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People & Work
Since inception we’ve been busy working on Mapalong, a social mapping application. We organized Brooklyn Beta to critical acclaim with Fictive Kin. We opened Mild Bunch HQ, a coworking studio in Bristol.
We’ve also spoken at a few conferences: PHP UK 2011, New Adventures in Web Design 2011, Ampersand 2011, and Webstock 2010 to name a handful. We were interviewed for 8 Faces magazine, helped design issues 2, 3, and 4, and wrote articles for publications like The Manual and New Adventures paper, as well as being interviewed for .Net Magazine and the Design Festival podcast. Finally, we also shared #grid. Phew, we’ve been busier than we thought.
A few days ago, Jon Gibbins was exhaustermerated. Chris was at the launch of the Presidential Innovation Fellows Program. A day or two ago, Jon Tan was chipper; slightly tipped towards the chuffed end of the scale, like when I’d stand in the middle of a seesaw with my Golas on as a kid.
Making web applications and sites needs hearty portions of imagination, design, and engineering. This is how we mix them together:
We do the research to understand the problem we want to solve, the people we’re helping, and the context we’re working within.
We sketch on paper and in code, shaping ideas and concepts into a prototype that we can test, evaluate, and iterate until it’s sound.
We release! No time to rest, though: a quick pint, then back to researching, prototyping, and publishing the next iteration.
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