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The Neon Moiré Show is the podcast of neonmoire.com, an online curated design conference calendar of the world's most interesting design conferences and events on our digitized world. The agenda will focus on graphic, typography and interaction design conferences, not to forget design film festivals and an overview of the top design summer schools. The show is hosted by Thomas Dahm.

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The Neon Moiré Show is the podcast of neonmoire.com, an online curated design conference calendar of the world's most interesting design conferences and events on our digitized world. The agenda will focus on graphic, typography and interaction design conferences, not to forget design film festivals and an overview of the top design summer schools. The show is hosted by Thomas Dahm.

    XXXVII — Conference Organizer Helle Martens

    XXXVII — Conference Organizer Helle Martens

    Episode 36 of the Neon Moiré Show is with conference organizer Charis Rooda on postponing or cancel your in-person conference. Charis is part of the SmashingConf team and organizes since 2017 annually her own non-profit conference Webconf.asia in Hong Kong. Which she had to postpone In 2019 because of the massive protest in her beloved city. In this episode we talk about why postponing a conference is better than canceling. Bringing parts of SmashingConf online and which tools to use to create an awesome online conference experience.

    Featuring:
    Helle Martens / @snetramelleh, conference organizer

    Host:
    Thomas Dahm (twitter.com/thomasdahm), Neon Moiré founder.

    Show notes:
    neonmoire.com/podcast

    About Neon Moiré:
    Neon Moiré is a curated event guide of the world’s most interesting design conferences and events on our digitized world. The agenda will focus on graphic, typography and interaction design conferences, not to forget design film festivals and an overview of the top design summer schools. Curated by Thomas Dahm.

    Support Us:
    Leave a rating or review on iTunes
    Become a one-time or recurring supporter on Patreon: patreon.com/thomasdahm

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    • 36 min.
    XXXVI — Conference Organizer Charis Rooda

    XXXVI — Conference Organizer Charis Rooda

    Episode 36 of the Neon Moiré Show is with conference organizer Charis Rooda on postponing or cancel your in-person conference. Charis is part of the SmashingConf team and organizes since 2017 annually her own non-profit conference Webconf.asia in Hong Kong. Which she had to postpone In 2019 because of the massive protest in her beloved city. In this episode we talk about why postponing a conference is better than canceling. Bringing parts of SmashingConf online and which tools to use to create an awesome online conference experience.

    Featuring:
    Charis Rooda (twitter.com/charis)

    Host:
    Thomas Dahm (twitter.com/thomasdahm), Neon Moiré founder.

    Show notes:
    neonmoire.com/podcast

    About Neon Moiré:
    Neon Moiré is a curated event guide of the world’s most interesting design conferences and events on our digitized world. The agenda will focus on graphic, typography and interaction design conferences, not to forget design film festivals and an overview of the top design summer schools. Curated by Thomas Dahm.

    Support Us:
    Leave a rating or review on iTunes
    Become a one-time or recurring supporter on Patreon: patreon.com/thomasdahm

    Follow Us:
    Newsletter: neonmoire.com/subscribe
    Twitter: twitter.com/neonmoire
    Instagram: instagram.com/neonmoire instagram.com/neonmoireshow
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    • 35 min.
    XXXV — Josh Schaub on creating moving posters

    XXXV — Josh Schaub on creating moving posters

    Episode 35 of the Neon Moiré Show is with Swiss graphic designer Josh Schaub. Josh specializes in poster-, and motion design and runs the online exhibition space for moving posters at themovingposter.com. 

    In this episode, recorded during the seventh edition of Graphic Matters, Josh Schaub and Thomas Dahm talk about graphic design, the possibilities, and limits of a moving poster and its future.

    Featuring:
    Josh Schaub (instagram.com/joshschaub.ch/), graphic designer

    Host:
    Thomas Dahm (twitter.com/thomasdahm), Neon Moiré founder.

    Show notes and Josh's Neon 5:
    neonmoire.com/podcast/35/josh-schaub-on-creating-moving-posters

    Explore more:
    Listen to our interview with Dennis Elbers, curator of Graphic Matters.
    soundcloud.com/neonmoireshow/dennis-elbers-curator-of-graphic-matters

    About Neon Moiré:
    Neon Moiré is a curated event guide of the world’s most interesting design conferences and events on our digitized world. The agenda will focus on graphic, typography and interaction design conferences, not to forget design film festivals and an overview of the top design summer schools. Curated by Thomas Dahm.

    Support Us:
    Leave a rating or review on iTunes
    Become a one-time or recurring supporter on Patreon: patreon.com/thomasdahm

    Follow Us:
    Newsletter: neonmoire.com/subscribe
    Twitter: twitter.com/neonmoire
    Instagram: instagram.com/neonmoire instagram.com/neonmoireshow
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    • 43 min.
    XXXIV - Mike Hill on the psychology of storytelling

    XXXIV - Mike Hill on the psychology of storytelling

    Episode 34 of the Neon Moiré Show is with video game and film concept designer Mike Hill. Among other projects, Mike has designed for films such as Blade Runner 2049, HBO's Game of Thrones, as well as for video games such as the Call of Duty and Horizon Zero Dawn. Mike's major interest is in the psychology of storytelling and how an understanding of mythology and contemporary psychology is crucial to understanding how great stories work. In this episode, Thomas and Mike talk about these topics, and how they influence Mike's daily life. 

    This show is recorded during the 13th edition of FITC in Amsterdam. FITC Amsterdam is an annual conference on the Future of Innovation, Technology, and Creativity. 

    Featuring:
    Mike Hill 

    Host:
    Thomas Dahm (@thomasdahm), graphic designer, and creator of Neon Moiré.


    Show notes and Mike's Neon 5: 
    neonmoire.com/podcast/34/mike-hill 

    About Neon Moiré:
    Neon Moiré is a curated event guide of the world’s most interesting design conferences and events on our digitized world. The agenda will focus on graphic, typography and interaction design conferences, not to forget design film festivals and an overview of the top design summer schools. Curated by Thomas Dahm.

    Support Us:
    Leave a rating or review on iTunes
    Become a one-time or recurring supporter on Patreon: patreon.com/thomasdahm

    Follow Us:
    Newsletter: neonmoire.com/subscribe
    Twitter: twitter.com/neonmoire
    Instagram: instagram.com/neonmoire instagram.com/neonmoireshow
    Facebook: facebook.com/neonmoire

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    • 34 min.
    XXXIII - Dion Lee on working in journalism as a designer

    XXXIII - Dion Lee on working in journalism as a designer

    Episode 33 of the Neon Moiré Show is with Dion Lee, Art Director at Vox.com videos.

    Dion Lee grew up in South Korea and Canada before moving to New York to study graphic design. After design school, she worked in advertising and later in media as a motion designer. Today Dion works at Vox.com as Senior Art Director. In this episode Dion Lee and host Thomas Dahm talk about her journey, working in journalism as a designer and why creating videos is so fulfilling. Enjoy listening.

    This show is recorded during the 12th edition of the Infographics Conference in Hilversum. Infographics Conference is an annual conference on information graphics, information visualization, data-viz, and visual storytelling.

    Featuring:
    Dion Lee (@dionlee__) Art Director at Vox.com videos.

    Host:
    Thomas Dahm (@thomasdahm), graphic designer, and creator of Neon Moiré.

    Show notes and Dion's Neon 5: 
    neonmoire.com/podcast/33/dion-lee

    About Neon Moiré:
    Neon Moiré is a curated event guide of the world’s most interesting design conferences and events on our digitized world. The agenda will focus on graphic, typography and interaction design conferences, not to forget design film festivals and an overview of the top design summer schools. Curated by Thomas Dahm.

    Support Us:
    Leave a rating or review on iTunes
    Become a one-time or recurring supporter on Patreon: patreon.com/thomasdahm

    Follow Us:
    Newsletter: neonmoire.com/subscribe
    Twitter: twitter.com/neonmoire
    Instagram: instagram.com/neonmoire instagram.com/neonmoireshow
    Facebook: facebook.com/neonmoire

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    • 32 min.
    XXXII — Dennis Elbers curator of Graphic Matters

    XXXII — Dennis Elbers curator of Graphic Matters

    Episode 32 of the Neon Moiré Show is with Dennis Elbers, founder, and curator of Graphic Matters. The design festival, founded in 2008, shows every two years how designers shape and influence our perspective on current issues that matter.

    In this episode, recorded during the seventh edition of Graphic Matters, Thomas Dahm talks with Dennis Elbers about finding and exploring the richness of this year's festival theme: Information Superpower. The importance of learning visual literacy at a young age. What it takes to create a good information graphic, and how to read a data visualization without missing all intentions put in the image. 

    Featuring:
    Dennis Elbers (twitter.com/graphicmatters), founder and curator of Graphic Matters.

    Host:
    Thomas Dahm (twitter.com/thomasdahm), graphic designer, and creator of Neon Moiré.

    Explore more:
    Listen to our previous interview with Dennis Elbers, episode 9, where we talk about how Dennis Elbers became a curator and why he founded the festival in 2008. Which role graphic design plays in our daily life and the future plans of Graphic Matters.
    Neon Moire Show – episode 8

    Show notes and Dennis' Neon 5: 
    neonmoire.com/podcast/32/dennis-elbers-curator-of-graphic-matters

    About Neon Moiré:
    Neon Moiré is a curated event guide of the world’s most interesting design conferences and events on our digitized world. The agenda will focus on graphic, typography and interaction design conferences, not to forget design film festivals and an overview of the top design summer schools. Curated by Thomas Dahm.

    Support Us:
    Leave a rating or review on iTunes
    Become a one-time or recurring supporter on Patreon: patreon.com/thomasdahm

    Follow Us:
    Newsletter: neonmoire.com/subscribe
    Twitter: twitter.com/neonmoire
    Instagram: instagram.com/neonmoire instagram.com/neonmoireshow
    Facebook: facebook.com/neonmoire

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    • 36 min.

Klantrecensies

4.4 van 5
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The Plex ,

Informative and balanced

Nice and informative podcast, it gives a small insight in the mind behind the design(er). The editing or quality of the studio needs some work but it's getting there. I especially like the Neon Five, always nice to get some tips!

Kijk.nu ,

Great initiative!

Great initiative! Love how Thomas generously shares his own curiosity and quest for inspiration with us all. And it's great to hear him grow in his role as an interviewer ;-)

JOINE design ,

Loved the show of today!

Fun to listen and super good graphics.

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