There’s no denying that interactive design is tracking toward weird. Is just everything weird now? Glitch was weird from the beginning; lovingly dubbed “the two fish coding side”, technology writer Ada Powers once called the Glitch aesthetic a harbinger of “soft brutalism”. What does that even mean? Faced with balancing the deeply embedded, off kilter soul of our brand with building a more powerful and usable product, the Glitch design team is holding onto our weird roots. Here’s how we are looking at the trend and responsibly building weird into our interfaces and user experiences.