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Write - Boldomatic boldomatic About Get App Feed Discover Search Write News Shop Profile Sign Up boldomatic About Get App Feed Discover Search Write News Shop Profile Sign Up logged in Login Search for #hashtags, @writers or keywords Meine Gedanken jetzt... Meine Gedanken jetzt Share Share this AnswerGarden on various social networks using the following buttons. MicroGarden Statistics Created: 13th of July 2015 18:06Question: Meine Gedanken jetztYou can submit unlimited answers, but only a single copy per answer [Classroom mode]You have answered today: Creative coding; discovery and joy Creative coding; discovery and joy While I’ve spent the majority of the last decade thoroughly entrenched in the industry, the past few months of 2012 have seen me experiment a bit with the world beyond game design. During this break from the games biz I’ve been playing around with hardware hacking, interactive and generative installations and artwork, and delving into some theory on larger questions of art, design, and technology. As such, the following post deviates a little bit from the usual games-world content. The use of the word “creative”, especially in the context of something like “industry creatives vs. non-creatives”, has always struck me as problematic.