We are huge fans of designers, illustrators and fellow Ohioans Jen and Omar from These Are Things! Recent podcast guests and speakers for this year's Weapons of Mass Creation Fest 2013, we just cannot get enough of their inspiring story, enthusiasm and heart. We asked them to answer some questions about their very favorite things, to tide us over until we are reunited again. Enjoy! Continue Reading »
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Aaron Draplin is a graphic designer and founder of the Draplin Design Company. He’s done work for everyone from his friend’s hot dog company to President Obama himself. He’s also a speaker and co-creator of Field Notes, a popular notebook …Continue reading →
You're reading Interview with Designer: Dann Petty, originally posted on Designmodo - UI Kits. If you've enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook, Google+!
I have always been against the principle of helping people to prepare for an interview. All the interview tips are great to help them prepare for joining the workforce but in the process, their unique personalities (and habits) lay buried under the cover stories about commitment, passion and skillsets. It’s ... Continue reading »
Filterstorm, PhotoGene, Camera+, iDarkroom, Instagram. With a flick of a finger, a simple effect, a toasty filter can bring your dull, camera photo to life. In the age of the iPhone, such easy access to the camera itself, combined with photo-editing software gives us power and confidence we’ve never had. But do all of these apps with their seemingly unlimited textures, brushes, filters and overlays come at a cost? Do they overshadow the true art of professional photography? Prof
Ben Callahan is the CEO of Sparkbox, a writer, a designer, and a speaker on the subject of Responsive Web Design. Ben was nice enough to sit down with Allison for an extensive interview on Responsive Web Design for the …Continue reading →
Carl Smith, founder of nGen Works sits down with Treehouse’s Dan Gorgone to discuss how to succeed in your company, on your own, and in today’s tech industry. We sat down with Carl to talk about passion, doing things that …Continue reading →
I seem to be doing a lot of video interviews lately. This one is for Hatched.fm and talks about everything from building community to what exactly my job is!
I don’t know what you were doing when you were 11, but I know I wasn’t directing movies. Hell, I wasn’t even standing in front of that pool. Trinity Anderson, on the other hand, has jumped into the deep end and seems to managing just fine, thank you. The 11-year-old and her father, Barry Anderson, [...]
You're reading Interview with Designer: Fred Nerby, originally posted on Designmodo - UI Kits. If you've enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook, Google+!
Nadine: Sometimes it takes years and sometimes it is a matter of weeks. Some designs are simply more complex and need a long time to mature. Others are straightforward, and if you’ve designed in that style before and the client is in a hurry, they can be finished quite quickly. It used to take much longer when I first started out. Every time I made a few changes, I’d need to test immediately, and then would agonize endlessly over which version is better. These days it is, of course,
In this episode, Jeff Finley and Bill Beachy sit down with WMC Fest speaker Troy DeShano from The Old and New Project. Listen to the Podcast Show Notes We want to hear what you have to say about the podcast. Sponsor of this Episode This episode is sponsored by WMC Fest 4. WMC Fest is the premier… Continue Reading »
You're reading Interview with Patrick Rogan and James Fletcher, The SmorrsCast Founders, originally posted on Designmodo - UI Kits. If you've enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook, Google+!
The Mobile First philosophy has radically changed how professionals approach Web design and become the way companies as diverse as Facebook and IBM build their products. The Mobile First approach is to start designing for mobile devices — which typically have less screen size and less capabilities than desktops — and progressively enhance the product; [...]
Carlos of Parafina Co. is a longtime fan of Jeff Finley's book, Thread's Not Dead. Recently he reached out to us here at Go Media, and we were so impressed by what he's doing we decided to feature an interview with him, right here on the GoMediaZine! Continue Reading »