Elections Preview Part II with Alastair Campbell, Tim Walker and Chris Deerin
The New European Podcast
Former Downing Street communications director Alastair Campbell talks about the scandals engulfing Number 10 and how Keir Starmer helped produce a 'Kevin Keegan' moment at PMQs. Journalist Tim Walker explains why it's time for a fully independent speaker in the Commons and wonders if Michael Gove could be the next PM. Plus Chris Deerin looks at whether Scotland will lurch closer to independence on May 6... and if Anas Sarwar can turn the tide. Plus your suggestions on how to redecorate the Downing Street flat, and Arlene Foster enters our Hall of Shame. Help spread the word of this podcast by leaving a five-star review on the podcast catcher of choice.
AMP 222: How CoSchedule Makes Design Magic Happen (And How You Can Too) With Tim Walker From CoSchedule
Actionable Marketing Podcast
How does design happen, and how do designers and marketers collaborate? As a common courtesy, provide details to get more work done better and faster. CoSchedule is consistently committed to quality design and creative output. Today’s guest is Tim Walker, visual designer at CoSchedule. Tim talks about how he infuses brand with individual style that is distinctly CoSchedule. Discover how to replicate CoSchedule’s processes and philosophies. Some of the highlights of the show include: Onboarding: Intimidating, exciting, and challenging to integrate individual style Standards and Guidelines: Set and define them to have fun within them Design Playground: Time and place to test new ideas, styles, and color palettes Collaboration Challenge: Communicate clearly about team/department needs What Works, What Doesn’t: Specificity, purpose vs. vagueness, no direction Intent: Good design doesn’t happen by accident, it takes thoughtful planning Investment: Don’t cut corners—good aesthetics authenticate your brand Inspiration: Collect designs from Pinterest, Dribble, Ehance, and Instagram Links: Tim Walker on LinkedIn Ben Sailer on LinkedIn CoSchedule Quotes from Tim Walker: “Every designer has their own style. A lot of designers can do a lot of things, but I think each designer kind of has their own unique kind of signature. Integrating that into the brand, that’s always a fun little challenge.” “It’s really important to kind of have those standards set in place and well-defined, and then you can kind of have some fun within those. It was enjoyable to try to meld my own style with the existing guidelines.” “Everyone’s really great at communicating exactly what they need from design and the purpose of the design, too, and what we’re trying to achieve with it.” “If you have valuable content to share, why not give it some great clothes to wear?” “Humans are visual creatures. When we see images, our brains store the details verbally and visually. If you want people to pay attention to your content, and recognize your brand, or buy your product, share your posts, you need to have strong design or you’ll be forgotten and ignored.”
Note: This episode was recorded remotely, adhering to UK Government advice during the COVID-19 pandemic. Tim Walker is acting Chief Executive of acr21, an umbrella waste management partnership representing 6 councils in Northern Ireland, who look to manage and develop waste facilities.He has over 20 years experience working in the public sector, primarily for Belfast City Council. arc21 - https://www.arc21.org.uk/who-we-are/people//Chartered Institution of Wastes Management - https://www.ciwm.co.uk///// Twitter: @SocEnv_HQ // YouTube: Society for the Environment // Website: socenv.org.uk/podcast //
Jo checks in with friend and server, Tim Walker Anderson, who is making the best of his lockdown routine in Brooklyn with oatmeal, exercise, Zelda and more.For all updates and questions regarding COVID 19, please visit CDC.gov. Stay safe and be sure to social distance whenever possible. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How to raise funds and campaign - with Tim Walker - Ep 5
Making the world better
In this episode I speak to Tim Walker. Tim is a direct response copy writer and campaigner. Tim’s been a colleague and friend of mine for many years, and is the founder of the fundraising agency TWCAT, now On agency, and is a member of my team at ChangeStar. He has had decades of success in helping charities and other good causes to raise more funds and build stronger campaigns by communicating better with the public and their supporters.This is an aspect of the work of charities and political causes that is often not seen by the public yet it can be critical to how well they are able to achieve the change they are seeking. A lot of people work in the social change sector simply to help charities get their message across to people, and Tim is one of the most knowledgeable people doing this. In this chat, I’ll talk to Tim about the work he does, why it matters and some of his biggest successes. I hope you enjoy this episode - thanks for listening. Please follow or subscribe to this podcast, and do share it with anyone you think might like it!
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