Interview with Emanuele Bonetti

Comments (0) September 15, 2010, Author: Lucie Navrátilová, Categories: Design, Interview
Please, introduce briefly yourself and your projects. I’m Emanuele and I’m a graphic designer. After my degree in Visual Communication Design at Politecnico di Milano I moved to Oslo first and then to London to work as a graphic designer and I eventually ended up in Rotterdam where I just took my Master Degree in Networked Media at the Piet Zwart Institute. This last experience has been something that really changed my approach to graphic design. After years of working [...] Read more »

Interview with Helen Varley Jamieson

Comments (0) August 12, 2010, Author: Lucie Navrátilová, Categories: Interview
Can you breafly introduce yourself to our readers? I’m a writer, theatre-maker & digital artist from New Zealand, currently based in europe. I’ve been experimenting with what i call cyberformance for the last decade & more. Cyberformance uses the internet as the site for performance, enabling remote networked artists to create real-time events for audiences who could be online, or in a proximal space with one or more of the artists. I also do other stuff, see www.creative-catalyst.com … Read more »

Interview with Tom Lechner

Comments (0) August 9, 2010, Author: Lucie Navrátilová, Categories: Design, Interview, Photographer
Please, introduce briefly yourself and your projects. I am an artist, and also the creator of Laidout and the Laxkit. The Laxkit is the windowing library that Laidout uses. Laidout itself is rudimentary desktop publishing software that I wrote to help me produce cartoon books quickly. Trying to make artwork is definitely what drives the creation of my software. As such, my goal with Laidout is to make a powerful yet minimal interface for the purpose of desktop publishing, with [...] Read more »

Interview with Kai-Uwe Behrmann

Comments (0) August 3, 2010, Author: Lucie Navrátilová, Categories: Design, Interview, Usability
Please, introduce briefly yourself and your projects in. I am one of the OpenICC people, who try to make graphics and especially colour management under Linux more easy. Why did you choose open source software and not the regular one? To work in the open is a challenge as programmer. It is a very good exercise in many programming aspects. People can more easily compare your code with others, comment directly, translate or collaborate otherwise. As well code exchange can [...] Read more »

Interview with Marcos Diaz

Comments (0) July 28, 2010, Author: Lucie Navrátilová, Categories: Interview, Usability
Can you breafly introduce yourself and your projects to our readers? My name is Marcos Diaz, my aka is usually just Markos, and sometimes my friends call me ‘the knowledge junkie’. I born in Spain 25 years ago, I discovered programming  just a few years ago, but I’m a self-taught person and I enjoy learning. In addition, I’m a bit anti-system, so now I’m totally committed with libre knowledge and libre software. In late 2008, I started Nathive project, an [...] Read more »

Laura Hardesty presents Nature wallpaper

Comments (1) July 21, 2010, Author: admin, Categories: Interview
Nature Wallpaper – A Custom Site It is always nice to find the unexpected when you are searching for something on the Internet. This is especially true when the unexpected comes in the form of originality. I think that finding original content on the Internet should not be serendipity, it should be the standard. My way of putting genuine material out there in the fast moving infobahn abyss is by creating my websites “from scratch” with my own ingredients. Read more »

Open Company Concept: The World becomes open

Comments (12) July 13, 2010, Author: Vitezslav Valka, Categories: Articles about Pixmac, Interview, Tips & tricks, Usability
Wikipedia, TED, Open Source software, Creative Commons licensing. All that shows that the virtual world is changing rapidly. The Open Company Concept brings ideas that the Pixmac team was carrying in their minds for a few months. I’m Vitezslav Valka, the CEO of Pixmac. I’ve been interested in Linux and other Open Source software (OSS) since late 90’s. You can feel a special power while using software that was not made to make someone rich. Some people think it’s being [...] Read more »

Interview with John O’Nolan

Comments (4) May 5, 2010, Author: Martin Vlčko, Categories: Interview
John O’Nolan is a seasoned web designer, writer and entrepreneur based in Surrey in the United Kingdom. He specialises in graphic design, CSS, and WordPress development. I was born in Aberdeen in Scotland, but I grew up in the Hague in Holland, then I spent most of my school years in Manila in The Philippines. How long have you been working as a designer? Well I started drawing like most kids at a very early age, then got myself into Read more »

Maximilian Bartel – passionate freelance web designer

Comments (4) February 15, 2010, Author: Martin Vlčko, Categories: Interview
Maximilian Bartel Location: Alfeld (Leine), Germany Work: Passionate freelance web designer, developer & aspiring photographer Interests: Art, Music, Travel, Movies, Snowboarding & Football Website: http://www.indiqo.eu For those who are not familiar with you or your work yet, could you please tell us a bit about yourself and your background as a creative professional? I’m a 24 year old freelance web designer from Alfeld (Leine) which is a rather small city in the heart of Germany. I spend most of the [...] Read more »

Logobee – Logo Design blog introduction

Comments (1) January 18, 2010, Author: Martin Vlčko, Categories: Interview
In today’s business, image is everything, and the first component of the image is the logo: the very face of your company. A good eye-catching logo is a necessity, but how can you make sure you’re getting one? Well, there’s really only one answer to that question: entrust your logo design creation to respectable, well known specialists. There are some companies with which you can’t go wrong, and one of those is Logobee. Read more »