Special guest Trent Walton joins the show. He's the founder of Austin, Texas-based design agency Paravel. We discuss how to develop strong, long-term relationships with clients.
Special guest Maria D’Amato joins the show. She's the Head of Experience Design at the Austin-based design agency GSD&M. We’re going to talk about crafting a career in the agency world.
Special guest Cheryl Platz joins the program. She’s the author of the new book, “Design Beyond Devices.” We discuss all the different ways we communicate with machines, how they respond, and how we as designers can be more intentional about all of it.
Special guest Olga Stella joins the program. She’s the Executive Director of Design Core Detroit, and we discuss the role of design in the life of cities.
Special guest Andy Budd returns to the program. He's one of the founders of UK-based design agency Clearleft, and we discuss the firm's recent shift to being employee-owned.
Special guest Annie Jean-Baptiste joins the show. She’s Google's Head of Product Inclusion and the author of the book, “Building for Everyone.” We discuss how designing products through the lens of representation is not just an ethical choice, but a strong business case as well.
Special guest Elliot Jay Stocks joins the program. He’s a designer, publisher, and musician and we talk about side projects, staying focused, and how to find value in all aspects of our work.
This week on the program is special guest David Dylan Thomas. He’s a content strategist and author of the forthcoming book, “Design For Cognitive Bias.” We discuss how unconscious decisions shape our actions, and how to acknowledge them when we design.
Special guest and author Senongo Akpem joins the show. We discuss his new book “Cross-Cultural Design” and how to grow in awareness when designing for multiple cultures.
Special guest Bill Burnett joins the show. He's the Executive Director of the Design School at Stanford University and the author of "Design Your Work Life." We talk about applying our craft as designers to the problem of our own careers.