Kyungseok Hahm received a Bachelor of Engineering from Korea University before working at Samsung Electronics Telecommunication Network. He then went back to school to study communication design at SADI (Samsung Art and Design Institute) focusing on the synergy between design and technology. In 2011, Kyungseok Hahm founded the interactive design studio VOID Creative working for clients such as Samsung Museum of Art Leeum, UNICEF, Samsung Electronics and Switzerland Tourism. Together with friends who had also studied at SADI, he founded the interactive design company Tangomike in early 2013. He works there as a designer and creative coder.
What do you understand by good communication design?
Good communication design delivers a clear message.
Which of your projects has been
the biggest challenge for you so far?
The Leeum Interactive Project was a big challenge for me because the project had to solve the dilemma posed by combining ancient artefacts and new technology – two very different aspects.
Why did you become a communication designer?
I always wanted to try something new when I began studying design. Communication design was a perfect design field for me even with my engineering background.
With whom would you like to work?
Daft Punk. Music, technology and design.