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Tom Warner

Mind Bicycles (Hello from Tom)

The computer is the most remarkable tool that we’ve ever come up with. It’s the equivalent of a bicycle for our minds.


Hello! My name is Tom Warner and i’m very excited to introduce myself as the latest member of the team here at NixonMcInnes. I have worked as a Developer and Producer in various digital agencies and I am an avid musician and maker. I am also a proud daddy and husband.

My NixonMcInnes adventure started here. As you can see from the job description, there is a pretty broad spectrum of things involved in my role. Thus, for the purposes of brevity, here is the elevator pitch:

Talking tech

A practical understanding of technology is so important in the conversations we have with our clients. I want to make sure that when we’re talking about technology, our voice is fresh, interesting and honest.


From quick apps built to test simple ideas, through to complex tools backed by deep research and consultancy, I am hoping to continue our great technology work in ways that spark conversation and drive innovation.


I am really excited about contributing to the awesome work we already do at NixonMcInnes around training and sharing our experiences. I have a particular interest in closing the gap between good ideas and their implementation in the real world.


Incredible things are happening in the world of Making and I am very proud to be a member of BuildBrighton, an electronics, technology and arts workshop here in Brighton. I am really excited about keeping the Maker movement an important part of the NixonMcInnes mentality and I’ll be pushing forward things like the Happy Buttons, as well as looking into ways we can bring Making to our clients.

Thanks for listening

I strongly believe in the power of technology when used in intelligent, appropriate and ethical ways and I am super pumped to be able to work to that vision here at NixonMcInnes. It’s going to be an exciting journey and if anyone reads this and wants to chat about what NixonMcInnes might be able to do for you and your organisation, involving technology or otherwise, don’t hesitate to contact me. Thanks!

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