Tag: interview

Why the f*@# should we care what Zach Golden wants for dinner?

Originally posted on Forbes.com. I met Zach Golden, creator of What the F*@# Should I Make for Dinner? (WTFSIMFD), at the Nonick Conference in Bilbao, Spain earlier this summer. WTFSIMFD hit the interwebs hard in 2010; being picked up by the likes of The Huffington Post and Boing Boing, getting nominated for a Webby Award, […]

Meet The Young Designer Behind The Washington Post’s Infographics

When most of us under a certain age think of newspapers, we think of dead trees fueling a dying business. Not so at the Washington Post. There, media is evolving to meet the demands of an increasingly digital-savvy consumer base who require information being presented in unique, digestible and shareable ways. At the helm of that effort is Wilson Andrews, the Post’s Information Designer. I caught up with Wilson this week and chatted about his work, his background in journalism and what’s playing on his mp3 player these days.

Interviewing the Visualizer: The Empire Strikes Back

Have you seen Wayne Dorrington’s work visualizing the plots of the first two Star Wars movies? If not, you’re missing out. Wayne is a creative designer and illustrator in London who — judging by the self-description atop his blog — looks like the love-child of Christina Hendricks and Paul Bunyan. I caught up with Wayne recently and […]

Digital IQ – Who’s got it and who doesn’t in the public sector

On November 23rd L2, a digital think tank run by Scott Galloway, an NYU Stern professor, offered a new way to examine digital efficiency called Digital IQ in the Public Sector (full report here). It is a scale composed of several key indicators and was used to examine over 100 companies and agencies in the […]

C-SPAN Convention Hub by JESS3 and NMS

This has to be one of the most satisfying projects I’ve ever worked on. JESS3 in partnership with New Media Strategies concepted, designed and coded the convention hubs for C-SPAN.