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.
Twenty Thousand Hertz
A lovingly crafted podcast that reveals the stories behind the world's most recognizable and interesting sounds.
Creative Pep Talk
Andy J. Pizza
Inspiring Stories & Actionable Strategies. A Weekly Podcast Companion for Your Creative Journey.
Business of Home Podcast
Business of Home, Dennis Scully
Business of Home's host Dennis Scully interviews thought leaders, entrepreneurs, and creatives about the changes and challenges facing the interior design community.
Design Matters with Debbie Millman
Design Matters Media
Design Matters with Debbie Millman is one of the world’s very first podcasts. Broadcasting independently for over 15 years, the show is about how incredibly creative people design the arc of their lives.
The Expert Podcast
The Expert Podcast
At The Expert, we set out to give you one-on-one access to the design industry’s biggest talent. And now, we’re pulling back the curtain. Welcome to The Expert Podcast, hosted by interior designer and co-founder Jake Arnold. In each episode, we’ll be spotlighting designers, editors, and founders behind some of the most exciting interiors and brands, and unpacking all things design, from hunting down the best vintage pieces to avoiding costly mistakes and creating a home that feels comfortable and timeless. You’re going to want to take notes…
Dear Alice | Interior Design
Dear Alice is an Interior Design podcast brought to you by Jessica Bennett and Suzanne Hall, the spunky geniuses behind Alice Lane Interior Design. These two ladies break down the highest end of the design and interior fashion world through their beautiful lifestyle approach with a heaping dose of wit and taste.
How to Decorate
We want to teach you how to decorate! We'll help you unleash your inner decorator with interviews from interior designers, sharing the trials and triumphs from our own homes, and answering your burning decorating questions. Brought to you from the Ballard Designs team.
The Professional Creative
Well hello there! It’s Bonnie Christine and for the past 13 years I have been consistently switching hats between artist, entrepreneur, educator and leader which leads to me where I am today. I am so excited to start sharing it with you in this podcast that I've had on my heart for years! Starting November 15th you can count on hearing from me twice a week - once on Tuesday for a shorty business breakthrough episode where I’ll share with you a simple mindset shift, habit or breakthrough that you can implement in your own life right away. Then again on Thursday for an episode where we’ll take a deeper dive into a strategy that I’ve used in my own creative business or perhaps I’ll take you behind the scenes to look at what we’re doing right now. Long gone are the days where creatives struggled to make a living. The truth is that today we have everything we need at our fingertips to Flourish - and that’s what this podcast is all about. I’m sharing with you the simple steps that I’ve used to build my business that gives so much - and how you can build yours, as well. Together, we can do this. I cannot wait to share all that we have in store for you, every week, twice a week, right here on the Professional Creative Podcast.
Nice Try's second season, Interior, is all about the lifestyle products that have been sold to us over and over, and the promises of domestic self improvement they have made, kept and broken. From Curbed, New York Magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
The Curiosity Department, LLC
Design Better co-hosts Eli Woolery and Aarron Walter explore the intersection of design, technology, and the creative process through conversations with inspiring guests across many creative fields. Whether you’re design curious or a design pro, Design Better is guaranteed to inspire and inform. Episodes are released semi-weekly. Vanity Fair calls Design Better, “sharp, to the point, and full of incredibly valuable information for anyone looking to better understand how to build a more innovative world.”
The Chairish Podcast
Hosted by beloved design-insider Michael Boodro, The Chairish Podcast looks behind the glamour of the interior design industry at a time when all aspects of the business, from sourcing to marketing to client communication to underlying business models are undergoing rapid disruption. Drawing on experience and insights from today’s top practitioners, including leading designers, architects and manufacturers, this podcast is an essential tool for interior design professionals. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Talk Shop with Ariel Okin: A Fenimore Lane Production
Delve into the personal worlds of the top interior designers & tastemakers around the globe – interviewed by Ariel Okin, House Beautiful Next Wave Designer, Founder of Fenimore Lane, and Contributing Writer to Vogue, Architectural Digest, & Coveteur. These insightful conversations range from a designer’s favorite resources when sourcing for clients, to how creatives, shopkeepers, and artisans built their businesses, and more. Tune in each Wednesday as Ariel welcomes a new guest to discuss their career journey, design inspirations and even share a little advice for fellow design enthusiasts!
Haptic & Hue
Haptic & Hue's Tales of Textiles explores the way in which cloth speaks to us and the impact it has on our lives. It looks at how fabric traditions have grown up and the innovations that underpin its creation. It thinks about the skills that go into constructing it and what it means to the people who use it. It looks at the different light textiles cast on the story of humanity.
In the Making
Wireframe is now In The Making. From social media influencers to small local businesses, people everywhere are harnessing the power of creative tools to design not just brands and content, but also deeply satisfying careers. In the Making explores the practical challenges and surprising rewards of working in this new creator economy. Join Adobe’s Teresa Au for conversations with content creators, solopreneurs, and industry experts who offer inspiration and insight for combining creativity, community, and business.
The Great Indoors
Sophie Robinson and Kate Watson-Smyth: Interior Design Experts
The Great indoors is a celebration of all things interiors and everything you need to know about making your house a home. In each episode, TV presenter and designer Sophie Robinson and best-selling author and journalist Kate Watson-Smyth will discuss, debate and guide you through the top trends and hottest topics from the home front. So pull up a chair…
Future of UX | Your Design, Tech and User Experience Podcast | AI Design
Welcome to „The Future of UX“ - the podcast about the future of UX Design, where we explore how emerging technologies like AI, AR, VR, and the metaverse will impact user experience design. Join Patricia Reiners as they sit down with experts and thought leaders from the world of tech and design to discuss the latest trends, insights, and best practices in the field of UX. From the ethics of AI to the future of user interfaces, we'll dive deep into the topics that matter most to UX designers, developers, and entrepreneurs. Whether you're just starting out Hear you in the future!
The Grand Tourist with Dan Rubinstein
Design journalist Dan Rubinstein introduces listeners to the leading tastemakers of the creative world, from master chefs to experimental architects. Join Dan on a virtual journey through the worlds of fashion, interior design, art, food, and travel—all the elements of a well-lived life. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
All Things Thor!
Tom Thordarson aka “THOR” & Kurt Schneider
The many adventures of Tom ”THOR” Thordarson!
Damn Good Interior Design
Cheryl Kees Clendenon and Liz Lapan
Join Cheryl Kees Clendenon and Liz Lapan, the dynamic duo behind the visionary and integrator balancing all the moving parts of a full service interior design firm in their no-nonsense and thought-provoking podcast, the Damn Good Designer. Each episode is full of damn good truths and real talk as they share invaluable insights on how to run and build a successful business while challenging the norms, the industry, each other and YOU. Emphasizing a business-savvy approach, Cheryl and Liz take you on a roller coaster of discovery, considering success from a different lens, breaking free from groupthink, and encouraging you to embrace your own authentic designer self. There is not much they will not say “out loud”. In this podcast, you'll find no room for conformity as they shatter the mold of one-size-fits-all business practices. Cherishing a "bad girl" reputation, Cheryl's fearless attitude showcases a refusal to follow the conventional wisdom, ask “why” repeatedly and reject what no longer makes sense in today’s world. If you're seeking a dose of inspiration, a splash of unconventional wisdom, and a refreshing perspective on the entrepreneurial world, the Damn Good Designer is your go-to podcast. Tune in and let Cheryl and Liz, along with their expert guests in the fields of designers, architects, landscapers, and other creative professionals, guide you toward building a remarkable business that defies norms and sets you on a path to unparalleled success."Get ready to challenge the ordinary and embrace the extraordinary! About the hosts: Cheryl Kees Clendenon- 2021 KBB Person of the year 2022 Design Studio winner Dallas Arts Awards 2021 Changemaker Design Hounds 200 or so years ago a child came roaring into the world feet first ready to show up and argue a cause. Just because. Her mother still maintains the story is- she was screaming-“why”- from the minute she landed wrong side up and slapped the doctor for disturbing her afternoon nap And to this day does not give “it” a rest except when she is sleeping. Which is where you will find her only between the hours of 2am and 7:30am. A belligerent non-smoker (in case you were wondering) and a frequent challenger of anything that resembles “normal” or desired by the masses, Cheryl is a natural born contrarian who talks faster than 2x speed on a podcast She gravitates towards wanting to help clients and designers who are the square pegs in a world of round holes, lose earrings impossibly frequently, fall off of platform shoes and are unapologetically saucy. Relaxing is not in the skill set. Life begins and ends with family. Her sacred words are: Why, Percipient, Whizbang and Profit. But please do not say the words: Package, Blocks, Red Flag, Overwhelm or Picked. Hives break out and it gets ugly. Liz Lapan VP of Everything, Interior Designer, Work Wife, Team Cook, Unicorns People ask, when did you KNOW you had found your ideal work wife- Cheryl will reply ” When she drew me 8 different cacti on her 3rd day because I said -find me a damn cactus” The woman who has never been through an airport without being extended an invitation to stop and play show and tell with the contents of her backpack, can single handedly plow snow with a rake and rescue her boss in a snowstorm in Arizona.–yes, I said Arizona–after sleeping all night in a tuna can of a rental car. An accomplished designer in her own right with an amazing sense of color and pattern, Liz can wear the designer hat in the morning, the project manager hat at noon and return to the office being the ultimate manager of all the things. Client’s love her, Subs respect her and the team adores the woman who gets “it” done-whatever “it” may be. RESOURCES: www.damngooddesigner.com https://www.theinteriordesignparadigm.com/
Threads Magazine Podcast: "Sewing With Threads"
The podcast for people who love to sew – from the people who love to write about sewing! Brought to you by the editors of Threads magazine, this insightful podcast takes on topics important to sewing enthusiasts. Listen in for humor, wisdom, and opinions from expert guests and the Threads staff as they discuss sewing techniques, fashion design, fitting conundrums, and more. Use your ears to become a better sewer! Hear the talent behind the world’s top garment-sewing magazine.
The John Clay Wolfe Show
John Clay Wolfe
The John Clay Wolfe Show powered by GiveMeTheVIN.com. Every week we talk about cars, sports, sex, drugs and rock & roll.... just about anything as long as it won’t get us fined by the FCC. Also you can listen to the full library of older shows on PodBean by searching ”The John Clay Wolfe Show+”.
UI Breakfast: UI/UX Design and Product Strategy
Join us for exciting conversations about UI/UX design, SaaS products, marketing, and so much more. My awesome guests are industry experts who share actionable knowledge — so that you can apply it in your business today.
The Game Design Round Table
Dirk Knemeyer & David V. Heron
Covering the full breadth of digital, tabletop, and role playing games, The Game Design Round Table inspires and educates aspiring and experienced game designers.
6 Figure Creative
6 Figure Creative is a podcast that helps freelance creatives earn more money by doing what they love. If you’re trying to avoid the never-ending grind of a 9–5, or just want to earn more money doing what you do best (creating), 6 Figure Creative is your new favorite show! Join host Brian Hood and his guests as they explore topics such as mental health, finances, sales, marketing, time management, the digital nomad lifestyle, and more.
The World's Best Construction Podcast
Join Fred Mills, Liam Marsh, and Luke Bligh as they discuss news and trends from the construction, engineering and architecture industries in a relaxed atmosphere. Grab a coffee or cuppa tea and enjoy The World's Best Construction Podcast by The B1M Email us! Podcast@TheB1M.com http://www.TheB1M.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
School of Motion Podcast
School of Motion: Design & Animation Training for MoGraph Artists
The #1 podcast for designers who animate, animators who design, and anyone who is 3D-curious. We interview Designers, Animators, 3D Artists, Producers, Studio Owners and other folks related to motion design and creativity. We get deep into the geeky world of Adobe After Effects, Cinema 4D, Photoshop and Illustrator. We talk about the business and art of Motion Design. Dig in.
Botanical Brouhaha Podcast
Do you own a flower business or dream of starting one? Are you looking for practical floral design tips? Ever wonder how other florists run their businesses? Or maybe you’re a farmer florist building a flower farm and floral design business at the same time? You’ve landed in the right place! At the BB Podcast, we serve floral designers, farmer florists, flower shop owners, and aspiring florists by diving into practical tips and insider information from real working florists, floral educators, flower growers, and floral industry vendors to help you find the tools you need to start, run, and grow your flower business. We like to mix it up! Do you prefer hearing real-life stories or diving into specific flower business topics? Either way, we’ve got you covered. Listen to our storytelling episodes featuring floral professionals sharing the details of starting and running their flower businesses. So many stories just waiting for you to dig in and learn from those who are doing what you want to do! Browse our topic-specific interviews where you can expect everything from conversations on marketing, staffing, and floral software to pain points like finding your mojo or listening to your intuition in business. Amy McGee, Botanical Brouhaha founder, brings years of relationship building with floral designers, farmer florists, and floral professionals to the table and invites you to pull up a chair for the conversations where you’ll learn and be inspired by the nitty gritty transparency of the questions she asks. The BB Podcast is co-hosted by Natalie Gill, owner of Native Poppy.
JERZ / پادکست معماری جرز
گفتگویی دوستانه با مهمانان راجع به معماری و مسائل پیرامونش با میزبانی محمدرضا کهزادی و آرش اسعدی نسخه ویدئویی پادکست ها در یوتیوب https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpjXczV4qnGINzdK-sFzXGw
Business of Home, Kaitlin Petersen
Business of Home's editor in chief Kaitlin Petersen talks to interior designers about nurturing creativity, finding a firm’s financial footing, setting goals and discovering their own version of success as a result.
Theory of Architecture
Theory of Architecture is a series of in-depth conversations with architects and academics about architecture and the theories and philosophies behind it.
Proof to Product
Ranked in the top 1% of ALL podcasts, the Proof to Product podcast is your trusted resource for sustainable business growth - especially if you make and sell physical products! Join Katie Hunt, each week as she shares strategies & solutions to enhance your sales & marketing so that you’re building a business that supports your best life. If you’ve ever asked yourself can I make money selling physical products? Am I ready to sell my products wholesale to stores like Target, Anthropologie, Nordstrom or Barnes & Noble? When should I consider hiring a sales team or sales reps? Can I really turn my passion into profits? Whether you’re a just starting out on your business journey or you’ve been at it a while growing an empire, this show is for you. Proof to Product is like on-demand business school for product sellers spanning a wide range of industries. Whether you’re in home decor, apparel, beauty, food & beverage, hand-made items, jewelry, consumer gifts or the stationery world, you’ll gather new ideas each week to help you grow your profit, build your team and lead with integrity. Host Katie Hunt and her guests bring you actionable ways to expand your product line, manufacturing overseas, optimize your e-commrce websites on Shopify, Faire, Etsy, Abound, Tundra, Squarespace or in brick & mortar locations. How to start or scale wholesale sales including pitching stores, wholesale outreach, trade show exhibition, working with sales reps, managing inventory, warehousing product, sales systems, wholesale follow-up strategies and working with key accounts. Marketing strategies for small businesses including content creation, leveraging tik tok and instagram tactics without feeling burned out, why you can’t rely solely on social media for sales and why email marketing systems on platforms like Klaviyo, Flodesk and Active Campaign are so powerful. Listen in as Katie and our guest experts help you strategize and tackle your biggest business goals. Host Katie Hunt brings a unique perspective to entrepreneurship. Since 2011, she’s helped thousands of product brands get their products on the shelves of their favorite retail stores through her Paper Camp program (www.prooftoproduct.com/papercamp). Prior to that she worked in the corporate world for over a decade leading business development and marketing teams. She has two MBAs - one in finance and one in marketing. And, she owned & operated her own product based business for over 8 years, selling her products to stores throughout the world from her garage. Katie knows the struggles you face as a product based business and she’s here to pull back the curtain and share her best kept secrets so that you don’t have to learn things the hard way. Find our free trainings & resources for product based business owners at www.prooftoproduct.com/resources
The Good Ship Illustration
The Good Ship Illustration
We’re here to offer no-nonsense advice for illustrators and image-makers navigating a creative career. At The Good Ship Illustration, we are all about finding your creative voice, standing out from the crowd, building career-longevity, and being yourself. We are Helen Stephens, Katie Chappell and Tania Willis - 3 full-time bread winning (mmm, bread) illustrators working in 3 separate niches of the illustration industry. Between us we've clocked up over 60 years of experience and illustration wisdom, and we're here to share it!You’d love your creative work if only you could find more time to do it, make more money, and feel confident with what you make. We believe you DO have what it takes, illustration needn’t be scary, and we’re with you all the way, along with the rest of the crew in our online community.
Alice Rawsthorn and Paola Antonelli
Welcome to Design Emergency, where the design curator Paola Antonelli and design critic Alice Rawsthorn will introduce you to the inspiring and ingenious designers whose success in tackling major challenges – from the climate emergency and refugee crisis, to ensuring that new technologies affect us positively, not negatively – gives us hope for the future. Follow our Instagram @design.emergency to see images of all the design projects described in each episode. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Paint & Pipette: The Art & Science of Innovation
Stanford Adjunct Professor Jeremy Utley explores the counter-intuitive tactics that world-class innovators and entrepreneurs employ to break through. He's learned that while innovation is part art (paint) – it's also part science (pipette) – and treats the subject with both the rigor and the wonder that it deserves. Season 1 shined a spotlight on female founders; season 2 celebrated black creators; Season 3 guests include WIRED co-founder Kevin Kelly, Harvard Business School Professor Linda Hill, CEO of Google X Astro Teller, start-up coach Liz Tran, Waze founder Uri Levine, Seth Godin, journalist Jennifer Wallace, Pixar co-founder Ed Catmull, and more.
The Tillage Podcast
The Tillage Podcast is all about cultivating clarity for the creative entrepreneur. There are lots of "ups and downs" on the journey and sometimes it can feel like you are all alone. Join host, Shirlee Fisher, as she makes space to talk about the ups and downs of the creative journey. Hear from other artists as they share parts of their story where they overcame limiting beliefs and Shirlee Fisher as she shares how to more experience growth and mindset shifts in your creative business.
Build Your House Yourself University
Wish you knew more about the biggest investment you will most likely ever make? Build Your House Yourself University (byhyu) will teach you to save money and make smart decisions about the construction of the place you and your family will call HOME. We will help you understand residential construction— simplify and demystify the design build process. You’ll come away with successful strategies for building your own house, with or without a general contractor. Become an educated consumer, even if you prefer to buy, rather than build a new house. Complex construction jargon and best practices will be explained in easy to understand terms. It’s not the typical DIY (do it yourself) show. You will learn how to MANAGE the labor, not DO the labor for your new house. Join me, Michelle Nelson, host and fellow informal residential construction student. I’ll share the research I find on home design and building as I prepare to build my home. Together, our community of future home builders, will learn the tips, tricks and trends of experienced contractors and industry experts. I’ll interview owner-builders and construction professionals. During our mini lessons, I’ll inform you about framing, flooring, windows, insulation, kitchen cabinets and countertops…almost anything having to do with new construction homes. You’ll hear about energy efficiency and green building too. There will be product reviews in which you will be introduced to cutting edge, as well as, tried and true products and services. And in keeping with the university theme, episodes will end with short, fun quizzes. If we do our due diligence BEFORE we start construction, we will actually start construction with the most difficult part of the project behind us. Let’s put in the time, effort, preparation and research BEFORE we break ground and building our homes will be much easier and more enjoyable.
Monocle on Design
Everything you need to know about the world of design, from furniture to fashion and craft to architecture. Expect fresh stories, new finds and designers and all the latest news from the world’s most exciting studios.
Young House Love Has A Podcast
Sherry & John Petersik
Deep (and not-so-deep) conversations about home improvement, design, and life at home. Tune in for weekly episodes filled with casual decorating advice, DIY stories, interviews with experts, and a smattering of tips and ideas that can help you simplify, organize, and update your home. Sherry and John Petersik are the married duo who began chronicling their home improvement adventures in 2007 on the blog Young House Love, which spawned two New York Times best-selling books, as well as product lines sold by Target and Home Depot. And, well, now they have a podcast.
On Design with Justyna Green
On Design brings you insightful conversations with design's most inspiring figures - from designers to artists, creative directors to entrepreneurs and everybody in between. If you want to know what inspires them, how they work and how they see the world, this is the podcast for you.
The Creative Boom Podcast
Join host Katy Cowan as she enjoys candid conversations with creatives to uncover the secrets to success, and all the practical advice, funny stories and honest wisdom that will help you build a booming creative career.
The Second Studio Design and Architecture Show
David Lee and Marina Bourderonnet
The Second Studio is an explicit podcast about design, architecture, and the everyday. Hosted by Architects David Lee and Marina Bourderonnet, the show covers a wide array of subjects with humor and honesty and features a variety of creative professionals in unscripted and more personal conversations.
Psychologie of Home
Welcome to "Psychologie of Home ," the only show that will make you laugh, think and occasionally cry, while bridging the intersection of life and home. Because, after all, home matters. Hosted by Kami Gray, an experienced interior designer with over 12 years of expertise from Portland, Oregon, this podcast takes you on a captivating journey through the world of interior design.Kami, the owner of Psychologie of Home Design School and Kami Gray Interiors, brings her wealth of knowledge and passion for design to every episode. Through engaging interview-style conversations with design school students and homeowners, she delves into various design-related topics, offering insights, tips, and inspiration to listeners.But this show is more than just about aesthetics. It's about the emotional connection between people and their homes. Kami believes that our living spaces play a significant role in our lives, impacting our well-being, happiness, and memories. That's why she aims to bridge the gap between design and personal experiences, creating a podcast that is both informative and emotionally resonant.In each episode, Kami and her guests explore the latest design trends, practical tips for creating beautiful and functional spaces, effective space planning, color schemes, furniture selection, lighting techniques, and more. They also dive into the emotional aspects of design, discussing how our homes reflect our personalities, values, and aspirations.But it doesn't stop there. Psychologie of Home is interactive and engaging. Kami takes design questions from her guests, offering personalized advice and solutions to design dilemmas. Whether you're a design student seeking insights from industry professionals or a homeowner looking for inspiration for your next project, this podcast has got you covered.So, join Kami Gray on "Psychologie of Home" as she combines humor and heartfelt conversations, making you laugh and occasionally cry. Together, let's explore the fascinating world of interior design, where the intersection of life and home creates spaces that truly matter.Follow Kami Gray over on Instagram :https://www.instagram.com/psychologieofhome/Subscribe to Psychologie of Home YouTube :https://youtube.com/@PsychologieofHome
The Ins & Outs
Jojo Barr, Pollyanna Wilkinson
This is the Ins & Outs Podcast, presented by interior design expert Jojo Barr of House Nine Design and garden and landscape design guru Pollyanna Wilkinson of Pollyanna Wilkinson Garden Design. Produced by podcasting legend Andy Rowe from Pod Rowe Productions. With 23 years of combined experience, Jojo & Polly are the only podcast you need to listen to if you are interested in interiors or exteriors (The Ins & Outs). We're going to be answering your questions and teaching you all kinds of tips from what kind of paints to use inside, to what you should be planting outside. Instagram Jojo - @houseninedesign Polly - @pollyanna_wilkinson Websites Jojo - https://www.housenine.co.uk/ Polly - https://www.pollyannawilkinson.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Life of an Architect
Bob Borson and Andrew Hawkins
A gifted storyteller communicating the role and value of architecture to a new audience, host Bob Borson uses the experiences acquired over a 25-year career to inform his podcast. A small firm owner, architect, and college design instructor, co-host Andrew Hawkins brings his insight from his 20 years in various roles within the profession. It responds to the public curiosity and common misunderstanding about what architects do and how it is relevant to people’s lives, engaging a wide demographic of people in a meaningful way without requiring an understanding of the jargon or knowledge of the history of the profession. With a creative mix of humor and practicality, Borson’s stories are informative, engaging, and approachable, using first-person narratives and anecdotes that have introduced transparency into what it really means to be a practicing architect. To learn more about Bob, Andrew, and what life is like as an architect, please visit Lifeofanarchitect.com
The Fine Print
The Fine Print
The Fine Print is an email newsletter reporting on the New York media community, published by Gabriel Snyder and reported by Andrew Fedorov. This is our podcast, where we read an issue of a vintage magazine with a modern editor. If you know something we should know, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
So, How Do You… The Interiors Podcast
The world of interiors and renovations can be overwhelming, costly and time-consuming. Whether you want to do up your rental or you're renovating - it’s hard to know where to start! Well, stress no more because interiors obsessive, Laura Jackson, is here to help. In each episode, Laura explores a new topic with interior designers, tradespeople and good old DIYers to gather the insider secrets that will help you to make your dream home a reality, no matter your budget. For more tips and tricks follow @sohowdoyou.podcast.
Make and Design with Carina Gardner
Carina Gardner unravels the everyday joys and dilemmas of design, making, and business. This inside scoop into fabric design, paper design, die cut design, and crafting will help bring more creativity and joy in your life. Carina Gardner has a Ph.D. in Design and was the Creative Director of Cartabella Paper Co. and MiniLou. She has designed everything from dishware to bracelets under her brand. She currently designs fabric and die cutting files while teaching other designers how to create meaningful design work while making a residual income online.
Practice Disrupted with Evelyn Lee and Je'Nen Chastain
Evelyn Lee and Je'Nen Chastain
The evolution of architectural practice has been relatively slow towards change, yet modern shifts in business and design management have prompted today’s leading architects to rethink how they work. On Practice Disrupted, Evelyn Lee, an architect, design strategist, and Senior Experience Designer at Slack, and architecture business strategy consultant, Je’Nen Chastain, set out to illuminate the future of the profession to help architects remain relevant and valuable in a changing world. They will explore how technology, cultural shifts, and emerging best practices are prompting firm owners to assess their business models and make adjustments in their studios. Each episode features an industry leader, and together our hosts will explore the new frontier of architectural practice.
JUST Branding - by Jacob Cass & Matt Davies
The JUST Branding Podcast, hosted by Jacob Cass & Matt Davies, is the only podcast dedicated to helping designers & entrepreneurs grow brands. Each episode goes deep into the details of the brand building process, with professional insights, actionable tips and resources to help you build better brands. The focus is on helping designers & entrepreneurs bridge the gap between strategy and design. Branding professionals from around the world join Jacob & Matt in discussing the benefits of brand strategy, top tools, how to sell strategy, brand purpose, brand positioning, neuroscience, brand personality, messaging, storytelling, brand naming, tag lines, logo design, brand identity design and brand experience. ABOUT JACOB CASS Jacob Cass is a Sydney-based designer & strategist who runs JUST Creative, an award-winning branding & design firm that doubles as an industry leading blog. Jacob helps brands grow & get results by crafting distinctive logos & brand identities that are backed by a solid brand strategy. He recently rebranded San Francisco and Puerto Rico, and also branded New York's Digital District. Other clients have included the likes of Disney, Nintendo and Jerry Seinfeld. Jacob has spoken at TEDx, been featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur and has been awarded LinkedIn’s “Best of” for branding. For him, design is a lifelong journey of continuously honing his craft, as well as educating other fellow designers & business owners to build on theirs, which has allowed him to build a large and loyal following, including his website which has been been viewed over 50 million times. Jacob is an avid traveler and has traveled to 87 countries. ABOUT MATT DAVIES Matt is a brand strategy specialist working with leaders to align around their brand and get it ready to connect deeply with those inside and outside of their organisations. His work enables you to grow your business faster and easier. Matt solves a variety of brand challenges, from strategy and positioning to naming and identity right through to company culture and product innovation.
Thoughts on Illustration
Thoughts on Illustration is a bi-weekly podcast about Showing Up and Growing Up as a commercial artist. Join award-winning illustrator and top teacher, Mr. Tom Froese, as he shares valuable tips, insights, and reflections from his own experience as an illustrator. Tom wants to encourage his fellow creatives and help them get further on by sharing in a transparent, accessible way. If you are passionate about unlocking professional and personal creative fulfillment, you are invited to follow along as Tom does the same!
Out of Architecture
The experiences that isolate us in our working world are also the stories that can unite our community and allow us to heal and move forward. In this series, we dive deeper into the core issues that plague the design profession, and evaluate how they result in everyday conflict, discomfort, and workplace turmoil. Redlines seeks to bring a voice to these stories, those privately endured in a school or workplace but clouded by shame, self-doubt, and questioning of one's professional choices. With each episode, we will ask a member of our community to share their story anonymously, offer advice and guidance, and discuss ways to move forward. This podcast is brought to you by Out of Architecture, a career resource network for designers and architects looking to find creatively fulfilling roles and develop a better relationship to work.
The Quickie - Interviews for Graphic Designers
Print Design Academy
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-ish. 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 quickie?! Go on, get in there.
Imprint with Natalie Walton
Imprint with Natalie Walton focuses on how to create a home and life you love. Featuring interviews and insights with inspiring creatives, entrepreneurs and experts from around the world. Imprint explores life lessons that can have a big impact on both your well-being and the world. And simplifies the decision-making process to help you design a life doing what you love. Learn more at nataliewalton.com
Detailed: An original podcast by ARCAT
ARCAT // Gābl Media
Along the process of design and construction, incredible stories of conflict and triumph emerge in pursuit of the broad vision for a building. Detailed is a series that features architects, engineers, builders, and manufacturers who share their insight and expertise as they highlight some of the most complex, interesting, and oddest building conditions that they have encountered, and the ingenuity it took to solve them. Join host, Cherise Lakeside, aka CSI Kraken, a Senior Specification Writer at RDH Building Science, as she uncovers lessons learned to help you navigate similar challenges that may arise in your next project.
This Is A Prototype
We are in the midst of an unprecedented time in the history of the design profession. Businesses are investing in design at rates never before seen—building scaled design teams of hundreds and even thousands of designers, and hiring design leaders into executive roles giving them influence and access at the highest levels. As an executive design leader myself, I’m fascinated by the experience of designers moving into these new leadership roles. For most of us this is completely uncharted territory, the jobs are often undefined and there is rarely a roadmap or playbook to help us succeed, so most of us have had to learn on the job. In each episode of This is a Prototype, I invite two design leaders who have traveled very different life and career journeys to share their stories, compare notes, and talk about what it takes to be a leader in this new era of design.
He Shoots, He Draws Podcast
Alan Hess, Dave Clayton, Glyn Dewis
He Shoots, He Draws Podcast, the podcast about creativity, photography, graphic design, business and life! Hosted by Dave Clayton and guest host Alan Hess, the show gives you a weekly look at the world of all the above. Two friends, a graphic designer and a photographer combined their knowledge and experience to create interesting topics and conversations for this podcast. So, grab a cuppa and join us as we chat about the things we admire, people that inspire and more. Straight, honest talk among friends with a bit of education and the occasional guest for good measure! Join us over on social media @heshootshedraws or at https://heshootshedraws.com
CRAFTED is the podcast from BLISTER that dives deep into the craft world of beer, coffee, whiskey, watches, wine, and more. Our guests are some of the very best and most passionate brewers, distillers, winemakers, coffee producers, retailers, and founders that launched craft companies when success was unlikely, but their passion and principles caused them to forge ahead anyway. CRAFTED explores how things get made, and does so with the remarkable people that insist on making things well. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Interior Design with Kandrac and Kole
Kandrac & Kole Interior Design
A lively conversation about the latest interior design trends, travels to industry events, current design projects (the good, the bad and the ugly), do’s and don’ts, product recommendations and more. Just a warning - this is going to be fun and not too serious! After all, they do still have an interior design business running at full speed. Hosted by Joann Kandrac and Kelly Kole, two nationally published Atlanta Interior Designers with a wealth of information to share and stories to tell about their business, Kandrac and Kole and the interior design world.
Gensler Design Exchange
The Gensler Design Exchange creates a dialogue between design experts, creative trendsetters, and thought leaders to discuss how we shape the future of cities.
Print Is Dead (Long Live Print!)
A podcast about magazines and the people who made (and make) them.
AIGA Design Podcast
AIGA, the professional association for design
The official podcast feed of AIGA, the oldest and largest professional association for design in the United States We explore various facets of the design discipline, profession, and industry to help our listeners learn about the past and present and prepare for the future.
Design System Office Hours
Davy Fung + PJ Onori
Davy and PJ, design system practitioners talk about design-led product ownership, scaling and adoption, community and engagement, design system team models, and much more.
Future of the American City
Office for Urbanization
An initiative of the Harvard Graduate School of Design that presents alternative futures and convenes conversations about how we live, where we live. Supported by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and generous donors to the American Cities Fund. Future of the American City is curated by the Office for Urbanization.
Domino editors host this weekly podcast, which spotlights creative strategies for making your home (and every day) feel more special, personal, and fun—from insider tricks on how to tackle your next renovation project to easy updates that instantly refresh a space—through candid conversations with Domino’s editors and community of experts.
The Profitable Designer Show
The Profitable Designer Show is a podcast that helps designers, creatives and entrepreneurs build profitable businesses. Hosted by Patrick O'Connell, a seasoned designer and entrepreneur, this show covers everything from sales and marketing to mindset and personal development. Each episode is packed with practical tips and strategies to help you grow your business and achieve your goals. Subscribe now and join Patrick on this journey to build a profitable and successful design business!
EntreArchitect Podcast with Mark R. LePage
EntreArchitect // Gābl Media
Architect Mark R. LePage explores the business of architecture, firm leadership and the everyday life of an architect. From Gābl Media, EntreArchitect Podcast features weekly interviews with inspiring, passionate people who share their knowledge and expertise... all to help you build a better business as a small firm entrepreneur architect. Proven business strategies for architects, including financial management, profit, marketing, sales, productivity, and planning.
Okay, Team! A Young Designer's Guide.
Mark Cela, Kristen Pericleous, Dan Lawson
Graphic Designers Mark Cela, Kristen Pericleous, and Dan Lawson discuss topics relevant to young Graphic Design students and professionals.
Committed to Create
Are you ready to create more of what you love with your hands and in your life? Join Lisa Funk for weekly conversations about the power of mindfulness and creativity. Whether you are looking to improve your mental health or just take your joy to the next level, you're in the right place. We're going to talk about creating, mindset work, faith, family life and more. Can't wait for you to join us!
The Crazy One
The Crazy One helps you find new insights and breakthroughs in your career, creativity, and leadership. In every episode, Stephen Gates gives you honest and actionable insights taken from his experience leading global in-house and agency creative teams, building multiple Fortune 100 brands, and working as InVision’s Chief Design Evangelist coaching and working with companies ranging from small start-ups to some of the world's biggest and innovative companies. Recognized with 2020 Webby Awards Honoree for Best Technology podcast, Inside Design’s #1 favorite design podcast, How Design Live #1 design leadership podcast, Springboard’s #1 must-listen UX design podcast and more.
OPX & Visuelle
Welcome to ‘Create Great’. This podcast series features conversations with creative people from different backgrounds, from different disciplines and different schools of thought. This podcast is hosted by David Bennett, Creative Director at OPX.studio and Curator of the online showcase, Visuelle. The best creatives will always strive to create something great, and we delve into how they go about this, what it means to them, their clients and what it means for our wider society too. This is a chance to explore what drives these talented individuals (and their studios) to create great.
Clever is a window into the humanity behind the design of the world around us. In each episode, designer Amy Devers has candid and revealing conversations with the visionaries, culture-makers, and creative forces who shape our world and inform our society. Through raw candor and honest shop-talk, Clever peels back the layers to unearth the gritty, authentic and sometimes surprising details of their creative paths. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Graphic Design Is Fun.
Conversations with people who love graphic design. Dan Alan is a graphic designer living in Toronto, Canada.
The It's Nice That Podcast
It's Nice That
This is the show where we talk to leading designers, illustrators, creative directors and photographers around the world about the delights – and dramas – of being a creative. We want to scrub away the Instagram gloss and hear the honest truth from people who have built careers out of their creativity. How do they come up with their best ideas? What’s the secret to staying inspired? And what can we do when our creativity seems to abandon us?
Ideas of Order
Just as we hold space for others, our homes hold space for us. On Ideas of Order, we join Jeremiah Brent in communion with some very special guests to discover what home means to them. Through honest and moving conversations, we’ll learn about how their most memorable spaces have shaped our guests throughout their lives. About Jeremiah Brent: Jeremiah Brent is an interior designer, television personality and founder of Jeremiah Brent Design, an interior design firm with locations in Los Angeles and New York City. Named to Architectural Digest’s AD100 list as a leading design talent, the Central California native first honed his forward-thinking yet elegantly timeless artistry through furniture design. He soon emerged as a singular new voice in the interior design world, embracing a highly intuitive approach focused on elevating each client’s emotional connection to their space. Jeremiah currently lives in New York City with his husband, Nate Berkus, and their two young children, Poppy and Oskar. About California Closets: California Closets has built a reputation as the leader and design authority in delivering custom-designed organizational solutions for the whole home. We believe home is more than just a place — it should be a source of creativity, comfort, and connection. From beautiful walk in closets and entertainment centers to versatile pantries and home offices, we design custom storage solutions that add value to your life and home by making space for what belongs. Think of it as ‘practical magic.'
Gail M Davis
We start with design; then move on to discuss the latest hot topics. It's a podcast where we like to share our POV as well as listen to others. This is a platform that is designed to inform & educate.
Design Thinking 101
Design Thinking 101 is part of how Fluid Hive helps people think and solve like a designer. You'll hear designers' stories, lessons, ideas, resources, and tips. Our guests share insights into delivering change and results with design thinking, service design, behavioral design, user experience design and more, in business, social innovation, education, design, government, healthcare and other fields.
Designed by Wingnut Social | Interior Design Business
Accelerating your Interior design and home brand business. Hosted by interior design pro, Darla Powell.
Cover Meeting is the book cover design podcast. Hosted by Steve Leard, each episode features a discussion with a different cover designer about their work, the industry, publishing and everything else in between. Cover Meeting appeals to book cover designers, graphic designers, illustrators and anyone working in publishing. Covering a wide range of topics around creativity, the highs and lows of being a freelance designer, advice for students and a look at the process behind book jackets – Cover Meeting is a place for honest conversations and interviews with designers giving their unique perspectives on the job we all love doing.
Matt Gibberd and The Modern House
What does home reveal about who we are? Almost everything, it turns out. Join The Modern House co-founder and author Matt Gibberd as he talks to cultural and creative leaders about the most influential space in our lives: home. In each episode, we ask guests to talk about a home of their past; their current living space; and where they would like to end up – revealing what home means to some of our most inspiring public figures. Be prepared for tears, laughter and everything in between. "The Best Podcasts To Listen To Now" – Vogue Homing In is produced by Feast Collective and The Modern House, with music by Father. The Modern House is an estate agency that helps people live in more thoughtful and beautiful ways. If you have a modern home to sell, get in touch to find out how we can maximise its value. To hear more from us: Sign up to our newsletter for weekly interior inspiration Subscribe to our YouTube channel Follow us on Instagram To get in touch, email us at email@example.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Rapaport USA Inc.
The Jewelry Connoisseur podcast is dedicated to estate jewels, featuring guests including estate dealers, historians, and best-selling authors. It covers subjects ranging from eras such as Art Deco and Victorian to specific designers whose creations are considered highly collectible. This new podcast aims to satisfy the great thirst for knowledge about estate jewelry and educate listeners on how to evaluate estate jewels, as well as what type of styles and designs are in vogue at the moment.
Working Without Pants - Creative Entrepreneurship
Working Without Pants is the podcast for agency owners and consultants who are wanting to win more clients and better clients for their business. Each week, Jake Jorgovan brings you interviews with industry leaders and experts on how to win more clients for your agency or consulting practice. Past guests have included Brennan Dunn, Brent Weaver, Kai Davis, Philip Morgan, Brian Casel, Blair Enns, and many more. Learn more at https://jake-jorgovan.com/podcast
The Messy City Podcast
Embracing change, uncertainty and local initiative for our cities and towns kevinklinkenberg.substack.com
The Design Doctor
Kricia Palmer, MD, Allied ASID
Are you decorating, remodeling or building a home? Are you excited but also a little intimidated, nervous and uncertain about the whole process? If so, you’re in the right place. Welcome to The Design Doctor Podcast, where we diagnose design drama and talk about how to decorate, remodel or build a home without losing your mind.Each week we diagnose a different problem, from decision fatigue and overwhelm to communicating with your builder and managing a budget. We’ll give you insight and actionable steps you can take to complete your project while thriving rather than just surviving.Your host, Kricia Palmer, MD, Allied ASID is a former board-certified allergist & immunologist, interior designer and certified life coach who left medicine 14 years ago to follow her creative dreams. Through her design business, House Calls for Physicians, she helps busy women physicians create intentionally designed spaces that makes coming home the best part of their day.
Better: The Brand Designer Podcast
Better: The Brand Designer Podcast, founded by Giselle Field of Wander Design Co. and Jen Davis, was founded on the belief that designers need community. We find that the branding world often feels secretive, competitive, and sometimes just plain old confusing. When we realized that our honest, soul-chat-level convos could potentially help other designers, we realized a podcast was only natural! Better: The Brand Designer Podcast was officially born.Giselle passed away during a climbing trip in Peru in summer of 2020. We encourage all listeners of our podcast to listen to our two Celebrating Giselle episodes. Giselle's adventurous, kind, funny, and supportive presence is missed every day—each and every episode that we record is dedicated to her legacy and her vision for this podcast. It is our honor to continue recording episodes in Giselle's memory and we know that she is with us every time we sit down to record.In winter of 2022, we welcomed Esther Knox-Dekoning from Sereth Design as a new co-host. Esther brought an incredible and fresh perspective to the pod—her transition from agency to design studio as well as her love for web design, sustainability, and world change brought new guests, ideas, and amazing episodes to our listeners. She departed the pod in spring 2023 to dedicate more time to her studio's growth, and will be greatly missed!Now, Jen runs the podcast solo and is beyond excited to continue interviewing guests, having interesting conversations, and sharing the behind-the-scenes of running her design studio.
You, Me & Design
Join husbands, Toby & Mikey, for a cocktail & catch-up, where they talk all things interior design, pop-culture & lifestyle. Obsessive interior designer, 'Toby’s Home', answers all of your need-to-know design dilemmas, and Mikey offers his untrained ‘expertise’ and thoughts on the weird and wonderful world of design. Grab a cocktail, let’s get cosy!
US Modernist Radio - Architecture You Love
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
Evan Troxel & Cormac Phalen
What’s it really like to work in architecture? The hosts of Archispeak know, and they’re here to share real-life experiences. Since 2012 architects Evan Troxel and Cormac Phalen have been podcasting their brand of real talk on everything from design, tools, and work/life balance to generational differences, mentoring, job hunting, and more. Probing questions, revelatory interviews, and unique insights have grown their audience and become a weekly ritual for students and seasoned professionals alike. To join the conversation or learn more about the hosts, visit archispeakpodcast.com
Voices of VR
Since May 2014, Kent Bye has published over 1000 Voices of VR podcast interviews featuring the pioneering artists, storytellers, and technologists driving the resurgence of virtual & augmented reality. He's an oral historian, experiential journalist, & aspiring philosopher, helping to define the patterns of immersive storytelling, experiential design, ethical frameworks, & the ultimate potential of XR.
The Unapologetic Designer Podcast
Kenzi Green Design
Providing a judgement free space to discuss controversial design topics and expose the raw truth about life as a designer. Hosted by Kenzi of Kenzi Green Design, a North Carolina based brand and web design studio. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theunapologeticdesigner/support
The Young Architect Podcast
Architect Michael Riscica
Discussing the future of Architecture with the leaders in the profession!
Nakita Reed // Gābl Media
Historic preservation and sustainability are not mutually exclusive. They are actually two sides of the same coin: both involve buildings and both are about our collective future. Such historic buildings are also created by people in a specific place in time and are subject to the cultural prejudices of race and gender. These buildings are the Tangible Remnants of people who shaped the world and can serve as temporal touchpoints for future generations. Join sustainable preservation architect, Nakita Reed, as she explores the interconnectedness of architecture, preservation, sustainability, race and gender. You’ll learn about people, buildings, and policies that made a historical impact and hear from women and BIPOC practitioners who are impacting the built environment today.
Architecture, Design & Photography
Architectural photographer Trent Bell talks creative process, inspiration and all things design with an assortment of Architects, Designers and Photographers.
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