interviews

Syndicated The Enduring Appeal Of Polaroid Photographs

A new book edited by aficionado Florian Kaps explores why the instant camera still holds a special place in people’s hearts

Swipe Left On A Dating World Built To Keep You Single And Disconnected

Hinge's VP of Marketing Karen Fein tells us about the service's daring ditch of the swiping culture that's designed to attract advertising revenue, not meaningful connections

Technology Virtual Interviews Help People With Autism Land A Job

New software prepares young autistic adults with practice sessions

Advertising How They Made Angry Birds

"It needed enemies fast—so I just drew this pig thing I’ve been drawing since I was 10"

Design Ai Weiwei: From Criminal to Art-World Superstar

The Chinese artist talks about how his incarceration helped his career, and why he’s embarrassed about his early work

Luxury A Cinematic Look Into Nightclub Bathrooms

MJ Delaney's new film 'Powder Room' takes on a taboo subject matter.

Home Sopranos' Creator David Chase Remembers James Gandolfini

In an interview, Chase discusses his 'soulmate', friend and colleague – and Tony Soprano, the 'angry guy' they created together.

Luxury Why The 'Humans Of New York' Series Is So Popular

Georgia native and ex-Chicago bond trader didn't predict the overwhelming success of his NYC photo blog.

Work M.I.A. Still Has A Bone To Pick With The Music Industry

Punk-rap star comes out of retirement to talk about her place in pop music, conspiracy theories, and being an artist.

Advertising Who Are The Young Minds Driving Singapore’s Rapid Development? [Video]

'Words of a Generation' features intimate interviews that show the personal perspectives of Singaporeans born in the '70s.

Technology Agency Monitors Intern Brainwaves To Determine Their Passion For The Job [Video]

TBWA Instanbul makes it difficult to get through an interview by faking your enthusiasm.

Gaming & Play Macala Wright: CEOs Seek New Environments To Learn How To Speak To Customers

As global economic unrest alters the way in which customers interact with brands and businesses, leaders of those companies are having to rewire their ways of thinking to meet customer needs.

Design Designer Tom Dixon On Why He Is Anti-Fashion

The British creative mind whose work is featured in the MoMA and V&A talks about how his multifaceted life influenced his new book, Dixionary.

Innovation Hipster Magazine For Dads Explores Modern Fatherhood

Kindling Quarterly explores contemporary fatherhood through essays, interviews, editorials, and photography.