Recently, OpenMethods (a DARIAH initiative devoted to highlighting methods in digital humanities) launched a new series entitled OpenMethods Spotlights which contains interviews with the creator(s) of Digital Humanities tools and methods.
"Research tools and methods are non-neutral scholarly assets as they are usually embedded into a certain epistemic culture and had been conceived in the context of a certain research project. Their creators as well as the decisions they make in the course of development often remain invisible for the broader scholarly community. A core aim of OpenMethods is to change this by giving greater recognition to tool-makers in Digital Humanities and strengthening the scholarly discussion around them."
DARIAH is the Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities.