Special guest Lara Hogan joins the show. She’s a co-founder of Wherewithall Coaches and Trainers and author of the new book, Resilient Management. We discuss the qualities that help teams thrive and how you can contribute whether you’re a leader ... or aspire to be.
Special guest Myke Hurley returns to the program. He’s the co-founder of the Relay FM podcast network and host of Connected, a podcast focusing on Apple. We discuss the company’s recent announcement that Chief Design Officer Sir Jony Ive is leaving to start a new design studio.
Former head of Adobe Fonts and good friend Matthew Rechs joins the program to sort through Apple's announcement at WWDC that fonts will be coming to iOS 13.
Creativity evangelist and author Denise Jacobs joins the show to discuss the difficulties designers face in the creative process and how to get unstuck.
Special guest Paul Smith, head of design for real estate startup Opendoor, joins the show to discuss managing rapidly growing teams and the challenges of designing a holistic experience for an incredibly stressful life event.
Special guest and design system expert Jina Anne. She’s spent 15 years designing for companies like Apple, Salesforce, and Amazon. Today, we discuss how the state of the art in design systems is being driven by a community of dedicated "hybrids."
Special guest and paper expert Matthew Scharf joins to the program to remind us all that print is wonderful and analog makes us feel good.
Special guest Leah Buley, director of design education at Invision, joins the show. We talk about ways of measuring the maturity of an organization’s design practice, and how you might improve yours.
Special guest and Superfriend.ly founder Dan Mall joins the show to talk about his book, “Pricing Design.” We tackle one of the hardest parts of being a designer: asking for money.
Special guest Helen Joy joins the program. She’s a UX consultant focused on universal and inclusive design practices. We discuss what that means in the day-to-day work we do as designers, and how hard it can be to see through our digital privilege.