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Breaking into the creative world is hard enough—and making it as a full-time freelance designer is even tougher. Join host and freelance designer and illustrator Rocky Roark as he talks with special guests about all things freelancing. If you’ve been thinking about starting your own creative projects or you just want to hear thoughtful, actionable advice for your creative career, this podcast is for you.
 
Welcome to the design huddle, a podcast where two designers breakdown what’s new in tech and UX. Each week we talk about what’s trending, have some epic candid interviews, and drop some knowledge on you so you can stay ahead of the robot apocalypse. New Season Drops Feb 22nd. Opinions expressed are solely our own and do not express the views or opinions of our employer.
 
UX has a usability problem. Chris and Carla are on hand to help you navigate through the jargon, user flows and mind maps so you can concentrate on designing great things for users. **Disclaimer** The views on this podcast are ours and don’t represent the views of any former or current employers or clients.
 
Vous souhaitez en apprendre plus sur le design web, découvrir des outils, des sujets et des façons de travailler et d’apprendre ? Alors rejoignez Parlons Design maintenant ! Une ambiance détendue et sans prise de tête pour partager notre passion chaque semaine !
 
Design is Everywhere features stories of people and organizations using design to make an impact and change the world. Hosts Sam Aquillano and Liz Pawlak discuss topics with guests across the Design Museum’s 12 Impact Areas: Vibrant Cities, Healthcare, Social Impact, Workplace Innovation, Play, Sustainability, Education, Data Visualization, Entrepreneurship, Diversity, Business, and Civic Innovation.
 
On Design brings you insightful conversations with design's most inspiring figures - from designers to artists, creative directors to entrepreneurs and everybody in between. If you want to know what inspires them, how they work and how they see the world, this is the podcast for you.
 
Design Life is a podcast about design and side projects for motivated creators. It was born after your hosts, two serial side project addicts, saw a gap in the podcast market for a conversational show about design and the issues young creatives face, that was hosted by two females. This show aims to tackle the big issues designers face like getting paid, overcoming a creative block or managing time, to name a few. We want to open up discussion about things we wish we heard people talk about ...
 
An inside look into the field of architecture told from the perspective of individuals that are leading the industry. This motivational series grants unique insight into the making of a successful design career, from humble beginnings to national recognition. Every week, featured guests share their personal highs and lows on their journey to success, that is sure to inspire audiences at all levels of the industry. Listening to their stories will provide a rare blueprint for anyone seeking to ...
 
This is HCD is the Number 1 human-centered design podcast on the internet! We aim 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.
 
Db3 is a Podcast by three lifelong friends Ganji, Harshadewa, and sirStinkySocks on a mission to embarrass each other. Yes, they also talk through a secret magical door to the beautiful world of design. When they stop embarrassing each other topics such as Product Design, UX Design, Business Analysis, and Product Management are taken up.
 
The Design Voice Podcast seeks to elevate and amplify those voices of women in the architecture, engineering, and construction industries. Each episode features honest conversations with women who shape the built environment - their unique perspectives on the state of their professions, stories about their career journeys, and more. By telling their stories, this podcast hopes to serve as a source of education, inspiration and empowerment.
 
Design influences the world around us every day. We chat with designers, illustrators, photographers, and others to find out the stories that made them want to get into the creative world as a career, and talk with chefs, bartenders, restaurateurs and anyone else that uses their creative talent about how they use their creative talents to design their menus and restaurants. If you have suggestions for guests or questions about the show, please reach out to us on Twitter @feastondesign.
 
A lively conversation about the latest interior design trends, travels to industry events, current design projects (the good, the bad and the ugly), do’s and don’ts, product recommendations and more. Just a warning - this is going to be fun and not too serious! After all, they do still have an interior design business running at full speed. Hosted by Joann Kandrac and Kelly Kole, two nationally published Atlanta Interior Designers with a wealth of information to share and stories to tell abo ...
 
Our show encourages usable designs for a better customer experience in products and services. Each episode is different, with the only constant being our demand that UX design make our lives better and provide long term value. If you care about design's impact on our modern quality of life, give us a listen. You will hear: * Critiques of products & services we've used thoroughly, * Interviews with people whose work or books we admire, and * Discussions of design methods we use in our own use ...
 
As product engineering tools continue to morph and expand at speeds human expertise may not be able to endure, Revolutionary design technologies that span beyond industry borders, will prove their necessity for companies looking to take over their markets in the future. What will the future of design technologies and machinery look like? What will your digitalization story be? Where engineering meets tomorrow. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Get fresh tips from the budget decorating guru, Betsy Helmuth. Each episode is packed with secrets the other pros don't want you to know and with answers to your burning design questions. Betsy is a NY-based designer, owner of Affordable Interior Design, and has been featured on DIY Network, NBC's "Today Show", HGTV, Lifetime, and more. She is the author of the best-selling book, Affordable Interior Design. Helmuth has shared her affordable design advice and step-by-step approaches with mill ...
 
Does living in a well-designed city make you healthier? How can surfing increase your creativity? Have you ever wondered why hospitals are so ugly? Bon Ku is a physician and an avid fan of design, food, surfboarding and Medicine. In each episode of DESIGN LAB, Bon and his guests tell stories about how the worlds of design, art, science and health intersect. Listen and learn new insights, hacks and design principles that you can apply to your own life.
 
Everything you need to know about packaging. Design, engineering, materials, manufacturing, and how to save the planet with sustainable packaging. Gain insight into the packaging industry from global experts in topics that range from concept development of packaging to material selection and recycling. Learn the trade tricks from experts that live and breathe packaging every day and level-up your own packaging game. Hosted by Evelio Mattos, Creative Director of Packaging Design
 
Design Everywhere is a podcast by designers for designers. Host, Jonathan Morgan, is a human-centered designer who explores the shifting landscape of product and service design in the face of emerging technology. Each week is an exploration into the past, present, and future of design through the stories of the people that are shaping it. Jonathan guides listeners through discussions with leading voices in the design industry. Together, they canvas the world of design uncovering examples of ...
 
This is the go-to resource for anyone who wants to grow and scale a design service business to become wealthy and free. 𝗪𝗵𝗮𝘁 𝘄𝗶𝗹𝗹 𝘆𝗼𝘂 𝗹𝗲𝗮𝗿𝗻? 1. You will learn to productize your service business 2. Take in as many customers as you like and serve them without sacrificing the quality of your promised offer 2. Earn recurring income, as much as you like, rather than trading hours for dollars and burning out 3. To become the go-to-designer or design company in your niche without going cheap 4. Wh ...
 
"Design and the City" is published by reSITE, a global nonprofit acting to improve the urban environment, about the ways we can use design to make cities more livable and lovable. Cities are the sum of designers, developers, artists, citizens, public officials, entrepreneurs, and the displaced, but rarely do each of these constituencies gather in the same room, let alone speak the same language, and cities suffer for it. reSITE is literally that room. In order to create a city that is truly ...
 
The Design You Podcast is for interior designers and creatives looking to slow down, get rid of “busy,” and live in health, wealth and wholehearted joy. Develop the confidence and the knowledge to make authentic choices that will improve your life, redesign your health, and grow your business like never before. You’ve been designing everyone else’s lives, homes and special moments, but now it’s time you design you! It’s time for you to redefine what success looks like in your life. If you wo ...
 
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Valerie Aurilio, General Manager of Landor & Fitch, has been working on a project with a soon-to-be 250 year history – America. We discuss working with the America 250 Foundation to brand the country’s semiquin. I can only imagine what goes on in a project this large, and that’s a lot of what we talk about. A few glimpses of what we’ll all be seein…
 
Is great illustration a privilege of industry giants? What if every software project could use it freely? Our guest today is Pablo Stanley, iconic illustrator and co-founder at Blush. He shares his take on creativity, illustration systems, his favorite brands, illustration sourcing at Blush, and more. Podcast feed: subscribe to https://feeds.simple…
 
Hello and welcome to another episode of Culture Cast, with Vimla Appadoo! I am the co-founder of Honey Badger. In this episode, I speak with Zaire Allen - who is the founder of Love Circular, who specifically teach people how to get into the UX industry from underrepresented communities. Hands down, one of our favourite episodes - sit back and enjo…
 
Michael Green and Natalie Telewiak love wood. These Vancouver-based architects champion the idea that Earth can, and should, grow our buildings--or grow the materials we use to build them. They are the principals of Michael Green Architecture, or MGA, and have made it their mission to tackle world housing and climate change by harnessing the power …
 
In this episode we are going to be rounding out this podcast with common design mistakes, which is part two of our previous episode. Sometimes people get too carried away with certain "heroes" and just have too many items representing one icon in history, causing the room or home to feel less unique. Try to avoid the karate chopped pillow, as it wi…
 
What is the power of story? In this episode, Sam is joined by Jon Campbell, Head of Innovation Capability at EPAM Continuum, to learn about the value of storytelling in design. They chat about how designers convey stories to bring impactful designs and how storytelling is used in the prototyping phase. Later on in the show, they are joined by Debbi…
 
Shownotes: www.unpackingdesign.com/podcast/154 What book has influenced the way that you think about your approach to your life and finding clarity to the things that you do? Mike introduces a new topic that Unpacking Design will start focusing on in 2021 – books. Mike and Tim will bring several books to the table and talk about how they’ve inspire…
 
Tune in this week and discover why Kris thinks the world needs more female CEOs and what makes a great leader. We discuss the importance of laying solid foundations in your business, and how being strategic with your time, establishing a vision, and setting expectations can help you run a more effective business. Get out your notepad friends, there…
 
Natasha Espada, AIA, NOMA, LEED AP BD+C is the founder and Principal of STUDIO ENÉE Architects. She has over 25 years of design and construction expertise in both renovation and new construction for institutional, civic, and commercial clients. Natasha served as the 2020 President of the Boston Society for Architecture. Her platform focused on equi…
 
Antionette D. Carroll is the founder and CEO of Creative Reaction Lab, a nonprofit social enterprise designing healthy and racially equitable communities for Black and Latinx populations through education and training programs, community engagement consulting and open-sourced tools. Creative Reaction Lab is a movement challenging racial inequities …
 
In this episode, Cara sits down with the Editor-in-Chief behind the top home & design site, Hunker — Eve Epstein. They dive into the nuances of 2021 design trends and how to adopt them in your spaces, design strategies for the everyday girl, how wellness and coziness are driving diy space design, and a little bit about Hunker's new diy video series…
 
Hey design starters, today, I would like to talk about why it is so hard to grow a service-based business. So we have all heard of the SaaS business, products, and these are, you know, you can create one thing and sell many times, but as in a service-based business, there is this tendency for the service owner. To be the one, doing everything or to…
 
Computers the size of rooms helped win a war. A simple astrolabe helped explorers discovery new worlds. Countless classics were penned with ink on paper. Are we chasing the latest technology to the detriment of our own personal growth and the success of our business? Full show notes: https://agencytrailblazer.com/how-old-fashioned-tech-can-grow-you…
 
James Turner is the co-founder of Glimpse – a collective which believes that creativity can be used for more than just selling stuff. In our conversation, we discuss some of Glimpse’s campaigns such as the launch of Choose Love physical stores, which sold essential items to help refugees across the world and a Kickstarter campaign that saw every si…
 
An unabashed free spirit hailing from Texas, president and CEO of EDG Jennifer Johanson walks us through her unplanned entry into the hospitality world, her evolved managing style thanks to COVID, the importance of collaboration, what she loves about restaurants versus hotels, and her secrets to success with an inspiring matter of fact approach. He…
 
Hey design starters today, we're going to talk about either staying small or growing big, so she she'd stay small. You start growing or other, should you grow or should you just stay small? Right? I'm sure there are many people who are thinking that when you grow, you got to hire more people. More employees and going to manage more people. Sometime…
 
Today's Projects Bluebeam Mural DKNG shares how they have migrated to full murals comfortably from their iMacs in Illustrator. See their work here: https://www.dkngstudios.com/blog/2021/2/26/bluebeam-pasadena-mural Playing Card Updates Now that DKNG's cards have been out for a few years, DKNG noticed ways they can improve usability for future print…
 
Because of today’s advanced technology and malleable software, there’s almost no product idea that’s too outlandish to create in some form. While it’s exciting to have seemingly endless possibilities, actually ideating and making truly new, innovative products is a huge undertaking. Add the need to ensure that these products are user-friendly and s…
 
We’ve come a long way from the early days of pencil and paper sketching in the design process. Smart software has allowed designers to create more accurate sketches with greater efficiency. Traditional CAD programs have clearly made things easier for users, but for too long, there wasn’t much coming from developers to disrupt sketch software. In th…
 
Clubhouse est devenue l'app la plus hype de 2021, on en fait une review design pour comprendre les rouages de son succès et les bonnes idées à en tirer.🌟 Tu aimes Parlons Design ? Tu souhaites lui apporter ton soutien ?Partage le tout de suite autour de toi, ça devrait certainement plaire à d'autres passionnés de design d'interface 😉📰 Profite de co…
 
We’ve partnered with ProtoPie, the future of interactive product design, to help you navigate through uncertainty and overcome the challenges today's unprecedented conditions have brought to the industry. Join us for Season 2 - Designing for a new level of uncertainty. Advertising and branding have been around as long as there have been things to s…
 
Vanessa Kassabian is a Cultural+Performing Arts design leader based out of DLR Group's New York office. She works closely with teams across the firm to facilitate design discussions and provide critical guidance on considerations around site, programming, massing, aesthetics, and execution. Vanessa has extensive experience designing for significant…
 
ABOUT In this episode, Danielle Fauteaux and I talk about the intersection between UX design and SEO, how to communicate expectations with clients, and how to foster solid relationships in your network that will help you grow your business. --- CONNECT WITH DANIELLE https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielle-f-47a18aab/ --- FREE CHECKLIST FOR VETTING DES…
 
Hi design starters today. I'm going to talk about how to work for free, right? And you can still make money working for free. Can you actually do that? And no. Should you work for free? If you want for free, how are you going to pay the bills? And, um, is this something that you should do? Right. So, uh, I mean my own experience, I have met many cl…
 
Vi spieghiamo cos’è la Cryptoart e perché sta svoltando l’industria dei creativi digitali. Poi l’Internet Satellitare di Elon Musk, i nuovi fighissimi scooter GoGoro e il terribile camioncino delle poste americane. E ancora i vestiti per cani di Zara, un’ester egg di design sul paracadute di Perserverance, la faccia di Mich e davvero un sacco di al…
 
Welcome to Design Huddle, a podcast where two UX designers breakdown what’s new in tech and design. Each week we talk about what’s trending in tech, have some epic interviews, and drop some knowledge on you so you can stay ahead of the robot apocalypse. Mustafa Kurtuldu is a UX lead on install-ability on Chrome and Design Advocate at Google. His sk…
 
This week, we celebrate (????) Zach Synder's birthday by creating attractions with a sort of Director's Cut. First up, JimCity takes the remnants of the Great Movie Ride and challenges guests to improve it, which isn't all that hard if you think about it. Then, Scottye shares the deleted scenes of Journey Into Imagination, and it might shock you to…
 
Today we welcome back Kylie Van Meter as part of our “where are they now” series. Kylie originally joined us in July of 2019 (episode 28) – she was fresh out of design school and in the process of building her design business. A lot has transpired in a year and a half and Kylie shares her experiences in hiring, acquiring office space, learning to d…
 
In this episode of the See Through Design podcast we interview Shillington College graduate Harrison Jones. After running a property refurbishment company for 13 years and in the lead up to turning 30 Harrison decided it was time to change career and switch to becoming a designer.Av Caz Cusumano, Liam Jackson
 
Hey, design starters, today's topic would be something most of you would have experienced every now and then. All right. Which is, you know, being a slave to your clients. So how do you stop being this, this crazy worker to your clients as if your clients are everything to you? Right. I mean, are they are? And I've been friends. I've been, um, grea…
 
Charlotte Purvis joins Timothy Keirnan for a discussion about ensuring good user experience with customer service professionals. When we call an organization for help with a product or service, these people are on the front line of customer interaction. How well they assist us will impact our perceptions of a product and the brand of the company th…
 
As American cities shut down to slow the spread of COVID, car traffic across the country dropped by an average of 70% at one point. All those quiet roads opened the door for municipalities to tap into the Safe Streets (or Slow Streets) ethos and rethink how their many miles of pavement could be redesigned for additional or new uses. While these eff…
 
In today’s episode, Cheryl speaks with Barbara Best-Santos, Principal of ForrestPerkins--a Perkins Eastman company. During their conversation, Cheryl asks Barbara the question, “How does having the kind of design expertise and experience in hospitality help you in your healthcare design projects?” To give you a little background, for 20 years Barba…
 
About This Episode It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of dropping big, bold, and shocking product changes without a lot of forethought. But, unless you’re Apple or Tesla, this approach to design just isn’t sustainable. Instead, focus on releasing product enhancements that are measurable, reversible, iterative, even humble. This isn’t a se…
 
Today we’re bringing you the first episode of Better Done Than Perfect’s Season 2. Join us for a talk with Alex Hillman, founder of Stacking The Bricks and author of The Tiny MBA. We discuss the company’s conception and philosophy, how they handle customer service, what makes a great course, and so much more. Please head over to the episode page fo…
 
We are celebrating our 100th Episode with a very special guest that we are honored to have on the show - award-winning actress, author, activist, and consummate hostess, Marlo Thomas. Marlo serves as the National Outreach Director for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and is launching a collaboration with Williams Sonoma - Pottery Barn for an e…
 
Today we have Cory as the MC and we’re going to be talking about “party fouls,” or common design mistakes. We start out talking about arch niches, which many home builders will install in homes, but they almost always do it wrong. Another thing people often get wrong is their window treatments, where they put one single curtain on either side of th…
 
What is the criteria for good design? In this episode, Sam chats with Karen Korellis Reuther, a former creative executive at corporations like Nike and Reebok and a 2021 Harvard Advanced Leadership Initiative Fellow to learn how design informs brand identity and how she characterizes good design. We learn more about Karen’s career leading creative …
 
Shownotes: www.unpackingdesign.com/podcast/153 If there was a social app in its infancy where you could start building a community, would you join? That’s exactly what Clubhouse is in 2021. Tim starts this episode off with a brief introduction to the invite only app that’s currently in beta and only available on iPhones. Tim goes over the overall i…
 
In this episode, we’re covering all things Instagram and social media and showing you why your worth is not defined by the number of followers you have. We discuss why entrepreneurship is inherently political and the importance of getting real and honest with yourself in your business. Get ready to start showing up authentically right now, y'all, t…
 
Ben Branson is the Founder of Seedlip and Æcorn Drinks, the world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirits and aperitifs. His mission is two fold: Solve the dilemma of ‘what to drink when you’re not drinking’ and continue his family’s 300 years of farming heritage. With offices in the Chilterns, Los Angeles and Sydney, Seedlip is now available in 29…
 
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