative word. At WEAREREASONABLEPEOPLE we don’t fail. We learn. We fuck up sometimes, absolutely, we’re not…

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We go beyond the creation of digital innovations. We push boundaries. We do it smart and we do it fast.

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