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Interview with Lee Selsick


Chief Executive and Creative Director of Next Brand

“My focus is very much on team building. Getting our business to be a hotbed of great designers producing meaningful work.”

Interview with Mathew Sage


Yoyo’s Creative Lead

"I spent lots of spare time learning Photoshop and Illustrator and started sending requests to friends to work on theirs. This made me realize how much I loved designing, so I went off to study at college and have never looked back"

Interview with Secret Location


An Emmy® Award-winning virtual reality studio

As a company, we strongly believe in collaboration and that a good idea can come from anyone. We prioritize this over ego, the best idea wins [and] it doesn’t matter where it comes from

Interview with Matteo Bonera, Benedetta Signaroldi & Giacomo Bettiol


The Visual Agency

“We grew into one of the few agencies in Europe that produce infographics, motion graphics, and interactive data-visualizations by extracting and explaining data-based narratives and visualizing complex qualitative knowledge”

Interview with Simon Dunford


Typeface Designer and Graphic Designer

“My main reason for becoming a designer was to understand branding, I loved how brands were perceived and I focused a lot of time researching the reasoning for how big brands succeed”

Indigo Award introduces a new main category: Design for Social Change

There was such a high number of admissions relating to social issues that behold — a new category was born: Design for Social Change.

Interview with Dino Franke


Freelance UX/UI Designer @ GROHE AG

“You should always think about possible downsides of your creative solution before presenting to a client. Argument sell better than opinions, so be prepared!” 

Interview with Marcos Chavez


Co-founder and creative director of TODA

“Being a designer is not easy (if you’re doing it right) but if you set the goal of simply improving yourself just a little bit every day, then what you can achieve in four years will be quite remarkable."

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