This is part 2 of our interview with first time MAX speaker Tad Carpenter. We had a few more questions for him, including asking him about what he does when he hits a creative wall, who his design heroes are, and a quick inside look into what he’ll cover in his session at MAX this year.
Kansas City, Missouri-based designer, illustrator, author and teacher, Tad Carpenter, is about to join us for his first MAX session. You may recognize his colorful and whimsical work from his children’s books and gig posters.
We’re back with another In-App Update, with the latest one adding support for Bootstrap 3.3.7. Dreamweaver continues to be the go-to tool to create responsive sites using Bootstrap, and we’re happy to support the latest version.
Hailing from the southeast of England, Mike Russell has built his career as a digital audio expert, voiceover artist, and popular instructor. More than a decade ago he started Music Radio Creative, which produces high-quality audio content for DJs, radio stations, and podcasters.
Roman Lehmann may have achieved his career goals as a cinematographer, motion designer, producer, and video editor working on large scale blockbusters in Hollywood and high profile commercials across the globe, but he isn’t showing any signs of slowing down.
The question becomes how do we balance designing digital content for two demographics that are at opposite ends of the age spectrum, access content in different ways, and have different cognitive abilities and digital competencies?