14 Must-read Web Design Interviews

14 great interviews with web design and development experts.

I enjoy reading interviews, because they are dynamic, and you get to hear people speak from their personal experiences which is valuable and interesting (when asked the right questions, of course).

Below is the list of 14 interviews with web design and development experts. The interviews are nicely confined, and are themselves informative and useful, and therefore, should be considered by both, web design newbies and PROs.


Jonathan Snook on blogging, designing and freelancing


Jeffrey Zeldman: art, love, web standards and George Clooney



Web Standards in the Real World: An Interview with Molly Holzschlag




Top SEO Expert Aaron Wall Speaks Out About SEO’s Bleeding Edge



Interview with Eric Meyer on CSS



Dave Shea on CSS Zen Garden and All Thing Web



Andy Budd on the future of CSS



An Interview about Information Architecture with Chris Baum



O'Reilly: Information Architecture Meets Usability



Jacob Nielsen on Web site usability



Paul Graham: Interview about Web 2.0



Meet the MasterMinds: Common Sense Web Design with Steve Krug



Jeff Croft's Interview to Unmatched Style:  An Insight to Designer's Workflow


Three Questions for Mark Boulton: a talk on 'golden ratios', formal design education, and dealing with clients



Helen Walker

Featured Interviews

September 6, 2010
Having Quit Skype, Eva-Lotta Lamm Embraces Freelance

Eva-Lotta is a freelance User Experience Designer. She previously led the Business design team at Skype, worked as interaction designer for Yahoo! in London and as lead designer for Kahn + Associates in Paris. Besides her daytime mission of making the web a more understandable, usable and hopefully more delightful place, she loves sketching, doodling and playing around with various little side projects. In her interview to DI she shared her feelings about her in-house work experience as well as her new freelance status.

August 12, 2010
Jermiah Shoaf: Enjoying Entrepreneurship

Jeremiah Shoaf is a freelance Interactive Art Director & Flash Developer working out of the Washington, DC area. After six years working fulltime in the interactive industry, he set out on his own as a freelancer in 2007. Although he has an extensive background in programming and development, he considers himself a designer foremost. When not in front of the computer he’s probably either playing/listening to music or doing something outdoors like running, fly fishing or birdwatching.In his interview he talks about working freelance and all the things associated with it.

August 5, 2010
Kat Neville:Overloaded With Great Work

Kat Neville is a talented young designer and developer working in the UK. Driven by a desire to create and learn, Kat loves working with people and dealing with user flow. Her design experience is versatile and so are her professional talents, which include web design, UX, conception, identity, writing and among others making snowflakes, dresses and safetygoats. Read her fun and informative interview.

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