A look back at the topics, trends, and guests that defined the Presentable in this final episode of the podcast.
Special guests Katel LeDû and Lisa Maria Marquis join the program. They’re the authors of the new book, “You Should Write a Book” and we discuss the process of sharing what you know and the power of a public persona.
Special guest and long-time friend Ryan Carver joins the program. He’s the former CTO of Typekit and creator of the photo layout app Series. We talk about the line between designer and developer, when it’s important, and when it’s definitely not.
Special guest and design strategist Katie Swindler joins the program to discuss her new book, “Life & Death Design.” We explore how the products we design can more effectively empower people during acutely stressful situations.
Special guest Mike Essl joins the program. He’s the dean of the Cooper Union School of Art in New York, and we discuss the role and importance of formal education in the design world today.
Special guest Emily Tate joins the program. She’s managing director of Mind the Product, and we discuss how product management has kept pace with the rapidly changing way we all work.
Special guests Diana Deibel and Rebecca Evanhoe join the show. They are the co-authors of the recent book, “Conversations with Things” and we discuss how to design machines so they better understand everyone.
Special guest Erin Casali joins the program. She’s a leadership coach and senior director of product design at Xero. We discuss feedback: giving it, getting it, and using it to thrive in your career as a designer.
Special guest and forms specialist Caroline Jarrett joins the program to discuss her new book “Surveys That Work: A Practical Guide for Designing and Running Better Surveys.”
Special guest and Etsy’s head of product design Christina Goldschmidt joins the program to discuss how embracing representation in neurodiversity across our teams can lead to better designed products.