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This is Revision Path — an award-winning weekly showcase of Black designers, developers, and digital creatives from all over the world. Each week, host Maurice Cherry interviews these creators about their work, their goals, what inspires them, and much more. First podcast in the Smithsonian NMAAHC.
 
The podcast from zeroheight, where we talk to the best folks in DesignOps from around the world to help you build the best darn DesignOps practice you possibly can. Hosted by Luke Murphy, design advocate at zeroheight, each episode focuses on a specific part of the DesignOps pie, gaining insight from both established DesignOps practitioners, as well as up and coming DesignOps voices.
 
Design is everywhere in our lives, perhaps most importantly in the places where we've just stopped noticing. 99% Invisible is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture. From award winning producer Roman Mars. Learn more at 99percentinvisible.org.
 
Many young people are incredibly creative and wanted to pursue design as a career. This Podcast is dedicated to them so that they can learn, implement, and grow. We believe in sharing knowledge and making design education accessible. Design a six-letter word that symbolizes an art that can capture and captivate you yet render you speechless with a buzz of questions. Here, we present a design podcast for newbies and professionals alike. We talk about communities, problems, journeys, and expos ...
 
Are we living in a bisexual renaissance? From Ancient China to TikTok, writers, hosts and ex-gfs Mary & Ell explore what it really means to be a modern bisexual. “I still regretfully shag men... I guess that’s what bi is” - anon. Written, created and hosted by Ell Potter and Mary Higgins Sound design, music and production by Tom Foskett Barnes Research by Eve Brandon, Robin Craig, Ell Potter and Mary Higgins Graphic design by Madison Coby Produced by Ellie Keel
 
The boys from Back Dog Salvage and stars of the hit DIY series "Salvage Dawgs" are back! Listen in as Mike Whiteside, Robert Kulp, and Tay Whiteside talk to the most interesting people from the Salvage, Maker, and Creator worlds. From the world’s leading experts on Salvage from around the world to Makers and Creators who are doing fantastic work we respect. We'll speak with Celebrities and personalities who are Salvagers and makers, while also enjoying conversations with oddballs from around ...
 
Calvin Buchanan and Cornel Beard bring you a weekly Design and Culture podcast talking about the world of Design from the Black perspective while exploring and sharing stories of their professional careers. Learn something new, or send in questions to ask advice. Tune in for interesting insights and interact with them, as well as special guests on the topics that interest you.
 
Exploring the often ridiculous nature of graphic design, web design, UX, branding and marketing, Massimo and Shawn say what they really feel about the design topics that people are usually too polite (or take too seriously) to discuss. The Angry Designer, led by a long-time creative agency owner and a design veteran, will either leave you with some new perspectives on the design industry, feeling vindicated about your own opinions - or ready to rant.
 
The podcast helping graphic designer boss-ladies work smarter and not harder in their design businesses. Your guru: the clever Anna Dower; mentor, designer, cake-lover and rad chick. ‘Cos not all creatives wear hip black clothes and are design snobs. Some – like us – wear colourful Birkenstocks and believe in community over competition.
 
Have you ever wondered how the user interface (UI) design was created for a game, website, or app you love? What about the time you were using a website or app and thought, "this could be a better experience, but I wouldn't even know where to start"? UI Narrative shares the stories of people of color interface designers and researchers and their contributions towards creating user-centered experiences. We also discuss Tolu Ajayi's experience as a Senior Product Designer and how she continues ...
 
Magnifeco Radio is a series of frank and intimate conversations hosted by Kate Black, author and founder of magnifeco.com. Each week Kate chats with designers, makers and sustainable leaders about their path and motivation plus the latest in ethical fashion, clean beauty and sustainable living.
 
ArtCenter College of Design’s bi-weekly podcast features intimate interviews with leading artists examining the ideas fueling their work and how the creative process can be a catalyst for change—personally, professionally and globally. Hosted by ArtCenter President, Lorne M. Buchman, these conversations examine the many ways in which artists and designers are enriching our lives. ArtCenter College of Design is a global leader in art and design education; and our mission statement—Learn to cr ...
 
Unconference, is a Design + Diversity Podcast about diversity, design, and the marriage in between. Where we chat about Design + Diversity and all the things related. Whether you are a designer or a design hobbyist, in many of its adjacent or subfields, we’re here to break down all of the details and solve the hard problems with you.Unconference Podcast by Design + Diversity was formally the Design + Diversity Podcast, which has been rebranded to meet listeners on the go. The podcast serves ...
 
A podcast about costume design and the performing arts from professional costume designers Jojo Siu and Sarah Timm! Join Jojo and Sarah as they analyze the costumes from your favorite film, TV, and theatre, and offer an inside look at the art and craft of costume design. Plus, look forward to bonus episodes where Jojo and Sarah interview industry professionals and find out why they chose their specific field in the arts. New episodes every other Friday.
 
A tiny show guiding you through the rocky landscape of museums. Museum Archipelago believes that no museum is an island and that museums are not neutral. Taking a broad definition of museums, host Ian Elsner brings you to different museum spaces around the world, dives deep into institutional problems, and introduces you to the people working to fix them. Each episode is never longer than 15 minutes, so let’s get started.
 
Innovation for All explores how diversity and inclusion are impacted by innovation and technology. Long form interviews with experts in tech, design, AI, and business. Is Facebook really a monopoly? How can remote work get more diversity in tech? What’s in the terms of service we usually ignore? How can we build inclusive, human-centered AI? Host Sheana Ahlqvist created Innovation For All to help technologists and entrepreneurs make more inclusive products and businesses and think more criti ...
 
Join Mr. Modernism George Smart and crew as they talk and laugh with people who enjoy, own, create, dream about, preserve, love, and hate Modernist architecture, the most exciting and controversial buildings in the world. USModernist Radio is backed by the nonprofit educational archive USModernist, the largest open digital archive for Modernist residential architecture in America. www.usmodernist.org
 
Do green buildings matter to you? This podcast fuels your fire with inspiring interviews from industry and nonprofit leaders across the built environment. Not sure if green building matters? Listen to the personal stories of our guests and let Charlie’s passion help convince you why green buildings are essential to our shared future. Each episode illustrates a unique journey through sustainability and towards resilience. Charlie explores the challenges and celebrations of the movers and shak ...
 
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Segment 1: Happy Fathers Day! Dan recounts some of his favorite childhood memories of his Dad and the lessons that come along with them. Segment 2: The Unexpected History of Ladders There are a lot of everyday tools and objects that we take for granted. We never stop to think where it all began...In the case of the Ladder its story begins in Spain,…
 
Jamie Kalven—journalist, human rights activist and founder of one of Chicago’s newest Pulitzer Prize winners, the Invisible Institute—says he has “deep sympathy for those who wagered their lives and their careers on the stability of legacy media,” but he says “some of the new forms that are evolving … may actually ultimately produce a healthier die…
 
We revisit Katie Mingle's Right to Roam episode as we say goodbye In the United Kingdom, the freedom to walk through private land is known as “the right to roam.” The movement to win this right was started in the 1930s by a rebellious group of young people who called themselves “ramblers” and spent their days working in the factories of Manchester,…
 
In March 2017, I wrote a 10-page profile of Susan Mcleary for Florists’ Review magazine’s “Creativity” issue. It’s this article that inspired me to invite Sue to be our Keynote speaker at the upcoming Slow Flowers Summit, taking place next week on June 28-30th in the San Francisco Bay Area at the amazing venue, Filoli […] The post Episode 511: The …
 
What do you get when you cross $350 million dollars and an award winning designer? Apparently a very beautiful, but questionable logo. Join The Angry Designers in this charged up episode of Dope or Nope, as they give an objective review of the NEW Calendly logo and new brand system. With a few stories, rants, and laughs as always, this episode may …
 
Every town hopes that someone will come along, and at no expense to the town, create something beautiful. We’re not talking a new mall. We’re talking acres of flowing grounds open to the public, an award-winning complex of stunningly beautiful buildings by a world-class architecture firm, and a philanthropic mission that includes, among other notew…
 
Pulliam Professor of Journalism at DePauw University and former Sun-Times editor and columnist Deborah Douglas joins host Charlie Meyerson and co-host Sheila Solomon to launch the new Chicago Media Talks podcast—a joint production of Chicago Public Square and Rivet360—with a discussion of Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s decision to limit her anniver…
 
Karen Hawkins—self-described “mouthy black lesbian feminist over 40” and “recovering mainstream media reporter and editor”—is doing a terrible job of recovering: She’s now co-publisher of the Chicago Reader, the founder of Rebellious Magazine, and a leader of the upstart Chicago Independent Media Alliance. She joins hosts Sheila Solomon and Charlie…
 
🎉 The Neue Black launch, beautiful bottles + more It’s an explosion of new typefaces this week. Including a very exciting addition to the League catalogue; Neue Black by our friend Tré Seals, of Vocal Type. We’ve also got a new release by Pangram Pangram, a bold rebrand out of Paula Scher’s Pentagram team, a piece about very expensive typefaces, an…
 
An exclusive interview between Jordan Goldstein, Principal and Gensler's Global Director of Design, and our dear client Tim Grisius, Global M&A and Real Estate Officer at Marriott International. Together they discuss Grisius's career; the evolution of Marriott from a root beer stand to the largest hospitality company in the world; the path to recov…
 
More TV coming atcha, this time it’s sci-fi! Join us as we dive into the costumes from an episode each of “Black Mirror” and “Doctor Who”. How do you make something look like Star Trek but not actually Star Trek? What did Vincent Van Gogh look like? Let’s get to the bottom of it. Trigger warning: brief mention of sexual assault and suicide. Follow …
 
In the final episode of the season, Isabella interview Gretchen Guidess and Jackie Peterson-Grace, the textile conservators of Colonial Williamsburg, about preserving and protecting historic needlework in museum collections. As always, images and sources are available at @sewwhatpodcast on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. The podcast has a website…
 
Here we are, less than two weeks until the fourth Slow Flowers Summit begins on Monday June 28th and continues through Wednesday June 30th. We launched the Slow Flowers Summit in 2017 in Seattle, intentionally scheduling it to take place during American Flowers Week as the core event during our annual domestic flower holiday week. […] The post Epis…
 
LEED Fellow, experienced Sustainability Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the design industry. Skilled in Sustainability, Sustainable Architecture, Environmental Awareness, Sustainable Design, and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED). Strong community and social services professional with a Bachelor’s of Urban Planni…
 
Me and my frequent collaborator the romantically jinxed one herself Tyler Thomas we talk Hollywood, relationships in movies, real life, expectations and clueless. Be sure to check out the second half of our conversation on the romantically jinxed podcast anywhere podcasts are found. Subscribe to thisepisodeisabout podcast Stay up to date with my co…
 
After Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin murdered George Floyd last year, tens of thousands of people all over the world took to the streets to protest police violence against Black people. And if you look at images from these marches, you will probably start to notice a common color scheme -- one involving a lot of red, black, and green. The…
 
Today on Beyond The Frame, Multi Layered Glass Artist Lauri Maitland discusses the mix of science and luck involved in creating her detailed hand painted glass art, where comforting images, realistically rendered layer upon layer, float within fused glass as if trapped from within.By Propeller Art Gallery-Toronto
 
Leadership skills are something that CAN be learned, but most Design Professionals do not get proper training on how to be an effective leader. Liz Myers, Executive Leadership Coach at Integrative Leadership Strategies, works specifically with Design Firms to improve leadership within their company. She is uniquely qualified as she is an engineer h…
 
It's 2021, and Black designers only make up 3% of the workforce at major tech companies. It's disheartening to think about, but you have the power to make a difference, especially if you're a white creative leader, educator, or designer. Representation is crucial to attracting people of color to the tech industry and ensuring an inclusive environme…
 
SEGMENT 1: COLOR CAPTURE Last week we talked about finding color inspiration in unexpected places. Now we highlight a tool that can turn your inspirational photos into a color palette of Benjamin Moore colors. You won't believe how fun and easy it is to match the colors you are inspired by. What is this magic tool? Tune to find out! SEGMENT 2: EGO …
 
Whether it's about only making things look good, to wearing thick glasses and turtlenecks, there are many common misconceptions about what design is and what designers are like. Join the Angry Designers as they tackle the topic of designer misconceptions. This episode will make you laugh, cry, feel settled or get angry!…
 
In this episode we discuss, the not so new, social media tik tok and how it is different than other platforms. We also discuss how people and business are using it for their different purposes. We also talk about introducing people unfamiliar to marketing and creative work to a new field. We also discuss ways to find inspiration and how to hone you…
 
Bertie County, North Carolina, has only about 19,000 people, about 62% Black. That's fewer than in most city zip codes. It’s one of the poorest county in the state, and the population is down about 10% over the last decade. Black farmers lost much of their land as subsidies and credit by the USDA heavily favored white farmers. In 2007, the schools …
 
Henrique Gusso, principal designer on Design Systems at Wise, talks to us about what goes into building an effective Design Systems team, from team make-up to product management to contribution models. Gusso on Twitter Engineering Lead job at Wise Hercules - Various Artists @horse_ebooks on Twitter DesignOps Island Discs is brought to you by zerohe…
 
R. Michael Hendrix is a design leader and musician currently; he is a Partner and Global Director of Design at IDEO and an Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music. As a graphic designer, he has received more than 50 awards from major U.S. design associations and publications. He is also a keynote speaker on various occasions and a regular g…
 
Logo trends, bold branding, and the origin of the English alphabet! Last week we talked about what’s hot in packaging design, this week we’re turning our attention to logo trends. We’re also talking new typefaces, a bold, typographic-focused rebranding project and a little something fun out of Korea. And over in Nerd Alert corner, Olivia is tacklin…
 
In this episode, Isabella interviews artist Cayce Zavaglia, who uses embroidery to stitch hyperrealistic portraits of her family, friends, and fellow artists. The two discuss Cayce's process, her favourite parts of stitching, and groundbreaking contemporary textile artists. As always, images and sources are available at @sewwhatpodcast on Twitter, …
 
Over the past year, you’ve heard from many of the panelists and personalities scheduled to present at the upcoming Slow Flowers Summit, scheduled for June 28-30, which is right around the corner. And today, I’m bringing you straight to our Summit destination, Filoli Historic House & Garden based in Woodside, California, where we will gather […] The…
 
Are we living in a bisexual renaissance? From Ancient China to TikTok, writers, hosts and ex-gfs Mary & Ell explore what it really means to be a modern bisexual. “I still regretfully shag men... I guess that’s what bi is” - anon. Written, created and hosted by Ell Potter and Mary Higgins Sound design, music and production by Tom Foskett Barnes Rese…
 
Amy D'Angelo is a wellness real estate professional with over 15 years of experience. Her wide range of interests over the years have included launching a health food business to managing facilities for an international non-profit. Her current passion is focusing on helping busy professionals achieve wellness at home by creating simple strategies t…
 
Correction: Our staff producer pronounced the the Japanese word "ōbōn" incorrectly in this episode. It is pronounced OH-bohn not oh-BAHN. Let us be the first to wish you a Happy Flag Day, beautiful nerds! Anyone who has listened to 99% Invisible regularly knows we have a thing for flags, which can beautiful things that give communities something sy…
 
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