Best friends, Trav & Los, talk late into the night, exploring new ideas for creative professionals. They argue over concepts, share secrets, and interview their industry heroes.
Best friends, Trav & Los, talk late into the night, exploring new ideas for creative professionals. They argue over concepts, share secrets, and interview their industry heroes.
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A podcast from Karen McGrane and Ethan Marcotte, who interview the people who make responsive designs happen.
Rank #1: Episode #150: Lime Crime.
Fans of responsive web design (and unicorn makeup) will want to hear Chrissie Webster and Linda Bustos explain how they met the needs of Lime Crime’s mobile audience. Read more »
Rank #2: Episode #63: CodePen.
We go meta, talking to web designer/developers Chris Coyier and Katie Kovalcin about the redesign of CodePen, a product for web designers and developers. Read more »
A small batch podcast hosted by Anna Debenham and Brad Frost, dedicated to talking about style guides, pattern libraries and building effective interface systems.
Rank #1: Jeremy Keith.
In our grand finale, Jeremy wraps up our small-batch podcast by talking about style guides from an agency’s perspective.
Rank #2: Nathan Curtis.
Nathan joins us to talk about the style guides he’s worked on, and some of the things he’s gleaned from user research.
Conversations with world experts on changing technologies and future of the web. The Web Ahead is your shortcut to keeping up. Hosted by Jen Simmons.
Rank #1: 54: Jekyll and CMS-less websites with Young Hahn and Dave Cole.
After many years of using Content Management Systems that store content in a database, there's a movement to store content in files instead. Jekyll and other tools, including github, are springing up to create a new ecosystem of file-based tools. Young Hahn and Dave Cole join Jen Simmons to explain. Links for this episode:Dave Cole | Development SeedYoung Hahn | Development SeedHealth Insurance Marketplace, Affordable Care Act | Healthcare.gov | HealthCare.govLaunching HealthCare.gov | Development SeedNew Healthcare.gov is Open, CMS-Free | Development SeedHow We Build CMS-Free Websites | Development SeedDaring Fireball: MarkdownIntroducing Prose: A Content Editor for GitHub | Development SeedTumult HypeProse on Mobile | Development SeedNew Media Features in Prose | Development SeedMajor New Features in Prose v1 | Development SeedIntroducing Jekyll-hook: Run your own GitHub Pages | Development SeedBlog | Development SeedDave Cole (dhcole) on TwitterJekyll • Simple, blog-aware, static sitesThe Official YAML Web SiteYAML - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaTemplate Data · mojombo/jekyll WikiJekyll Liquid Api | Jekyll-Bootstrapdevelopmentseed/jekyll-hookGitHub PagesGitHub HelpProse · A Content Editor for GitHubAll documents — EditoriallySnow Fall: The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek - Multimedia Feature - NYTimes.comBuilding the new MailChimp.com | MailChimp Email Marketing BlogMapBox | Fast and beautiful mapsTaking “Content First” Very Seriously Cloud Four BlogJekyll Introduction | Jekyll-BootstrapOpen by design: Why the way the new Healthcare.gov was built mattersThanks to our sponsor, CSS Summit. Use code WEBAHEAD for 20% off.
Rank #2: 111: Going Responsive with Karen McGrane.
It’s clear. Responsive is the way to go. One website for all screen sizes, for all devices. But what does it take for a company with an pre-existing site or pre-existing way of working together to make the needed changes to go responsive? It's not about the media queries. It's about everything else. Karen McGrane joins Jen Simmons to talk about her new book, and to imagine an amazing future. Thanks to Squarespace for sponsoring this episode. Use coupon code JENSENTME to get 10% off your first purchase.
A short, weekly show about design and development hosted by Sam Soffes & Bryn Jackson. Each episode has five short segments comprised of listener questions, tech industry news, and other related topics.
Rank #1: 26: Grocery Store Fast Lane.
In this episode: Fastlane, when to change jobs, Structs vs Classes in Swift, Exporting assets, and writing APIs in Rails! If you have questions of your own, you can tweet us at @immutablefm, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or join our Slack team! Sponsors: Hired Topic 1: Can you go a little into what you use Fastlane for; and if it makes sense to start using as an indie dev or only at a company, or both? Fastlane Fabric Felix Krause Topic 2: What do you do when you get offers for better opportunities with more pay and better perks soon after you just switched jobs because it was a better opportunity with more pay and better perks? # Topic 3: I am fairly new to programming and Swift and I am a bit confused after watching the WWDC on protocol-orientated programming. When should we choose to use a Struct over a Class in iOS and is POP something that you are using when writing your apps? Protocol-Oriented Programming in Swift Object-Oriented Programming Andy Matuschak Andy Matuschak - "Functioning as a Functionalist" Justin Spahr-Summers Justin Spahr-Summers - "Enemy of the State" Topic 4: When coming up with mockups for clients, is there an easier way of exporting multiple variations/sizes of a mockup quickly with one click For example a logo in illustrator exported in three different colors for the client to choose. Is there a faster, easier way to mass export without saving each variation as pdf or png individually? Adobe Illustrator Adobe Generator Affinity Designer Gulp gulp-svg-sprite Sketch Figma Topic 5: I have a question for the show that arose from the Parse discussion. As a mobile developer I would love to start doing some small backend stuff and write my own API. Where is the best place to get started on that journey? Sam mentioned Ruby on Rails as his go to. Would love to hear more about how we can transition to backend stuff. Railscasts.com Treehouse Outro Today w/ Teehan & Jacks: Episode 2 (We've already stopped doing it because it takes too much time.) Personal Sam Spec's Slack Team
Rank #2: 02: There's a Thing for That.
Welcome to Episode 2 of Immutable. This episode, we discuss building and monetizing your own app, projects that are too big, why to move to San Francisco, determining the size and spacing of UI elements, and getting started developing for iOS! This is the first new podcast released as part of Spec, a new podcast network for designers and developers! We hope you'll check it out and follow @specfm on Twitter for new shows and updates! If you have feedback or suggestions please don’t hesitate to reach out to us on Twitter at @immutablefm! Sponsors: imgix Topic 1: How do you build and monetize an app as the sole designer and developer? Privatize/Angle Cheddar Sam eating cinnamon Personal Sam Topic 2: What product would you like to build, but is just too big? Button Shyp Stripe John Collison at ValioCon Simple Topic 3: Why should a new designer or developer, fresh out of school, move to San Francisco vs other cities? Topic 4: How do you determine size and spacing of elements in UI? Vertical Rhythm Layout grids iOS HIG Android Design Docs Topic 5: Is there something like Bootstrap for iOS to help people get started quickly? ARC Swift Meng To Design + Code
A weekly podcast about design, technology, programming and everything else.
Rank #1: 160: Siri’s a Snitch.
This week we take some time to catch up, talk about Kevin's upcoming move and then dive into our goals for 2020.Sponsored by Executive Programme for Design Leaders by Future London Academy: Finally, a business programme for design leaders // MBA meets Bauhaus Show Notes Lutron Caseta MTL Design Club Shopify Email Recommendations Foodnoms Tony Fadell — On Building the iPod, iPhone, Nest, and a Life of Curiosity (#403) HostsKevin Clark (@vernalkick)Rafael Conde (@rafahari)
Rank #2: 159: Recommendation Bonanza 2020.
This week we go all out with an entire episode jam-packed with recommendations.Rafa's recommendations** Things to look out for: Loom Kevin's episode on Clockwise Pitch Byte Interests: Corridor Crew Lessons from the Screenplay Beyond the Screenplay Podcast Star Wars episodes Patreon Music: Maggie Rogers Apple Music Spotify Pharrell Williams' reaction video Father of the Bride Apple Music Spotify Kevin's addition: Billie Eilish Comedy specials: Rafa on Letterboxd Mike Birbiglia: The New One Seth Meyers: Lobby Baby Kevin's recommendations Wallet Type 1 Andrew Kim's Instagram Microsoft Redesign Project Don't F*** With Cats Craig Mod's newsletter Frank Chimero's newsletter Invest Like The Best - Instagram cofounders HostsKevin Clark (@vernalkick)Rafael Conde (@rafahari)
Chris Coyier, Alex Vazquez, and Tim Sabat, the co-founders of CodePen talk about the ins and outs of running a web software business.
Rank #1: #234: React Grids.
Cassidy is on to talk about powering the grids on CodePen with React to make them faster and future feature friendly! The post #234: React Grids appeared first on CodePen Blog.
Rank #2: #239: Our Current Stack.
Rachel and Chris go on a tour through tech town to talk about CodePen's current stack and how it has changed and morphed over the years. The post #239: Our Current Stack appeared first on CodePen Blog.
A live podcast about front end web design and UX.
Rank #1: 343: Learning How to Design with Erik Kennedy.
Show DescriptionErik Kennedy helps us open up 2019 with a great discussions on learning how to design, picking out better typography, picking colors, how to handle negative design feedback, and more.
Rank #2: 354: Next.js and Now with Guillermo Rauch.
Show DescriptionGuillermo Rauch stops by to talk about Zeit, Now, and Next.
A podcast about design with your hosts, Mike Monteiro and Jessie Char.
Rank #1: 177 That's My Thinkin' Face.
This week we’re joined by Gabe Levine to talk about libel vs slander, post-election self care, and our fears for the next four years.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lets-make-mistakes/message
Rank #2: 179 Furries of the Programming World.
On this episode, we have interaction design pioneer Alan Cooper on the podcast, and we spend fully half of it talking about his model train project. Also we talk about technology’s history, future, and responsibility to the world our descendants will inherit. This is a good one, folks. Strap in.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lets-make-mistakes/message
The award winning Big Web Show features special guests and topics like web publishing, art direction, content strategy, typography, web technology, and more. It's everything web that matters. Hosted by Jeffrey Zeldman.
Rank #1: 54: Source Of All Knowledge.
Dan and Jeffrey talk about freelancing, project managers, setting up a new computer, and much more. Sponsored by FreshBooks and Shopify.
Rank #2: 9: Responsive Web Design.
Dan and Jeffrey talk with guest Ethan Marcotte. Topics include designing and coding for the likes of the Sundance Film Festival and New York Magazine, and the joys of responsive web design, working remotely, and more. Links for this episode:A List Apart: Articles: Responsive Web DesignSimon Collison | Colly | The Celebrated MiscellanyThe Hickensian | HicksdesignHandcrafted CSS: More Bulletproof Web DesignDesigning with Web Standards (3rd Edition)
The Hacking UI podcast is hosted by Sagi Shrieber and David Tintner, a designer and developer who are also both entrepreneurs, bloggers, productivity/time-hacking maniacs, and all around tech geeks.The first season of the podcast is titled ‘Scaling a Design Team’, in which they speak with design leaders from top notch companies like Facebook, Apple, Invision, and Intercom, to discuss various team structures, responsibilities, and workflows.After quitting their day jobs to work full time on Hacking UI they named the second season ‘Scaling a Side Project’, and they interview creative entrepreneurs whom they admire, in order to learn about their paths to success and get them to share their tips and secrets. These include Matt Mullenweg (Founder of Wordpress), David Okeniuv (Founder of Typeform) and more. The third season of the podcast is called 'Scaling a Career' and it's all about creative entrepreneurship. They interviewed amazing folks who took their creative skills and built a brand for themselves. These include Brad Frost (Atomic Design System), Samuel Hulick (Useronboard.com), Noah Kagan (Sumo), and Ran Segall (Youtuber at 'Flux' on Youtube).
Rank #1: #30 Jason Ogle (Founder, UserDefenders.com) - Don't be a "tooler", but a learner.
Episode #30: Jason Ogle Our guest today is a fellow podcaster, the amazing Jason Ogle, Founder and host of UserDefenders.com podcast, where he creates and shares inspiring interviews with UX superheroes. Jason started as a designer and a developer in the 90s, and he believes in what's called "The Beginner's Mindset", which means that you're going to have that student mindset and keep on learning basically forever.Besides being a product designer and a podcaster, Jason also writes on Medium, where he shares inspiring articles that fight for the users.In this episode, Jason shared with us his thoughts and insights about how to become an influencer through personal growth and giving back to the community at the same time.This is the fifth episode of the third season of the Hacking UI podcast - 'Scaling a Career'.In this season we have 10 amazing guests for you, who are leaders and influencers from a variety of different backgrounds. Design managers, development leaders, entrepreneurs and product geniuses that we admire, and we'll be sharing a new episode every Thursday.Please support our amazing sponsorsInvision:This episode is brought to you by Invision, an amazing product design platform that you probably already know about.The education team over at Invision created a magnificent source of quality learning material for product designers. On DesignBetter.Co you’ll find interviews with dozens of leading designers from companies like Google, Airbnb, Netflix, Facebook, Slack and more.Discover the design practices that they use that will help you to transform your organization and create better products. Also, you can subscribe to their amazing podcast, read one the four free books they published and put together for you and also, be sure to check out their one of a kind workshops for designers.Start designing better →Freshbooks:Freshbooks is the perfect accounting software for freelance designers and developers or creative entrepreneurs with a small business. They have some really powerful features like integration with stripe, expense tracking and a customer support team who actually works with you to find the perfect solution. If you’re looking to get some understanding of your business and keep track of things without wasting hours of your time, then this is exactly what you need.Try it free for 30 days →Links from the show Jason's Podcast - UserDefenders.com His articles on Medium Twitter - @JasonOgle On Linkedin His article - Your Tools Don't Define You. You Do. The story - Children of the Magenta Recommendations for books Angela Duckworth - Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance Carol S. Dweck - Mindset: The New Psychology of Success I Love this podcast - now what?Show your love #1 - Talk: Talk about it with friends and get the word out! We started this podcast in order to learn and would love to see others learn from it too. Show your love #2 - Leave a review: Review us on iTunes and tell us which guest you'd like us to bring on the show next. When you review us it lets us know that you like the show and that we should keep doing it. Check out the following image, which describes exactly how to leave a review in one minute.Show your love #3 - Share: Share this page on Twitter, Facebook, or wherever you can :)Key points from this episode: Learn about writing on Medium, and how it's a great exposure tool. [00:03:46] Jason shares on how he started writing on Medium and User Defenders. [00:11:40] Learn about Jason's background as a designer and a developer, and how he got to where he at today [00:14:55] Find out how Jason started his podcast to give back to the community and how having a beginner's mindset helps your personal growth. [00:22:44] Jason shares his tips on how to reach out to people in order to find his guests for the podcast. [00:28:00] Get tips for starting your own podcast [00:33:00] Learn how to get audience with the Commit first-carry out later approach and emails. [00:36:00] Understand how to be a user of your product in order to create great products. [00:40:07] Learn about the tools that make you who you are and how to know when it's time to learn and invest in a new tool. [00:47:05] Jason shares a story on automation dependency. on letting on our passions drive us and using our tools as a superpower. [01:08:11] About The Hacking UI Podcast The Hacking UI podcast is hosted by Sagi Shrieber and David Tintner, a designer, and developer who are also both entrepreneurs, bloggers, productivity/time-hacking maniacs, and all around tech geeks. We are thrilled to launch the third season of the Hacking UI podcast, where we hack our way through product design, development, and creative entrepreneurship.Our first season, was called ‘Scaling a Design Team’, the Second season was called ‘Scaling a Side Project’ and we’ve decided to call this season - ‘Scaling a Career’.In this season we have 10 amazing guests for you, who are leaders and influencers from a variety of different backgrounds. We have design managers, development leaders, entrepreneurs and product geniuses.
Rank #2: #29 Noah Kagan (Founder, Sumo.com) - Have fun, create value and do it consistently.
Episode #29: Noah Kagan Our guest today is the inspiring Noah Kagan, Founder, and Chief-Sumo at Sumo.com, AppSumo.com, and OkDork. Noah is a super successful entrepreneur, a marketing specialist and business consultant. Noah made his way from the marketing world. He started at Intel, was employee #30 at Facebook and #4 at Mint.Noah has a very open-minded and interesting approach to life and to building one’s career.Besides running successful online companies, Noah spreads out amazing content online on OkDork, his youtube channel, and his podcast. In those outlets he shares stories and insights on marketing, starting a business, personal improvement, and productivity tips.In this episode, Noah shared with us his best practices and routines for starting a business. He also shares new perspectives on how to enjoy the process, scaling businesses, and more.This is the fourth episode of the third season of the Hacking UI podcast - 'Scaling a Career'.In this season we have 10 amazing guests for you, who are leaders and influencers from a variety of different backgrounds. Design managers, development leaders, entrepreneurs and product geniuses that we admire, and we'll be sharing a new episode every Thursday.Please support our amazing sponsorsInvision:This episode is brought to you by Invision, an amazing product design platform that you probably already know about.The education team over at Invision created a magnificent source of quality learning material for product designers. On DesignBetter.Co you’ll find interviews with dozens of leading designers from companies like Google, Airbnb, Netflix, Facebook, Slack and more.Discover the design practices that they use that will help you to transform your organization and create better products. Also, you can subscribe to their amazing podcast, read one the four free books they published and put together for you and also, be sure to check out their one of a kind workshops for designers.Start designing better →Freshbooks:Freshbooks is the perfect accounting software for freelance designers and developers or creative entrepreneurs with a small business. They have some really powerful features like integration with stripe, expense tracking and a customer support team who actually works with you to find the perfect solution. If you’re looking to get some understanding of your business and keep track of things without wasting hours of your time, then this is exactly what you need.Try it free for 30 days →Links from the show Noah's companies - Sumo.com, AppSumo Noah's blog - OkDork His Youtube Channel His Podcast - Noah Kagan Presents Twitter - @NoahKagan Do leaders need to be assholes? I Love this podcast - now what?Show your love #1 - Talk: Talk about it with friends and get the word out! We started this podcast in order to learn and would love to see others learn from it too. Show your love #2 - Leave a review: Review us on iTunes and tell us which guest you'd like us to bring on the show next. When you review us it lets us know that you like the show and that we should keep doing it. Check out the following image, which describes exactly how to leave a review in one minute.Show your love #3 - Share: Share this page on Twitter, Facebook, or wherever you can :)Key points from this episode: Learn about Noah's background and how he got to his passion for tech and the marketing world. [00:04:40] Understand the expert curse. And why some people who don't have experience, actually can create the innovation. [00:13:00] Noah shares tips for your online presence for your business or your personal brand. [00:16:40] Learn about Noah’s business routines that he makes consistently. [00:19:35] Understand how hiring people is everything and how it can grow your business. [00:22:20] Get tips for hiring exceptional people [00:27:15] Noah shares his insights on growing your business and personal brand when you're starting out, and how to prioritize everything. [00:32:00] Learn about Noah’s priorities, and how to set sustainable goals in your business. [00:37:25] Find out how looking at death, can actually help you to gain new perspectives about life and how to choose what to spend your limited time. [00:45:00] Learn insights about karma and how helping out others is always good and how it pays-off by the universe. [00:49:10] About The Hacking UI Podcast The Hacking UI podcast is hosted by Sagi Shrieber and David Tintner, a designer, and developer who are also both entrepreneurs, bloggers, productivity/time-hacking maniacs, and all around tech geeks. We are thrilled to launch the third season of the Hacking UI podcast, where we hack our way through product design, development, and creative entrepreneurship.Our first season, was called ‘Scaling a Design Team’, the Second season was called ‘Scaling a Side Project’ and we’ve decided to call this season - ‘Scaling a Career’.In this season we have 10 amazing guests for you, who are leaders and influencers from a variety of different backgrounds. We have design managers, development leaders, entrepreneurs and product geniuses.
Toolsday is a 20-ish-minute podcast hosted by Una Kravets & Chris Dhanaraj. Toolsday is about the latest in tech tools, tips, and tricks on Tuesdays at 2! (Our alliteration game is so strong).
Rank #1: React.
This week we talk about React and why it's so darn hard to get started with!
Rank #2: CSS Grid.
Everyone’s talking about CSS Grid—the latest spec to surface in modern browsers. Listen up on why its so great! Resources Grid By Example Grid minmax Jen Simmons Mondrian Art CSS Tricks Grids Rachel Andrew talk on Grids People to follow Rachel Andrew Jen Simmons
A panel show about design featuring Andy Mangold, Matt McInerney, and friends.
Rank #1: 21 — Don’t Hug your Phone.
We take a break from our normal topical panel shows this week for something different. Prompted by an interview with Simon Sinek, Andy and Linda have a one-on-one discussion about our generation's attitudes towards work and social media. How does our approach to our careers differ from our parents'? Are connections made through social media less meaningful, or at least different, than those made in real life? Links Discussed Simon Sinek on Millennials in the Workplace Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Friends of The Web The Great Recession Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv The Borg Our Incredible Journey Ueno MailChimp Candy Crush Steve Jobs 2011 Tōhoku Earthquake and Tsunami Millennials
Rank #2: 20 — Lessons Learned.
This episode is all about education. Andy, Matt, Meg, and Maurice share their origin stories as we discuss the differences between being self-taught and learning about design through a formal, paid program. How do you find your voice when you begin your career working for others? How do you learn humility after you've spent four years and tens of thousands of dollars becoming an expert in something? Links Discussed Working File Episode 2 — The Artist and the Problem Solver Morehouse College Historically Black Colleges and Universities Wolfram Mathematica Lunch Sarah Huny Young Huny on Revision Path Husani on Revision Path Husani Oakley Savannah College of Art and Design Maryland Institute College of Art Kutztown University Rhode Island School of Design Clients from Hell Josef Albers Lynda Skillshare Black in Design 2017 Revision Path Creative Works AIGA Eye on Design Conference
Iterate brings together the best designers and app producers in the business to talk user interface and user experience from concept to implementation. Hosted by Marc Edwards, Seth Clifford, and Rene Ritchie. Loop until done.
Rank #1: 48: iOS 7 design special (Part 1).
Loren Brichter, Sebastiaan de With, Marc Edwards, Rene Ritchie, and Dave Wiskus discuss iOS 7 and the new design language Apple unveiled for it at WWDC 2013, including icons, fonts, physics, interactions, and more. (Part 1 of a 2 part special edition.) Show notes Apps are content too Multiplane Binary Bonsai on iOS 7 Matt Gemmell on iOS 7 iOS 7 is the most skeuomorphic, most liberating version ever iOS 7 and the continuing gamification of interface Panel Loren Brichter of Atebits Sebastiaan de With of dewith.com Marc Edwards of Bjango Rene Ritchie of iMore Dave Wiskus of Better Elevation Feedback Yell at us on Twitter/ADN via the above accounts. Loudly.
Rank #2: 55: Eric Mayville, Clayton Morris, and Read Quick.
Eric Mayville of Wondersauce and Clayton Morris of FOX news join Rene and Mark to talk about their speed-reading app, Read Quick, and what it took to bring the interface from iPad to iPhone.
A podcast featuring panelists of engineers from Netflix, Twitch, Atlassian & Airbnb talking over drinks about all things Front End development.
Rank #2: Episode 003 - From head to footer.
In this ever changing industry of front end development, developers are constantly learning. In this episode of Front End Happy Hour we discuss everything from our school backgrounds and what lead us to front end development. We also share ways we stay up to date with the ever-changing landscape of new technologies. Along with our usual panelists, we are joined by guest Sarah Showers, a front end developer from Apple.Guests:Sarah Showers - @sarahlshowersPanelists:Derrick Showers - @derrickshowersJem Young - @JemYoungRyan Anklam - @bittersweetryanRyan Burgess - @burgessdryanPicks:Sarah Showers - HamiltonRyan Anklam - Massive Attack- AngelDerrick Showers - Apple MusicJem Young - Scotland JSJem Young - Explosions in the SkyRyan Burgess - TychoRyan Burgess - Comeback Kid
Podcast by Tobias van Schneider
Rank #1: NTMY - Episode 10 - Brian Collins.
Brian Collins doesn’t seek public recognition, but his work for Coca Cola, Levi’s, Spotify and more has earned him legendary creative status nonetheless. Brian and I talk about making the most of small opportunities, finding perspective as a designer and the difference between branding, advertising and product design today.Listen to more episodes on www.vanschneider.com/showIf you have questions, I love to get your feedback on Twitter www.twitter.com/vanschneiderAnd of course, if you enjoyed this episode please let Brian know via Twitter at www.twitter.com/briancollins1And of course, I strongly recommend you to check out some of the work of COLLINS: http://www.wearecollins.com/The music for this episode is by the amazing - Go check it o ut!https://soundcloud.com/4emil/tom-rosenthal-go-solo-njuart-flavoured-pingpong-reworkBook Recommendations from Brian are:Understanding Comicshttp://amzn.to/1R7nbAmThe Architecture of Happinesshttp://amzn.to/1pxuN8MBrand Thinkinghttp://amzn.to/1Ua5TJdThe Brand Gaphttp://amzn.to/1Ua5R47
Rank #2: NTMY - Episode 3 - Katie Rodgers.
There it is! The 3rd episode of the #NTMY show, today with Katie Rodgers! Katie is a super talented fashion illustrator/artist and I had the honor to sit down with her for this episode.We talk about how to deal with critique & haters, feeling like a fraud, getting shit done and dealing with the "creative block" and much more.You can find Katie's work here: paperfashion.netan please tell her if you liked this episode @paperfashionThank you for your time Katie!