Interesting Engineering: Our new website has arrived
Dear loyal readers,
We’ve been incredibly grateful for your ongoing support and feedback. Interesting Engineering started life as a simple blog back in 2010, the brainchild of founder Hüseyin Kılıç. Since then, it has grown into an international publication serving millions of readers per month, with fascinating insights into the world of engineering, DIY, innovation, science, and creativity.
Today, I’m excited to share with you the next step in our journey — a redesigned website that takes the high-quality content you’ve come to expect from Interesting Engineering and delivers even more.
It features a cleaner layout, making it easier than ever to read the stories you love. It offers that same in-depth reporting and analysis, but with an improved format. For those that want to dive deeper, a new premium tier offers exclusive interviews and long reads, new site features, and much more.
To mark the occasion, we’re spotlighting seven of the world’s most interesting engineers. Their work is emblematic of what drives us at IE: fascinating thought leaders, experts in their field, using small-scale projects to spark big-scale movements and ideas.
This is just the beginning. We want to help tell stories like these and more, highlighting the best engineering has to offer. Interesting Engineering will be the premier place for discovering the projects that spark curiosity, the innovators that are shaping the world of tomorrow, and the growing trends that hint at what’s still to come.
We’ve got big plans ahead, and I can’t wait to see what you think.
Got any comments or suggestions? Feel free to drop me an email, or get in touch using our contact us form.
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