99% Invisible

Roman Mars

496- The Rights of Rice and Future of Nature

The Ojibwe name for wild rice is Manoomin, which translates to “the good berry.” The scientific name is Zizania palustris. It’s the only grain indigenous to North America, and while it might be called rice, it’s actually not closely related to brown or white rice at all. It has long played an important role in Ojibwe cultures, but last year, Manoomin took on a new role: plaintiff in a court case. Last August, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources was sued by wild rice. The case of Manoomin v Minnesota Department of Natural Resources alleges that the Minnesota DNR infringed on the wild rice’s right to live and thrive. But can wild rice sue a state agency? The short answer is: yes. This is the story about what might happen if rice wins.The Rights of Rice and Future of NatureSupport for this episode was provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF). The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters Media

Susan Cain

#1 New York Times best-selling author Susan Cain shares how a bittersweet, melancholic outlook makes emotional room for beauty, creativity, and love.

Twenty Thousand Hertz

Dallas Taylor

Relearning Boléro

In the same way that optical illusions can trick our eyes, auditory illusions can trick our ears. This raises a serious question: what is hearing, and how much of it is actually made up by our brains? In this story from the Unexplainable podcast, we explore how our brains create the sonic world around us, and what it takes to harness that mysterious power. Featuring psychologist Diana Deutsch, hearing researcher Matthew Winn and author Mike Chorost. 

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Dear Alice | Interior Design

LaunchPod Media

Answering Listener Questions | Next Time on Dear Alice

Creative Pep Talk

Andy J. Pizza, Co-Loop Podcast Network

361 - When to Go with The Flow and When to Make Things Happen with Zac Gorman

Listen and Subscribe on Apple, Spotify and more: https://link.chtbl.com/creativepeptalkTranscripts available at https://creativepeptalk.com/episodes__________SHOW NOTESZac Gorman’s "Thisby Thestoop" Book Series“Over the Garden Wall” (TV Mini Series)Dungeon: The Early Years Vol. 1-2 (drawn by Christophe Blain)__________SPONSORSSHILLINGTON Study graphic design with Shillington for 3 months full-time or 9 months part-time. With Shillington’s graphic design course, you’ll graduate with a solid understanding of creative problem solving, design theory and software. Create an incredible design portfolio and master how to discuss and sell your work—essential skills for any creative career. LEARN MORE: https://shillo.design/pepSKILLSHAREThere’s nothing better than getting better. Accomplishing growth is extremely satisfying, and online classes from Skillshare make it possible. Learn about illustra

How to Decorate

Ballard Designs

Ep. 258: Giving New Builds Charm & Character with Brandon Ingram

Today we are thrilled to welcome Georgia-native Brandon Ingram to the show. Brandon is a Georgia Tech alum and two-time winner of the prestigious Philip Shutze Award for Excellence in Classical Design from the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art (ICAA). In 2012 he founded C. Brandon Ingram design; a full-service residential design firm specializing in custom homes, renovations, and architectural interiors. His work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Southern Living, House Beautiful, Traditional Home, and more. Brandon has a special ability to craft homes that are rooted in history but also unique and of their time. He flawlessly weaves a sense of charm and familiarity through his use of subtle details. Brandon shares with us his best advice for giving a new build charm and character.

What You’ll Hear on This Episode:

Brandon fell in love with classical architecture a

Nice Try!


The Keeper

On this season of Nice Try, we’ve asked why we bring certain goods into our homes. What kinds of utopia they promise, and what they deliver with the latest technology. But even the most faddish of gadgets might just improve a person's life, because we can fall in love with things. Join us for the last episode of Season Two: a love story. 
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Design Better Podcast

InVisionApp, Inc

Rewind: John Cleese: A cheerful guide to creativity

The Ministry of Silly Walks. The Cheese Shop. French Taunting. If you haven’t seen any of these Monty Python sketches before, do us a favor and go watch one or two of them. You’ll discover—or re-discover—why our guest for this episode is a creative comic legend. John Cleese starred in and co-wrote the award-winning series Fawlty Towers, was nominated for an Academy Award for the screenplay of A Fish Called Wanda, and even has a species of lemur named after him (Cleese’s wooly lemur, Avahi cleesei). He’s also an expert on the creative process, and so if you’re looking for a new framework to level-up your own workflow, his book Creativity: A Short and Cheerful Guide is a great resource. We talk with John about his new book, and also about creative collaboration in the midst of friction, how to be comfortable with ambiguity, and creating boundaries of space and time to get in a creative mode. We also get to ask him a questio

Business of Home Podcast

Business of Home, Dennis Scully

Kerry Joyce on the balance between beauty and business

It’s hard to find a designer more celebrated than Kerry Joyce—his work has landed him on the cover of top shelter magazines and earned him a regular spot on industry who’s who lists—not to mention his Emmy for set decoration. Kerry also runs a bustling product business, which includes everything from furniture and lighting to award-winning textiles and rugs. On this episode of the podcast, he chats with host Dennis Scully about finding the balance between creative passion and business, why the furniture industry is in such a state of flux, and the secrets behind a successful fabric line.  This episode is sponsored by Thibaut and Hartmann & ForbesLINKSKerry JoyceDennis ScullyBusiness of Home 

Design Time

Domino Magazine

Jonathan Adler on Creating His Signature Glamorous Style and Turning It Into a Design Dynasty

You know a Jonathan Adler piece when you see it. If you close your eyes, you can envision his original classic white vase—you know the one, covered in lips. With cheeky decorative goods, including his self-described groovy lighting and medicinal canisters, as well as statement-making velvet sofas, Jonathan’s work screams “having fun with glamour.”  Since expanding his brand worldwide, his modern, kitschy aesthetic has never felt more fresh, especially in a crowded global design marketplace. Tune in to hear all of the smart tips and tricks Jonathan has up his sleeve and what it takes to truly carve out your own creative path.

UI Breakfast: UI/UX Design and Product Strategy

Jane Portman

BDTP. Conversion Copywriting with Chris Silvestri

Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk with Chris Silvestri, copywriter, designer, and founder of Conversion Alchemy. You'll learn the strategies to increase conversions on landing pages and blog posts, the power of heatmaps and usability testing, resources for further CRO learning, and more.Please head over to the episode page for the detailed recap and key takeaways.Show notesConversion Alchemy — Chris’s copywriting and design businessQuinn Zeda — founder of Conversion CrimesClickUp — an example of a cohesive experienceHotjar, Smartlook — tools for measuring user behaviorClickUp, Balsamiq — examples of great blog designBaymard Institute — group that has research on usability studiesCopyhackers — a popular resource for conversion copywritersMECLABS Institute — resource for understanding buying behaviorConversion Alchemy Journal — Chris’s daily newsletter Follow Chris on TwitterSponsor

The Great Indoors

Sophie Robinson and Kate Watson-Smyth: Interior Design Experts

14.6 How to Transform Your Rental, A-Z of Eco Paint, Cooler Kitchens

Think you know sticky-backed plastic? Think again. Serial renter, nocturnal DIY-er and queen of reversible decor hacks, Amara Hasham of @thepajaamahub and The Faff Store reveals the jaw-dropping possibilities to be had. If you rent, or just want to try out some bold ideas that can easily be reversed - you can't afford to miss this. Plus Kate and Sophie deep dive into how to make ethical choices when it comes to paint - and help a listener wanting to inject colour and personality into her kitchen.   If you have intel to share about ethical paint choices or want to suggest a brand that should be in the #DoLessHarm Directory, then do get in touch with the show or reach out to Sophie @sophierobinsonsinteriors and Kate @mad_about_the_house   Useful links and images are supplied on each of Kate and Sophie’s blogs madaboutthehouse.com and sophierobinson.co.uk or join our Facebook group The Great Indoors   

Monocle 24: Monocle on Design


Extra: Qwstion and Mover

Extra: The minds behind Swiss brands Qwstion and Mover share how their latest product came to fruition.

Windowsill Chats

Margo Tantau

Growing Much More Than Flowers at 1818 Farms. Turning a Dream Into a Year-Round Business With Natasha McCrary

Margo is joined by Natasha McCrary of 1818 Farms. After one of Natasha's sons became interested in raising his own sheep, she began to dream of her own plans for a small profitable farm where she could teach her children to appreciate the land and animals and to be good conservationists as well as learn the importance of sustainability and eating local "real" food.   Located on three acres in the northwest corner of the historic village of Mooresville, AL (pop. 58), 1818 Farms is named for the year Mooresville was incorporated, one year before Alabama became a state. 1818 Farms is home to many happy animal residents, over 14,000 flowers having been lovingly and carefully tended to and also offers events of all types and popular handmade bath and beauty products.    Margo and Natasha discuss: The depth of entrepreneurship and why it often means working 7 da

Threads Magazine Podcast: "Sewing With Threads"

Threads Magazine

Fashion Without Limits, with ChaCha N. Hudson | Episode 52

Syracuse University professor ChaCha N. Hudson talks about Fashion with Limits and the future of plus-size design.

New Angle: Voice

Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation

Episode 5: Florence Knoll: Total Design

With her legendary unerring taste and a total commitment to produce absolute perfection in her self, her work, her products, and how she would be remembered, Florence Knoll is generally recognized as the single most powerful figure in the field of modern design.     As an architect, Florence was the force behind the seamless integration of furniture, space, textile, art, graphic design into a perfect brand concept:  Total Design.  Her influence transcends the specific disciplines, she was the force integrating them, and in her work at the Knoll Planning Unit, she promulgated the values that still motivate architects and designers today:  solve the program with scale and detailing appropriate to the interior in support of how people behave in the active environment.   Here she is:  Florence Knoll:  Total Design. Special thanks in this episode to Paul Makovsky, Bobbye Tigerman, Alexandra Lange,  Dorothy Cosonas, David Bright, Celia Ber

The Chairish Podcast

Chairish Inc.

Risks + Rewards of Running a Storefront

Designers are surrounded by beautiful objects and work with such talented artisans andcraftsmen that it is not surprising many of them are tempted to open a shop or showroom.But is retail really the way to go? Is it worth the effort and expense to bring your aestheticto the public? Will it help or hinder your design career? Three designers—Meg Braff,Patrick Mele, and Eric Haydel—weigh in on the risks and rewards of running a retailestablishment. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Trade Tales

Business of Home, Kaitlin Petersen

Nile Johnson on making space for creativity [Rebroadcast]

Philadelphia-based interior designer Nile Johnson scored a dream client, one so good that she recommended him to all her friends. One in particular reached out to Johnson for a project, and he took it despite knowing the chemistry wasn't quite right. The project got off to an awkward start and never improved—but after the dust settled, Johnson revamped his firm, drawing on lessons he'd learned. Today, he's rebuilt his process in a way that allows him to be creative while letting the client feel in control of the process. It's a story about learning what to let go of, and what to hold on to.LinksNile JohnsonKaitlin PetersenBusiness of Home

American Patchwork & Quilting Podcast

American Patchwork & Quilting

555. Quilty Fan-Girl Moments

We're so lucky on this podcast to be able to chat with designers and quilt shop owners, and even to feature listener tips and questions! There are so, so many talented quilters in the world who inspire us, and we're honored to share their stories and knowledge on this show. But – we have too many people we love to fit into just a weekly podcast. So, we're going all out on this episode and each of our staff members is sharing a few quilters we admire.
For more resources from today's show, visit the show notes here: https://www.allpeoplequilt.com/magazines-more/quilting-podcast/episode-555-quilty-fan-girl-moments
Email us at APQPodcast@meredith.com.
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Business of Architecture Podcast

Enoch Bartlett Sears

414: Money Scripts with Enoch Sears and Rion Willard

Money scripts. What are they and how do they affect our results? In this episode of the Business of Architecture podcast vault, we talk about the intersection between the psychology of finance and art. How does one's mindset about money affect one's results? Visit http://smartpracticemethod.com for a free architecture firm owner Masterclass on how to structure your architecture practice for freedom, fulfillment and financial reward.

The Skill Set

Imagine a Place Productions

What are the skills that inform your work, your life, your direction? Call them street smarts, emotional intelligence, soft skills, or pure grit: beyond the degrees, certifications, and resume items lies a different — perhaps more important — world of abilities. These are the skills that truly make us good at what we do, and offer clues to who we are and where we might be headed. Host Cheryl S. Durst, Executive VP, and CEO of the International Interior Design Association has spent a lifetime fascinated by the backstories that reveal where those foundational skills come from. With SkillSet, she taps into those stories to uncover the not-so-apparent abilities that power success. Ever wonder what a NASCAR pit crew chief, an orchestra conductor and a surgeon have in common? Pondering how to tap your team’s hidden talents? Considering whether your own skills might equip you for a whole other career (or a whole other life)? SkillSet explores the fascinating landscape of talent, creativity, and ability through a lens that’s set to “wide-open and deeply curious.” Come join us — and discover your own SkillSet along the way.


Crooked Crochet

36.The Secret Crochet Language (A Crochet Jargon QUIZ! - Part II)

In this episode, we take on one of our popular episodes, the crochet jargon quiz! This time Mell quizzes us on yet another long list of crochet abbreviations and phrases and we try to guess what they mean. Play along and leave us a comment on our Instagram with your score.

US Modernist Radio - Architecture You Love

USModernist Radio

#252/Three Modernist Owners and One Lucky Houseguest: Ronnie Sassoon + Alfonso Cordon + Cord Struckmann + Josh Gorrell + Reading by Anthony Poon

In our 5th show from Modernism Week 2022, George and Tom talk with owners of significant Modernist houses, plus one very lucky houseguest:  Ronnie Sassoon who's owned houses by Hal Levitt, Richard Neutra, and Breuer; Alfonso Cordon and Cord Struckmann of Beverly Thorne's Case Study House 26; and coming into town from LA just for this interview, the man, the myth, the legend, the Kato Kaelin of his generation, Josh Gorrell.  Later on, in the last of our series from his new novel, Death by Design at Alcatraz, a reading by architect and author Anthony Poon.

6 Figure Creative

Brian Hood

#203: Our Favorite 3 Methods For Creating Awareness | The Client Acquisition Series

"I need more clients".
That's the #1 problem our community has in every single poll we run.
The issue with getting clients is that no matter how good you are at what you do, you will never be able to get enough clients if no one knows you exist.
That's why we wanted to dedicate an entire episode to discussing our favorite 3 methods for building awareness and growing your business.
Creatives have to learn this stuff if they ever want to get out of the "feast or famine" lifestyle.

In this episode you’ll discover:

How to make an offer so good people feel stupid saying no

How to harness three of the six different lead sources

The thousand true fans model

How you can advertise for free

Why an email list is crucial to more and more freelancers

The importance of cleaning your mailing

Proof to Product

Katie Hunt

235 | How can I get more support from Proof to Product with Katie Hunt

At Proof to Product, we’re committed to helping product based businesses succeed! We’ve created two programs that can help you strengthen your business foundations or scale with wholesale. In today’s episode, I’m breaking down the difference between Paper Camp and Labs, which program is right for you, and how you can get started!

Print Is Dead. (Long Live Print!)

Patrick Mitchell

A podcast about magazines and the people who made — and make — them.

Building Your Permaculture Property

Takota Coen

#19-Stefan Sobkowiak: Our biggest mistakes in Permaculture

Stefan Sobkowiak operates a 12 acre farm of which 6-acres are in a permaculture orchard at Miracle Farms in Quebec. Sobkowiak originally bought the farm as a conventional 12 acre 4,000 tree monoculture apple orchard and immediately transitioned it to organic, but he quickly realized that an organic monoculture merely substitutes inputs from the conventional model. The alternative he created is a diverse polyculture that produces a wide variety of different fruits, berries and perennial herbs for u-pick membership customers. Sobkowiak is also an avid teacher, having taught at the university level and now popularly, through his Permaculture Orchard video, his online virtual orchard tour and his online pruning course. Find out more about Stefan at www.miracle.farm▶️ Buy my book https://www.mypermacultureproperty.com▶️ Buy topographical maps and more at https://www.contourmapgenerator.com▶️ Find out more about my farm an

Quilt Buzz

Quilt Buzz

From modern quilt pattern designs to web-based design software, from creating an exchange for unwanted fabric to “local” online fabric shops, the quilting community is a vibrant place of ingenuity, entrepreneurship, and incredible creativity. Quilt Buzz aims to create a platform to learn more about the “every” quilters’ stories from across the global quilting community, focusing on up-and-coming projects and people that are pushing the boundaries.

UX Maturity

Susan Zhuang, Sandrine Duval

040: How to Not Lose Your Soul: Being a Product Designer

We explore a new theme: how to not lose your soul. How do we keep our soul as product designers? How do we stick to our user-centred values and principles while meeting business needs? How do we escape the feature factory?
Follow us on Twitter @UX_Maturity or buy us a coffee to support us.

UX Cake

UX Cake

Challenging Assumptions to Transform Results

No doubt you're practicing challenging assumptions in your user-centered work already -- identifying what you think you know (or assume) about users' beliefs and actions, and finding out if those assumptions are true, or what else is true. What if you take that same approach towards the people you work with, and in your own career? The result can be surprising, and even transformational.********If you enjoy this podcast, there are some really simple ways you can help us: follow us on twitter - like and reshare our postssubscribe to the newsletter for updates and bonus contentshare this episode, or any of our episodes, with a friend. rate & review us on Apple Podcast or iTunes on desktop!Listen Apple | Spotify | Google | WebsiteConnect with UX Cake! leigharredondo.com | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Linked InSupport this

Plein Air Art Podcast

PleinAir Magazine

Ned Mueller on the Plein Air Movement and More

Eric Rhoads interviews Ned Mueller on today's plein air movement, his advice for beginners, and the first time he painted outdoors (Spoiler: "It was a disaster."). At 81, Ned reminds us that "you never stop learning." Bonus! In this week's Art Marketing Minute, Eric Rhoads, author of Make More Money Selling Your Art, addresses how to break out of the category of low-price point paintings, and whether or not you should reuse the canvas from old paintings.

The Crazy One

Stephen Gates

Ep 119 Teamwork: How to become a great meeting and workshop facilitator

Facilitation asks to balance the goals of the meeting, the team's social dynamics, and all while creating an environment that is a participation democracy where everyone can be heard. Unfortunately, it is a rare skill, mainly because few companies take the time to teach the skills and often because you feel like you have to be an extrovert to be good at it (which isn't true). In this episode, we will look at what it takes to be a great facilitator, what you shouldn't do, the actions and behaviors you will need, and share a playbook to create the best meetings and workshops.SHOW NOTES:http://thecrazy1.com/episode119 FOLLOW THE CRAZY ONE:Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook 

So, How Do You...

Laura Jackson

So, how do you… show off your art?

From gallery walls to investment pieces, where do you begin with finding the perfect art for your home?

In this episode, Laura talks to: Interiors content creator Lisa Dawson about how to create the perfect gallery wall; art consultant Georgia Spray who reveals that working with consultants isn’t as expensive as you think, and professional framer Dominic Brider shares how to do your art justice with a frame. 

For more tips and tricks, follow @sohowdoyou.podcast and our amazing guests from this episode: @ _lisa_dawson_, @georgiaspray from @partnershipeditions and @briderandbull.

Thank you to the sponsors of the episode, to make use of all discount codes in the episode please head to Archive, Ruggable, Grass & Co and Glassette. 
Production support from Astrid.



Why We Love to Hate Comic Sans and the Return of Fonts with Personality

If Comic Sans showed up at a house party, would it be welcome or shown the door? In this episode, the Wireframe team parties down with a wild array of fonts, good and bad, to learn about the rise of novelty typefaces like Comic Sans and the proliferation of the now all-too-familiar geometric sans serif typeface. They’ll find out what the popularity of these fonts says about how we think about the role of typography in today’s world. And they’ll also talk to some exciting new type designers who think that it’s time for a new chapter in the story of type, one that reflects a richer, more diverse set of voices. Join host Khoi Vinh, and producers Pippa Johnstone and Dominic Girard as they explore the personalities of the typefaces we know and love and ideas that are influencing what we’ll see next.Emma Tucker is a Comic Sans apologist. She’s a senior writer and deputy editor at Creative Review, and believes

Content Rookie

Nicole Michaelis

Junior UX writers! This one is for you.

Episode 41: Junior UX writers! This one is for you.
Today's guest has had quite a journey: from working in advertisement in Nigeria to freelancing and finally landing a job as a Junior UX writer in Europe. Ifi shares what courses and resources helped him switch careers, why there aren't enough junior content design positions, and what the industry needs to improve to attract diverse talent.

Learning outcomes:

Day2day of a Junior UX writer
Landing your first job in UX writing
Building a content design portfolio from scratch
Relocating to Europe
Diversity in UX writing
Why we need more positions for juniors

Connect with the guest, Ifi:
Connect with your host, Nicole:
nicoletells.com // Contentrookiepod.com

Design Thinking 101

Dawan Stanford

Lego Serious Play + Creating Together + Designing for Being with Jane Hession and Ronan Healy — DT101 E90

Dr. Jane Hession and Ronan Healy are the founders of How Might We, a service design studio in Ireland. We talk about Lego Serious Play, creating together, and designing for being.   Listen to learn about: The importance of giving adults permission to be playful The LEGO Serious Play method  How LEGO Serious Play can unlock creativity and innovation The changing view of the workplace and how teams work post-COVID-19 Design for Being philosophy   Our Guests Dr. Jane Hession and Ronan Healy are co-founders of How Might We, an Irish Service Design studio that facilitates meaningful conversations to improve employee and customer experiences. At the very core of their studio’s capability is the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY method. They LEGO Serious Play to make service design and systems thinking more accessible to organisations. Ronan and Jane believe the LEGO Serious Play method has

House Guest by Country & Town House | Interior Designer Interviews

Rebecca Cox

Episode 155: Francis Sultana

Welcome to episode 155 of the House Guest podcast, where Country & Town House Magazine's Interiors Editor Carole Annett chats with experts from the world of interior design and decoration. It’s an exciting year ahead for this week's House Guest, the acclaimed interior and furniture designer Francis Sultana. His first hotel project opens in Capri in July (Hotel La Palma, part of the Oetker Collection) and his had taken on the custodianship of The Hunting Lodge, John Fowler’s gothic mansion in Hampshire – which Nicky Haslam recently vacated. He has no formal training, ‘Growing up in Gozo, I read House & Garden and World of Interiors magazines, and watched a lot of episodes of 80's TV drama Dynasty; I was a sponge for information. I knew I loved houses from a very early age’. He's on the international council for the design museum, is CEO of the David Gill Gallery, the Ambassador of Culture for Malta, and is working on Malta's first contempo


Elise Blaha Cripe

Let's catch up!

just Elise this season chatting crafts and hobbies and life and work shifts. (And whatever else comes up!) This first episode is a brief recap of life post MAKE36, what I mean when I say “I am taking a break from work” plus some of the “just for fun” creative projects I am working on right now. shownotes for this episode can be found at elisejoy.com/podcast

Theory of Architecture

Buckland Architects

#20 - Nikos Salingaros

Dr Nikos Salingaros is a mathematician and polymath known for his work on urban theory, architectural theory, complexity theory, biophilic design, and design philosophy.

The Style Files: Conversations with Creatives

Paloma Contreras

Jane Churchill

Jane Churchill’s Interior Design work has made her a household name both at home and abroad. With more than 40 years in the business, Jane Churchill has a deep knowledge of the classic decorating tradition. Unlike many Interior Designers who work from a specific style, Jane combines classic and contemporary elements so that each project is unique and personal to the client.

The Grand Tourist with Dan Rubinstein

Dan Rubinstein

Luca Nichetto: The New Maestro of Design

Raised in Venice and now living in Stockholm, product designer Luca Nichetto is one of the leading voices of his generation. With the release of his first-ever monograph cataloging 137 works of design, his profile is on the rise. On this episode, Dan speaks with Nichetto about starting his professional life playing basketball, selling sketches as a youth to make ends meet, and what it means to be an Italian designer today. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Design and Shine

Rachelle Holowko

Create Your Daily Art Practice

If you are wanting to start achieving your pattern design goals then it's really important to set some habits in place and start creating your daily art practice. If you want to be a successful designer and you want to be able to sell your work then set up a daily practice is a foundational step as it's going to help you grow, nurture and develop your skills. In this podcast episode we dive into some tips for creating your daily practice.

The Modern House Podcast

The Modern House

3.2 Sarah Featherstone, Architect

Sarah Featherstone is a RIBA award-winning architect, co-founder of practice Featherstone Young, and lecturer at Central Saint Martins. We’re particularly drawn to Sarah’s way of thinking, for when it comes to architecture, she is less interested in bricks and mortar and more in the way in which people inhabit spaces. Listen to the episode now to discover her top three living spaces and hear about her unlikely encounter with Right Said Fred. Find out more on The Modern House. You can purchase Matt Gibberd’s new book A Modern Way to Live via our website.

Real Simple Tips

Real Simple

How to Make Buttermilk at Home (Because It’s Easier Than You Think)

This magic ingredient makes baked goods better.

User Defenders – UX Design & Personal Growth

Jason Ogle

Hitting Pause (2022)

Life and career (re)focus this year have brought me to a place where I need to hit pause on this show's production, foreseeably throughout 2022. Will definitely revisit cadence in 2023. Check out this broadcast for further info on this. I am keeping myself (somewhat) available for 1:1 life/career coaching at jasonogle.com/coaching in meantime. Keep fighting the good fight, dear Defender! ? Jason linkedin.com/in/jasonogle

EntreArchitect Podcast with Mark R. LePage

EntreArchitect // Gābl Media

EA459: Stewart Davis – Building a Multi-Generational Legacy Firm

Building a Multi-Generational Legacy Firm Stewart Davis has worked in the field since 1983 and possesses a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin. He values seeking and finding great experiences, which means putting quality and care into the work we do so that others can have memorable and pleasurable experiences. This week […]
The post EA459: Stewart Davis – Building a Multi-Generational Legacy Firm appeared first on EntreArchitect // Small Firm Entrepreneur Architects.

Mornings with Mayesh

Yvonne Ashton

Flower Trends with Jayne Kim

Are you ready to talk new trends for the new year? Great! Because Jayne sat down with me to do just that along with diving into her ceremony nest demonstration. We will be touching on color trends, designing around seasonality, Jayne's unique design mechanic to build the nest, water sources, and more! Show notes & video replay link: https://blog.mayesh.com/mwm-flower-trends-with-jayne-kim 

Design Nerds Anonymous


The Future of Growth

As the pace of change accelerates, it becomes increasingly important that the design ecosystem connect the many different dots that enable our clients to make decisions faster. We believe human connections in the physical space matter more than ever as we enter this hybrid world.   
Join us in this special bonus episode as we ask the question “how will the commercial design industry leverage physical space for growth?” Host Amanda Schneider explores growth opportunities, partnerships and collaborations that will elevate the power and reach of design with innovators Emilie Arel of Casper, and Lisso So and Tyler Silvestro of Marvel.  
Special thanks to our episode sponsors Mannington Commercial and Keilhauer, thoughtfully selected because they both represent companies that are bringing new techniques and thinking from outside the design industry for positive application. 
Want to fuel your team’s growth opportunities? Download our leading-ed


Aaron Prinz

The Renovation of David Geffen Hall - Gary McCluskie & Deborah Borda

President and CEO of the New York Philharmonic Deborah Borda and Principal of Diamond Schmitt Gary McCluskie join the podcast to talk about the nearly completed renovation of David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City

Life of an Architect

Bob Borson and Andrew Hawkins

Ep 097: Burnout

The architectural profession seems to unnecessarily romanticize the amount of work it takes to do our job so it was only a matter of time before we discussed "Burnout" in today's post and episode 97 of the Life of an Architect podcast.

Interior Design with Kandrac and Kole

Kandrac & Kole Interior Design

Ask Us Anything!

Today we are asking our listeners to ask us anything! Since Covid is still in full swing which is forcing people to stay home and stare at their walls, our phone hasn't stopped ringing! We answer a range of questions from wallpaper trends to table lamp proportions to what we think you should focus on during major renovations. We know that you still have lots of design-related questions out there, so tune in to see if we can answer a question you might have too!   In this episode: [03:12] Current design trends Kelly and Joann feel are worth investing in [06:06] Wallpaper - is it in or out? [11:00] Oak island and cabinet color combinations and accent walls [15:49] Refreshing red oak flooring  [20:35] Choosing the right proportions for table lamps [24:31] Trends to follow for major renovations Key Takeaways: During a major renovation, If you can afford it - hire an interior designer. This will prevent expensive mistakes and create an aesthetic design that w

Paper Talk The Paperlover's Podcast

Paper Talk

Hey Paperlover's !!! So Happy you found us! We hope you enjoy the show ! Please be sure to subscribe on all your favorite platforms ! So you don't miss out on any of the fun. We appreciate you support on this new crafty adventure!

Five Minute Feng Shui

Kathryn Weber

Episode 166: Pagodas for Good Fortune and Protection

Originally used as temples for the practice of devotion and enlightenment, pagodas are prized and auspicious figures for desks and homes. They may be placed in your home or office for protection or as a symbol of rising fortunes, whether through study or professional advancement. In feng shui pagodas are synonymous with education. Dutiful Asian parents often display them on their children’s desks to promote good study habits and for scholastic success. But the pagoda is also a symbol of protection and enhancement.

School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion: Design & Animation Training for MoGraph Artists

Animating the Unreal with Chromosphere

We’ve had our eye on Chromosphere Studio for some time. They’ve consistently put out stellar work, with a keen eye toward the future of the industry. From new techniques to bold storytelling, these artists are building up their brand without taking their eyes off the prize. So how do you develop your career without losing focus on a passion project? We spoke with Kevin Dart and Theresa Latzko to find out.

The Game Design Round Table

Dirk Knemeyer & David V. Heron

#278 Listener Questions June 2022

Kathryn teams up with Dirk and David to tackle another round of listener questions. Topics include microtransactions, free-to-play games, early game design steps, data in game design, and how designers can learn from other mediums. 

Get It Right with Undercover Architect

Amelia Lee

What to do before signing a building contract

Hello! This is Episode 230, and in it, I’m going to be sharing one of Year 5’s most popular episodes and completing our celebration of 5 years of the “Get it Right” podcast.

Back in Episode 219, I kicked off a 5th birthday celebration of the podcast, by rebooting some of the most popular and listened to episodes in each year of the podcast. And then I mixed that up with new episodes to share more information and updates on those specific topics. 

It’s been great to receive messages from listeners who are hearing some of these older episodes for the first time, and also from those of you who’ve been here a while, but enjoyed revisiting the content I’ve shared and getting a refresher and reminder of what it covered.

In the last episode, I shared info on whether now is the right time to build or renovate your home, and what you need to consider contractually to manage your risk in challenging times l

Encyclopedia Botanica

Hilary Dahl for Seattle Urban Farm Co.

Episode 114: Garden Soil Ecosystems with Jeff Lowenfels

The quality of produce you grow is dependent on the quality of your soil. We are big advocates of doing everything possible to make garden soil the best it can be right from the start, and then working year after year to maintain and improve its quality. In this episode we're joined by award winning author Jeff Lowenfels to discuss the soil food web and garden soil ecosystems. Jeff Lowenfels is the author of an award-winning trilogy of books on soil, Teaming With Microbes: The Organic Gardener’s Guide To The Soil Food Web, Teaming With Nutrients: The Organic Gardener’s Guide to Optimizing Plant Nutrition and Teaming With Fungi: The Organic Grower’s Guide to Mycorrhizae.

Bewitching the Home

Rachel Larraine Crawford

Bewitching the Home is an illuminating podcast exploring Holistic Design and its extraordinary influence on all areas of our body, mind and spirit, and creating sacred spaces in alignment with our higher selves. Hosted by Interior Designer, Mystic, Tarot Reader, Feng Shui Practitioner, Rachel Larraine, the show features conversational explorations with special guests and ventures through the realm of mindfulness, holistic approaches to design, wellness in the home, and sustainability.

Wedded: The Wedding Planner Podcast

Tracy Taylor Ward and Shannon Leahy

Wedding Favors: Take 'em or Leave 'em

We’re dishing our thoughts on wedding favors—and whether we, well, favor them. Should you have them? Should you encourage your clients to have them? What should they consist of? How should you distribute them? As always, we’ve got answers. Plus: a listener asks about black tie wedding etiquette and setting.Discussed in This Episode:Our Monthly Planning Checklist https://www.weddedshop.com/product-page/monthly-planning-checklistOur Brunch Episode https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/to-brunch-or-not-to-brunch-post-wedding-protocol/id1551208110?i=1000535410260Solemates Heel Protectors https://thesolemates.com/Visit Our Website:https://www.WeddedPodcast.comGrab Our Freebies And Planning Tools:www.WeddedShop.comEmail Us All Of Your Questions and Comments:Questions@WeddedPodcast.comFind Us On Social:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/weddedpodcastRead About Our Hosts:Tracy Taylor Ward DesignWebsite: https://www.TracyTaylorWard.comInstagram

Polymer Week Podcast


4# Anthony of Ace of Clay

He introduces himself as a regular guy with a YouTube channel who makes a new sculpture every week. If you’ve been part of the polymer clay community for a time, you know that he’s being far too modest. Anthony of Ace of Clay is not only an artist with superb sculpting skills but also a constant source of inspiration and the reason why so many of his fans started working with polymer clay. 

Botanical Brouhaha Podcast

Amy McGee

BB+ (Ep. 22) Joseph Massie on Writing 'The Flower School'

TODAY’S GUEST: Joseph Massie author of The Flower School: The Principles and Pleasures of Good Flowers the youngest person ever to win 5 consecutive RHS gold medals at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show Founder and Creative Director at Joseph Massie Flowers Founder of The Flower Class Host of the Flowers After Hours Podcast TODAY'S TOPIC: Becoming a Published Author   You're in for a treat! In this episode, Joseph shares behind-the-scenes details of the making of his new book, The Flower School. From writing a book proposal and finding an agent, to working with a publisher, choosing content, and designing a book cover, Joseph is candid about the process. And, if you know anything about Joseph, you know he brings a bit of humor to every conversation. Joseph says he wrote this first book with his 16 year old self in mind — remembering when he was starting out and needed a comprehensive floristry guide that he could actually

Architecture, Design & Photography

Trent Bell

Ep: 062 - Designing Iconic Products // Michael DiTullo

In this episode of Architecture, Design & Photography we sit down with Michael DiTullo, Founder and Chief Creative at Michael DiTullo LLC. We discuss Michael's latest work designing acoustic panels for Kirei, his time working with Michael Jordan at Nike, and his creative process when approaching design challenges. We really enjoyed our discussion with Michael and hope you do as well. Michael DiTullo has been designing iconic products for some of the world’s biggest brands for more than 20 years. He has worked with Nike, Google, Honda, Timex, Chantal, Converse, Motorola and has been collaborating with Kirei since 2019. Prior to starting his eponymous design studio Michael, was Chief Design Officer for Sound United, parent company of Denon, Marantz, Polk, and Definitive Technology, where he oversaw industrial design, UX, packaging, product management, and marketing creative. He also spent several years as creative director

Haptic & Hue

Jo Andrews

Canada's Forgotten Quilts

Can a nation simply forget an astonishing operation in which its women and children made nearly half a million quilts to comfort the victims of the Second World in Europe? It seems that Canada has come close to doing that.  Only now, nearly 80 years later, is this story being pieced together for the first time by some very determined researchers and textile sleuths. It’s a tale that has never been properly told and the women and children who made these quilts have never been honoured or thanked properly for their work.   This episode of Haptic and Hue’s Tales of Textiles begins with a mystery quilt that turned up on a cold winter’s morning 30 years ago with a strange handwritten label on it. It tracks my efforts to find out what the quilt was and how it came to be made. It uncovers the astonishing story of how millions and millions of items from bandages to sheets, from pajamas to quilts were made by Canadian volunteers as ‘comforts’ to send mainly

Decorate Like a Design Boss

Kimberly Grigg

37. My Favorite Neutrals and WHY

Are you on the fence on what paint color to pick? Listen in as I talk through all the best Neutral colors that might be perfect for you. Grab a pencil and paper because I will be calling out paint color numbers as we go along.  If you still are unsure about what paint color is right for you. I am not offering 30 minute zoom consultations to help you get your space just right. Click HERE to see if I could help you with your next project.     Contact Me:  Email me at kimberly@kimberlygriggdesigns.com Visit my website: www.kimberlygriggdesigns.com Follow me on Facebook, Instagram , Pinterest Check out my Youtube channel  You can also find the show on Stitcher and Spotify.

Make and Design with Carina Gardner

Carina Gardner

Episode 102 5 Favorite Softwares I'm Using Right Now

What programs do you use as a designer? In today’s episode, listen in as Carina Gardner chats about her top five favorite design tools that she uses to run her business.  Find out more at http://www.carinagardner.com Watch this episode as video at http://www.makeanddesign.com Want to become a designer? Check out Carina’s next Design Bootcamp at http://www.carinagardnercourses.com/designbootcamp.

Better: The Brand Designer Podcast

Jen Davis & Esther Knox-Dekoning

S5 E12 | Smash or Pass!

Episode Description:Welcome to Better Pod After Dark!! Jk - we’re playing the safe-for-work version of the game “Smash or Pass” today, brand designer edition! We polled you guys on Instagram to see if you liked or disliked certain programs, web platforms, social media, and juicy designer situations, and we play along with you!Special thanks to our producer Jon from Wayfare Recording Co.Connect With Us:Our Free Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/betterbranddesigner/Podcast Website: https://www.betterbranddesigner.comPodcast Resources Page: https://www.betterbranddesigner.com/resourcesPodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/betterpodcast/Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/betterpodcast

Anyway.FM 设计杂谈

JJ Ying & Leon Gao

№148: 纪录片 FM?没这回事!我们只想让你的观察力也更懂视觉

今天是一号主播隔离在家的第七天,难得的居家生活体验也带来了本期疫情特别节目,延续愚人节时「纪录片 FM」玩笑的主题,我们继续聊聊最近看的关于庵野秀明的纪录片~虽然我们的听众来自五湖四海,但在无论你是否在疫情高发区,都希望你保持心态,好好生活~ 多看书、多看纪录片~# 内容提要01:43 · 关于疫情,我们想说几句话09:40 · Leon 在很多方面真的很像庵野啊!17:30 · 没啥资格评论庵野,但让我们聊聊这部纪录片吧~31:00 · 关于纪录片的真实性37:49 · 多看看书、多看看纪录片# 参考链接末世电影《我是传奇》 6:14本年度愚人节的恶搞官网「纪录片 FM」 6:58本台聊 Handspring 纪录片的那期播客 7:29本期聊的纪录片《行家本色 庵野秀明特别篇》 8:28本台聊宫崎骏和他儿子的那期节目 8:36庵野秀明 9:41Leon 所在的星纪时代车联中心 UED 招聘 11:07庵野导演的动画片《彼氏彼女の事情》 13:13《新·福音战士剧场版:终》 14:13《机动警察》 17:09《行家本色》系列纪录片 17:42英年早逝的鬼才导演今敏 20:10日本导演汤浅政明 20:24日本纪录片《纪实 72 小时》 32:45事实上国内还「翻拍」过一部《72 小时》 33:05B 站出品的纪录片《人生一串》 35:30Apple 出品的拍摄围观自然世界的纪录片《小小世界》 43:15BBC 出品的植物世界自然纪录片《绿色星球》 43:22本台的推荐纪录片列表@豆瓣 43:32# 会员计划在本台官网(Anyway.FM) 注册会员即可 14 天试用 X 轴播放器和催更功能~ 开启独特的播客互动体验,Pro 会员更可加入听众群参与节目讨(hua)论(shui)~

Night White Skies

Sean Lally

094 _ Sheila Jasanoff _ ‘Ethics of Invention’

Today is a conversation with Sheila Jasanoff about her book ‘The Ethics of Invention’ and her research and work as the Director of the STS (Science and Technology Studies) at Harvard.  *** Night White Skies is a program about our design futures as both the environment and our human bodies are now open for design. www.SeanLally.net  

Moving Abroad


Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]


Gist Yarn

WEAVE: The Artist in Residence Program

Our WEAVE Artist in Residency program is a 12-week long remote residency that aims to support weavers and fiber enthusiasts who engage in community-based fiber practices. Each participant will receive a $1,500.00 cash stipend to use with no restrictions, and a $1,500.00 materials budget to shop for materials on the Gist Yarn website. We will select three Artists in Residence in 2022.

Shownotes: www.gistyarn.com/artist-residency-2022

Residency Application: https://forms.gle/dfAcFhuPpJ1uL3X29

Young House Love Has A Podcast

Sherry & John Petersik

#182: A Big Catch Up Holiday-ish Special (Surprise!)

So much has happened since we last picked up the podcast mic, so we have a jam-packed show to catch you up on all the things. We're talking house updates, embarrassing stories, renovation plans, and we even worked in some bad metaphorical diagrams (because describing graphs and charts you can't see always goes over well in an audio format). We’re also diving into how house projects have slowed down around here, the remaining projects on our list, and how our attitude towards having less on our to-do list has changed pretty dramatically over the years. Plus an impromptu musical exercise that captured our family's contentment for living in a smaller home, and why Sherry can never show her face in one Florida city again. Also, a fun holiday game and the TV show we’ve been dying to tell you about. Be sure to check out younghouselove.com/podcast-182 for notes, links, and photos from this episode.

The Learning Objective


Welcome to The Learning Objective, the first podcast for the architecture and design community where you can receive AIA/IDCEC CEU credit for listening on the go, from ThinkLab and SANDOW Design Group.

JUST Branding

JUST Branding - by Jacob Cass & Matt Davies

S03.EP09 - Agile Swarming with Dennis Hahn

This episode is a real treat for anyone looking to level up on how to work on brand strategy collaboratively.

Matt Davies and Jacob Cass sit down with global agency leader Dennis Hahn of Liquid agency.

Together they quiz Dennis on his 'agile swarming' methodology covering what swarming is and what problems it solves for leadership, strategy, and creative teams.

Dennis outlines his principles for swarming and how to conduct a swarm. He also gives insights on what makes a great facilitator, the environment, and the tools he uses for success.

If you want to know how an agency at the cutting edge is doing its strategy work this is the episode for you. Not to be missed.

Tokyo Midtown presents The Lifestyle MUSEUM


野間真吾さん_Tokyo Midtown presents The Lifestyle MUSEUM_vol.739

6月24日OAのゲストは、東京ミッドタウンの21_21 DESIGN SIGHTで始まった企画展「クリストとジャンヌ=クロード "包まれた凱旋門"」でグラフィックデザインを担当されていらっしゃる野間真吾さんです。

Build Your House Yourself University

Michelle Nelson

Choosing the Best Freestanding Tub for Your Style, Budget and Needs—BYHYU 255

Even if you’re not a tub person you should strongly consider adding a bathtub somewhere in your new home.  You may never intend to use the tub yourself, but it’s nice having a tub available for bath-loving guests, for bathing children and grandchildren, and for grooming pets.    Many homeowners include a tub in their primary bathroom not only for practical, utilitarian reasons but also for aesthetics.  Freestanding tubs continue to be an extremely popular choice primarily because of aesthetics.  Freestanding tubs are thought of as sculptural showpieces and increase the perceived value of the home.  In this episode, you’ll get information that will help you choose the right freestanding tub for your new home.  SHOW NOTES at BYHYU.com

Coffee Wine & Flowers Podcast

Sarah Wahhab

A business and lifestyle podcast hosted by Sarah Wahhab of Mulberry & Moss Floral Studio. Take your morning coffee with a splash of inspiration, encouragement, and business tips to get you through your day!

The Institute of Black Imagination.


E48. Sara Zewde: Parks and Liberation.

Today’s episode is with landscape architect, designer, urbanist, and public artist Sara Zewde. Sara is the co-founder of Studio Zewde– a design firm practicing landscape architecture, urban design, and public art, as well as an assistant professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. In this episode, she shares how design has been leveraged as a tool of oppression and how everyone must be involved in the process of thinking about the world they want to create. 
We explore the controversial origins of landscape architecture along with topics that range from Hurricane Katrina not only being a natural disaster but a political failure that ignited her curiosity about the land, architecture being built on the backs of Black women, and ultimately the bold moves we should be making now to engage with the environment. Sara’s story introduces you to the origins of architecture that have been omitted and challenge us to participate

رادیو ترسیم پادکست معماری tarsim

مرتضی محمدخانی

بیستم. پادکست ترسیم. چطور وارد شغل بازسازی بشیم؟

در این اپیزود از رادیو ترسیم میخوایم به چند سوال از پنجاه که دوستانمون در مورد ورود به شغل بازسازی پرسیدن صحبت کنیم. اول اینکه از کجا شروع کنیم؟ بعد اینکه چه تخصص هایی لازمه. بعد این که از کجا کار بگیریم؟ کجا تبلیغات کنیم؟ با چه اکیپ هایی کار کنیم و دفترکار نیاز داریم یا نه و ...

Redesigning Life with Sabrina Soto

Sabrina Soto

Leah Kirpalani: Does clean skincare really matter?

I found Leah after I purchased some items on her online store SHOP GOOD. Her story of getting sick and finding comfort in the newly blossoming clean living and holistic healing space made me want to have her as a guest to discuss how it all matters (not just what you eat). I learned so much and completely cleaned out most of my makeup and low quality skincare after this! Also, I asked Leah for a discount... in case you wanted to buy anything from her store (You know I LOVE a deal) and she gave me SABRINA10 for 10% off... SHOP GOODFind Shop Good on Insta HERE.Happy Listening! 

The Informed Life

Jorge Arango

Oliver Caviglioli on Graphic Organizers

Oliver Caviglioli is a former headteacher of a special needs school. Now, he’s an information designer and author of several books about education. His latest book, Organise Ideas, which he co-authored with David Goodwin, explains the practice and science behind using graphic organizers to teach and learn.Show notesOliver Caviglioli@olicav on TwitterOrganise Ideas: Thinking by Hand, Extending the Mind by Oliver Caviglioli and David GoodwinDual Coding With Teachers by Oliver CaviglioliTeaching WalkThrus: Visual Step-by-Step Guides to Essential Teaching Techniques by Tom Sherrington and Oliver CaviglioliTeaching WalkThrus 2: Five-step Guides to Instructional Coaching by Tom Sherrington and Oliver CaviglioliTeaching WalkThrus 3: Five-step Guides to Instructional Coaching by Tom Sherrington and Oliver CaviglioliDave GrayXPLANEMetaphors We Live By by George Lakoff and Mark JohnsonMind in Motion: How Action Shapes Thought by Barbara TverskyC

On Creativity: A SCADcast with Paula Wallace

Paula Wallace

Ashley Longshore

Creativity’s North Star…
She’s the pop artist of our time. The painter who pioneered selling artwork on Instagram. The essence of hustle and willpower. Ashley Longshore. Longshore was an honored guest at SCADstyle 2022, where she reconnected with Paula Wallace to talk about how Longshore created her business empire, their shared Southern upbringing, and some of her favorite collaborations.

The Product Design Podcast

Seth Coelen

Simran Mhatre - How to land an internship at a FAANG company

In episode 29 of The Product Design Podcast, Seth Coelen interviews Simran Mhatre, a Product Design Intern at Meta. Simran is originally from India and moved to the United States in 2021 to further her education. She is a graduate student at Indiana University Bloomington, studying Human-Computer Interaction. Simran worked long and hard to land her internship at a FAANG company and shares all the tips and advice she put into action to get where she is today. If you are trying to break into UX or looking to change jobs in UX, listen to her fantastic advice on portfolios, resumes, and networking!During our interview with Simran you will learn:? How Simran found UX Design and landed in the United States? Advice for Engineers looking to make the switch to product design? How Simarn landed her internship at a FAANG company? Connecting and building meaningful relationships in the industry? How to build a strong and engag

Hello UX

Hello UX

Mentorship Opportunities ~ A Conversation with Christa Stephens

Are you looking for mentorship opportunities?  In this episode, we highlight UX Rescue's new Mentor/Mentee program. We also have a conversation with Christa Stephens, product designer, UX strategist, and Growth Manager with UX Rescue, and learn about her journey into UX Design and her role in UX Rescue's new Mentor/Mentee program.  
Season 2: Inclusion and Diversity Series brings diverse voices with conversations centered around important topics to emerging UX Designers. Emphasizing how these, in particular, affect underrepresented minorities in tech.
Thank you for listening! Please show your support by sharing this episode with friends and family and don't forget to rate it! ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

#uxdesign #uxdesigner #productdesigner #uxstrategist #helloux #uxmentor #uxmentorship 


Hotel Design Podcast


#25: Therese Virserius, Founder of Virserius Studio

In this episode of the Hotel Design Podcast, we welcome award-winning designer Therese Virserius, Founder of Virserius Studio. She’s worked on projects such as W Atlanta Midtown, Renaissance Paris La Défense Hotel, Hyatt Regency Montreal and others such as the Arizona Biltmore.   Host Glenn Haussman and Therese start off by discussing how she envisioned some of the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas’ suites and its guestrooms. “It was a massive project,” says Therese, as she describes the process of renewing the property five floors at a time, touching 3,000 rooms. The two discuss artistic point of view, Therese’s Swedish heritage, her global travels around Europe and Asia, and how experiences with many cultures affects her design approach. Interestingly she worked with IKEA, but in business development and logistics. Turns out that wasn’t satisfying enough, and her curiosity propelled her in the direction of hotel design. They move

Heart of the Home

Heart of the Home

Tips for Moving With Young Kids ft. Jon

Moving is inherently stressful, but doing it with kids takes it to the next level. In this episode, Jen and Jon are sharing what they’re doing to make their upcoming move as painless as possible. Plus, we’re updating the renovation progress on #ProjectStaggMountainModern.
The post Tips for Moving With Young Kids ft. Jon appeared first on Stagg Design.

Becoming That Girl

Julia Wolf

I am sharing my tips and tricks on becoming That Girl in 2022 Instagram: ju.lia.versatile TikTok: becoming_that_girl_jules Facebook Group: Becoming That Girl

Talking Architecture & Design

Architecture & Design

Episode 110: Oliver Heath explains the connection between human-centric and biophilic design principles

Oliver Heath is the founder of Oliver Heath Design, an architectural & interior design firm specialising in health and well-being. Oliver has been a television presenter on the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and National Geographic Channel for over 20 years​. Author of 4 books on sustainability and interior design, most recently: Design a Healthy Home​ ​As the Biophilic Design Ambassador for Interface​, he is also the author of the Positive Spaces guides​.  Oliver has presented seminars & workshops for Interface to leading architects across the UK, Europe and Middle East for 7 years.In this recently-recorded interview, he explains the connection between human-centric and biophilic design principles.This podcast was brought to you in association with Interface, proud sponsors of the Sustainability series of podcasts. For more information on Interface, please go to www.architec

مدرسه دیزاین


یادگیری مهارت های دیزاین و آشنایی بارشته‌های دیزاین محور DesignSchool "توصیه می‌شه از اپیزود اول و به ترتیب به پادکست‌ها گوش بدید"

Practice Disrupted with Evelyn Lee and Je'Nen Chastain

Evelyn Lee and Je'Nen Chastain // Gābl Media

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.

Graphic Design

Dhananjay Patne

All graphic design information and also about graphic design trend information.

Disneyland For Designers

AID Network

BE AWARE! Disney's NEWEST TRICK$ (To Get You To Spend More!!!)

Disneyland Has Some New Tricks To Get You To Spend More!!! And the name of the game seems to be CHARGING FOR THINGS THAT ONCE WE'RE FREE!!! Today we will go over 3 major things that have changed since Disneyland Reopened on Friday April 30th, 2021 and list of new tricks and charges that could be coming your way.
Disneyland For Designers Episode 82 Chapters - Disney's NEWEST TRICK$
00:00 - Disney’s Newest Tricks And How To Be Prepared For Them
01:07 - Supply & Demand Of Disneyland
03:04  - Taking Away Things That Were Once Free
04:20 - Paid Fast Pass AKA Lightning Lane Genie+
08:39 - Selling The Same Day Twice 15:06 - Selling You The Chance To Go Do To Disneyland For The Day
18:20 - What Will They Up Charge Next?  
27:22 - The Sad Reality Of How Disney Executives Created A Class System
If you enjoyed Disney's NEWEST TRICK$ PLEASE CONSIDER Supporting

Material Matters with Grant Gibson

Grant Gibson

Elaine Yan Ling Ng on eggshells.

Elaine Yan Ling Ng is a Hong Kong-based designer and innovator. She founded her own studio, The Fabrick Lab, in 2013, after stints working with the likes of Nissan and Nokia. Initially trained as a textile designer and weaver at London’s Central Saint Martins, her work encompasses traditional craft and cutting edge technology, with clients and collaborations ranging from Danish textile manufacturer Kvadrat to crystal company Swarovski, via UBS, and a group of traditional artisans in the Guizhou area of southern China. Most recently, she has been working with design brand, Nature Squared, on CArrele (pictured), a range of tiles made from waste, or to be more precise, eggshells. Elaine is a TED Fellow and has a fistful of design awards, including The Emerging Talent Award from Design Anthology, GGEF’s Eco Innovator Award, Swarovski’s Designer of the Future Award and Tatler’s Gen T Award.In this episode we chat about: making tiles from eggshells

Imagine a Place


Place matters and so does your journey.

In 2016, Amy Leigh Hufford stood on a stage in Chicago as she was handed the IIDA Interior Design Student of the Year Award. For those of us in the room for that moment, it would prove to be unforgettable … and you’re about to hear why.Amy’s an interior designer at Nelson Worldwide and to say she’s wise beyond her year would be a terrible understatement.  Through today’s conversation with Amy, you’ll take away three things: A load of inspiration on embracing your path no matter how rough that road is, you’ll think deeper about your role as an advocate in design, and how to explore our emotional connection with space in new ways.Click here to get your FREE copy of the Imagine a Place journal: Connect with Doug below: On Instagram: @Douglas_ShapiroOn LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/doshapiro/ By Email: dshapiro@ofs.comEmail Imagine a Place: imagineaplace@ofs.com

UX Collective

UX Collective

The State of UX in 2022

The past two years have felt like two decades — and the pandemic isn’t over yet.
From rethinking remote work policies to acknowledging the unintended impact of the products we build, designers in 2022 have a unique opportunity to rebuild our practice with a new perspective, incorporating all we’ve learned since the start of the pandemic.
Since we began publishing this yearly report eight years ago, we have challenged ourselves to discuss the design industry beyond visual and tech trends, taking an honest look at the things we need to improve as a field. After curating and sharing articles daily with more than 450k designers around the world, this year we wanted to focus on possibilities. This is the moment to recalibrate and reimagine what it means to be a designer, to design, and to be part of a design community.
Are you ready to rebuild?
Written by Fabricio Teixeira and Caio Braga. Published by the UX Collective. Narrated by Laur

OT: The Podcast

OT: The Podcast

EPISODE 130: Steve Corica (Sydney FC) plus why we need to stop spotting watches, and redemption for Franck Muller

Today we chat with veteran footballer and Head coach of Sydney FC, Steve Corica. We chat to Steve about the changing profile of football in Australia, what it's like to make the move from player to coach and how technology and science are changing the game. And given that Edifice is a fresh team sponsor, we chat about the importance of timing and the culture of footballers' watches. In other news, Andy must have been enjoying a spice-heavy diet recently, as he's full of hot takes. First up, he makes some strong arguments as to why watch spotting is played out and needs to fade away. From then on, we ponder just what it would take for Franck Muller to return to its early noughties glory (Felix is sceptical). This episode is sponsored by Edifice watches, find out more at Edifice Australia here. Want to be part of the OT: The Podcast community? Join our Discord! Hon

Revision Path

Maurice Cherry, Lunch

Omari Souza

February is our anniversary month, and we're kicking things off with an interview with design educator and researcher Omari Souza. Longtime listeners of the show may remember Omari's first appearance on Revision Path back in 2017, and let me tell you, a lot has changed in four years!We start off talking about Omari's latest venture, the State of Black Design conference, and he went into the ins and outs of organizing it, and even gave a sneak peek on what to expect from this year's event. He also spoke about teaching at Texas State University, his latest research focus, and the state of design education and how he's grown as a designer. Revision Path is proud to work with State of Black Design, so you can definitely expect to see more of Omari's contributions in the future!LinksOmari Souza's 2017 interviewOmari Souza on InstagramOmari Souza on LinkedInFor extended show notes, including a full transcript of this interview, visit revisionpath.com.==========28 Days

The Zibra Blog’s BEFORE AND AFTER Furniture Refinishing Podcast

The Zibra Blog

Highlighting and Protecting Wood in Your Pieces

تصميم كاست

Mosa Abosweilem

الشعارات الذكية واستخدام الرموز والالوان والخطوط في تصميمها

هل ترغب بتصميم شعار ذكي؟ شعار يحمل رمزية او دلالات تجعل منه شعاراً لا يقاوم؟هل تعرف ما تعنيه الرموز مثل الدائرة والمربع الهواء والماء الحيوانات والخطوط وغيرها من الرموز ومتى يجب استخدامها؟تحتوي هذه الحلقة الثرية والمفيدة على وسائل واساليب تمكنك من تصميم شعار ذكي متميز ويحمل معاني خفيةفالشعار يحكي قصة الشركة وقد لا يرتبط بنشاطها التجاري بشكل مباشر ولكنه لا بد ان يكون بصمةً غير قابله للتكرار تميز النشاط التجاري او الشخصي، ومن اجل تحقيق ذلك لا بد من التعرف على المعاني خلف الرموز وامكانيات تطبيقها وكيفية توظيفها بطريقة ذكية تجعل من الشعارات تتنفس بالحياة وتخلق التواصل مع من يشاهدها وتجكي قصة النشاط او قصة صاحبه او تاريخ النشاط او حدثاً مهماً كان السبب في نشأته، لا تفوت مشاهدة هذه الحلقة الرائعه من تصميم كاستلتقييم البودكاست وترك تعليقاتك وملاحظاتكhttps://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/tsmym-kast-4250198

Brave UX with Brendan Jarvis

The Space InBetween

Michaela Mora

Michaela Mora discusses the challenges of categorising race, why homogenous leadership is bad for businesses, and what UX researchers could learn from market research.
Highlights include:
⭐ Why do we care about and continue to categorise race?
⭐ How does knowing things like race and gender lead to better products?
⭐ What is the most important decision a researcher can make? 
⭐ How does the homogenous nature of boards & C-Suites affect design?
⭐ Why do UXers resist getting closer to ‘the business’?
Who is Michaela Mora?
Michaela is the Founder and President of Relevant Insights, a full-service market and UX research firm that’s on a mission to help companies make profitable business decisions based on outstanding research insights.
Prior to founding Relevant Insights in 2007, Michaela was the Market Research Director for Blockbuster Online ?, where she was responsible for both qualitative and quantitative

UX Methods

Lissy Torres

LissyT talks about the whats, whys, and hows of user experience methods, including best practices, tips, and tricks for the uninitiated and UX designers of any level. New episodes on the 15th and 30th of every month. Mostly... Submit questions or requests to hello@lissyt.com See show notes at lissyt.com/#uxmethods

The ResearchOps Podcast

ResearchOps Community

Episode 7: Lucy Sutton ResearchOps Specialist at the Department for Education, UK on disability and Re+Ops

In today's episode, Research Operations Specialist, Lucy Sutton talks about how ResearchOps can help researchers with disabilities, and we also talk about being a research operations specialist with a disability. Here is the transcript.



65- What does a market crash mean for design (and business) community?

The prices of tech companies have fallen dramatically. Facebook, Netflix, Google, Apple, and Amazon are all down between 20 and 80% since their record highs. Yikes. Everyone is freaking out. But why? How does a market crash affect companies and us working for them? How does this affect designers? In this Business Design Jam, we talked about: the recent (mini?) market crash in the tech sector, why Netflix’s stock price is down almost 80%, and what Netflix can (and plans to) do about it.   To read more about the profit tree, which was mentioned in the episode, check out this guide.

Method Podcast from Google Design

Google Design

The Method podcast profiles designers at Google, giving listeners an inside look at their journeys and design choices.

Ted Wells living : simple

Architecture, Design and Living : Simple

Atlas for the End of the World: Urbanization Joins Conservation

“It's the end of the world where we thought nature was an infinite resource and we could exploit it without consequence,” Professor Richard Weller says. By bringing urbanization and conservation together in the same study, the essays, maps, data, and artwork in this Atlas lay essential groundwork for the future planning and design of hotspot cities and regions as interdependent ecological and economic systems. Interview with Richard Weller, the Martin and Margy Meyerson Chair of Urbanism and Professor and Chair of Landscape Architecture at PennDesign. He teaches in three subject areas: advanced design studios at all scales, urban design history and theory, and historical and contemporary ideas of Nature.  

Design Lab with Bon Ku

Bon Ku

Ep 76: Designing Smell | Nancy E. Rawson

What is the relationship between smell and memory? Can our sense of smell improve our emotional health? Should a smell check be a part of our regular check-ups?
Nancy Rawson is Vice President of the Monell Chemical Senses Center, and holds a master’s degree in nutrition from the University of Massachusetts and a doctorate in biology from the University of Pennsylvania. Her career spans academia and industry, including a faculty position at the Monell Center studying how age and health impacts taste and smell, and various roles in the food and ingredient industries where she built research teams from the ground up and received awards for new product innovation. Since 2016, she has been at Monell, working to catalyze and manage Monell’s relationships with nearly 40 corporate partners and lead strategic and operational planning activities to support the Center’s growth and success. She continues to advance research into taste and sm

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?

Sound Method

Sound Method

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

UX Objective Podcast

Kirill Nagornych

The show for SaaS Founders, Designers and Product People

Inspired Design

Larj Media

Susan Marinello | Skyline Sanctuary

In this episode of Inspired Design, follow Susan Marinello up forty stories to the top of McKenzie Towers where you are met with a full 360-degree panoramic view of the beautiful Seattle Skyline. From a conference room designed with an acoustic trade trick, to specific seating height to maximize spatial awareness, every inch of this space was designed to make you feel like you are on top of the world. Learn about the design decisions that make this rooftop lounge more than just a pretty view. 

Shailey & Katie's Lemonade Stand: Design Moms Finding the Happy Balance as Work-from-home Entrepreneurs

Shailey Murphy and Katie Day

Two business-owning, work-from-home moms who are laughing their way through parenthood. Shailey Murphy: video producer, interior designer and mom of two. Katie Day: photographer, graphic designer, improviser, comedy writer for a late night talk show mom of 4.

The Productive Designer

Crystal Collinson

#0059 Brand Strategy To Build A Dream Interior Design Business with Mohammed Abdelghfar

Featured in this week’s episode of The Productive Designer, host Crystal Collinson interviews brand consultant and psychologist, Mohammed Abdelghfar.Crystal and Mo talk about brand strategy for interior designers and how to effectively position your interior design firm in the customers' minds. What questions you need to ask in order to gain clarity and focus to build your dream interior design brand. What it is that you do, that will ensure you build a long-lasting emotional relationship with customers that turns them into loyal ever advocating fans.Mo believes that branding begins with basic human design rather than seeing how to make money. Giving value to your clients on the human level enables you to resonate with them and help them efficiently. You need to build great client relationships to produce loyal fans and create more referrals as a service-based business.He emphasizes

Alternative Design

Kimball International

Welcome to the Alternative Design podcast, where we empower creatives to rethink space and how it's designed by inviting unlikely perspectives to the conversation. Whether we're exploring living probiotics for buildings or planning the first city to be constructed on Mars, we believe there is innovation to be found in the margins. Join us as we go deeper than the mainstream conversations and find an "alternative" way to design for a better human experience.

Experience Imagination: A Themed Entertainment Podcast by Falcon's Creative Group

Falcon's Treehouse, LLC

Welcome to 'Experience Imagination', a Themed Entertainment Podcast presented by Falcon's Creative Group. On this show, artists, engineers, filmmakers, and other creative professionals from in and around our design studio come together to tackle a new discussion topic every episode. When it comes to the latest trends, theories, and technologies, we’re diving into the deep end of the pool to shine a light on the modern revolution of themed attractions and entertainment experiences.

The Game Design Dojo Podcast

Brian McRae and Ike Herman: Indie Game Developers, Designers, Podcasters

GDD 026 : Limitless Production

Get more done in less time for lone wolf developers, hobbyists, large teams, and everything in between.
Listen now to Game Design Dojo Episode #026

A Podcast for Creatives

Michelle Hickey and Steve King

An audio experience for creatives and thinkers in all fields, including design, social media, music, writing and digital communication.

Service Design Podcast

Service Design Podcast

Service Design Global Conference 2021 coming soon

Next week the Service Design Global Conference 2021 will take place with again a great line-up! This years’ theme is ‘taking a stand’, we talked about the theme and other exciting stuff with two great people from the organising team: Ullah Jones and Agusta Callaway. Get excited about the conference and listen to the episode! Or let us convince you to still buy a ticket with a 25% discount (code: SDGC21_attendee_25%off)

Two Designers & A Builder Walk Into A Bar


#46 All About that Base

Foundation Base that is! We can't build a custom home without starting with a foundation. Todays guest, Matt Gray, owner of Anvil Engineering joined us to help us "get into the weeds" about different types of foundations, how to know what kind to use and what you need to get your home plans ready for engineering. Have an idea for the show? Email us at 2d1bbar@gmail.com or message us on Instagram. Subscribe to the show and share with your friends!

The Green Building Matters Podcast with Charlie Cichetti

Charlie Cichetti

Health & Wellbeing Consultant to the Government Fran Dean-Bishop

Fran Dean-Bishop believes the key to developing and maintaining a great workforce strategy is prioritizing the health and wellbeing of those within your company. She helps high growth organizations create sustainable, healthy workplaces and spaces to foster well being, resilience and increased productivity within their employees. As an award-winning founder and leader of a health and technology-driven organization, Fran’s goal is to help organizations design and execute strategic-integrated wellbeing programs to create thriving cultures & people.   Her expertise includes: Strategic Design|Creation of Work life Health & Corporate Wellness Programs Digital Health|Fitness|Wellness Content, Resources & LMS Creation Optimization of Employee Engagement Updating Legacy Health & Wellness Systems Management of Health-Wellness Facilities and Systems Occupational Health & Safety Programs Fostering Workplace Culture f

The Quickie - Interviews for Graphic Designers

Dave Hopkins

Episode 239 - Brennan Burling - Wildfire Creative Studio - Omaha, NE.

This weeks guest is Brennan Burling from Wildfire Creative Studio. He is a brand designer and strategist out of Omaha, NE. @wildfire_creative_studioDuring this episode we talk about:-how he grew up in a small town and graduated with the same 27 people he started Kindergarten with. -his rad 70year old Grandma learning photoshop. -how he originally was on the path to becoming an accountant.-how his first design job ever ended up being the most challenging time in his career. -a rebranding project he was a part of and why he is so proud of the project. -a cool tool that he uses when working out brand archetypes. Of course all that and so much more. Glad to have been able to connect with Brennan and hear about his journey to becoming a designer. And his rad Grandma too. 



Vol.134 デザインで「未来を民主化する」〜デザインフィクションが描く世界の姿



00:35 ハイブリッドなキャリアと近年の仕事 
04:08 コントラプンクトが取り組むサステナビリティの分野 
07:25 デザインで未来を民主化する 
12:01 グリーンな世界のためにデザイナーがすべき事 
15:34 未来の可能性を広げるためのデザインフィクション 
20:20 コントラプンクトフューチャーズ 
24:15 都市化現象を考える/ロンドンーケルンの物語 
31:54 理想の未来に近づくためのSF 
36:49 社会の創造性を解放するデザイン 
40:59 クリエイティブであり続けること 
45:04 リスナーへのメッセージと「問い」


Kontrapunkt エクゼクティブ・クリエイティブ・ディレクター。
ブランディングとデジタルアントレプレナーシップのバックグラウンドを持ち、持続可能でユーザーとブランドを中心としたデジタル製品および体験の構築を得意とする。Kontrapunkt参画以前は、デンマーク最大の銀行であるダンスケ銀行の史上最も重要な製品およびサービスであるMobilePayをユーザー体験中心に制作。2017年4月から1年半、 Kontrapunkt Japanのクリエイティブディレクターとして在籍。 あらゆる側面で、深く、広く、革新的な結果をもたらすよう、新たな境地を開拓している。

Dicing With Design: Role Playing, Wargaming, Card games & Board Game Design

DicingWithDesign.com | Colin, Joe & Grant

The Dicing with Design podcast is all about games design: how they're created, designed and played. We talk everything games design, from role playing games, to wargaming, to collectible card games, to board games, to video games. We'll dissect what makes a good game, and what makes a system terrible to play. We're planning to create out own game over the course of the podcast, designing live on-air, and alongside the games design chat, we'll be talking general gaming news and views. We play a lot so there's plenty to talk about! Check out our site at www.dicingwithdesign.com and get in touch with us there, or on twitter at @gamercolin @joejprince or @grantsensei . Let us know what you think!

The UX Intern

Wesley Noble

Katie Dill & Joe Rinaldi

The Make it in Design Podcast

Make it in Design

Make it in Design is home to one of the longest running online design schools in the world. We help creatives from across the globe thrive in the design industry. We love nothing more than to inspire creative people to follow their dreams, grow sustainable design businesses, and do what they love. We have created the Make it in Design podcast to bring our audience interviews with designers who have made bold moves and followed their hearts in order to thrive as creative professionals. The Make it in Design podcast is a place of curiosity and discovery, and we look forward to sharing this conversation with you!

LOST ANGELES with Host Laura Craven


Broadcast veteran and native Angeleno Laura Craven hosts this insider’s guide to the unique architecture of Los Angeles. With over a decade’s experience at a Malibu-based premier architecture firm, Laura knows the insiders who are dedicated to the preservation of Southern California’s rich architectural history. Guests include architects, designers, architectural photographers, engineers and conservationists.   LOST ANGELES connects you to the stories and the community of people behind LA’s mid-century modern masterpieces, 1920’s Spanish Revivial properties, Art Deco treasures, retro-futuristic renovation projects and every other style unique to the city’s landscape. Stay tuned for all new monthly episodes!

Design Review

Design Review

Episode 102 - The Art (and Design) of Working Remotely

This week, Jon and Chris talk about the ins and outs of working remotely. We've all had to deal with this in some form and we give you the tips and helpful info that can turn your bedroom table into a remote working powerhouse! Listen in for another insightful episode! (Hadouken!!)


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Mar Iam

انعزال عن العالم

اول تجربة بودكاست

Creative Boom

Creative Boom

Venessa Scott on discovering her superpower & why she's finally proud to call herself an artist

Venessa Scott is a Manchester-based prolific artist and a specialist in creative education whose reputation and artistic practice have grown significantly in recent years, leading to two commissions for Blue Peter, one of which involved her designing a Blue Peter badge.

Venessa is also behind one of the UK's tallest murals, celebrating the pioneering work of Sylvia Pankhurst. She's won awards, become a Great Mancunian – which is a local project by Manchester College to celebrate people who have had a significant cultural and creative impact on the City of Manchester and its surrounding areas – and has been appointed as an official ambassador for The Pankhurst Centre.

But despite all this success, Venessa has gone through unimaginable suffering and loss of late. Even for this podcast, she told us of further sadness. But as always, she is positive



Tiny Houses

Pimped-out tiny houses have been popping up all over the country.The movement seems like a natural fit for Kiwis, harking back to our rural roots, but does that extend to urban settings?In the final Superfad episode, hosts Laura Walters and Katie Kenny move in to a tiny house on the prarie. They learn how its owner and builder pieced it together for a mere $8000. They also discuss the fad with a young Wellingtonian who is happily living, and working, in a shipping container by the sea. But even he admits its not all idyllic in tiny house living, so while political leaders are largely behind the craze it's unlikely we'll see the kinds of legal changes needed to make tiny houses a big part of the solution to New Zealand's housing crisis.Read more about the tiny house craze on the Superfad page on Stuff.And join the Superfad Facebook group to share your thoughts on this trend, and others.Katie and Laura are hosting Facebook live videos each Monday, where they will a

InEx: a show about inclusive design

Matt May

A series of interviews with experts in the field of inclusive design and product equity, hosted by Matt May.

The Jewellers Podcast

The Jewellery Industry Summit

Precious Moments, turned Precious Designs.

Her designs come from indepth discussions with her clients about their lives, their loves and their breakthroughs. And what a women to understand these challenges! Laura Moore and Brett Low chat to Nicole Winkler about her amazing business in the Australian Jewellery Industry.

Hammer it Forward

Matt & Chrisi

Episode 4

The Hammers are back in the studio for another great episode.  This week they continue discussing their experiences with divorce and reflect on what they learned through the expereince.

Building the Future: Green Building in the New Millennium

Sustainable Homes of the Future

Building Electrification: Existing Building Retrofits

Picking up where we left off last episode...today's electrification deep dive takes us inside the mind of a designer or contractor looking to swap out gas furnaces and water heaters for all-electric systems and appliances. But wait - there are a few things to consider before signing on the dotted line: insulation, ducts, and breaker boxes, just to name a few!
Did you know that until just a few years ago it was actually illegal to build a home in CA without hooking up to natural gas?! What environmental, social, and public health benefits could we achieve with nationwide adoption of all-electric buildings? Listen to find out!
Show Sponsor - www.sustainablehomesofthefuture.com
Contact Host - info@shfbuild.com


Show Notes:
Electrify Everything - https://www.vox.com/2016/9/19/12938086/electrify-everything
Redwood Energy - https://redwoodenergy.

The RepcoLite Home Improvement Show

Dan Hansen & Hailey Johnson

RepcoLite's weekly radio show focusing on color, design, paint, and projects . . . as well as plumbing, roofing, yard care, flooring and more. If it makes your house a better place to be, we're talking about it on air!

The Landscape Nerd


A place to nerd out about landscape architecture and design. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelandscapenerd/support

Inclusive Designers Podcast

Inclusive Designers Podcast

In the relatively new and constantly evolving field of designing for human health, there is a need for access to the most current information and resources. This Podcast provides a forum for Inclusive Designers to exchange ideas, discuss design considerations, and share solutions for the challenges they face in creating healthy environments for people living with certain human conditions.  Fact: 1-in-4 Americans have some sort of “disability” … these can include issues associated with Aging; Alzheimers; Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD); Autism; brain injuries; cognitive disabilities; paraplegia; PTSD; and visual acuity, to name just a few.  This series looks at the biological aspects of both home and office environments to discover ways to make them healthier using methods such as movement, biophilia, sound, and lighting. It tackles topics such as universal design; health and design for the homeless; and city living. In addition, it addresses matters of environmental overall health, such as the dangers of furniture off gassing; resins; and electric magnetic fields (EMFs).  The aim of this podcast is to fill the gap among designers who create environments for health and well-being, and to establish a collaborative forum for discussing these ideas. And when appropriate, some episodes may even include a little fun.

A Blooming Good Time Podcast with Crowley House

Beth Syphers, Rilley Syphers, Emma Dixon

What's Trending?

We are all constantly shown new trends and styles, especially when planning for a wedding.  In this episode, we dive deep into this years trends, and how to be unique in your style, but is having a "Pinterest worthy" wedding actually what makes it a success in the end?   Instagram @abloominggoodtimepodcast@crowleyhouseYoutube@crowleyhouseflowerfarmMovie mentions:2019 Little Women2020 Emmawww.hosstools.com

appendix ndp

Nathan Paoletta

Appendix ndp is an appendix to the ongoing work of game designer, independent publisher and graphic artist Nathan D. Paoletta. Each episode is organized loosely around topics in tabletop RPG design, design theory, publishing, and anything else that comes up. Visit ndpdesign.com for all of my games, zines, and other podcast projects!

Verwondering met Harald Dunnink

Momkai / Dag en Nacht Media

De podcast over design waar je beter van gaat kijken. Harald Dunnink spreekt in Verwondering met ontwerpers en ondernemers. Samen verkennen zij wat een ontwerp goed maakt. Want door samen beter te kijken, ga je meer zien. Harald is de oprichter van strategisch designbureau Momkai. Als mede-oprichter van De Correspondent en HYMN weet hij hoe je een merk neerzet en de ervaring voor leden tot in detail ontwerpt. Het NRC over de podcast: “Goed voorbereid, maar het kan ook lekker afdwalen.” Alles wat er wordt besproken kun je terug zien op verwondering.com

On Margins

Craig Mod

W. David Marx — The Culture of Fashion in Japan

W. David Marx and I talk about his book Ametora, Japanese culture, and books in translation. Full transcript is available online: https://craigmod.com/onmargins/s02e03/ Noted:   Ametora: How Japan Saved American Fashion AMETORA(アメトラ) 日本がアメリカンスタイルを救った物語 Néojaponisme @wdavidmarx on Twitter A Bathing Ape Takes a Final Bath Brift H shoe shine master David’s recent writing about obscurity in the Internet Age Scarcity Makes the Heart Grow Fonder - early nytimes piece on BAPE, David quoted American Truck Simulator  

Design Oracles

Dianne Kett & Amity Worrel

Design Oracles is a podcast for anyone interested in residential architecture and interior design.  Two design professionals, Dianne Kett, Architect, and Amity Worrel, Interior Designer, explore and share topics from working with design professionals to how to avoid or embrace design trends, to discussions of design periods in history.  We are here to educate, pontificate and evangelize about the subject of residential interior design.  We invite the student, the home owner the curious and those seeking knowledge to join us, The Oracles, in a discussion of all things related to homes, home design, decorating and architecture. Do not forget to email your questions the Design Oracles if you have anything you would like us to answer or reveal! www.studiodk.com www.amityworrel.com www.amitykett.com

UX Untamed Podcast

Julieth Fajardo (she/her)

UX Untamed podcast is a space dedicated to new folks coming into the field of tech as UX Designers. The main idea is to share the different journeys, points of view and stories of other designers already in the field. My name is Julieth Fajardo, I'm a Colombian, queer woman living in Vancouver for the past 13 years. After 10 years working in retail management, I took the decision of changing fields and careers into UX design. Now I work as a UX Designer in the public sector, I do mentorships via ADPlist and I want to inspire and empower other designers to follow their passion.

The Craft Project

Raphaëlle Le Baud

#68 Homo Faber, l'excellence sans frontières

Bienvenue à Venise. Je suis Raphaëlle Le Baud et aujourd’hui je vous propose une émission spéciale de votre podcast pour vous faire visiter les yeux fermés l’édition 2022 de l’exposition Homo Faber, organisée par la Michelangelo Foundation.

Cette exposition a lieu tous les deux ans et souhaite réunir les œuvres des plus grands artisans d’art d’Europe mais aussi, cette année du Japon.
15 salles ont été confiées à 22 curators de renommée internationale pour mettre en scène les métiers d’art à la lumière de leur propre vision artistique, de leur propre relation à la matière et au savoir-faire.

Homo Faber est une exposition spectaculaire. Des centaines de milliers de visiteurs ont pu découvrir des centaines d’objets réalisés par des centaines d’artisans d’exception du monde entier. J’aimerais vous parler aussi de la partie invisible du travail de la Michelangelo Foundation pour créer un réseau internation


Miaowa Pengpengche


Ramblings of a Designer podcast

Laszlo Lazuer & Terri Rodriguez-Hong

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Diseño y Diáspora

Mariana Salgado

315. Enseñar diseño en contexto (Trinidad y Tobago/ EEUU). Una charla con Lesley- Ann Noel

Lesley- Ann Noel es profesora de diseño en la Universidad de Carolina del Norte, en Estados Unidos. Ella nos cuenta en esta charla como se puede usar el proceso de diseño en la educación primaria. Eso fue parte de su investigación de doctorado. También hablamos de la curricula de diseño y lo importante de enseñar diseño contextualizado. Según Lesley-Ann los alumnos de diseño necesitan un sentido crítico muy profundo y para desarrollar ese sentido y la confianza en sí mismos ella propone una curricula de diseño panafricana. Es necesario incluir miradas y las personas del sur, con nuestras miradas particulares, podemos aportar a la construcción de curriculas de diseño inclusivas y contextualizadas. 
Hablamos también de un proceso de diseño entre jóvenes y policías, donde lo importante no es tener un resultado innovador, sino el proceso en sí mismo. 
Esta entrevista es

A Lens A Day - Conversations about Information Architecture

Dan Brown

Quick conversations about different topics in information architecture. Guests chat with Dan Brown of EightShapes about distinct perspectives they use when doing information architecture work.

Chasing Creative

Ashley Brooks and Abbigail Kriebs

Chasing Creative is all about how everyday people can make creativity a priority in their daily lives. We're talking to regular people who have insights and action steps you can take TODAY to make your creative plans happen. Whether you’re squeezing creative pursuits into your kids' naptimes or in the evening after working a 9-5, we're here to give you the inside scoop on how regular people are chasing creative.

Incomplet Design History

Amanda Horton

The nature of history is that it is never “complete”, new information is gained every day that changes our understanding an interpretations of history. The mission of Incomplete Design History is to explore areas of graphic design history that are overlooked or ignored; to expand our knowledge in the field and to include all sides of the story. Incomplete design history seeks to be inclusive, inclusive not only of people but of ideas and technologies that advance the field of graphic design. History is messy. History is incomplete.

Design & Other Fun Stuff

Michael Huber AIA LEED AP

Podcast interviews/discussions relating to architecture, design and other fun stuff.

Sway Podcast

Jarrett Fuller and Rory King

Episode 21: Quite frankly, I don't know what they're expecting

After a long haitus, we are back with a new episode about the pros and cons of working in-house. We look at our own careers and the work we’ve done and how our opinions of in-house design jobs have changed since graduating. Links from this episode are available at this-is-sway.tumblr.com.

Service Lab

Service Lab London

Service Lab is a podcast featuring talks given by leading service designers on their work and experiences. Our speakers include people like the Head of Service Design at GDS or Head of Product at UsTwo. And our talks range from case studies on online services to masterclasses on ethnography.


Natasha Galvão


In Detail

Kate FitzGerald + Warwick Mihaly + Mick Moloney

S02E12 - Epilogue

Fire up your retrospectoscopes as we look back at our favourite stuff from Season 2 and jump into questions and comments from our listeners.

In Detail is hosted by Warwick Mihaly, Kate FitzGerald and Mick Moloney 
Find us: www.indetail.show 
Twitter: @indetailshow 
Mail: indetail.show@gmail.com 
Big thanks to our sponsors Architeam and Streamtime

Jewelry Connoisseur

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.

The Logo Geek Podcast

Ian Paget

Creating, Marketing and Selling NFTs with Scotty Russell

This episode is sponsored by The Perfect Match, a game where designers submit mood boards created using Adobe Stock assets. If your skilful project is chosen, you will be featured on Adobe's monthly live streaming game show with other talented designers, art directors, and creatives, where the winner goes home with $1000!

The Interior Design Business


And The Nominations Are...

Interior designers are always looking for ways to showcase their work and gain recognition from a wider audience, but this is not always easy to achieve. Getting editorial coverage in glossy magazines can be tricky and Instagram has become a seriously crowded place. But what about winning interior design awards?
Will winning a recognised design award bring about the desired rise in profile? Or does the cost and effort of entering outweigh the benefits? And in a space crowded with design award schemes, how can you tell which ones are the real deal? 
We're joined by two multi-award-winning practitioners, May Fawzy of specialist workplace design practice MF Design Studio and Matt Freeman, Senior Associate at Goddard Littlefair and President-Elect of the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID), to talk about how they go about entering, and more importantly, winning interio

The Handsome Frank Illustration Podcast

Handsome Frank

Join us as we catch up with the illustrators we work with on a daily basis.

This is The Goods

Mike Rowe 👨‍🔧

E09.4 - How Herman Demmink prepared for the world's first Spartan Games

This is the final episode of this special 4 part series. 
In this series we go behind the scenes of The Spartan Games and deconstruct how Herman Demmink prepared for one of the most extreme fitness competitions on Earth in just 72 hours.
If you like this series, please pass it on.
Sharing with a friend will help keep The Goods ad-free.
Find more at thisisthegoods.com
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How You Create

How You Create

Designing Generative NFT Art with Jeremy Booth

Jeremy Booth is a creative illustrator whose work focuses on commercial, editorial, and mural illustrations. His philosophy is to create bold illustrations that communicate well and are hard to forget. He has worked with brands such as Amazon, Slack, Warby Parker, Orange, ADP, Charles Schwab, CNES, Invision, and many more. And now he works full-time as a product illustrator for Coinbase.Most recently, Jeremy has been designing a new generative NFT art project called Bushidos. It is an 8,888 NFT samurai that defends the Ethereum blockchain from centralization and FUD. Jeremy and his team have been an active community and shares his learning from building his own collection and NFT community. The NFTs will be minted in October of 2021. Join their discord community for more information on how to participate –– https://www.bushidos.io5nZWVTr48fUbeMy8zPGU

The Design Dialogues

Design Anthology

A series of conversations from Design Anthology with the world’s most interesting and innovative designers, working across interiors, architecture, furniture, product and industrial design

Architecture is Political

Melissa Daniel

Architecture and Politics with Chris Daemmrich

Chris Daemmrich was born and raised in Austin, Texas, on Tonkawa land. He studied architecture and political science on Chitimacha, Choctaw and Houma land at Tulane University of Louisiana in New Orleans, graduating with an M.Arch and a B.A. in political science in 2017. Chris has worked in a wide range of architectural, development, advocacy, political and research organizations including Wisznia, Colloqate, the American Institute of Architects and the US Census Bureau. He serves on the boards of NOMA Louisiana and the Association for Community Design, is a co-facilitator of the Architecture Lobby’s Racial Justice Working Group and a co-facilitator of Emergent Grounds in Design Education. In his teaching at the Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design Thinking at Tulane University and through the Collaborative Design Workshop, his design justice research, advocacy and education practice, Chris participates in reparative,

High Resolution

Bobby Ghoshal, Jared Erondu

A Talk at AIGA: Designers, make this ONE mindset change in 2018 to drive massive business value

Our co-host, Bobby, was an opening speaker at AIGA Conference 2017. Bobby breaks down why the design industry has lost touch with customers and how specialized roles in design continue to fuel the problem. He also offers a mindset change to help your business in a BIG way this year. Join us.

AIGA is the profession's oldest and largest professional membership organization for design, AIGA advances design as a professional craft, strategic advantage, and vital cultural force.

Bobby Ghoshal is the co-host of High Resolution and co-founder of Candid Co.

Faith Led Interior Design Show | Luxury Interior Design on Any Budget

Sheree Douglas, ASID, CID | Interior Designer | Home Interior | Interior Decoration | Living Room Design | Bedroom Design | Kitchen Design | Bathroom Design | Home Remodeling

A podcast that shows you how to easily address your interior design challenges and have an affordable luxury home in your own unique style without losing your sanity! Are you frustrated and unsure about how to improve the interior of your home? Are you embarrassed to entertain guests because your home doesn't feel like you or fit you, much less your social circle? If so, you're in the right place. Welcome to Faith Led Interior Design Show! I'm the host, Sheree Douglas, an ASID Professional and Certified Interior Designer with over 30 years of experience in the industry. "By wisdom, a house is built, and by understanding, it is established; by knowledge the rooms are filled with all precious and pleasant riches". Proverbs 24:3-4 In the show, I help you establish your interior design personality and your furniture style or styles, taking you from decision overload to decisive regret-free action. I help you learn professional interior design secrets that will assist you in avoiding costly mistakes and regrets. I discuss simple design hacks, tips, tricks, and practices because I want to make it easier for you to have your own luxury interior and on your budget. I've designed everything from high-end luxury homes to my kids' dorm rooms. I love designing and helping people beautify their surroundings. As a woman of faith, I base interior design on the premise that YOU are the art of your home. You'll be relieved to learn how to transform your home into a place that is uniquely yours, excites you, nurtures your soul, and adds value to you and your family. Plus, you'll be able to start creating an interior design plan and you will quickly discover that that strategy is the secret sauce. The result is a much better design that is specific to your style and that ushers you in to your lifestyle destiny. So if you're looking for short, actionable episodes to get you started on designing the home that mirrors your amazing self and within your budget, this show is for you. Get ready for a life change. Let's start with your own homes. Subscribe now, and don't miss an episode. Learn more at www.dcdouglasinteriors.com Connect With Me: Email // shereedouglas@gmail.com IG // dcdouglasinteriors Pinterest // dcdouglasinteriors Facebook Page // dcdouglasinteriorsinc Linkedin // shereedouglas

The Building Science Podcast

Positive Energy

If you're a human being and you live indoors, this podcast is more relevant to your life than you probably ever knew. Exploring the ways building science helps humans thrive in the built environment.

Doja Cat Playist


Doja Cat Playist (Trailer)

The Profitable Graphic Designer

Kady Sandel

Welcome to The Profitable Graphic Designer Podcast. My name is Kady Sandel, and this podcast was brought to you by Aventive Academy – an online business education platform that helps brand, graphic, and web designers get more clients, increase their pricing, and build a profitable design business. You can find out more about starting and growing your freelance design business at aventiveacademy.com


Relay FM

123: Finale

A look back at the topics, trends, and guests that defined the Presentable in this final episode of the podcast.

Creative Capes

Future London Academy

Listen to relaxed conversations with inspiring creatives and innovators from around the world. Hear their stories, mistakes they have made on the way and opinions on what's going on in the industry. Get inspired!

Design Hive


Design Hive, from Stantec’s Buildings group, features conversations with experts and thought leaders on the design trends shaping the sustainable, equitable, and resilient communities of today and tomorrow.


Urbanize Media

Vince Bertoni: How to Plan the City of Angels

In the season finale of CitySpeak, Los Angeles City Planning Director Vince Bertoni shares some of the joys and challenges of running one of the largest urban planning organizations in the nation.

UX Like Us

Roman Bercot & Larry King

Navigating the Post-Pandemic UX Job Market - UX Like Us - S2E29

As the pandemic recedes, unprecedented numbers of employees seek new jobs that better suit the new reality of work-from-anywhere. And as the economy recovers, companies need to fill roles put on hold or eliminated during the COVID-19 crisis.
The result is frenetic UX jobs market as pent-up demand for talent meets workers ready to find their next gig. But despite lots of opportunities, locking in the perfect role remains a challenge even for UX-famous designers. In our season 2 finale, Larry and Roman discuss the Great Resignation and expand on thoughts Dan Saffer recently shared about his work search.
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What is UX?

Pek Pongpaet

S5E3 An Interview with Tessa Rodes, Senior Design Manager at IBM

Tessa Rodes joined the very first cohort of IBM Design Bootcamp in 2013, and since then has seen the design organization and company grow and evolve into a truly design-led system. She has reviewed 100s of portfolio applications in the 8.5 years of IBM Design, and has strong opinions about both what makes a great portfolio and what NOT to bother with. She launched the initial version of the product IBM Cloud and has worked to ensure quality, consistency and differentiating features ever since.In this episode, we talked about:How did Tessa get into designIBM design BootcampTessa’s role at IBM CloudTips on what makes a good portfolio?Importance of cover letter in the application processIBM’s interview and hiring processHow pandemic affects IBM operation and current workplace environmentAnd much MORE!Links:https://www.ibm.com/design/https://www.linkedin.com/in/tessarodes/ 

Future of StoryTelling

Future of StoryTelling

Nonny de la Peña

To learn more, visit https://www.futureofstorytelling.org/story/nonny-de-la-pena-ep-64--© 2022 Future of StoryTelling, Corp.Produced by Future of StoryTelling, Corp.124 West 13th StreetNew York, NY 10011Founder and CEO, Charles MelcherExecutive Producer, Carolyn MerrimanProducer, Sarah Vitakin collaboration with Charts & LeisureFounder, Jason OberholtzerExecutive Producer, Mike RugnettaEditor, Garrett Crowe Mix and Music, Michael SimonelliWith special thanks to Stephen Smith, Marina Kay, Fred Kolouch, Bonnie Eldon, Shannon Fanuko, Meghal Janardan, and Megan Worman.

Take Note

Ted Walker & Adam Webb

Take Note is a podcast and a blog about paying attention and keeping a notebook and occasionally Kong: Skull Island.

Interior Design Magazine Podcast

Interior Design

Introducing Design Nerds Anonymous from ThinkLab

Introducing Design Nerds Anonymous, the podcast that sparks curiosity at the intersection of business and design, from ThinkLab and SANDOW. Learn more about the show and what to expect this season with your hosts Amanda Schneider and Hannah Viti, then subscribe to Design Nerds Anonymous.
Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/design-nerds-anonymous/id1534887549
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/176AnyHHZxQ0eISWXcr2TV
Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/interior-design-magazine-podcast/design-nerds-anonymous/e/78628668
For more about Design Nerds Anonymous, visit insights.thinklab.design/podcast-design-nerds-anonymous-trailer
To learn more about ThinkLab, visit thinklab.design.

Design is Everywhere

Design Museum Everywhere

City Planning: A Conversation with Urban3 and unPlanned

What does it mean to design better city planning and what does that look like? On this week’s episode, we learn about how cities have been designed. Sam is joined by Joe Minicozzi, the Principal of Urban3 and an urban planner imagining new ways to think about and visualize land use, urban design, and economics. Joe talks about the way cities have and have not been designed and the tax implications of city design. Later on in the show, they are joined by Sam Seidel, host of unPlanned, a video podcast about cities and how they work. Together, they talk about how cities have changed since Covid and what Sam has gleaned from his show “unPlanned.”
For links to resources we discuss on this episode, visit our show page:
City Planning: A Conversation with Urban3 and unPlanned

Sew Much More

Ceil DiGuglielmo

An interview style podcast with people in the Custom Home Furnishings industry.

Dear Handmade Life

Dear Handmade Life

138: Brand-aligned Content

What if instead of thinking of social media as an obligation, you thought of it as an opportunity that allowed you to connect with your ideal customer and have fun? It’s possible! In today’s episode Content Strategist & Creative Director Gabriella Layne-Avery shares the techniques, mindset and insight you need to transform your relationship with social media into something that serves your business, your community and you.

AIGA Design Podcasts

AIGA, the professional association for design

Design Adjacent with Regina Bain on preserving a legacy, musical storytelling, clown class, and what it means to listen and respond

Regina Bain is the Executive Director of the Louis Armstrong House Museum (LAHM). She is an artist, leader, facilitator and program designer with over 16 years of experience building non-profit capacity for organizational growth. Before joining LAHM, she served as Associate Vice President of the Posse Foundation. Posse is a national leadership and college access program which helps to send teams of students or “Posses” to top colleges and universities. Regina is committed to social justice. She facilitates and trains others to facilitate conversations on social identity, leadership and group dynamics. She is currently the co-chair of Culture @3’s anti-racism subcommittee. She serves on the national advisory council of Urban Bush Women (UBW). UBW is a dance company that galvanizes artists, activists and audiences through performances, artist deve

Break Some Dishes

Imagine a Place Productions

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Closer&Closer Podcast

Andrea Mejia-Madriz & Dave Arcade

Emma Tucker of Creative Review

Emma Tucker is the Deputy Editor at Creative Review, meaning she has her finger on the pulse of everything and anything going on in the creative industries. Not only that, but she has experience in the ad world and as a freelancer. Some may say she’s an expert on all things creative.
Hosted by Dave Arcade & Andrea Mejia-Madriz.
Podcast Art by Dave Coleman.
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To learn more about Closer&Closer, visit www.closerandcloser.co.
Follow us on Instagram @closerandcloserco!

Creative Characters


David Sheldon-Hicks

Dune. Blade Runner 2049. Spider-Man: Far from Home. Avengers: Endgame. Ready Player One. If you’ve seen any of these big-name blockbusters (along with many others), then you’ve seen the work of this week’s guest: David Sheldon-Hicks, Founder and Executive Creative Director at Territory Studio, a design firm that specializes in VFX and graphics for the entertainment industry. David sits down with his schoolmate Phil Garnham, Creative Type Director at Monotype, for an inside look at moviemaking, managing a creative studio, and how type and design contribute to believable world-building on the screen.

Better Experiences


The Better Experiences Podcast is for those who believe the experiences we design can create a better world. The podcast will feature a diverse group of great thinkers and doers who approach their work with openness, bravery, and profound intention - leading their organizations to improve the experiences they deliver to the people they serve. Amy Heymans, Co-Founder and Chief Experience Officer of Mad*Pow will host intimate conversations with inspiring individuals from across the fields of design, experience, strategy, innovation and transformation. Discussions will cover the challenges and opportunities we face in shaping the products, services, systems and cultures we design to be both good for people and good for business.

Healthcare Interior Design 2.0


It’s a new world. What happens now in the healthcare and hospital space when infectious disease control is on the minds of billions of people? How will hospitals, senior living communities and their designers respond? What new protocols in the built environment will be implemented to help patients, their families, caretakers and clinical staff stay safe? With compassion and curiosity, host Cheryl Janis, interviews the world’s top wellness leaders and healthcare design professionals who answer these questions and more. Tune in and stay current on best practices, protocols and innovations. #knowledgeispower💪🏽

Inside Shopify UX

Lola Oyelayo-Pearson

The evolution of buyer experiences for Shop

Host and UX director Lola Oyelayo-Pearson speaks with Senior UX Managers Katarina Batina and Matt Griffin about the development of Shop and Shop Pay.   

Shopify is building the future of commerce, but who are the people building it? The Inside Shopify UX podcast introduces some of the leaders and crafters on our UX team and asks them to explain the big commerce problem their team is trying to solve, and gives the real talk on some of the industry's challenges and questions.    

Listen to learn more about the complex UX challenges our team is solving and how we're making it easier for entrepreneurs to thrive.    

Join us: shopify.com/careers/ux    

Credits: Produced by Jen Shaw, UX Communications and Marketing
Assisted by Isabelle Hamel Carassi, Merchant Services Coordinator
Edited by Michael Busse, Technical Production Op

Convo By Design®

Josh Cooperman

Convo By Design® is a podcast dedicated to promoting the ideas of architects, artists, designers, tastemakers, and those making a difference in the way we live. Design is personal as is a good conversation. Copyright © Fusion Media Management, Inc. 2013-2021 All rights reserved.

The Paper Fold

The Paper Fold

Rosanna Kvernmo of Shorthand

Hold onto your undated planners everyone, Rosanna is here, and my, does she have a lot to spill! When I last checked in with her, pre-pandemic, the founder of this letterpress brand and Los Angeles shop had just lost her husband and co-founder Joel to brain cancer, leaving their 18-month-old  daughter Judith behind as well.  Our stationery community is such that we rallied around Rosanna from around the nation however we could, but it was Rosanna's fortitude and mindset that enabled her to triumph. Not only has Rosanna survived, she and Shorthand have thrived, with the latter growing according to the traditional definition of a corporation — "work being done by a group of people that cannot be achieved by an individual" — and she proudly and stably employs an ever-growing team of LA gig-economy creatives. Shorthand also has a new official name as well as its largest release  ever this summer, exhibiting at the Dallas and Atlanta markets

The Modern Architect

The Modern Architect Podcast

The Modern Architect Radio Show and Podcast features renowned architects, builders, game-changers and civic leaders committed to better cities, communities and lives.

Points of View by Cultured Magazine

Cultured Magazine


In today’s episode—live 2/26 at On Air Fest 2022—I sat down with Taja Cheek, a Brooklyn-born and based experimentalist and multi-instrumentalist, composer, and curator, also known as L'Rain. We chat about her second album, Fatigue, career transitions, tour rituals, hidden talents, growing up in New York & learning to put music & her passion first. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Big Question: an IDEO Podcast


How Might We Tap InTo Latin America’s Future Digital Designers? with Alejandra Dancuart, Colectivo23 Product Owner, and Nathan Paterson, IDEO Director

COVID-19 hit the entire world hard, but it has been detrimental to certain communities in a very specific way: The isolation and educational interruption widened pre-existing skills gaps, making it tougher to stay competitive. That is the case in Latin America, which has seen its digital skills gap expand.

The global issues we face require global solutions, making it more important than ever to cultivate the next generation of designers and their unique perspectives from all corners of the globe. Latin America is no exception: It’s home to a wealth of potential digital design talent that needs to be nurtured and directed.

In this episode, we talk with Alejandra Dancuart—Product Owner at Colectivo 23, part of Intercorp Group and an online learning hub for professionals who want to develop their digital s

The Sew Much More Podcast: 30 Minutes With Workroom Tech

Ceil DiGuglielmo and Susan Woodcock: Custom Workrooms

WRT 57 - Learning about Linings with Taylor Angel

See more about today’s topic on Susan’s Workroom Tech Blog.   30 Minutes with Workroom Tech is brought to you by Workroom Tech   You can contact Susan at susan@workroomtech.com and Ceil at ceilwdi@gmail.com

It’s about time

IBM Design

Brought to you by IBM Design, and hosted by Nigel Prentice, It’s about time, explores the experiences that unite us as creatives and divide us by race across the design industry so that together we can make sense of where we are, how we got here, and what we’re going to do about it.


Stamen Design

Behind every beautiful visualization, there is a human bringing their unique experiences into the final piece. PLN8 (pronounced pollinate) is a monthly podcast where we dive deep with people on the trials and triumphs that led them to where they are today, lauding the projects and practices that turn our heads towards patterns and stories uniquely told through visual media.

Almost Married: Everything You Need to Know to Plan Your Dream Wedding

Almost Married: Everything You Need to Know to Plan Your Dream Wedding

Planning the biggest and most important day of your life can be daunting to say the least. How do you choose the perfect dress that will look timeless in your photos for all the years to come? How much should you spend on a caterer? Do you need to have an open bar? Where do you even start with figuring out seating arrangements and table settings? Whether you are doing everything yourself, or are fortunate to have a planner help along the way, this podcast is for you. Almost Married is hosted by highly sought-after wedding planner Aly Armstrong who will walk you through everything you need to know before you say 'I do'. Each week, Aly will have a new wedding industry guest on her show to give you the best insight on all the tips, tricks, and trends so you can have the wedding of your dreams.

Design System Office Hours

Davy Fung + PJ Onori

Ep 2: Design Technologists

Welcome to our second episode! We have Ayesha Mazrana (@AyeshaKMaz) a Design Technologist at Pinterest, talking about her role, how she works with design and engineering, and how she's found success working on a Design Systems team with PJ.
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Future of the American City

Office for Urbanization

Sara Zewde

Sara Zewde is a landscape architect and founding principal of Studio Zewde, a landscape, urban design, and public art practice based in New York City. She joins Charles Waldheim to discuss her recent work as well as her research following Frederick Law Olmsted’s reporting in the antebellum South.

SAID - Something About Interior Designers


Linda Kafka + Mike Peterson: Talk Science in Design

Linda Kafka + Mike Peterson: Meet the design industry folks behind the upcoming virtual Science in Design Summit, why now is the time to bring information about the convergence of science and design to the forefront, and why architects and designers should take advantage of what science and medicine tells us- that good design improves health! Go here for more details: https://visionarydesignmarketing.com/science-in-design-summit/



Root and Ritual — Becca Piastrelli

There are a lot of things wrong with the way we live our lives. While the average American spends 90 percent of their day indoors, we continue to feel completely disconnected from our food sources, and are lonelier than ever, especially in light of this pandemic. My guest Becca Piastrelli, author of a new book Root & Ritual, believes we can offset some of this modern angst by “rewilding” and reclaiming the natural part of ourselves. Becca is a friend, writer, speaker, ancestral folk medicine keeper, and women’s group facilitator. I’m thrilled to share her journey and work with you!In this episode, Becca describes how she grew up with an ache of unbelonging, and an inner knowledge that there had to be more to life than what she was taught by her family and the patriarchal, convenience-driven society within which she was raised. Acknowledging that change is very difficult, she shares her thoughts on connecting with our ancestry, navigating th

The Urban Planner's Podcast

Gigi The Planner

This podcast is for urban planners, urban planning students and those interested in the topic of urban planning. The purpose of this show is to have a candid conversation about the ins and out of urban planning; discuss controversial topics relating to urban planning, and much much more. Gisla Augustin, the Founder/CEO of GiGi The Planner LLC provides content each week related to topics of all things urban planning and otherwise.

Interior Design with Margaret Rose

East Coast Radio

This podcast series aims to help give you inspiration to make your home a haven of colour, smells and functionality so that you can get on with living your best life. It's presented by Mags of Margaret Rose Interiors.