Khoi Vinh is a user experience designer, speaker, blogger and author of the book "Ordering Disorder: Grid Principles for Web Design" from New Riders. Until recently, he was the design director at NYTimes.com, where he led the in-house design team in user experience innovation for digital products of all kinds.
For over a decade, he published his thoughts on design, technology and culture at the widely-read blog Subtraction.com. He is the Interactions columnist for Print Magazine, and has lectured all over the world on design matters.
Previously, Khoi was the co-founder of the award-winning New York design studio Behavior, LLC. He studied communication design at Otis School of Art and Design in Los Angeles, and practiced branding and graphic design in print for several years in Washington, D.C., before moving to New York.
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|Sep 19, 2015||Re/code - Ad Blocker Debate Rolls Into the Weekend|
|Sep 1, 2015||Gizmodo - Google's Logo Killed Serifs Because Serifs Had It Coming|
|Jun 22, 2015||Mashable - New Apple patent could hide iPhone 6's ugly antenna cutouts|
|Apr 7, 2015||Wired News - A Legendary Redesign of Helvetica, Reborn After 30 Years|
|Mar 30, 2015||The Verge - Adobe and former NYT designer Khoi Vinh made a super simple design app for iPad|
|Mar 30, 2015||Wired News - Adobe's New Brainstorming App For Designers Is Here|
|Mar 30, 2015||TechCrunch - Adobe’s New iPad App Lets Designers Quickly Sketch Out Layout Ideas On Mobile|
|Jan 27, 2015||Wired News - Nobody Knows What an iPad Is Good for Anymore|