Special guest and good friend Lori McLeese joins the program. She's the Global Head of People for Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com — one of the world's largest fully distributed companies. We talk about what it takes to do great work together when we're apart.
Special guests Andy Welfle and Michael Metts join the program. They're the co-authors of the book “Writing is Designing” and we discuss how words are the core of good design, and what you can do to improve the quality of language in your work.
Special guest Cennydd Bowles joins the show. He’s a designer, futurist, and author of the book Future Ethics. We discuss what we can learn from the digital mistakes of the past to inform the designs of the future.
Special guest Liz Jackson joins the show. She’s a design strategist and disability advocate who founded The Disabled List. We talk about perspectives in disability-led design and how empathy can often get in the way.
Special guest and event organizer Marc Thiele joins the show. He's the founder of the Beyond Tellerrand design conference, and we discuss the value of community gatherings, what we can learn at them, and how they're changing
Special guest Hannes Pasqualini joins the show. He’s the co-founder of Papernoise, a firm that specializes in the design of synthesizers. We discuss the process of finding a niche, building a reputation, and the art of music.
This is part two of a special episode of Presentable recorded live in front of an audience at the New Adventures conference in Nottingham, England. It is a roundtable conversation with the event's speakers: Liz Jackson, Laura Kalbag, Florence Okoye, Tatiana Mac
This is a special episode of Presentable recorded live in front of an audience at the New Adventures conference in Nottingham, England. It is a roundtable conversation with the event's speakers: Cennydd Bowles, Akil Benjamin, Natalie Kane.
Special guest and long-time independent developer James Thomson joins the show. We talk through his experience working on PCalc, run-ins with Steve Jobs, and going solo for more than a couple decades.
Good friend Erika Hall joins the show to talk about the second edition of Just Enough Research. We talk about the methods so many people get so badly wrong.