This week we had the pleasure of interviewing Nathan Manousos, the designer responsible for the awesome Flinto.com.
Troy Fawkes SEO expert and team leader for SEO company Powered by Search based in Canada was kind enough to take time to answer a few questions. We love the answers he gave us. He shares how he got into SEO, even a summer spent following a millionaire affiliate from London to Stockholm and how he would change Google.
As I was looking through the awwwards.com site I came across some really impressive work created by the neotkio! project. I contacted them and they were kind enough to take some time to answer a few questions about the what they do and how they get such great results.
A senior UI developer at British broadcasting giant BSkyB and based in Leeds, Harry Roberts first got into development aged 16. Specialising in CSS architecture and frontend performance, he’s recently been working on “a pretty huge mobile build” for Sky. Outside of work he’s been working on his open source OOCSS framework inuit.css, and also on csswizardry-grids, a Sass-based responsive grid system.
Based in Freiburg, Germany, at the age of 15 Hans Christian Reinl began teaching himself to code, and his first job was creating a website for a local rock festival. Mainly focused on front-end code, especially CSS, he shares what he learns on his blog.