What is "nighternet"?
It's a combitation of "nighter" (a german for a late night person) and "net".
Now describe in few words why you're a perfect fit for us?
I did my best to describe myself with this site. Now it's your turn to decide that.
OK, but are you a good team player?
Have you seen a world-class soloist who couldn’t play in the band? Is it true the other way around?
There are too many samples here. The site looks old..
It certainly looks this way if you think that whole graphic design started when Jony Ive had declared the birth of the "flat design". If you think the "white box" endless parallax scroll design is the only eligible one. The thing is that there are thousands of identical looking portfolio sites out there trying to "demonstrate the uniqueness of their creators". It's either $20 or free WordPress skin or a turnkey portfolio template.

What is so ugly that has to be changes every 8-12 months? Design.

Besides, I didn't want to embellish or distort my design bio. It's the only honest way to show the how I think in different situations, from a smallest one-hour production to a gigantic project, spanning years.

The old site was all Flash and now became obsolete and unreadable like Phaestos disc. Past projects are design ephemera, that can't be found anywhere else on the web. I preserved them as the mementos of my life like people preserve thousands of selfies.
How do I find stuff here?
Everything more-less significant is here. You can either go by the category using the top menu, by client list down below, or simply click on any thumb that piqued your curiosity.
What is your process?
Read more about it here.
Do you have any preferences for a particular area of design?
I enjoy using all parts of my brain.
Do you consider yourself an expert in human-centered or visual design?
Aside from some audio-driven systems, all UIs are "visual". There is no design that not human-centered, from the first flint-stone tools to the wearable computers. Well, maybe bird feeders...
Are you comfortable with coding?
I know enough about it to be a good UX designer, i.e. to know full well what's possible and what's not on any given platform. The script, responsible for this site behavior is created by David DeSandro.
What do you do for fun?
It's here.