Anomaly Software

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Anomaly Software

I've been casually working with my friends at Anomaly Software since early 2012—back then, they traded under a different brand and moniker.

Three years on and they boast a suite of modern products; some proprietary, others free-to-use, backed by a new brand and evolving business model.

I helped name the business, design the logo and lay the foundations of the website, which will be rolling out in stages over time.

Advocating the Python programming language, Closure Tools, App Engine and other modern web application technologies, Anomaly maintains Prestans, a WSGI-compliant REST framework and is preparing to release Twine, a mouldable task manager for the Web and iOS, as its first step in a shift from consulting to being a product-based business.