Category: Design.blog Young Guns Team

After the 1st month, this needs to keep going and we’re bound to get tired. We’ll always need fresh A12s to make Design.blog better — so to borrow a phrase from the Art Director’s Club … and to also remember that “young” is always just a state of mind, and has nothing to do with age.

Kjell Reigstad

Open Source challenges us to share our best work, and enables us to learn when someone improves upon that work.

Ashleigh Axios

Open Source frees information and ideas for community ideation, collaboration, and iteration. It’s a faster track to better results and a more united design and tech communities.

Scott Evans

When I first plugged my computer to the telephone line it was rather magical. Those sweet chirping modem sounds connected me to a place full of knowledge, optimism and collaboration. With every link clicked I […]

Cristel Rossignol

I believe that the concept of Open Source in technology is the equivalent of a free education system in a society. When everyone is given the equal opportunity to learn, forward thinking opportunities arise.

Ernesto Méndez

In the modern world, big advancements in technology have been made by multiple minds working together. Open Source has made this possible in many ways, allowing several people to contribute, build upon, and improve ideas, […]

James Koster

Like many other a12s (and way more people outside the company), Open Source has changed my life. Its principles afforded me the opportunity to get started along my path of building stuff for the web […]

Gareth Allison

Community & the sharing of knowledge in the Open Source world has helped me immensely along my journey. It’s a small aspect of the whole Open Source philosophy, but one I value a lot.