Interviews with fascinating people from a range of industries—from music and retail to journalism and technology—who are exploring their creative practices, inventing new ways of working, and helping shape a more inclusive world.
Interviews with fascinating people from a range of industries—from music and retail to journalism and technology—who are exploring their creative practices, inventing new ways of working, and helping shape a more inclusive world.
Michael Bierut and Jessica Helfand of Design Observer discuss design, current events, and current enthusiasms.
Rank #1: Knockout.
Are boxing and photography hipster pleasures? Are they past their prime, or do they have a bright future?
Rank #2: Episode 49: My First Tattoo.
Tattoos, Type 1 diabetes, ID cards, taking MBA students to the art gallery, Kerry James Marshall, Mark Rothko, Mike Mills, the 2017 Citizen Designer Pledge
Obsessed Show host Josh Miles interviews some of the hottest designers—from branding and illustration, to industrial design and architecture, to learn what makes them tick.
Rank #1: Aaron Draplin - Founder of Draplin Design Co. [Rebroadcast].
Aaron Draplin is a graphic designer, author, and founder of his own design studio, Draplin Design Co. Because of his incredible, inspiring work with some of the world's best brands, you've probably seen him on a million videos and podcasts already. That's why we went out of our way to find some fresh stories and fresh perspectives on his design career. You can follow his design studio on Twitter here. In this episode, we discuss: The grind of his speaking schedule and book promotion tour What he's learned in the last five years of his career Why he's chosen to keep his agency small and nimble when he could easily grow Show notes are available at ObsessedShow.com.
Rank #2: Lauren Hom.
Lauren Hom is a California-born, formerly Brooklyn-based designer and letterer who's currently traveling the world. Known for her bright color palettes and playful letterforms, Lauren has created work for clients like Starbucks, Google, AT&T, YouTube and TIME Magazine. You can follow her on Instagram here. Show notes are available at ObsessedShow.com.
Design is universal. We all live and work in the built world, and every object, system and environment in the built world has been designed. Clever is a podcast about design. Well, actually, it's about designers, too. Sure, they're visionaries, problem-solvers, critical thinkers, rebels and aesthetes, but above all, they're human. Designer Amy Devers has candid and revealing conversations with these super-smart people because, well, relating to the humans responsible for the objects and environments that shape our lives can result in a more meaningful connection to the world around us.
Rank #1: Ep. 71: Clever Extra - Originality in the Age of Social Media.
After our last episode with Madeline Weinrib we had a lot more to say. This mini-episode is an extension of our usual Amy & Jaime post-interview debrief and a venture into the murky waters of social media. It’s also an invitation to you, our listeners, to engage with us in the grander dialogue about what it means to be a creative in the modern world. This conversation is just a starting point, we’d love to hear your thoughts. More at cleverpodcast.com. Please say Hi on social! Twitter, Instagram and Facebook - @CleverPodcast, @amydevers, @designmilk If you enjoy Clever we could use your support! Please consider leaving a review, making a donation, becoming a sponsor, or introducing us to your friends! We love and appreciate you! Clever is created, hosted and produced by Amy Devers and Jaime Derringer, aka 2VDE Media, with music from El Ten Eleven and editing by Jennie Josephson. Clever is proudly distributed by Design Milk.
Rank #2: Ep. 39: Nate Berkus.
Interior designer and TV personality Nate Berkus reveals his favorite early 80’s fashion ensemble, his childhood obsession with hair product and how his youthful restlessness got him sent to boarding school and even landed him in jail for a night. He shares the big lessons he learned from his years working with Oprah and elaborates on his earnest mission to help people tell their own stories through their spaces. Oh and apparently he’s a “bad picker” of people, but he’s gotten help with that. Images and more from our guest! Please say Hi on social! Twitter, Instagram and Facebook - @CleverPodcast, @amydevers, @designmilk If you enjoy Clever we could use your support! Please consider leaving a review, making a donation, becoming a sponsor, or introducing us to your friends! We love and appreciate you! Clever is created, hosted and produced by Amy Devers and Jaime Derringer, aka 2VDE Media, with music from El Ten Eleven and editing by Chris Modl. Clever is proudly distributed by Design Milk.
America’s only daily morning talk show for creatives just like you. Exploring the reality of trying to live your creative dreams. Sometimes educational, sometimes off topic but always entertaining! New Episodes Monday-Friday!
Rank #1: Alex Pardee & Rocom Toys - Future Me Toy Design - Creep Week Chapter VIII.
Alex Pardee brings by his friend Rocom of RocomToys.com to announce their Halloween Treat FutureMeToy.com! Win a free Future Me Toy by sharing any episode from Creep Week using the #cottilldeath To hear part two of today's episode please become a member of the Circle of Trust at https://aid.network/ Creep Week 2019 is the 6th annual Halloween podcast festival on Adventures In Design. To listen to previous episodes become a member of the Circle of Trust and unlock the Creep Week Archives: https://aid.network/creep
Rank #2: THE DKNG SHOW | Riding The Career Waves - Episode 27.
Dan Kuhlken & Nathan Goldman return after a sizeable absence from Adventures In Design. Instead of clubbing you over the head with all the amazing work they have completed since June of 2019, we took a different approach. Get ready to paddle out and ride the career waves of DKNG. From the lost years to going fulltime and eventually landing on top of the design world. DKNG shares all the insecurities and positivity that went into making the money moves that created DKNG's runaway success.
No chit-chat, just focused in-depth discussions about design topics that matter. Jonathan Shariat and Chris Liu are your hosts and bring to the table passion and years of experience.
Rank #1: Episode 47 - How to plan your design career(from start to finish).
How do you get started in Design? What's next after your first job? What positions should I build to? What are the possible paths for a designer to take? We discuss these important questions and more in this week's podcast!
Rank #2: Episode 25 - How to design a great portfolio.
This week Chris and Jon discuss one of the most difficult design projects of them all, portfolios. We talk about what they are, how they can help move your career forward, and how we're faring on this journey to portfolio greatness!
A weekly conversation about design process and culture. Hosted by Marshall Bock and Brian Lovin.
Rank #1: 271: Principles of Design.
This week, we dive deep on several design principles that will help you make better decisions when creating interfaces and interactions. In Follow-up, we discuss the etiquette of responding to recruiter emails, and in News, we cover Twitter's latest exploration into presence and status. And as always, we share a couple cool things, including an innovative basketball shoe and an updated personal site. Self-sponsor: This week's episode was brought to you by the Spec Job Board If you're a designer or a developer, or if you're looking to hire one, check out the Job Board on Spec.fm. With listings at $100/month, it's super affordable to find your next hire through Spec. Follow-up: Here's Morgan Knutson’s tweetstorm again, for reference News: MG Seigler tweeted: "As redundant as it may sound at first, I love the Twitter “status” idea. A throwback to OG Twitter too! (Still don’t love the idea of presence though.)" Article: "Twitter tests new profile features, including presence indicators and ‘ice breakers’" Site: Spec.fm now has a "global player" that continues playing as you browse Listener Question: Dmitry Veremchuk (@d_ver on Twitter) asks: "Is there a limit to number of the side projects one takes on? Because personally, I am interested in animation, video editing, illustration, programming, photography, and many more things. Starting projects in all of these fields would be daunting and of a low quality." Discussion: Site: Jon Yablonski collected these Laws of UX Fitts' Law: "The time to acquire a target is a function of the distance to and size of the target." Article: Luke Wroblewski wrote "Designing for Large Screen Smartphones" Material Design: Floating Action Button FABs in Material Design 2.0 can be centered for better reachability Action sheets in Apple's Human Interface Guidelines Jakob's Law: "Users spend most of their time on other sites. This means that users prefer your site to work the same way as all the other sites they already know." Loren Brichter introduced pull-to-refresh in Tweetie Video: "Loren Brichter on Tweetie" Apple uses scroll-jacking on their Mojave site Bock's Law: "Most people don't have the newest shit." Note: The "grandparent phone" Marshall was thinking of is called Jitterbug Wenni's Principle: "Don't move tap targets." The Doherty Threshold: "Productivity soars when a computer and its users interact at a pace (<400ms) that ensures that neither has to wait on the other." Article: "Improved Perceived Performance with Skeleton Screens" Hick's Law: "The time it takes to make a decision increases with the number and complexity of choices." Video: "The paradox of choice | Barry Schwartz" Book: "Thinking Fast and Slow" by Daniel Kahneman "Faster Horses" is a quote by Henry Ford Miller's Law: "The average person can only keep 7 (plus or minus 2) items in their working memory." Gestalt Grouping Law of Common Region: "Elements tend to be perceived into groups if they are sharing an area with a clearly defined boundary." Law of Proximity: "Objects that are near, or proximate to each other, tend to be grouped together." Law of Similarity: "The human eye tends to perceive similar elements in a design as a complete picture, shape, or group, even if those elements are separated." Image: iOS Settings GIF: Emergency Alert System Image: Don't Dead Open Inside r/dontdeadopeninside Affordance: "the qualities or properties of an object that define its possible uses or make clear how it can or should be used" Book: "The Design of Everyday Things" by Don Norman Article: "Norman Doors: Don’t Know Whether to Push or Pull? Blame Design." Video: "It's not you. Bad doors are everywhere." Article: "Affordances and Signifiers in Mobile Interface Design" GIF: Apple Music's Now Playing sheet Image: Confusing segmented controller (Which one is selected?) Did we miss your favorite law, rule, or principle? Do have one of your own principles? Let us know on Twitter :) or Spectrum One Cool Thing: Marshall shared the new Air Jordan XXXIII Note: Marshall mistakenly called it the "Flight System," but it's really called "Fast-Fit". Way off. Brian shared his updated personal site Design Details Blog The Internet Archive Project Design Details on the Web: We are @designdetailsfm Brian is @brian_lovin Marshall is @marshallbock @Sarahberus and @Luperdev make us sound smarter than we are Join the conversation on Spectrum or leave us a review on iTunes Stinger: Master P - Make 'em Say Ugh (Ft. Fiend, Silkk The Shocker, Mia X & Mystikal) BYEEEEEEE!
Rank #2: 58: Fat Cat Cat Chat (feat. Kyle Meyer and Charlie Deets) .
In this episode we caught up with Kyle Meyer and Charlie Deets, two product designers that have a huge range of experience in the design and development world. We chat about design at Facebook, remote working, unsolicited redesigns and the power of sound. Come chat with us in our new Slack team! Over 750 designers and developers have already joined our team, chatting about the latest tools and news in the design world. Each week we also host a community critique with a special guest host. To join our team visit our Slack invite page and we'll send you an invitation! If you have feedback or suggestions please don’t hesitate to reach out to us on Twitter at @designdetailsfm! Sponsors: Dropbox Iconfinder - use the promo code 'ROBOT' to save 50% off your first month of Iconfinder Pro Kyle on the Web: Website Twitter Dribbble Blog Instagram Charlie on the Web: Website Twitter SoundCloud Dribbble Blog Instagram Show Notes: 4:00 - Introductions Facebook Groups MOON app Cat Chat Rethinking the Destiny Companion App 10:00 - Unsolicited redesigns Four Ways to Redesign Facebook Wilson Miner and Ryan Sims on Design Details 14:00 - Backstories Big Cartel 27:00 - Facebook Groups, games, sound design Will Littlejohn Messenger sound design Messenger Hearthstone it's pollinating time Immutable Charlie on SoundCloud 44:00 - More backstories Electric Pulp Blind Browser Duo App _57:00__ - Workflows Wake Peek
Bringing clarity to how the best companies approach, communicate, and deploy design. We’ve hand-picked the design industry’s 25 greatest influencers and change-makers to bring you 1000min of deep-dive conversation. Hosted by Bobby Ghoshal and Jared Erondu.
Rank #1: #23: How the best design recruiter in the country, Judy Wert, seeks out the top 1% of designers.
Judy Wert is the co-founder of Wert & Company, a leading international executive search firm specializing in design – for top tier startups and Fortune 500 corps.In this episode, she shares how she’s been recruiting the best designers for more than two decades, what she sees in the top 1% of designers she’s worked with, and how an internal database they created years ago is helping to understand how design has changed over the years.FOLLOW USTwitter: http://twitter.com/highrespodcastFacebook: http://facebook.com/highrespodcastiTunes: http://bit.ly/highresitunesGoogle Play: http://bit.ly/highresgoogleGet early access to the next episode: http://highresolution.design/early-accessTHANKS TO OUR PARTNERSSquarespace – Squarespace is a SaaS-based content management system offering a website builder, eCommerce, and domains. We're big fans of Squarespace, they're a must-have for startups, photographers, bloggers or hobbyists looking to put up a beautifully designed digital presence!Get 10% off your first purchase on Squarespace.http://bit.ly/sqspacesponsorlinkInVision – InVision is the world's leading product design platform, powering the future of digital product design through our deep understanding of the dynamics of collaboration. Teams that build digital products are at a serious advantage when they use InVision's suite of prototyping tools. They're a great way of getting everyone on board.Get 3 full months on InVision FREEhttp://bit.ly/invisionpartnerSearle Video – Searle Video is a creative studio based out of Portland, Oregon. They've helped the creative community tell stories for over 10 years. They've done advertisements, behind the scenes stories, and documentaries for companies like Slack, Intel, Adobe, Google and the XOXO festival.http://bit.ly/searlesponsor
Rank #2: #19: Enter this mega-master's mind – Jared Spool of UIE sharpens our UX thinking within an hour.
Jared Spool is a co-founder of Center Centre and the founder of UIE. In 2016, with Dr. Leslie Jensen-Inman, he opened Center Centre, a new design school in Chattanooga, TN to create the next generation of industry-ready UX Designers.In this episode, he hits on the topics of UX design’s coming of age, the true role design plays in a business, and dives into the details of what his design school is aiming to do differently.FOLLOW USTwitter: http://twitter.com/highrespodcastFacebook: http://facebook.com/highrespodcastiTunes: http://bit.ly/highresitunesGoogle Play: http://bit.ly/highresgoogleGet early access to the next episode: http://highresolution.design/early-accessTHANKS TO OUR PARTNERSSquarespace – Squarespace is a SaaS-based content management system offering a website builder, eCommerce, and domains. We're big fans of Squarespace, they're a must-have for startups, photographers, bloggers or hobbyists looking to put up a beautifully designed digital presence!Get 10% off your first purchase on Squarespace.http://bit.ly/sqspacesponsorlinkInVision – InVision is the world's leading product design platform, powering the future of digital product design through our deep understanding of the dynamics of collaboration. Teams that build digital products are at a serious advantage when they use InVision's suite of prototyping tools. They're a great way of getting everyone on board.Get 3 full months on InVision FREEhttp://bit.ly/invisionpartnerSearle Video – Searle Video is a creative studio based out of Portland, Oregon. They've helped the creative community tell stories for over 10 years. They've done advertisements, behind the scenes stories, and documentaries for companies like Slack, Intel, Adobe, Google and the XOXO festival.http://bit.ly/searlesponsor
Overtime, Dribbble's weekly podcast, explores the most interesting design news and gives you the tips you need to create your best work. No need to scroll copious news sites and design Twitter—host Meg Lewis and friends are primed to inform, entertain, and inspire you each week. Consider Overtime your audio lifeline to the design community, packaged in a perfectly punchy Shot. Subscribe and listen every Wednesday to stay ahead of the game.
Rank #1: Aaron Draplin.
Our guest on Overtime episode 14 is Aaron Draplin of Draplin Design Co. He's usually based in Portland, Oregon, but he's currently on the road promoting his new book, Pretty Much Everything. In this episode, Dan and Aaron discuss dropping the jargon and talking about graphic design in normal terms, how Aaron uses Instagram, why he doesn't waste time policing the internet, why he believes everyone deserves great design, who inspires him, and the challenges of shipping merch and managing work while touring. This episode is brought to you by MyFonts, the world's largest font marketplace. The MyFonts team is always on the lookout for talented folks like yourself to bring into the MyFonts family. If you've always wanted to sell your fonts but didn't know how to get started, drop them a line at email@example.com to learn how they can help walk you through setting up shop. Links Mentioned in Overtime: Aaron Draplin's Website The Big Orange Van Draplin Design Co. on Twitter Aaron on Instagram Aaron's book Pretty Much Everything JPEGFlecher Nick Slater
Rank #2: Justin Mezzell.
In this interview, Dan talks with illustrator and designer Justin Mezzell. Dan and Justin discuss how he got started in design, the importance of asking for help, and prioritizing and choosing what you spend time on. Justin shares his design tools of choice, why he prefers Sketch over Photoshop these days, and talks about what it's like working at Code School. “You're never going to get more hours out the day, but you can be smarter with the time you do have.” - Justin Mezzell “If we see success as a static place, it can often feel like somewhere we haven't been, and maybe never will.” - Justin Mezzell Show Links: Justin Mezzell Justin on Dribbble Follow Justin on Twitter Follow Justin on Twitch How I Work with Color on Medium Code School Rogie King Sketch Monument Valley Dribbble Shots: Board De Dash Super Magical Fun Time
The Design Better podcast delivers insights from the world’s most renowned design leaders, empowering teams to transform their practice and build remarkable products. This series is hosted by Aarron Walter and Eli Woolery and brought to you by InVision, the digital product design platform used to make the world’s best customer experiences. Discover more best practices, research, and resources at www.designbetter.com.
Rank #1: Julie Zhuo: Learning to manage like a leader.
Listen as Julie Zhuo, VP of Product Design at Facebook and author of The Making of a Manager, recalls some of her earliest professional experiences at one of the fastest growing companies on the planet. She reveals how she got her start and grew to be a highly influential design leader renowned for building top-notch teams. Julie talks about the difference between leading and managing, and shares personal examples that can help you advance your career. Bio Julie Zhuo is one of Silicon Valley’s top product design executives and author of The Making of a Manager. Aside from her day job as VP of Product Design at Facebook, Julie writes about technology, design, and leadership on her popular blog The Year of the Looking Glass and in The New York Times and Fast Company.
Rank #2: Diego Rodriguez of Intuit: Building design culture into big business.
Diego Rodriguez has had a remarkable career at the intersection of design, business, and education. He has served as Global Managing Director of design firm IDEO, founding faculty member of Stanford’s d.school, and is currently Executive Vice President, Chief Product and Design Officer at Intuit. In this episode, we discuss how design can influence broader business goals. Diego shares Intuit’s unique approach to product design, and the need to build a certain level of trust and empathy with customers when designing financial products. Takeaways: How to build design into the culture of an organization How Intuit acts on its mission to Design for Delight How design thinking brings a diversity of perspectives to the design process
The Crazy One helps you find new insights and breakthroughs in your career, creativity, and leadership. In every episode, Stephen Gates give you honest and actionable insights taken from his experience leading global in-house and agency creative teams, building multiple Fortune 100 brands, and working as InVision’s Chief Design Evangelist coaching and working with some the world's most innovative companies.
Rank #1: Ep 6 Career: How to create your own personal brand.
Have you thought about why you are different or better than every other creative out there? This episode will help you understand the obstacles, power, and importance of creating your personal brand and two different techniques you can use to start building it.SHOW NOTES:http://www.thecrazy1.com FOLLOW THE CRAZY ONE:Twitter: https://twitter.com/sdgatesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/sdgates/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CrazyOnePodcast
Rank #2: Ep 59 Career: Know when to quit and do it the right way..
Leaving your job is always a difficult decision but how do you know if you really should go after something new, if that new opportunity is being influenced by your emotions, and how do you leave the right way? In this episode, we will look at the seven signs that it is indeed time to move on, make sure that you don’t fall into emotional traps while making the decision and go over everything you need make sure you do after you give your notice.SHOW NOTES:http://www.thecrazy1.com FOLLOW THE CRAZY ONE:Twitter: https://twitter.com/sdgatesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/sdgates/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CrazyOnePodcast
Are you a designer struggling to find your way in the modern world? Learn how to make a dent in the creative universe with Tom Ross, Ian Barnard, Dustin Lee and Lisa Glanz. Each of your hosts have found tremendous success in their own creative fields. They’re here to give you a completely honest, under the hood look at what it takes to flourish in this crazy creative vocation! You’ll discover actionable tips to land more clients, find your style, successfully brand yourself, and ultimately find satisfaction in your work.
Rank #1: Episode 62 – Finding your Confidence as a Designer.
In this week’s episode, we’re going to be your personal cheerleaders, talking all about how to find your confidence as a designer. Confidence can have such a profoundly positive impact on your creative work, your client relationships and even your mental health.
Rank #2: Episode 151: Design Trends for 2020.
This week we're talking about the upcoming design trends for 2020. Hopefully we get some insight where in a year's time the four hosts will look like Nostradamus. So without further ado, let's get into the show!
Long-form interviews for your ears, The Great Discontent podcast features in-depth conversations with today's artists, makers, and risk-takers.
Rank #1: Emily Oberman & Adam J Kurtz - Harness your panic, imposter syndrome, and fear as a superpower.
Recorded live at Wythe Hotel on March 29, 2016, as part of The Great Discontent Live series. Hosts Tina Essmaker and Brad Smith talk to multi-disciplinary designer and partner at Pentagram NY, Emily Oberman, and artist and author, Adam J. Kurtz, about their respective creative processes, experiences with imposter syndrome, and how fear can be a motivator when we harness our panic. This episode was produced by The Great Discontent, Wayward Wild, and Benjamin Welch. Learn more about The Great Discontent and read 200+ long-form interviews online at http://thegreatdiscontent.com. This episode is brought to you by FreshBooks. Let FreshBooks take care of the numbers stuff, so you can get paid doing what you love. To start your free 30-day trial today, no credit card required, go to http://freshbooks.com/TGD and enter "TGD Live" in the “How Did You Hear About Us?” section. This episode is also brought to you by MailChimp, the easiest way to send email newsletters, connect with your audience, and grow your creative business. Getting started with MailChimp is easy. Sign up and start emailing. No expiring trials. No contracts. No credit card required. Go to http://mailchimp.com to create your free account today.
Rank #2: Amélie Lamont & Timothy Goodman — Navigating expectations, why our faves are problematic, and finding hope after a challenging year.
Recorded live at Wythe Hotel on December 6, 2016, as part of The Great Discontent Live series. Host Tina Essmaker talks to designer & writer, Amélie Lamont, and designer & illustrator, Timothy Goodman, about navigating the expectations of others and ourselves throughout our careers, why our faves are problematic, and searching for goodness in a challenging year. This episode was produced by The Great Discontent and Benjamin Welch with sound engineering by Ryan Essmaker. Learn more about The Great Discontent and read 200+ long-form interviews online at thegreatdiscontent.com. Thanks to this episode’s sponsors: MailChimp, the easiest way to send email newsletters, connect with your audience, and grow your creative business. Getting started with MailChimp is easy. Sign up and start emailing. No expiring trials. No contracts. No credit card required. Go to mailchimp.com to create your free account today. Ello, the creator’s network. You can go to ello.co or download Ello’s iOS app in the App store to explore, discover, and share your work on Ello’s ad-free network that brings together creators from around the world. And with Ello’s new Buy Button, you can link posts directly to products in your shop, empowering you to support yourself through your work and ideas. Ello, empowering creators around the world.
Podcast by Tobias van Schneider
A podcast about the unique creative process of designers. Each episode, we'll speak with a world renown graphic designer, and dissect one singular project of theirs. We'll hear about how the project started, learn about the artists creative process, and hear fascinating behind-the-scenes stories of struggles and how the project came together. Dissection is produced and presented by JK Design, a design studio in NYC.
Rank #1: Episode 45 - Michael Bierut and Playwrights Horizons.
Michael Bierut worked for ten years at Vignelli Associates, ultimately as vice president of graphic design. He then joined Pentagram in 1990 as a partner in the firm’s New York office. Bierut’s projects at Pentagram have included identity and branding for Verizon, MIT Media Lab, and the New York Jets; environmental graphics and signage for The New York Times, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Robin Hood Foundation, and the Walt Disney Company, and so many more projects in every discipline of design. He has won hundreds of design awards, work is represented in the permanent collections of the MoMA, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and in 1989, Bierut was elected to the Alliance Graphique Internationale. If that all wasn’t enough, Bierut is a Senior Critic in Graphic Design at the Yale School of Art. In this episode, we speak with Michael about the branding and identity work he did for Playwrights Horizons, an independent theater in New York City.
Rank #2: Episode 29 - Jessica Svendsen on the Charlie Rose branding.
Jessica Svendsen is a designer working in identity, editorial design, and illustration. She is currently based in New York City and works at the New York Times Magazine. Previously, Jessica worked as a designer at Apple and at Pentagram in New York for partner Michael Bierut. Jessica teaches design as adjunct faculty at Parsons The New School and the Pratt Institute. She received a MFA in Graphic Design from the Yale School of Art and a BA in English Literature from Yale University.In this episode we speak with Jessica about the rebranding she did for the Charlie Rose television show, website, and collateral.
Candid conversations with the most interesting and inspirational people that you’ve never heard of. Host, Chris Do, interviews people from all walks of life about the fringes of design, technology, marketing and business all in hopes of changing the way you think.
Rank #1: 033 Making It In The Little Leagues with Aaron Draplin.
Chris talks with the people's champion, Aaron Draplin, about having a following among your peers, honoring your parents, and managing success. Aaron talks about his philosophy of working small, and the joy he is able to pull out of the world he has created around himself. http://draplin.com
Rank #2: 048 Content Marketing Consultant Ryan Robinson.
How do more people find you? How do you get more clients? They make business possible, so we all want more of them, right? But clients tend to go with who they know. So, how do you get clients to know and trust you? Chris talks to Ryan Robinson, a Content Marketing Consultant, whose job is to help you gain that trust and those customers.