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Khoi Vinh

Raised in Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA, but originary from Saigon, Vietnam, Khoi has a major in Communication Design with a focus on Illustration at Otis College of Art and Design, Orange County, California, USA. He is also a Graphic Designer and has spent several years designing for the web and interactive media. Vinh became Design Director for the New York Times website where he led a process of user experience enhancements until his departure in 2010. Thereafter, he founded his own project, Lascaux Co. which developed Mixel for iPad, a social collage application.

One of the most useful and wise articles that Khoi has written in his blog, Subtraction, is What I Learned When I Started a Design Studio: a priceless guide for those who will adventure digging into the freelance world as well as for those visionaries aiming to found their own studio.

Other interesting insight is captured in Android Doubles Down on Design; Vinh criticizes Android design principles that despite being well set, are not well implemented and don’t make too much a difference from Android main competitors, namely, Windows Phone and iPhone.

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