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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Keith Kirkland. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Keith Kirkland, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Keith Kirkland. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Keith Kirkland, often where they are interviewed.

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How will haptic feedback change navigation? ft. Keith Kirkland

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Learn more about WearWorks on their website: www.wear.works/

Follow WearWorks on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Youtube.

Created by SOUR, this podcast is part of the studio's "Future of X,Y,Z" research, where the collaborative discussion outcomes serve as the base for the futuristic concepts built in line with the studio's mission of solving urban, social and environmental problems through intelligent designs.

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Make sure to visit our website - podcast.whatswrongwith.xyz - and subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Google Podcasts so you never miss an episode. 

If you found value in this show, we would appreciate it if you could head over to iTunes to rate and leave a review – or you can simply tell your friends about the show. 

Don’t forget to join us next week for another episode. Thank you for listening!

Aug 12 2020 · 34mins
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Tomorrow Talks: Keith Kirkland

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2020 has rattled us all and left us more and more uncertain about the future. So to help try to make sense of what comes next, we decided to talk to some of the smartest people we know. We’re now proud to introduce to you, Tomorrow Talks: Conversations About the Future of ________. 


In this first episode, Tomorrow Lab Industrial Designer, Joe Gonzalez chats with Keith Kirkland about the future of Diversity in Design. Keith is Co-Founder and Head of Haptics at Wear Works, which designs products for the visually impaired. Keith is a Fashion and Industrial Designer with a background in Mechanical Engineering. He has created different types of wearable devices, including a Kung-Fu downloading bodysuit.


We hope you enjoy the conversation. If you prefer to watch, find the episode on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/c/TomorrowLab) or on IG @tomorrowlabnyc


Please subscribe and share with others you think may enjoy this. We have some more exciting ones coming soon. 


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Aug 07 2020 · 25mins

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Like a BOSS with Loralyn Mears & Guest Keith Kirkland

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Keith Kirkland, co-founder of Wear.works, has taken his industrial engineering and design experience to new levels. He's helping the blind and visually impaired SEE through touch. Haptic tech. He shared his inspiring story and humble beginnings with Loralyn Mears, PhD.

Jul 12 2020 · 18mins
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123: Keith Kirkland and Kevin Yoo - Upbringing To Start-Up Founders

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This week's guests Keith Kirkland and Kevin Yoo are co-founders of Wearable tech start up Wear Works

In part one we cover the challenges they both overcame growing up.    


Keith was born into a loving family but faced growing up in one the most violent towns in the US, Camden, New Jersey. 

Always feeling an outsider, and a high performer he saw education as his way to escape the streets of Camden and avoid becoming just another statistic in the list of black male deaths under the age of 26

Kevin was born in South Korea but faced the culture shock of moving to the US age 10 and navigating his way through school during a time his family was in survival mode.   


While both Kevin and Keith grew up with economic scarcity each enjoyed  an abundance of support and love.

We cover their parallel paths to studying Industrial design at New York’s Pratt school. 

Keith explains how his a love of art, talent for math as well as some soul searching questions from a Professor set him on a path to Industrial Design 


Keith unpacks his circuitous path from art, engineering, to selling shoes to show and handbag design to studying Industrial design at Pratt.  


I think this show demonstrates how persistence, hard work and willpower, wins in the end. I hope you enjoy the early insights on Keith Kirkland and Kevin Yoo. 

In part two we dive deep into their experience as start up founders, the challenges they have faced and overcome and their vision for the future of haptic technology. 


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Kevin’s Linkedin 

Keith’s Linkedin 



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Jun 24 2020 · 44mins

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123: Keith Kirkland and Kevin Yoo - Upbringing To Start-Up Founders

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Guest overview 

This week's guests Keith Kirkland and Kevin Yoo are co-founders of Wearable tech start up Wear Works

In part one we cover the challenges they both overcame growing up.    


Keith was born into a loving family but faced growing up in one the most violent towns in the US, Camden, New Jersey. 

Always feeling an outsider, and a high performer he saw education as his way to escape the streets of Camden and avoid becoming just another statistic in the list of black male deaths under the age of 26

Kevin was born in South Korea but faced the culture shock of moving to the US age 10 and navigating his way through school during a time his family was in survival mode.   


While both Kevin and Keith grew up with economic scarcity each enjoyed  an abundance of support and love.

We cover their parallel paths to studying Industrial design at New York’s Pratt school. 

Keith explains how his a love of art, talent for math as well as some soul searching questions from a Professor set him on a path to Industrial Design 


Keith unpacks his circuitous path from art, engineering, to selling shoes to show and handbag design to studying Industrial design at Pratt.  


I think this show demonstrates how persistence, hard work and willpower, wins in the end. I hope you enjoy the early insights on Keith Kirkland and Kevin Yoo. 

In part two we dive deep into their experience as start up founders, the challenges they have faced and overcome and their vision for the future of haptic technology. 


Social links

Kevin’s Linkedin 

Keith’s Linkedin 



Links in the show

Wear Works

FIT

Pratt

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Jun 24 2020 · 44mins
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LVG EP #28 with Keith Kirkland

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ABOUT MY GUEST

For my next guest in the LVG PODCAST, I have Keith Kirkland.  Here is a quick intro about Keith Kirkland.

“ Keith is the co-founder of a new haptic device for the visually impaired called WayBand. Keith is a Fashion and Industrial Designer with a background in Mechanical Engineering. He has created different types of wearable devices, including a Kung-Fu downloading bodysuit. Keith is a natural speaker with a glow of positive energy.”

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Jun 04 2020 · 1hr 33mins
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Episode #104: Hindsight is 20/20 (Keith Kirkland)

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Wondering if you’re on the right path — or if your path even exists yet? We’ve got you. Our guest is Keith Kirkland, a mechanical engineer, accessories designer, and industrial designer who’s the cofounder of Wear Works, a wearable technology startup. Keith fills us in on what he’s building at Wear Works, how it’s the perfect destination of his zigzag path, and why following what feels authentic to us is the most generous thing we can do.

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Jan 06 2020 · 46mins
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130. Life Is Pain and BS, Then You Die, Unless you Find a Way to Make it Mean Something | Keith Kirkland

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Keith Kirkland (@wearworksinc) is a TED resident/speaker, an accessories and industrial designer, accomplished speaker and the co-founder and Head of Haptics of WearWork, a company creating nextgen wearables to help visually impaired folks living in busy urban environments.
Jul 29 2019 · 1hr 4mins
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How We Started - Keith Kirkland, Wear.Works, Future of Haptic Navigation

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This is the Impact Innovation Podcast by Rebel Method. Bringing you events and panels on different topics to keep you on the edge of innovation and accelerating impact founders from zero to impact.

This is a special episode that is part of the 'How We Started' series where we interview impact founders to share the tips, tricks, hacks, the struggle, the real story of how they started.

We are covering Keith Kirkland, CEO and Co-Founder of Wear.Works.

http://www.wear.works/

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Nov 05 2017 · 38mins