Minor details is an industrial design podcast hosted by Nicholas Baker and James Connors. They share their opinions and stories about living and working as industrial designers in New York City.
Minor details is an industrial design podcast hosted by Nicholas Baker and James Connors. They share their opinions and stories about living and working as industrial designers in New York City.
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Design Notes is a show from Google Design about creative work and what it teaches us, hosted by Liam Spradlin. Each episode we talk with people from unique creative fields to discover what inspires and unites us in our practice.
Rank #1: Isabelle Olsson, Design Director (Google Home).
A design director working on Google Home and wearables, Isabelle Olsson also oversees CMF (color, material, and finish) for all Google hardware. In the episode: Isabelle Olsson explains how she discovered the discipline of industrial design and explores the approach that lead to the unique aesthetic of Google hardware. Learn more 👉 design.google/podcast
Rank #2: Mitch Paone, Principle at Dia Studio.
In the fifth episode, Liam speaks with Mitch Paone, Principle and Creative Director at DIA Studio, about creating a jazz solo out of the creative process, using a beginner’s mindset to unlock new possibilities in design, and the difference between intuitive and analytical creativity. Learn more 👉 design.google/podcasts
A show about entrepreneurship, product design, and the ups and downs of running a small indie business. Hosted by Myke Hurley, Dan Provost, and Tom Gerhardt.
Rank #1: Thoroughly Considered 27: Panobook.
Studio Neat have a brand new Kickstarter campaign! Links and Show Notes Panobook: A Notebook for Your Desk by Dan Provost & Tom Gerhardt — Kickstarter
Rank #2: Thoroughly Considered 36: Mark One.
Studio Neat are back on Kickstarter, and this time it's a pen. Links and Show Notes Mark One: A Minimal, Durable, Retractable Pen. by Dan Provost & Tom Gerhardt — Kickstarter Mark One: A Minimal, Durable, Retractable Pen. by Dan Provost & Tom Gerhardt :: Kicktraq Membership - Relay FM
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 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.
Rank #2: 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.
This is HCD aims to educate and empower about human-centered design. This podcast brings together thought-leaders from various disciplines such as service design, user experience, interaction design, and product management to discuss the craft, and to better understand what it means to work within a human-centric method.
Rank #1: Jonathon Colman 'Building world class Design teams'.
This is HCD is brought to you by Humana Design and The Academy.ie - Design Training and Education Have feedback on this episode? Click here to leave us a voice mail. Welcome to another episode of Bringing Design Closer. My name is Gerry Scullion and I’m a service design trainer and practitioner based in Dublin City, Ireland. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Bringing Design Closer, this podcast is focused on uncovering insights from thought leaders around the world and learnings about bringing design into organisations with a view to helping both practitioners and organisations to become more design-led. In this episode, I caught up with Jonathon Colman, a senior design manager at Intercom here in Ireland. Jon has had a distinguished career and have led teams of content strategists and organisations such as Facebook, but also served, interestingly, as a peace core volunteer in Burkina Faso in West Africa. In this episode, we discuss what it takes to build a stellar design team, and what he’s learned over the years as being important ingredients that led to that success. https://twitter.com/jcolman https://www.linkedin.com/in/jcolman https://medium.com/@jcolman We are hosting our first conference in Dublin - March 30, March 31 2020. Stay up to date by joining our newsletter https://mailchi.mp/thisishcd/2020-dublin-hcd-conference Connect with This is HCD Follow This is HCD us on Twitter Follow This is HCD on Instagram Sign up for our newsletter (we have lots of design giveaways!) Join the practitioner community on This is HCD Slack Channel Read articles on our This is HCD Network on Medium Other podcasts on This is HCD Network Power of Ten with Andy Polaine EthnoPod with Jay Hasbrouck Bringing Design Closer with Gerry Scullion ProdPod with Adrienne Tan Getting Started in Design with Gerry Scullion Talking Shop with Andy Polaine and Gerry Scullion Decoding Culture with Dr. John Curran
Rank #2: Marc Stickdorn 'Embedding Service Design into Organisations'.
This is HCD is brought to you by Humana DesignIn this episode we caught up with Marc Stickdorn, co-author of ‘This is Service Design Thinking Book’ and most recently the epic and one of the most important design books in yonks, ‘This is Service Design Doing’, a book that has been celebrated in the service design community like it’s the millennium. Update May 2018 - We have a number of copies of the book to giveaway to people subscribed to our fortnightly newsletter. Thanks to More than Metrics and O'Reilly Media in New York for their support of the podcast. Sign up now Thanks to theRSA.org for being patrons of the podcast. Links from this episode This is Service Design Doing Book (There's a fantastic free PDF download of Free Methods) This is Service Design Thinking Book Website One of my favourite customer journey mapping tools - Smaply Mobile ethnography tool - Experience Fellow Who is Marc Stickdorn? Follow Marc Stickdorn on Twitter Read the transcript of this episode
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: 100 - Armin Vit - Brand New & Under Consideration.
Josh catches up with 1/2 of the Brand New team, Armin Vit, to discuss the process of putting on a conference like Brand New, weighing the benefits of New York City, Austin, TX, and Bloomington, IN... and how the Hoosier state ultimately lured he and Bryony to relocate the Under Consideration world headquarters to Indiana. Subscribe on iTunes // Stitcher // iheartradio // SoundCloud // Google Play // Spotify
Rank #2: 117 - John Kasman.
This week on Obsessed Show, we've got architect and Vice President at PGAV Destinations, John Kasman. As John describes in his bio, Artist plus Engineer equals Architect; John Always knew he loved art and math, and he began studying architecture at Notre Dame - which is about 5 minutes from where I grew up... John is currently overseeing the redesign of the guest experience at The Alamo in San Antonio, Discovery Cove, Georgia Aquarium, Table Rock Welcome Centre at Niagara Falls, Aquatica waterparks, Biltmore Estate attractions, numerous attractions at SeaWorld and Busch Gardens, such as Cheetah Hunt, and many Anheuser Busch bars and attractions across the country, such as the St. Louis Biergarten. Without further ado, please enjoy this conversation with John Kasman.
Scratching the Surface is a design podcast about the intersection of criticism and practice hosted by Jarrett Fuller. Each week, Jarrett interviews designers, writers, critics, educators and those that operate between these fields about how writing, criticism, and theory informs individual practice and the graphic design profession at large.
Rank #1: 85. Mindy Seu.
Mindy Seu is a designer, educator, and researcher. She is currently a student at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and was previously a designer at 2x4 and MoMA. She's also designed and produced archival sites for Ralph Ginzburg and Herb Lubalin’s Eros and Avant Garde magazines. In this episode, Mindy and I talk about her early career and why she decided to go to graduate school, the role of research and archives in her work, and how graphic design is just one pillar of her practice.
Rank #2: 140. Johanna Drucker.
Johanna Drucker is an author, book artist, visual theorist, and cultural critic. She's currently a professor in the Department of Information Studies at the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies at UCLA. Her research and writing has focused on visual language and letterforms, typography, visual poetry, the history of books and digital aesthetics. In this episode, Jarrett and Johanna talk about her interest in making books as objects, her work on design history, and the being both an artist and academic. Links from this episode can be found at scratchingthesurface.fm/140-johanna-drucker.
The Method podcast profiles designers at Google, giving listeners an inside look at their journeys and design choices.
Rank #1: Roxanne Pinto, Google Flights.
In this episode, host Travis Neilson interviews Roxanne Pinto, a content strategist at Google, about the role of UX writing in helping people use—and understand—machine learning-driven products. Listen in as Pinto shares insightful anecdotes about unpacking errors and how mental models shape product interactions and user trust. Handy links for this episode:Get an overview of Google IOExplore Google FlightsExplore Google Ads Meet our guest:Roxanne Pinto is a content strategist at Google, currently writing UX content for Google Flights and the Google Trips app. Previously she worked as a copywriter at SolutionSet and Hitachi Data Systems.
Rank #2: Google UX Confessions.
From inventing fictitious calendar entries to incorporating personal photos in design mocks, listen in to Google designers’ deepest design confessions. In this episode, host Travis Neilson and a panel of Google UX designers discuss and reflect on their peers’ anonymous confessions and offer insight on important topics, quirky habits, and design struggles that don’t often get airtime. Meet our panel:Simon Pan is a senior interaction designer at Google working on Google News. Before joining Google, he was a senior designer at Medium, Uber, and Amazon music. Brynn Evans is a UX lead at YouTube, currently overseeing the YouTube Living Room platform. Evans is also the co-founder and organizer of Hexagon, a monthly meetup for women in UX. Hector Ouilhet leads design for Google Search and Assistant products. Previously he worked on multiple products at Google, MIT Media Lab, and HP. Do you have a burning question for a designer at Google? Or a story you’d love to hear? Give us feedback in this short survey to help make the show even better.
Jake and Jonathan (formally Product Breakfast Club) is a behind the scenes look at how some of the best companies in the world design their products. Jake Knapp, NY Times best-selling author of "Sprint", has helped companies like Slack, Nest and 23andMe build successful products. Jonathan Courtney, co-founder of AJ&Smart, has worked with companies like RedBull, eBay and the United Nations, to help them build better products faster. In this new, exciting podcast, the two of them have teamed up to discuss things like product design, innovation and productivity.
Rank #1: 47: Big Product Decisions: Gut Feeling or Test?.
Jonathan is famous and get recognized while holding underwear. 👙 Jake's new book Make Time is coming out tomorrow! 🔥📖🔥 Jake and Jonathan discuss different approaches to giving talks. Jake always wings it, while Jonathan sweats every detail! Sound right, right? 🤔 Jonathan charges an ungodly amount for talks...because he can. 🤑 Jake and Jonathan drop some wisdom on giving talks. Being entertaining is key. No forget that, actually just be serious. 😶 Jake candidly roasts Jonathan on his interview skills, then they talk about how TOTALLY confident they are when they interview guests. 😎 Creative Selection book discussion. Gut → demo → launch. How that relates to the sprint. Words matter: Prototype vs demo. 👨🏻🎨 Irish accent. ☘️ Check out, nay, GO BUY the AJ&Smart + Jake Knapp Official Design Sprint Master-Class: ajsmart.com/masterclass 💰 Links: Buy Make Time! Review Make Time on: Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.de Review Make Time on Goodreads Buy Sprint! PBC #Why Most Design Conferences Suck BOOK: Confessions of a Public Speaker by Scott Berkun | Amazon.com PBC #Silicon Valley’s Top CEO/Leadership Coach: KIM SCOTT Scott Belsky The GaryVee Audio Experience The Tim Ferriss Show Terry Gross | Wikipedia PBC X: Jason Fried gives us SAVAGE Product Advice BOOK: Creative Selection by Ken Kocienda | Amazon.com Go (subtly) nag Chris Do to invite Jonathan on his podcast Your Hosts: Follow Jake Knapp on Twitter: @jakek Follow Jonathan Courtney on Instagram or Twitter: @jicecream Write into the podcast: firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast editing by Jason Sanderson: PodcastTech.com Show Notes (fan made by @amrkhalifeh): https://medium.com/product-breakfast-club-links-unofficial
Rank #2: #10: The War on Design Thinking Continues....
If the last episode was "Episode X" then how can this be "Episode 10?!". Well... ask apple! Oh man... we messed up the audio in this one again but next week it'll be amazing. Does anyone read this? (Lemme know @jicecream on instagram) Jake on twitter: jakek €100 off our nordic workshops: PBCPODCAST10 (you can find the events on the AJ&Smart FB page)
The Collective Podcast brings you bi-weekly episodes of entertaining, informative, honest discussions with creative industry professionals from around the world. Created and hosted by designer/director Ash Thorp, he aims to explore the struggles of work/life balance and to share the experiences of influential creatives from all realms of media, including (but not limited to) designers, illustrators, visual effects artists, writers, painters, and programmers.
Rank #1: Ep. 69 - BEEPLE GMUNK OMOSS.
The three amigos return for an extra saucy 69-fueled extravaganza. Beeple, GMUNK, and Albert Omoss each dive deeply into how they structure their hectic schedules, maintaining a healthy lifestyle despite sitting in a chair all day, and tons of different sources of inspiration. Beeple also lays out how he’s been completing his Everydays for the past seven years without missing a day, and GMUNK shares some very poignant drug wisdom.Beeple’s Website: www.beeple-crap.comGMUNK’s Website: http://www.gmunk.com/Albert’s Website: http://www.albertomoss.com/------------------------------Subscribe on iTunes: http://www.thecollectivepodcast.com/itunesSubscribe via RSS: http://www.thecollectivepodcast.com/rssLike us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thecollectivepodcastFollow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/thecpodcast------------------------------SHOW NOTES:Kate Moross: http://www.katemoross.com/Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/Ab-Carver: https://abcarverpro.com/Teeter Hang-ups: http://teeter-inversion.com/Herman Miller chairs: http://www.hermanmiller.com/The Spirit Molecule: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1340425/Tim’s Vermeer: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3089388/Particle Fever: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1385956/Her: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1798709/Black Mirror (S02E01 Be Right Back): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2290780/?ref_=ttep_ep1Robert Rodriguez 10 Minute Film School: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-YpfievjSkOctane Render: http://render.otoy.com/"At the studio it’s already so chaotic, and there’s already so many distractions, and so much drama, and energy spaz-flowing everywhere...that I actually embrace all of the distractions of my own personal life as well, to just add into cyclone. Just make it be almost overwhelming and embrace that storm. In a way that makes it more fun, and then on top of that, I just get super high."The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are solely those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views of their employers.
Rank #2: Ep. 217 - Tim Zarki.
3D generalist Tim Zarki joins us this week to discuss how he manifests his own reality by setting goals and adjusting his workflows and habits to achieve them. Tim’s one of those people who is able to pivot and shift into completely new creative territories and continually crushes them. We discuss the importance of his personal projects, how his career has evolved over time, and where he’s headed in the future.GUEST LINKS:Tim’s Website: https://www.zarki.net/Tim’s Instagram: http://instagram.com/_zarki_Tim’s Behance: https://www.behance.net/zarkiTim’s Learn Squared Course: https://www.learnsquared.com/courses/industrial-design-foundationsOculus: https://www.oculus.com/------------------------------Subscribe on iTunes: www.thecollectivepodcast.com/itunesSubscribe via RSS: www.thecollectivepodcast.com/rssLike us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/thecollectivepodcastFollow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/thecpodcastMerch Store: www.thecollectivepodcast.com/store------------------------------SHOW NOTES:Gmunk: https://gmunk.com/MNML: https://www.mnml.com/Joker: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7286456/Parasite: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6751668/Burning: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7282468/INSIDE: https://store.steampowered.com/app/304430/INSIDE/Ableton: https://www.ableton.com/en/Learn Monthly: https://learnmonthly.com/OP-1 Synthesizer: https://teenage.engineering/products/op-1The Gentle Art: https://altcinc.com/work/thegentleartBeeple: https://www.beeple-crap.com/Joe Rogan: http://podcasts.joerogan.net/Ken Block Cossie V2: https://altcinc.com/work/cossieNaval Podcast: https://nav.al/how-to-get-richThe views and opinions expressed in this podcast are solely those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views of their employers.
A podcast that teaches business to designers.
Rank #1: 40- Testing Business Ideas with David Bland.
David J Bland is the founder of Precoil to help companies find product market fit using lean startup, design thinking, and business model innovation. David has helped validate new products and businesses at companies such as GE, Toyota, Adobe, HP, Behr and more. David is the co-author of Testing Business Ideas, a Wiley business book with Alexander Osterwalder. In this podcast, we talked about David’s new book Testing Business Ideas. We covered: three types of risks facing your business and product ideas how to design experiments for these risks, and how you can use experiment sequences to design better products. www.beyondusers.com/podcast/
Rank #2: 8- Kate Rutter @California College: How to measure and quantify design .
Kate Rutter is an adjunct professor at California College of the Arts. She is a phenomenal UX designer with a strong background in arts and painting, so she sometimes refers to herself as a sketchnoter and graphic recorder. But she also combines her visual skills with data and metrics, particularly in her design process. In the episode we spoke about: why it makes sense to measure design, how to find a design metric for your project, and how you connect a design metric to business value.
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: Don’t Call It A Side Hustle with Austin Kleon - Part 1.
In this episode, Chris Do talks with acclaimed author, Austin Kleon. They discuss two of his most interesting and popular books—Steal Like An Artist and Show Your Work. This conversation is so jam packed with stories and opinions on what it means to be creative that we broke it up into two parts. In part one, Austin and Chris discuss his background, what changed the game for him, and why he hates the term “side hustle.”
Rank #2: 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
Wireframe reveals the stories behind user experience design, for UX/UI designers, graphic designers, and the design-curious. Hosted by Khoi Vinh, principal designer at Adobe and one of Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business, the podcast explores unexpected ways that user experience design helps technology fit into our lives.
Rank #1: Good Design is 💩.
We dig into the unexpected origin story of the universal screen language… emoji! We talk to the designers behind emoji, and the steps (and missteps) emoji design took before the icons found their way to our screens.
Rank #2: A Prescription for Good Design.
Electronic health records aren’t just cumbersome and time-consuming, they’re actually damaging the doctor-patient relationship. How can UX designers help?
A weekly conversation about design process and culture. Hosted by Marshall Bock and Brian Lovin.
Rank #1: 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
Rank #2: 59: Bay Curious (feat. Tara Mann) .
For episode 59 we caught up with Tara Mann, a product designer and sneaker collector currently making things at Twitter. In this show we dig into Tara's background and discuss what it means to grow as a new designer. We also chat about the recent Google rebrand, entrepreneurial thought leaders and design school. Come chat with us in our new Slack team! Over 800 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: Hired Harvest - use the promo code 'designdetails' to save 50% off your first month of Harvest Tara on the Web: Website Instagram Twitter Links for iOS Show Notes: 4:00 - Introductions Hypebeast Sneaker Freaker Dunk SB Pigeon Flight Club 10:00 - Design school Parsons School of Design Jennifer Brook Khoi Vinh Design Details ft. Khoi Vinh Immutable Episode 1 DIN 14:00 - New Google logo Product Sans Evolving the Google Identity Gymboree vs. Google 16:00 - Background Daring Fireball Marco Arment Startups vs. Agencies discussion Science Aubrey Johnson 34:00 - Design chat Keezy Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Deus Mike Davidson Stammy Avi Cieplinski Buffer MetaLab Designing Live for Facebook Mentions Evolving the Google Identity Designing Twitter Video The Making of Tiiny
This podcast is designed for all those times you're sketching, working in the shop, or just looking for inspiration from inspiring people. Afterschool comes from an industrial design perspective, but focuses on all types of creativity: Graphic design, storytelling, architecture, cooking, illustration, branding, materials, business, research... anything that could enrich your thought process, we'll talk about.
Rank #1: Episode 3: Robert Brunner of Ammunition.
This week's guest on Afterschool is Robert Brunner, the founder of Ammunition in San Francisco. We go deep on the creation of the Beats by Dre line of which Ammunition has helped develop along with Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre. We also talk about setting up Ammunition.
Rank #2: Episode 10: Joey Roth.
There’s a certain quality to Joey Roth’s work. It could be the honest use of materials, or the quirky essentialness of his form language, or maybe it’s clean functionality of his products. From his Ceramic Speaker System, to his poster series, to his self watering planter, maybe all you need to say is that Joey Roth’s work is really good.
I'm Rob Johnston, a designer and photographer based in New York City. I am also the founder of Meet the Creatives - a podcast that seeks to bridge the gap between entry-level creative professionals and the industry's best. Through the podcast, live events and various social platforms, I am building a community that connects thousands of entry-level creatives from around the world. The show has featured guests from companies like Facebook, Google, Snapchat, Twitter, Disney, Nike, Huge, Sesame Street, 20th Century Fox, Pentagram and more.Learn more: www.Linktr.ee/MeettheCreativesNY
Rank #1: Claude Silver, Chief Heart Officer at VaynerMedia.
On this episode of Meet the Creatives, I meet Claude Silver, Chief Heart Officer at VaynerMedia. We talk about finding fulfillment, scaling herself to over 805 employees, her massive belief in people, overcoming imposter syndrome, getting out of your own way and much more! Subscribe to iTunes and be sure to follow MeettheCreativesNY on Instagram. Subscribe: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/meet-the-creatives/id1252503888?mt=2
Rank #2: The Importance of Failure/Being a Multidisciplinary Designer - Q&A at Ramapo College.
The Importance of Failure/Being a Multidisciplinary Designer - Q&A at Ramapo College