Interview with Stig Møller Hansen & Karsten Vestergaard, designers and programmers, working at DMJX.
Stig Møller Hansen bought his first computer in 1989 and quickly developed a passion for mixing art and code. Thirty years later, he has made his childhood excitement his professional career, teaching designers how to invent and build their own design tools using code as a creative medium. An avid speaker, Stig often shares his thoughts, experiences, and expertise at conferences, workshops, and courses around the world. Karsten Vestergaard started as a Flash Developer and has ever since had a keen eye on the creative powers that resides in the intersection between design and technology. Currently, he is Programme Coordinator at Interactive Design at DMJX, where he teaches students to have a broad and bold perspective on their ability to utilize code as a design tool. Aside from that, he can’t play the saxophone … yet!