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Author: Michael Lane

Hillman Curtis Interview

Author: Michael Lane
Thanks: Michael would like to thank Hillman Curtis, Homera Chaudhry and Susan Nixon for helping set up this interview.


  Known in the community as a master in the art of motion graphics, he has worked with some of the biggest names in the business. Razorfish, Adobe and Rolling Stone just to name a few. His book Flash Web Design is required reading in some of the most prestigious design schools in existence. His designs have garnered over 35 awards, including 10 for Macromedia's Shocked Site of the Day. His name: Hillman Curtis. I recently had an opportunity to ask Curtis some questions via email and he was more than willing to allow us a glimpse into his world. So let us get started.

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Added: 2001-08-21
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