Interview

  • Learning by Pulling Apart: An Interview with UI/UX Designer Matt Dempsey

    Every once in awhile, we come across an amazing story of someone in the design world who seems somewhat hidden or insignificant. Matt Dempsey is such a someone. His career as a web and graphic designer begins at the very young age of 13 and includes such inspirational highlights as hiring a developer to build an app that was acquired by SitePoint when Matt was only 15 years old!



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  • Back from the Shoe Box: Audio Cassette Revival Art Work by Benoit Jammes

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    Children of the Seventies and the Eighties are likely to be particularly interested in what we want to show you today. French artist Benoit Jammes found a bunch of audio cassettes in his basement, yet did no longer own the appropriate player hardware. So he went ahead and sculptured the former sound sources to something more visual. We had a little talk with Benoit…



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  • International Download-Giant: An Interview with Softonic’s CEO Emilio Moreno

    Softonic is one of the world’s largest internet portals. It currently achieves an Alexa rank 148 of the most popular websites. We’ve recently been able to speak with Emilio Moreno, who’s one of the two directors of the company. He’s been working in the telecommunications industry for almost 10 years, before he changed to the Barcelona-based company. Our interview could only cover some aspects as time was limited. So we asked Moreno about his views on the advantages and disadvantages of open source software, Windows 8, the side effects of the European economic crisis and last, but not least, the widespread software piracy in Spain. Moreno gave an impressive example of at least one of the possible reasons why Softonic has been voted “Best Place To Work” in Spain for the last five consecutive years. He’s just as friendly as can be and stays cool no matter what…



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  • We Are All Just Hackers: An Interview with UX-Designer Aaron Irizarry

    Several years ago, Aaron Irizarry set out on a journey in the design community, and has since left a lasting impression on the field as a whole. Through his personable nature, to the enthusiasm fueling his passion for the work that he does, Aaron has become a knowledgeable resource himself for designers of all flavors. With his talks on critique in design (with partner in crime, Adam Connor), he has recently established an ongoing dialog on this important aspect of the field.



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