In a period characterized by technological advances, German photographer Jürgen Lechner looks to the earliest photographic techniques: pinhole photography with a camera obscura. In doing so, Lechner presents the spectator with contemporary scenes that...
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For this week's interview, we have Meng To. Meng is designer and the maker of Design+Code Book. He's currently travelling around the World from North America to all the way to Asia. Let's enjoy this beautiful interview from a genuine designer. Tell me about yourself? My name is Meng and I’ve been traveling and designing for the past year. I come from a pretty modest background; born in Cambodia and immigrant to Canada. I never went to College. I am completely self-taught. In school, my c
After a while we are back with some new interviews with brazilian artists. Today we had the pleasure to interview Alexandre Cravo aka. Cusco Rebel, a artist an art director from Abduzeedo's hometown. You can reach Cusco on the following links: Facebook Flickr Instagram Mundo AG 1) First of all I would like to thank you for doing this interview, it's an honor for us to present more about you to our readers. I would like to start asking you about when your interest for illustration and art started
I’ve been following Richard Terborg for a few years now and have always been amazed with the amount of creativity and passion Richard delivers to the world. When he agreed to do an interview for DIYP I was literally jumping through the roof. Here goes: DIYP: Hi Richard, can you describe what you do to someone [...]
The World Cup has been thrilling so far. Despite the Australians bowing out early with three straight losses, I have loved every minute I have seen as the world’s best compete. With just four games to go, the excitement is high as the world wonders if Brazil could achieve a World Cup victory at home. [...]
How We Made Our Dream Job a Reality and the Tools We’ve Used Along the Way: An Interview with The Bubble Process
Thoughts from Weapons of Mass Creation Fest 5 Designers, The Bubble Process (written by Rez. added to by Sean) Written like a voice over from the Wonder Years. Hello! We are The Bubble Process, an ongoing, 8+ year, dream job… Continue Reading »
Frank Rapacciuolo is writing a series of Interviews of User Interface & User Experience Designers in a collection at Medium. In the interviews he asks people about their background, what they tell people they do, what a typical work day looks like, and gets opinions on several UX topics including the impact of design on society and where they stand on jumping directly into visual design.
Aside from being a kick butt photographer, Ilko Allexandroffhas quite an amazing career course. A butterfly effect that started in a corridor chat in Ilko’s school in Bulgaria ended in Ilko being a renowned portrait photographer in Japan, we took Ilko for a round of questions and had a blast doing so: DIYP: Ilko, You [...]
Canadian Regulation of Aerial Drone Photography – DIYP Interviews Transport Canada and the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada
There seems to be a lot of misinformation and speculation about the actual regulation of aerial drone photography and video online – especially with crazy interactions between photographers and pedestrians like this grabbing headlines. In this article DIYP interviews both Transport Canada and the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada to find out what legal [...]
I don't know about you, but I'm ready for my life to be changed. I need a breath of fresh air, like now. But until then, I have a friend or two I'd like you to meet. Let's start with one of the designers who will be struttin' their stuff this year at Weapons of Mass Creation Fest 5, Mr. Scott Williams. Continue Reading »
I’ve learned a lot about digital design by reading what other talented creative people have posted online. Interviews are just another way to understand the journey of being a designer and how you can achieve a level of success with hard work and perseverance. Solid advice can even help you avoid some nasty pitfalls, too. […]
The Retouching Academy just released Part 2 of their series “Storytelling in Concept Photography” with John Flury. I had the chance to ask him some questions about his amazing work and the ideas behind it. DIYP: Hi John, can you tell us a little about yourself and your background? JF: I was born in the [...]
The future is a magical place, and we're in the midst of it. This week Matt Griffin joins us to tell us about all that he's learned working on "What Comes Next is the Future," a documentary about how far we've come, and the changes we face in the web community.
The sort of the smaller tablets, the mini tablets, if you just take a regular tablet, a big sized tablet and squeezed that application down, or that website down, you’re not getting good usability. Conversely, if you take a phone design, and you just enlarge it a little bit, then it will work, but it’s not going be that great either. If you want to have great usability, you have to design for each of these different screen sizes.
Ben Johnston is a designer/typographer that got our attention recently for being on the highlight with some pretty well crafted projects mixing traditional and digital methods. Recently, we had the pleasure to interview Ben and know more about him, his career, technique and perspectives, hope you enjoy it. You can reach Ben on the following links: Website Behance Instagram Twitter 1) First of all I would like to thank you for doing this interview, it's an honor for us to present more about you t