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Alex Koch. Mike Napier. James Lewis. Children of the nineties, lovers of sequential art, NERDS -- coming of age in a world they never made, these three students of the comic page found themselves united by a common hobby. On that day, A PODCAST WAS BORN -- tasked with discussing the topics no single fan could properly examine!
 
The Graphic Sound is a podcast about creativity and work. Digging into the thought processes behind graphic design, illustration, and other creative fields, the show aims to uncover simple principles that drive creative people. Hosted by graphic artist Brandon Rike, a leading designer in the music merchandising industry, The Graphic Sound exists to simplify the methods with which we put our creativity to work.
 
The Quickie Podcast for Graphic Designers is a damn good show where host Dave Hopkins interviews talented Graphic Designers, Illustrators, and Creative Directors, quickly - usually 30 minutes or less. Hear from freelancers to creatives at world-renown businesses and agencies, about their wins, their fails, lessons learned, what inspires them, and the story about how they even got there. Subscribe to be entertained and inspired by each guest's unique journey. Plus who doesn’t love a good quic ...
 
Exploring the interaction between the medium of comics and the discourse of healthcare. Episodes include conversations with comic authors, academics and healthcarers, plus select presentations from our international Comics & Medicine Conferences. Our podcast is hosted by MK Czerwiec, and new episodes are generally released weekly in .m4a format with embedded images to go along with the audio. Visit graphicmedicine.org to view our podcasts in either .m4a or .mp3 (audio-only).
 
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The DGDC - Deeply Graphic Designcast

Graphic Designers Nick Longo, Mikelle Morrison, and Jordan Wilson

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The ultimate podcasts for creatives. Hosted by Nick Longo, Mikelle Morrison, and Jordan Wilson. A unique team of creative professionals, united together to bring unique inspiration and uncommon perspectives. We help creatives continually improve their careers and endeavors with in-depth interviews, round table discussions, and instructional lessons.
 
👀 Attention. The foundation of humanity and the reason we exist. We exist because we were attentive. From ape to homo sapiens, from morning 'til night and from Facebook adverts to Super Bowl ads. Everywhere around us there are millions of things fighting for our attention — all at once, mind you. In this podcast, Iacob Pastina and Ch Daniel explore what attention means, where, why and how people pay attention. Iacob is a moving image director, while Daniel runs an experiences design agency t ...
 
Join curators Ellen Lupton and Andrew Blauvelt for a lively presentation by select designers in Cooper-Hewitt’s innovative new exhibition "Graphic Design—Now in Production." Get an exclusive first look at the exhibition, which shows how the rise of user-generated content, alternative printing and distribution methods, and the availability of creative software have opened up new opportunities for design.
 
‘Graphic Wieners - A comic book podcast’ is a monthly comic book and graphic novel book club. We discuss some of the best - or worst, depending on the Wiener’s opinion - comic book and graphic novels throughout the art form. Expect deep feelings, candid opinions and sketchy knowledge (with the odd health update thrown in). Each issue will focus on one book but the conversation will spin off in many directions, including some of the latest news within the industry and movies. We ask you all t ...
 
Three decades long fans offer their views on "indie" comic books, which basically encompasses everything without a Marvel or DC logo. Join Diabolu Frank, Mister Joe Fixit and the Ill Mac "Illegal Machine" as they toss through titles from Image, Valiant, Dark Horse, First, Fantagraphics, IDW, Epic, Pacific, Slave Labor Graphics, Vertigo, Drawn & Quarterly, Avatar... basically everything in the shadow of the so-called "Big Two."
 
KingEz is a Songwriter, Writer, and Graphic artist who likes to talk while he's working about philosophy, theology, music and art... So he came up with the genius idea of putting a mic in front of his face, so people think his talking is not crazy.
 
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Comic book retailers give advice on buying the right gift -- from games to toys to books-- for your friends and family while supoorting local comics businesses. Hear their tips on the things that are far better to buy at a LCBS than anywhere else. "A great gift is a gift that a person won’t by for themselves. No one would buy a 100-sided die for th…
 
Don't confuse clients with rates that don't match your brand. I’d like you to imagine this scenario. There’s a neighbourhood in your city that you love. It has beautiful homes with big yards and lots of green space around. It’s close to amenities like schools and shopping. And the internet infrastructure is state of the art, which we know is a must…
 
As a designer in a fast-paced and demanding position, it can be tempting to let your mental health take a back seat during stressful periods. However, those are the moments when it becomes even more important to exercise proper discipline. Mike, Rubaie, Steven, and Narek discuss how stress and work affect their mental health, as well as their proce…
 
Meet Hannah J. Kuo. She is an aspiring young writer and has impressed us with her creativity and determination! While having published in the 8th grade, she is now a freshman at UC Berkeley and about to host her first book signing in San Jose, CA. Listen to where her latest published book, The Cloud Princess, originated, and you will be sure to kee…
 
The reason to use checklists. I first talked about checklists way back in episode 89 of Resourceful Designer. In it, I shared various types of checklists you can use for your business. I even shared my now outdated checklist for starting a new WordPress website. Today, I’m not going to share checklist ideas with you. Instead, I want to talk about t…
 
Doom Patrol Season 3 asks some big questions about the purpose art and the purpose of a time machine. Lux Alptraum is a writer and podcast host whose smart commentary has been featured in a wide variety of outlets including The New York Times, Cosmopolitan, and Hustler. She’s tackled the thorny topics of leaked celebrity sex tapes and public apolog…
 
Be wary of your reputation. Let me tell you a story. It is a story that has nothing to do with graphic or web design, but it is relevant to running a business, and I'll tie that into running a design business if you stick around to the end. We built our house in 2005. Or, more accurately, we had someone build our home in 2005. If you've ever built …
 
Dina Yoo, an elementary school teacher with over 23 years of experience, shares how she sets up Writing Workshop in her classroom. After surviving a year of teaching during a pandemic, she highlights some changes and challenges to teaching writing in a virtual classroom with young students. Check out her wisdom and advice for how you can improve yo…
 
Do you know how to give a good critique? One of my professors made us critique our classmates’ projects at the end of every college assignment. Once we completed a design project, he would place everyone’s design at the front of the class, and one by one, he would select students and ask them to critique one of the projects. The reason he did this …
 
The job market is hot right now, making this a perfect time to advance your career. Employers are struggling to find and hire great talent—and as a result, they are offering increasing pay, perks, and opportunities. In this episode, the gang reveals their best tips to increase your odds of landing that new job, helping you take advantage of the tig…
 
Are you getting enough activity? In episode 105 of the podcast Coping With Isolation When Working From Home, I discussed how isolation is a significant concern for anyone running a home-based design business. Spending day after day with minimal contact with other people can take its toll on someone. In that episode, I gave recommendations for overc…
 
Why should writing be taught as a workshop? Listen in on our conversation with River Brown, a retired teacher turned illustrator, writer and teacher consultant. She recalls the evolution of her writing instruction and the subsequent changes she witnessed in her student writers. To teach writing as a workshop, River explains the shift she had to mak…
 
“When [Jack Kirby] came back to Marvel he was making Kirby comics, he was not making Marvel comics. And we’re the richer for it” -Rand Hoppe, Jack Kirby Museum Jack Kirby’s 1977 comics series is a witty psychedelic saga about the Day of Judgement. Join Eternals experts for a look at Kirby's underrated series historical context. Plus hear which othe…
 
Which personality do you use most often? Let me ask you a question. Does being a designer, either graphic, web, UX, UI or whatever, qualify you to run your own design business? Some people may say yes. After all, are there any differences between designing something for an employer or an employer's clients and designing something for your own clien…
 
"Engaging with my demonic sea-monster tendencies has made me a lot healthier just as a dude" - Jude Doyle. I'm joined by award-winning journalist, opinon writer, comics fan--now horror comic author Jude Ellison S. Doyle to talk about his new series Maw. A provocative five-issue horror series by Doyle (Dead Blondes and Bad Mothers: Monstrosity, Patr…
 
Our first live ALIA Graphic webinar is the perfect introduction for librarians and educators wanting to know more about comics and graphic novels around the world and in Australia. Hosted by ALIA Graphic Convenor and Iurgi Urrutia (Kingston Libraries, Victoria), we’re pleased to announce three exciting speakers: Daniel Best is an Australian comics …
 
As a freelance designer, you will face peaks and valleys while running your business. I've said it before, and I'll repeat it. There's nothing better than working for yourself. From deciding who you want to work with to how much you want to charge for your work. Being your own boss is, well, liberating. As your own boss, you get to set your own hou…
 
It has been 15 exciting years since American Born Chinese hit the bookstores! And have you heard the news this week? Disney Plus greenlit American Born Chinese, a new action-comedy series based on Gene Luen Yang's graphic novel, American Born Chinese. If you haven't read American Born Chinese yet, or if you need a refresher, check out this podcast …
 
We've all been there before. A frantic call, late in the day, from a client in desperate need of a rush job. Don't panic, we've got you covered. NIck, Mikelle, and Jordan discuss some tactical maneuvers to help you navigate these rough seas! We go over setting better expectations upfront, avoiding knee-jerk reactions, and even "homework" you can gi…
 
In this month's creator chat we talk to storyteller and creator Charlotte Rose Hamlyn. Charlotte works mostly for television as a presenter and screenwriter. She was also the creator Opposite Land, a graphic novel published through Random House in 2017. We discuss her love of storytelling for kids, her love of comics and the new book she's working …
 
Welcome to Season 2 of the Graphic Campus Podcast! Join Theresa Yang and Rosa Lee in the Season 2 opening episode, as Gene Luen Yang discusses his latest work on Shang-Chi and his writing process to be inspired and stay on schedule. Catch why the three of them love Jacqueline Woodson and what to look forward to in the Young Authors Book Festival 20…
 
"We’re ALL ambassadors." - RafaelShimunov. Artist and organizer Rafael Shimunov’s family ofBukharian Jewishrefugees from Uzbekistan learned English by watching Star Trek. Raf’s read on Worf as a fellow Jew of color is eye opening. We talk all things Worf, but especially about his depiction as a Jewish person of color, directly within Star Trek’s co…
 
DC comics new Jewish teen girl superhero and activist is fighting to save a VERY Lower East Side Gotham neighborhood from gentrification. Of course I had to have the co-creator of this new character, Whistle, on my podcast-- New York Times Best Selling author E. Lockhart! Whistle: A New Gotham City Hero, is a young adult graphic novel from DC writt…
 
Earlier this week, a member of the Resourceful Designer Community was seeking advice. A potential client contacted her asking if she designs book covers, which she does. Before replying to this unknown person, she decided to investigate who they were. She discovered that this potential client is an author. And the subject they write about is someth…
 
In this episode we talk to Alyssa Bermudez who recently published Big Apple Diaries, a middle grade graphic novel that recounts the days when young Alyssa negotiated living in between her separated parents and all the usual middle school concerns, including a big crush on a boy. Then the 9/11 terrorist attacks happened changing everything. This com…
 
Maria Photinakis talks to me, Alice Jaggers, about making comics during COVID and after the death of her father and about parenting as a cartoonist. We discuss her works, Extraordinary Times volume 1 and Liminal State. The interview was originally recorded in February 2021. Since the recording, Maria has published COVID19 Vaccination Campaign comic…
 
We’re lucky that we chose a profession where confidence beats knowledge. Before I dive deeper into that, we first have to look at what confidence is. According to disctionary.com, Confidence is the belief in oneself and one's powers or abilities. Confidence is what’s center stage when you say, “I can do this.” Confidence is what’s driving you when …
 
If Corto Maltese is Cuba is Starro is the Embargo? Or is it Nicaragua and Project Starfish is the CIA drug smuggling? Join journalists / DC comics nerds Spencer Ackerman (Reign of Terror: How the 9/11 Era Destabilized America and Produced Trump) and Arturo Garcia (TruthOrFiction) as we talk about James Gunn's new uber violent political satire movie…
 
Tim Lapetino, stops by The Reflex Blue Show to discuss his upcoming book, Pac-Man: Birth of an Icon. And also, what a huge cultural phenomenon Pac-Man was / is. We also discuss how his interest in journalism and design has led to his current career in working in pop-culture, his previous book, Art of Atari, and some of his current work doing some a…
 
I’m happy to announce that this week is, in fact, the final part of my Psychology of Pricing series, where I share research-proven tactics to make the most out of the prices you display. If you haven’t listened to the previous parts in this series, I suggest you go back and do so before continuing with this one. I'll still be here once you’re done.…
 
A group of young Indigenous creators have banded together to create Stick Mob Studio and have recently published three graphic novels. We're very excited to talk to Declan Miller, Seraphina Newberry and Alyssa Mason about how the studio came to be and their three books now published by the Indigenous Literacy Foundation. You can find out more about…
 
This is week five of my Psychology of Pricing series. Where I share research-proven strategies to help the prices you display convert into sales. Some of these pricing tactics work great with your design business, and many of them are perfect for helping your clients get more sales. So if you haven’t read or listened to the previous parts in this s…
 
In this episode, the gang chats with designer Jason Craig, all about working autonomously in the design industry. It's a round-table discussion about working on your own as a solo entrepreneur. We compare notes on keeping the momentum going, initiating new business and endeavors, plus some fun questions we can all participate in. Jason specifically…
 
"Every woman we meet in this story has been sterilized without consent." - Moji Alawode-El "When they can make choices they choose compassion" - Kat Green Two professional feminists who are basically superheroes themselves join me to discuss Marvel's Black Widow movie. We talk espionage, fight choreo, reproductive justice and a good jumpsuit. Kat G…
 
This is week four of my psychology of pricing series. Where I share research-proven strategies to influence people to part with their hard-earned money, some of these pricing tactics work great with your design business, and many of them are perfect for helping your clients get more sales. If you haven’t listened to part 1, part 2 or part 3 of this…
 
Archie Boston stopped by The Reflex Blue Show to discuss what it was that brought him into a career in Graphic Design and Advertising in the 1960s. We also discuss his book, Fly In The Buttermilk: Memoirs of an African American in Advertising, Design & Design Education, and how and why to self-publish a memoir about design. Archie is one of the 202…
 
In this month's creator chat we talk to Mirranda Burton. Ten years after her debut graphic novel Hidden, Mirranda returns with Underground an excellent graphic novel that explores the Vietnam War and the conscription protests in Australia. To find out more about Mirranda Burton check out her blog: https://mirrandaburton.blogspot.com If you like wha…
 
This is week three of my psychology of pricing series. Where I share research-proven strategies to influence people to part with their hard-earned money. Some of these pricing tactics work great with your design business, and many of them are perfect for helping your clients get more sales. If you haven’t listened to part 1 and part 2, I suggest yo…
 
We love Keiko and Miles so much that we're sending them to fictional couples counseling. Joining us is Scott Thorough, a lifelong Trekkie with a Masters in Social Work. Scott did his internships for social work school with narrative focus. He's the perfect guest to join us to determine if the O'Briens' marriage can or should be saved. Scott is also…
 
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