99% Invisible

Roman Mars

474- The Punisher Skull

The Punisher has always been a complicated Marvel antihero: a man whose creator imagined him as a reaction to the failures of government at home and in the Vietnam War. So why is the Punisher’s trademark dripping skull insignia — a menacing image used throughout history to denote imminent death — being painted on police vehicles, adopted by members of the military, and donned by white supremacists?This episode of Endless Thread explores the story of The Punisher’s symbol as a meme, and looks at how well we understand its origins, its use today, and whether its creator — or Marvel — can take it back.

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. 
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Twenty Thousand Hertz

Dallas Taylor

Sul Sul

When The Sims was first being developed, the creators faced a problem. They knew they wanted these characters to talk and interact, but they were worried that using a real language would quickly get repetitive and annoying. So, they decided to make one up. This is the story of Simlish: How it was created, why it works so well, and why artists ranging from The Black Eyed Peas to The Flaming Lips have re-recorded their songs in this gibberish language. Featuring Sims Designer & Voiceover Director Claire Curtin, Composer & Audio Director Jerry Martin, voice actress Krizia Bajos, and Youtuber Rachybop.

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Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters Media

Best of Design Matters: Roz Chast

Roz Chast joins to talk about her remarkable life and how she earned a coveted spot as a cartoonist for The New Yorker.

Creative Pep Talk

Andy J. Pizza, Co-Loop Podcast Network

347 - How to Find Your Story and Unlock New Profound Depths in Your Work

__________Listen and Subscribe on Apple, Spotify and more: https://link.chtbl.com/creativepeptalkTranscripts available at https://creativepeptalk.com/episodes__________SHOW NOTESBrian Cox - Are You a Hologramhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BIDoIHQ-ToDanny Elfman on Song Exploderhttps://songexploder.net/danny-elfmanDonald Miller - A Million Miles in a Thousand Yearshttps://www.amazon.com/Million-Miles-Thousand-Years-Learned/dp/1400202981Hero’s Journey Joseph Campbellhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hero%27s_journey__________SPONSORSSTORYBLOCKSVideo is one of my most effective ways to stand out as a creator online these days - and with Storyblocks you can take your videos to the next level - with Affordable Subscriptions, Unlimited Downloads, and 1M+ Royalty Free Assets - you can level up your content at storyblocks.com/CreativePepTalkSKILLSHAREThere’s nothing better than getting better. Accomplishing growt

Dear Alice | Interior Design

LaunchPod Media

Nurseries | Next Time on Dear Alice

How to Decorate

Ballard Designs

Ep. 235: designer Jeremy D. Clark

Our guest today is interior designer Jeremy Clark based out of Birmingham and Nashville. He is the founder of Jeremy D. Clark Studio; a full-service design studio specializing in luxury residential, commercial, and hospitality projects from coast to coast. His timeless style has been featured in Veranda, Southern Living, One Kings Lane, and a variety of lifestyle blogs and publications. We talk about his layered approach to colors and patterns, his love of painted floors, his tips for tablescapes, and more!
What You’ll Hear on This Episode:

How did Jeremy get started in design?

Which designers have influenced Jeremy?

How does Jeremy incorporate so many layers and colors while staying neutral?

More about Jeremy’s Birmingham Showhouse project.

When is a good time for a canopy bed?

Jeremy walks us through the Nashville Condo project.

Find ideas on Jeremy’s Shop se

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

The Great Indoors

Sophie Robinson and Kate Watson-Smyth: Interior Design Experts

13.1 Easy Fixes for a Greener Home, Flooring Mixups

Stuck between a yellow sofa and a purple beetle? Kate and Sophie are together again and Kate's already criticising the decor... But the pair are also sharing all the news of what they've been up to, from making hit TV to making eco sofas. Then the Builder Husband is on hand with a practical guide to greening your home. And in the Style Surgery a listener struggles with a flooring dilemma... 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   


Aaron Prinz

Marlon Blackwell - Marlon Blackwell Architects

Marlon Blackwell joins the podcast to discuss the design process for the Thaden School in Bentonville, building within the context of Northwest Arkansas, and the impact materiality can have on architecture

The Chairish Podcast

Chairish Inc.

Should You Publish A Coffee Table Book?

So many designers are publishing beautiful volumes of their work these days, it virtually seems to be a career requirement. But are design books still relevant? What really goes into producing one? And is publishing one something you should consider? Book packager Jill Cohen, publisher Suzanne Slesin, and designer Ashley Whitaker, who just released her first book, reveal the truth behind the glossy pages, and tell why the right kind of photography is crucial, how much work goes into preparing one—and how much it costs—and why a book could be the best investment a designer can make. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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.

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.



A show about the power of design, from global architecture and design firm Perkins&Will. Hosts Monica Kumar and Dr. Erika Eitland explore big questions about how our “built environment” affects us in ways we might not see. They get into the science, the history, the personal stories, and the decision making that help us understand the spaces we inhabit and how they need to change. They also spotlight what you can do to take the power of design into your own hands.

Business of Home Podcast

Business of Home, Dennis Scully

The education of a designer, with Suzanne Tucker [Rebroadcast]

Suzanne Tucker earned her stripes working first for Peter Hood in London, then for iconic California designer Michael Taylor. Now she leads Tucker & Marks, one of the west coast’s most prestigious firms. On this episode of the podcast, she tells Dennis Scully some incredible tales from her storied career, shares the secret to working well with architects, and explained how clients have (and haven’t) changed over the years.This episode is sponsored by Juniper Market. For the latest industry news, jobs listings, and more great podcasts,  visit Business of Home

Black Dog Salvage Podcast

Black Dog Salvage - Mike Whiteside, Robert Kulp, Tay Whiteside

The stars of the hit DIY Network show "Salvage Dawgs" are back! Known for their humorous, family-friendly banter, and passion for saving architectural history from the landfill, Black Dog Salvage’s Mike Whiteside, Robert Kulp, and Tay Whiteside talk with leading experts, celebrities, and personalities about the Architectural Salvage, Maker, and Creator worlds. Listen in as they share a “Tip of the Week” to turn Trash at home into Treasure. Each podcast episode will also go behind-the-scenes of a “Salvage Dawgs” episode, sharing details the cameras missed. And, after filming eleven seasons of reality television, do they have some stories to tell!

Windowsill Chats

Margo Tantau

Your style already exists inside of you! Explore what you are drawn to, and you will find it. Be YOU. An honest meaningful chat with Karin Lauria

Margo chats with Karin Lauria is an independent artist and illustrator, Karin Lauria. Karin is from  Massachusetts and works mainly in digital, but also creates mixed media digital and watercolor art and illustrations. Her style is vibrant, colorful, whimsical, and thoughtful. She has licensed work and collaborations with several companies including Moi & Toi Studio, Amber Lotus Publishing, and GreenBox Art and Culture. She’s represented by Creative Sparrow.    Margo and Karin discuss: Her start in art and early encouragement from family How running and dogs changed her world and opened up her creativity Why exploring is so important: exploring nature, new skills, and curiosity Why she credits her husband with getting her into digital art Trusting your path and taking it one step at a time Her hobbies outside of her art and how th

American Patchwork & Quilting Podcast

American Patchwork & Quilting

540. Make the Most of Closet Storage

Looking for more space for your sewing supplies and projects? We share ideas for making the most of your closet storage -- everything from hangers, shelves, cubby storage, pegboards, and more. We also share tips for achieving a square up quilt and for saving money in your sewing room. And if you're on the lookout for new storage products, we share our favorites!
For more resources from today's show, visit the show notes here: https://www.allpeoplequilt.com/magazines-more/quilting-podcast/episode-540-make-the-most-of-closet-storage
Email us at APQPodcast@meredith.com.
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UI Breakfast: UI/UX Design and Product Strategy

Jane Portman

Episode 231: Organizing Meetups with Jon Setzen

How much work goes into organizing a successful meetup? Our guest today is Jon Setzen, creative director at Kandji and former host of CreativeMornings LA. You'll learn how to handle meetup logistics, why great volunteers are essential, how to set speakers up for success, and more.Download the MP3 audio file: right-click here and choose Save As.Podcast feed: subscribe to https://feeds.simplecast.com/4MvgQ73R in your favorite podcast app, and follow us on iTunes, Stitcher, or Google Podcasts.Show NotesCreativeMornings LA — the CreativeMornings chapter Jon ledTina Roth Eisenberg — founder of CreativeMorningsKandji — Jon’s current place of employmentSwissmiss — a design blog run by Tina Roth EisenbergDrew Kelly’s Instagram — teaching in North KoreaEpisode 165: Designing Event Experiences with Paul CampbellApply to start a chapterTim Hunter, Wet Design — a CreativeMornings LA talk on water featuresSmallhours.co — Jon’s personal webs

Monocle 24: Monocle on Design


Extra: A ‘Modernist’ makeover

Graphic designer Trevor Johnson takes us through his revamp of quarterly magazine ‘The Modernist’.

Design Lab with Bon Ku

Bon Ku

EP 57: Designing for Scale | Doug Powell

What is the superpower of designers? Why does healthcare need better design? And how do you create the condition for designers to thrive? Doug Powell has the answers. Doug is an award-winning designer with more than 30 years of experience in a wide range of design disciplines. A recipient of the 2014 Distinguished Alumni Award from the Sam Fox School of Design at Washington University in St. Louis, and the 2014 Fellow Award from AIGA Minnesota, Doug is a lecturer, commentator and thought leader on design issues. He has presented at a variety of global conferences, forums, and universities including Beirut Design Week in Lebanon, Fortune's Brainstorm Design in Singapore, and Yale School of Management. He was on the jury of the 2018 Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt National Design Awards. Between 2011-2013 Doug served as the national president of AIGA, the professional association for design, the largest and most established design organizatio

A Change of Brand

Blake Howard

Sweetgreen with Tom Wilder and Sanuk Kim

In the final episode of Season 2, we learn how Sweetgreen, a brand raising the bar on fast to-go and good to eat food, found a way to keep it real with a reimagined brand identity. COLLINS Creative Director - now turned Sweetgreen Executive Creative Director, Tom Wilder - and COLLINS Senior Designer, Sanuk Kim, give us the recipe for what led to one of the best new identities to debut in 2021.To see the change of brand for yourself, visit achangeofbrand.com or follow us on Instagram @achangeofbrand.Produced by Matchstic (matchstic.com / @matchstichouse), hosted by Blake Howard, (@blakehoward), co-hosted by Tracy Clark, edited by Matt Owen , fact-checked by Jill Jeffries, co-written by Pamela Henman, and artwork by Rachel Jackson. 

The Colophon

Thornwillow Press

We sit down with our favorite artists and writers to discuss things that inspire us.

So, How Do You...

Laura Jackson

The world of interiors and renovations can be overwhelming, costly and time-consuming. Whether you want to do up your rental or you're renovating - it’s hard to know where to start!  Well, stress no more because interiors obsessive, Laura Jackson, is here to help.  In each episode, Laura explores a new topic with interior designers, tradespeople and good old DIYers to gather the insider secrets that will help you to make your dream home a reality, no matter your budget.  For more tips and tricks follow @sohowdoyou.podcast. 

Ohno Radio

James Edmondson, Ohno

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. […]

6 Figure Creative

Brian Hood and Chris Graham

#182: The Word-of-mouth Death Trap And How To Avoid It

It’s the beginning of 2022 and I recently completed my end-of-year retreat where I went off the grid to dig deep into my own businesses and plan for the year. 
During my retreat, one of the things I did was dig into my analytics to see what’s been working, what’s not working, and what needs to change in the future. 
This week’s podcast episode is the direct result of one of my most interesting discoveries when diving into my analytics across everything I do. 
In this episode you’ll discover:

What you’re missing out on if you don’t follow the 6 Figure Creative YouTube channel

Why word of mouth is not the solution for a new business

How to get more clients without word of mouth

You’re a creative who is averse to marketing: now what?

Six ways to bring traffic to your website

How to get your business ranked by Google

Using affil

Take Note

Ted Walker & Adam Webb

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. […]



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

Haptic & Hue

Jo Andrews

Textiles have an incredible power to talk to us, if we can hear them. They comfort and console us, create memories, define who we are and what we might believe in. They are a detective story that we can hold. Tales of Textiles, hosted by broadcaster and handweaver, Jo Andrews, are an invitation to explore a world of colour and touch and listen to the chatter of cloth.

Building Your Permaculture Property

Takota Coen

#16-Neal Spackman: Scaling Up Ecosystem Regeneration

Neal Spackman is an internationally recognized pioneer of hyperarid agroforestries. He was cofounder and Director of the Al Baydha Project in Saudi Arabia, where he lived and worked with tribes of bedou to convert deserts into savannahs. He founded the webinar series Sustainable Design Masterclass, and has taught and consulted in the Middle East, Africa, and the Americas. He is passionate about the connection between ecologies and wealth. He his the CEO of Regenerative Resources CO.Find out more about Neal at https://regenerativeresources.co▶️ Buy my book https://www.mypermacultureproperty.com▶️ Buy topographical maps and more at https://www.contourmapgenerator.com▶️ Find out more about my farm and consulting at https://www.coenfarm.caSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/building-your-permaculture-property/donations

Plein Air Art Podcast

PleinAir Magazine

Larry Moore on Creativity and More

Eric Rhoads interviews artist, author, and creative coach Larry Moore. Listen as they discuss: The concept of abstraction in landscape painting and how Larry "secretly" teaches two things at once The first thing that you should think about if you're a beginner How to keep from getting frustrated in the process of learning how to paint The two components that might inhibit you as an artist; and more Visit https://www.outdoorpainter.com/original-podcast-episodes/ to listen to all episodes. This podcast has been rated #1 in the world via Feedspot's 2021 Top 15 Painting Podcasts list (https://blog.feedspot.com/painting_podcasts/)! 

Build Your House Yourself University

Michelle Nelson

BEST OF BYHYU— Designing A Forever Home— BYHYU 244

In the last episode, we discussed aging in place features that we can add to our homes that will allow us to live in them comfortably even if we develop challenges with mobility and coordination as we age.  I referred to some designs detailed in this week’s repeat episode called Designing A Forever Home. I wanted to release this show on the heels of the Aging in Place podcast to sort of tie everything together.  If you’ve listened to this before, I encourage you to take another listen to remind of some information you may have forgotten or to simply solidify some concepts that you’ve already learned.  Show notes at BYHYU.com

Real Simple Tips

Real Simple

How to Dispose of Cooking Oil Properly—and One Thing You Should Never Do

Whatever you do, don't pour your oil down the drain.

Trade Tales

Business of Home, Kaitlin Petersen

Business of Home's editor in chief Kaitlin Petersen talks to interior designers about nurturing creativity, finding a firm’s financial footing, setting goals and discovering their own version of success as a result.

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.

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.  
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Create Tomorrow, The WGSN Podcast


43. The Rise of Gorpcore & the Social Sports Boom

This week we throw the spotlight on outdoor lifestyles. A topic we've been closely tracking at WGSN as the pandemic has shifted consumer behaviour, with many people embracing nature and activities in the fresh air. Alongside hiking and wellness trends such as forest bathing we're witnessing an increase in what you might call 'social sports', from surfing to skateboarding and currently in the northern hemisphere a winter sports boom and with it the rise of an associated aesthetic: Gorpcore. So grab your activewear and lets take this week's episode outside.

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Business of Architecture Podcast

Enoch Bartlett Sears

397: Collaborative Construction with Michael Daddio

This week, I’m speaking with Michael Daddio, Founder and Principal of premier artisanal building firm, M. Daddio, Inc. Mike is a third-generation contracting professional, skilled carpenter, and effective leader with a thorough understanding of the process required to bring a highly detailed project from concept to successful completion. Throughout his career, Mike has demonstrated an ongoing commitment to serving the New York community through his active support of several organizations and leading numerous volunteer initiatives to rebuild the homes of New Yorkers whose properties suffered catastrophic damage in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. He also sits on the Board of St. Ignatius School, a middle school dedicated to providing quality education to children in the South Bronx. A native of Long Island, Mike graduated from Providence College, where he double-majored in Mathematics and Quantitative Economics. He c

The Building Science Podcast

Positive Energy

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. […]

Detailed: An original podcast by ARCAT

ARCAT // Gābl Media

Along the process of design and construction, incredible stories of conflict and triumph emerge in pursuit of the broad vision for a building. Detailed is a series that features architects, engineers, builders, and manufacturers who share their insight and expertise as they highlight some of the most complex, interesting, and oddest building conditions that they have encountered, and the ingenuity it took to solve them. Join host, Cherise Lakeside, aka CSI Kraken, a Senior Specification Writer at RDH Building Science, as she uncovers lessons learned to help you navigate similar challenges that may arise in your next project.

Attention — Audio Journal for Architecture

Architecture Exchange

Attention is an audio journal for architectural culture that uses the medium of sound and spoken word to capture a dimension of architecture otherwise lost in print. By precluding visual media, Attention strikes a distance between the distraction economy of much online media, creating an intimate and reflective space for the in-depth development of ideas and issues. Through interviews, roundtable debates, oral histories, field recordings, the exploration of archival recordings, experimental music and soundscapes, reportage and audio essays, Attention investigates issues of concern to contemporary architectural culture, theory and practice.

Threads Magazine Podcast: "Sewing With Threads"

Threads Magazine

Joi Mahon on Embracing the Sewing Learning Curve | Episode 46

Custom clothier, teacher, and author Joi Mahon invites all sewers, from newbies to pros, to embrace learning and to savor the sewing process.

User Defenders – UX Design & Personal Growth

Jason Ogle

080: Everything I Know (So Far) on Landing a Job in UX with Jason Ogle

Video available on the show notes page at userdefenders.com/080 This is the last episode of 2021. After nearly two years of outlining the content for this episode and nearly two months (at time of writing) of recording and editing, here's everything I know (so far) on landing a job in UX. I hope this content is not only useful to you and anyone you know looking to land their first (or next) job in UX, but I sincerely hope this episode is greatly inspirational and even life-changing for you. I forgot to say it at the end of the episode, so Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and Joyous New Year dear Defenders! Take care of yourself and each other, and I'll see you on the other side of this year with more amazing UX/Design content! ? Jason. Song credit at the end "Comeback Kid" by The Midnight ---------------------------- Origin (4:50) Count the Costs (9:53) Portfolio (21:18) Resume (29:49) Networkin

Wedded: The Wedding Planner Podcast

Tracy Taylor Ward and Shannon Leahy

Welcome to Wedded: The Wedding Planner Podcast. We are Tracy Taylor Ward and Shannon Leahy, wedding planners with a love for event design who work with clients all over the world. Tracy’s company, Tracy Taylor Ward Design, is based in NY and FL, and Shannon’s company, Shannon Leahy Events, is located in CA and MD. After a combined 20 years in the events industry, we’ve “wedded” our expertise to share with you everything we know about weddings and how to run a successful luxury event planning company. Whether you’re a wedding planner looking to elevate your client’s experience, or a bride or groom wondering how to hold a chic, seamless and exceptionally fun wedding, you’ve come to the right place! So grab your favorite pen and notebook, and take a seat. We can’t wait to help you level up your wedding!

Merch Motel Radio

Merch Motel

Talking about historic architecture and signage. Merch Motel is a brand focused on documenting these places and creating retro products inspired by these sites.

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.

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 

Mornings with Mayesh

Yvonne Ashton

Mornings with Mayesh: Mindset & Self-Care with Amy Balsters

Ready to self-reflect & go on an emotional journey? Amy Balsters of The Floral Coach, sat down with me to talk more about mindset & self-care. If you didn't watch her December Mayesh Design Star video yet, be sure to check that out first. Then, come back as we get really personal. This topic is very near & dear to me - so much so that I do get a bit teary. Although Amy's focus is on you, the floral designer & business owner, it is relevant to so many who may be struggling with their internal dialog and different personal situations.  Amy dives into why she is so passionate about talking about mindset and different strategies of combating limiting beliefs. Learn when the turning point was for herself and how setting forth on this journey has improved not only her life but her business.  Let’s dive into these important topics in addition to the importance of self-care. This is going to be a great episode that may

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.

JUST Branding

JUST Branding - by Jacob Cass & Matt Davies

S02.EP22 - Best of Season 2 (2021)

Listen in as we reveal our favourite outtakes from Season 2 of the JUST Branding Podcast in 2021, including branding insights from creative minds such as Sagi Haviv, Joseph Pine II, Denise Lee Yohn, Natalie Nixon, Bill Gardner, Emily Cohen, Armin Vit, Julian Cole and more.

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.

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

Proof to Product

Katie Hunt

225 | 4 Steps to Optimize What's Already Working in Your Business with Katie Hunt

Oftentimes in business, we set our sights on the next big thing–the next product, the next launch, the next program–that we forget to rethink the systems that are already working in our business. But most of the time, those systems could run even better and make us even more profit with just a few small tweaks. Take a listen for my four-step brainstorming exercise to help you identify what’s working in your business and make minor adjustments to improve your systems even further. You'll learn: When it’s best to make improvements to your current systems instead of starting from scratch How to determine which systems could use optimizing How to prioritize those improvements in your business For full show notes, resources and a transcription, please head to bit.ly/PTPEp225 For more support with your marketing & sales strategies, check out LABS at http://www.prooftoproduct.com/labs

School of Motion Podcast

School of Motion: Design & Animation Training for MoGraph Artists

How Video Editors Can Gain Superpowers - Premiere Gal Kelsey Brannan

You need to add motion graphics to your video editing tool belt. Even if you are studio-based, there's constantly new tricks to learn and master just to stay competitive. VFX and motion graphics can be your secret weapons, but how do you find the time to do it all? Premiere Gal's Kelsey Brannan is here to show you how to become a Jack(ette) of All Trades. You don't want to miss this one.

The Institute of Black Imagination.


Welcome to The Institute of Black Imagination hosted by artist, writer, and brand consultant Dario Calmese. Each week we bring you conversations from The Pool of Black Genius: a collection of iconoclasts at the leading edge of cultural thought and innovation. More than anything, we are here to inspire, engage, and to help you unleash your own imagination. Thank you for tuning in! Please don't forget to rate, comment, subscribe and SHARE with a friend (@blackimagination).


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

Interior Design with Kandrac and Kole

Kandrac & Kole Interior Design

Guest Bew White

On today’s episode, we are excited to welcome Bew White, an entrepreneur, author and Chairman of the Board of some of our favorite manufacturers - Summer Classics, Gabby and Wendy Jane. In 2013, Bew was named Entrepreneur of The Year by the Society of International Business Fellows. And in 2021, he received a lifetime achievement award from the international Casual Furnishings Association. Bew is also the subject of the biography A Summer Classic: The Bew White Story by Christopher Taunton. Tune in for this fun conversation we have with Bew on this episode of Inside Design with Kandrac and Kole!   In this episode: [01:00] Bew’s background and career path & connecting with biographer, Christopher Taunton [08:00] The story behind branding and trademarking Summer Classics [12:45] How Bew’s near death experience inspired him to write his book in hope to tell his heritage and story to his family about building his businesses [14:30] How Gabby Home came to life [2

The DGDC - Deeply Graphic Designcast

Graphic Designers Nick Longo, Mikelle Morrison, and Jordan Wilson

DESIGNCAST | Holiday Gift Guide 2021 | DGDC

Our annual review of great gifts for designers! Nick, Mikelle, and Jordan go over their wishlists for the holidays!
To make things super festive and easy this year, we have two useful tools to make this a joyous holiday experience!
One, Download Our Companion Guide including all the links!
Second, you can WATCH the Video Companion on our YouTube channel!
Cheers and Happy Holidays!
-Nick, Mikelle & Jordan

Domestika Curious Minds


Yes, Judge a Book By Its Cover

Is it shallow to judge a book by its cover? There are lots of good reasons - and not all of them have to do with looks. We speak with legendary Jurassic Park cover designer Chip Kidd about fitting an entire story into a single image, “Caustic Cover Critic” James Morrison about creating art that sells, and hear about the importance of reading and telling stories from a different perspective from designer and founder of Black and Brown Book Designers Dominique Jones and illustrator Lisa Perrin.    To find blogs and images related to each episode, go to domestika.org/podcasts. And to find online courses on hundreds of creative topics, go to domestika.org.    This episode includes an audio clip from You Can't Judge A Book By It's Cover (1970) by Stevie Wonder.

Get It Right with Undercover Architect

Amelia Lee

Why do we do what we do? Plus checklists for your project.

Hello! This is Episode 218, and in it, I’m going to take a slightly different direction.

This is very different to the episode I had originally planned for Episode 218. I was going to share a list of checklists every renovation or new build project needs - and don’t worry - I’ll still mention them so you have the info, so stay tuned for that in this episode.

However, there’s a few things that have come up the past week that I want to share with you. Largely because I think it may actually be more relevant and more helpful to your project journey than me telling you about checklists. 

However, this info is just a bit harder for me to talk about, because I’m going to get personal. It always feels a bit indulgent to spend this time with you talking about my own learnings and experience. But let’s give it a try, shall we? 

Because time and time again, when I do, I get feedback

Design is Everywhere

Design Museum Everywhere

Common Space for the People, by the People

How can design rethink the common space to serve the common good? In this week’s episode, we learn about designing common spaces for the common good. Sam is joined by Ron Mallis, Executive Director of BostonAPP/Lab, which serves as an incubator for new artistic collaborations throughout Greater Boston’s public spaces. CommonSpace/CommonGood is an initiative developed by BostonAPP/Lab in collaboration with Hoverlay, and with inputs and recommendations from Operation P.E.A.C.E. and the Fenway Community Center. Ron talks about his work and seeking ways to build on the voices of neighborhood residents to conceive, design, and implement art for a neighborhood. Later on in the show, they are joined by Daniel Callahan, multimedia artist, designer, and president of Roxbury Cultural District. Together, they discuss how they view the role of public art to transform the ways in which people use and think about public space.

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That's Awesome ID!

Leslie Early

Join me as I chat with guests about one thing they think is awesome in the field of instructional design right now. It could be a tool, an app, a learning platform, a book, a blog/vlog, a learning theory, a person they admire, or anything really! All that matters is that it's awesome!

Design Thinking 101

Dawan Stanford

Design Joy + Design Education + Design Justice with Jennifer Rittner — DT101 E84

Jennifer Rittner is a design educator and writer. We talk about design, education, ethics, social justice, system design, and design joy. Listen to learn about: The current state of design education  Human-centered design methodology Important designers working at design’s cutting edge Designing with and for marginalized populations  Smaller scale design  The empathy problem The power-design ecosystem   Our Guest Jennifer is a writer, educator and communications strategist who has taught at Parsons School of Design, the School Visual Arts, and SUNY FIT. In Fall 2021, she was a visiting lecturer at the California College of Art. She has been published in The New York Times, Eye on Design, DMI: Journal, and Core77; and recently guest edited a special issue on Policing & Design for the Design Museum Everywhere. She frequently writes and lectures about design and social justice.   Show Highlights

Life of an Architect

Bob Borson and Andrew Hawkins

EP 092: The Top 10 Reasons to be an Architect

Here are the Top 10 Reasons to be an Architect - a list that has been revisited since I originally wrote it 12 years ago.

UX Cake

UX Cake

Learn UX: Career Growth Through Community Involvement

Ep. 43: In the third of 3 episodes in our special mini-series called Learning UX, guest host Leo Zhang talks with Sara Hubbard and Caryn Wylie, the organizers of the meetup group Seattle Women of Design and UX, about growing your network and experience by getting involved in the UX community around you. From Leo:In our third and final Learn UX episode of the mini-series I wanted to bring on the founders of Seattle Women of Design and UX meetup (seaDUXX). Caryn Wille and Sara Hubbard are some of the most-respected advocates of women in UX in the our Seattle tech scene through their meetup, and on the show they will be talking about their experiences in founding and growing their meetup, and how it has helped them in both their personal and professional lives.Caryn Wille https://www.linkedin.com/in/carynwille/https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ux-of-you/id1476322309http://www.meetup.com/seaDUXXCa

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

Decorate Like a Design Boss

Kimberly Grigg

Are you a design lover who spends your free time gathering DIY ideas to make your home more beautiful… but still can’t quite decorate your spaces with confidence and ease? Join professional Interior Designer, Kimberly Grigg AKA the Fairy Godmother of Interior Design as she teaches you how to decorate like a pro. You’ll learn step by step how to create colorful, functional and gorgeous spaces in your own home... because you deserve to live in a home you love! Each week you’ll learn how to identify your own style, fuse the perfect combination of colors, textures and patterns and finally be able to decorate your home like a DESIGN BOSS! Be sure to subscribe to the podcast to get your weekly dose of design magic from the Fairy Godmother herself. For more info visit kimberlygriggdesigns.com

Redesigning Life with Sabrina Soto

Sabrina Soto

Dr. Nigma: How To Reverse The Signs Of Aging

On this week's podcast, I invited my friend Dr. Nigma Talib to discuss aging, supplements, parasite and if anyone truly needs to detox. We also discuss her face diagrams and how gluten, wine, sugar and dairy affects our bodies.  We also discuss her go to supplements and how she stays grounded in her practices. You can find Dr. Nigma below!INSTAGRAMHEALTHY DOCSUPPLEMENTS

Five Minute Feng Shui

Kathryn Weber

Episode 158: Good Luck Objects & Colors for Prosperity & Protections

Creating good feng shui that promotes wealth, happiness, and opportunities can extend way beyond your front door or the way you arrange your bedroom. Feng shui can be incorporated in the accessories in your home to the car and clothing colors you select. Once I began making feng shui my lifestyle, I noticed that make those choices made more of a positive impact.

Revision Path

Maurice Cherry, Lunch

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. […]

Botanical Brouhaha Podcast

Amy McGee and Flower Friends

Ep. 88: Twyla Reimer (Remi + Gold)

Today we’re visiting with Twyla Reimer, owner of Remi + Gold in Austin, Texas. From a slight obsession with TLC wedding shows to working behind the scenes on events along the Las Vegas strip, flowering in California, and opening a business in Texas,  you'll want to fasten your seatbelt for Twyla's story. She's not afraid to follow a dream. But, her love of people and the intentionality she shows in the way she cares for those around her are the heart of the story. We hope you enjoy this conversation as much as we enjoyed having it...and watch for Part 2 coming January 2022! Join us as we talk about: finding her stride in floral design moving from freelancer to business owner the flower order that gave her the confidence to go out on her own the impact Instagram had on the early success and growth of her business why she prioritizes her team over everything else creating company culture why creating a safe work environment for her team is h

AIGA Design Podcasts

AIGA, the professional association for design

Design Adjacent with Gail Anderson: road trips, The Jackson Five, design, and investing your time

About Gail Anderson
Gail Anderson is an NYC-based designer, educator, and writer. She is Chair of BFA Design and BFA Advertising at the School of Visual Arts and the creative director at Visual Arts Press. She has served as senior art director at Rolling Stone, creative director of design at SpotCo, and as a designer at The Boston Globe Sunday Magazine and Vintage Books. She has taught at SVA for 30 years and has co-authored 15 books on design, typography, and illustration with Steven Heller.
Anderson serves on the Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee for the US Postal Service and the advisory boards of Poster House and The One Club for Creativity. She is an AIGA Medalist and the 2018 recipient of the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Lifetime Achievement Award for Design. Her work is represented in the Library of Congress’s permanent collections, the Milton Glaser Design Arch

The Design Diaries

Alyssa Nguyen

Ep 16: How to End a Project Early

I'm covering early termination as both a client and a creative: when to know, how to do it, and how to cope!


Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/atnndesign/support

Change Lab: Conversations on Transformation and Creativity

ArtCenter College of Design, hosted by ArtCenter President Lorne M. Buchman

ArtCenter College of Design’s bi-weekly podcast features intimate interviews with leading artists examining the ideas fueling their work and how the creative process can be a catalyst for change—personally, professionally and globally. Hosted by ArtCenter President, Lorne M. Buchman, these conversations examine the many ways in which artists and designers are enriching our lives. ArtCenter College of Design is a global leader in art and design education; and our mission statement—Learn to create. Influence change—lies at the center of all we do.

Theory of Architecture

Buckland Architects

#19 - Dusty Gedge

Dusty Gedge is a Green Infrastructure Professional, Speaker, Photographer and Nature Conservationist, as well as President of the European Federation of Green Roof Associations (EFB) and founder of Livingroofs.org. This conversation is all about green roofs, green walls and green infrastructure.

EntreArchitect Podcast with Mark R. LePage

EntreArchitect // Gābl Media

EA430: Jason Lambert – Match Your Owner Architect Agreement With The Way You Work

Match Your Owner Architect Agreement With The Way You Work Jason Lambert is a Florida licensed attorney who focuses his practice on representing and advising contractors, subcontractors, and material suppliers in the construction industry throughout the state of Florida. Before law school, Jason spent a decade working in the construction industry, primarily as a project […]
The post EA430: Jason Lambert – Match Your Owner Architect Agreement With The Way You Work appeared first on EntreArchitect // Small Firm Entrepreneur Architects.

Dear Handmade Life

Dear Handmade Life

With over 20 years of experience running creative businesses, your host, Nicole Stevenson knows the joy and the struggles of being your own boss. Join her and her guests for business insights, life lessons and the stories behind their successes and lessons of their missteps so you can work smart, get creative inspiration, live joyfully and feel connected. Nicole is the CEO and Creative Director of Dear Handmade Life which produces Patchwork Show: Makers Festival and Craftcation Conference as well as a blog, online learning and this podcast. If you’re a creative misfit or a passionate small business owner, grab a drink and take a seat because you’re exactly where you need to be!


Crooked Crochet

Welcome to our Podcast! Join us on weekly episodes of crochet conversations with us, Inez and Mell, as we discuss all topics relating to crochet; from the commonplace to the controversial.

Home Design Academy


Chris Novelli of n3 architecture reveals his home design and residential construction strategies to help homeowners learn more about the design and construction process so they can be better equipped to collaborate with builders, architects and contractors allowing them to make better, well-informed decisions when constructing or renovating their home. Discover tips to make your home more energy efficient, sustainable and durable to save money in heating and cooling costs. Your house is one of your largest and most substantial investments and you should never cut corners and use the wrong materials, bad design or outdated construction practices. If you are working with a limited budget I highly recommend that more money is put into building correctly and as energy efficient as possible, rather than spending on fancy materials.You will learn about the various phases of planning and implementing a residential construction project and the methods I use to design my projects.

The Object-Oriented UX Podcast

Sophia V. Prater

Episode 024 - Value Paths and OOUX with Samuel Hulick

Samuel Hulick runs User Onboard, where he researches, writes about, and implements successful user onboarding for companies around the world. In this episode of the podcast, Sophia and Samuel discuss how OOUX helped with a crisis of faith, how there's more than one way to learn to ride a bike, and why the right objects at the right time are the answer to good UX. 
Useronboard.com — Samuel’s website
The Elements of User Onboarding — Samuel’s book
Value Paths — Samuel’s new onboarding approach
Follow Samuel on Twitter
Follow User Onboard on Twitter


Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ooux/support

Cut the Craft

Amy Umbel and Brien Beidler

Episode 040: Amara Hark Weber

Episode Recorded November 20,  2021. Shoemaking chose Amara and not the other way around. Following an accident while working on her MFA thesis, Amara recalibrated her body and mind with a shoemaking class. After winnowing her courses down to that class, she subsequently built her thesis around shoes “that forced the body of the wearer into positions that she was dealing with." Although this is an important part of her story, Amara is more interested in her work speaking for itself than anything else. Do the shoes fit and stay comfortable? Are they functioning as designed? Answering those important questions to the best of her ability is her goal. To find more of Amara’s work visit her website: https://www.harkweberstudio.com/ and on Instagram @harkweberstudio. Or in St. Paul, Minnesota!Amara’s Mentors: D.W. Frommer, Janne Melkersson, Marcell MrsanHelp keep the podcast alive! Visit our Patreon, pick up some Merch, or make a one time donati

The Good Ship Illustration

The Good Ship Illustration

Creative Inspiration and Where to Find It

Avoiding the comparison trapIn this episode we answer the questions:Is there room for me in the illustration industry?How can I find time to create my work!????Want to be part of an online community, full of fellow creatives?Build your illustration career and make your best creative work ever?It's time to discover how good it feels to truly be yourself in your work!Bask in your weirdness and follow your creative dreams - our course doors open on 30th October for FIND YOUR CREATIVE VOICE: FLY YOUR FREAK FLAG.Find out more and join the waiting list: https://www.thegoodshipillustration.com/freakflag Doors open on Friday 30th, and close on the 6th of November, OR when we reach capacity!???p.s. See you at The Good Ship Art club. Friday 8pm UK time on Instagram. We'll open the doors to the course live.We’re @thegoodshipillustration. 

What is UX?

Pek Pongpaet

S4E6 Interview with Ana Lara, Lead UX Designer at Cisco, Sr UX Manager at T-Mobile

Ana Lara is an award-winning app product and strategic designer with more than ten years of experience. She has worked with different clients such as Microsoft, Coca-Cola, and Hilton. She was one of the earliest UX team members at T-Mobile, where she led and transformed one of their most important apps into an award-winning mobile experience. Later she transitioned to lead a team of strategists building omnichannel end-to-end customer journeys, seeking user-centric solutions to their pain points. Three months ago, she joined Cisco, leading a new app experience. She recently joined the ADP List community as an active mentor.In this episode, we talked about:Ana's role at CiscoIndustry awardsBuilding a good team, dedication and researchCareer journey at T-mobileInternal award at T-mobileHow to balance personal and professional lifeEmpathy in the workplaceHow did Ana start in design and her d

Magic Wand

Joseph Hillenbrand

A non-stuffy design podcast where the black turtlenecks come off.

Designed for the Creative Mind

Michelle Lynne

Your designs are beautiful, but you’re struggling with the business of your interior design business. Join successful interior design business owner, Michelle Lynne, of ML Interiors Group each Monday morning as she shares the processes she has found useful in growing her own 7-figure design firm, interviews industry related guests, and brings her own team of designers on for lively conversations. If you aren’t happy with the performance of your interior design business, are tired of trading your time for money, and know you were made for more, this show is for you.

The Game Design Dojo Podcast

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

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. […]

The Quickie - Interviews for Graphic Designers

Dave Hopkins

The Quickie Podcast for Graphic Designers is a damn good show where host Dave Hopkins interviews talented Graphic Designers, Illustrators, and Creative Directors, quickly - usually 30 minutes or less. Hear from freelancers to creatives at world-renown businesses and agencies, about their wins, their fails, lessons learned, what inspires them, and the story about how they even got there. Subscribe to be entertained and inspired by each guest's unique journey. Plus who doesn’t love a good quickie?! Go on, get in there.

Better: The Brand Designer Podcast

Giselle Field & Jen Davis

BONUS E2 | How Giselle Made $10k+ with Her First Digital Course Launch (and How You Can Too)

In this solo episode, Giselle opens up about why and how she launched a digital course. What seems like a couple of months of preparation for the course was really three years in the making. Giselle spills it all to encourage those that dream about making digital products but hold themselves back for many reasons — just like she did to herself.Giselle covers: product ideation, goal-setting, prelaunching and launching, imposter syndrome, progress over perfection, Essentialism by Greg McKeown, business coaching, overcoming shame, mental health challenges, and future ideas for the course.From Giselle:First off, I have to give a huge shoutout to the women that impacted my professional and personal lives, my previous coaches and current friends: Avani Miriyala, Jane Scudder, and Kelsey Kerslake.I also wanted to address the importance of taking care of one’s mental health in this episode.

Off Air: The Juicy Designer Podcast

Katie Proctor

S2 E7 | Digging into brand strategy with Kenzi Green

Brand strategy can sometimes feel like a black hole. So we're here to discuss our processes, some top tips and why it's so important. With expert Kenzi Green, we're diving deep into all things brand strategy.

Colorful Conversations: DIY & Home Design

Tasha Agruso

House Hunting Heartbreak

In this episode, Thea talks about her ongoing house hunting adventure. Plus Thea and Tasha both talk about their house hunting heartbreaks! Listen in to find out if Thea is moving soon and to find out how many houses Joe and Tasha put offers on before their current house. Plus hear how Tasha REALLY feels about her current house. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Anyway.FM 设计杂谈

JJ Ying & Leon Gao

№144: 中美两国沪籍设计师春节大联欢

这期非常「特别」的节目可能要达成很多「第一次」了:邀请了敌台 UX Coffee 主播当嘉宾、从录音到发布仅用三天时间、大部分内容都没有剪辑、传统 opening 被别人给念了~这次的「纯真」风格剪辑主要想让更多听众能感受到两位嘉宾和在他们自己播客里不一样的、更真实的一面(绝对不是因为我们懒得剪了)~ Anyway,希望风格「欢乐」但话题又有点「严肃」的本期节目能帮大家欢度春节前的「摸鱼」时光~# 本期嘉宾Hoka,播客「UX Coffee 设计咖」制作人,Google ChromeOS 设计经理。猫精转世、大闸蟹驻美宣传大使、梦想开书店的女人。Riceman,播客「UX Coffee 设计咖」制作人,YouTube Music & Podcasts 设计经理。猫之使徒、奶盖水果茶拥护者、被 Hoka 选中的男人。# 内容提要00:15 · 听到上海话请不要离开,就一两句10:44 · 先让我们来捋一下疫情之后的时间线23:00 · 聊聊这两年间我们的变化51:03 · 展望一下之后的生活和工作计划# 参考链接两年前的线下活动合照 4:08Hoka 做客特有想象力录的播客 10:17Riceman 目前所负责的产品:Google Podcasts 24:44Hoka 目前所负责的产品:Chrome OS 35:22聊水果市场的那期《疯投圈》 57:16# 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)~

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 Stitch People Podcast

Stitch People

The Stitch People Podcast is a place where conversations and personal relationships with members of the Stitch People Community - and beyond! - can take place ”in person.” Often referred to by its own members as “The Happiest Place on the Internet,” the Stitch People Community is a place of inspiration, encouragement, help, and happiness. We want to bring those things offline! Join Stitch People’s founder, Lizzy Bean as she shines light on the beautiful personalities and stories of the extraordinary people who bring Stitch People to life.

New Angle: Voice

Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation

Beverly Willis is adding her voice to a new podcast featuring discussions about the lives and careers of female pioneers of American Architecture. Going beyond the scholarship of the award-winning website Pioneering Women of American Architecture, our podcast New Angle: Voice details the struggles and triumphs of six leading women who have personified achievement in a primarily male dominated field.

Focus On Brand

Focus Lab

Season 2

Thank you for listening to Focus on Brand! Season 2 is kicking off in January and we’ve got some great stuff in store: an inside look into how a branding agency rebrands, conversations with the decision makers behind some of our most impactful rebrands, and more insights into everything brand. 
Focus Lab is an established B2B brand agency that believes, without question, that the most successful companies are the ones who invest in branding. Focus Lab creates transformative B2B brands that resonate with their customers and stand out as industry leaders. Through a proven process, an all-senior team, and a shared commitment to create unforgettable experiences, we develop true partnerships that help B2B brands become their boldest, most original selves.
Looking for a brand agency? We would love to hear from you. Learn more at focuslab.agency or email us at hello@focuslab.agency

Imagine a Place


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. […]

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.  

Brave UX with Brendan Jarvis

The Space InBetween

Darren Hood

Darren Hood challenges us to learn the history of UX, to beware of snake-oil when assessing training options, and to revisit our thinking on imposter syndrome.

Highlights include:

⭐ How are UX bootcamps and courses impacting the field?
⭐ Why is it important to know the history of UX?
⭐ What’s driving people to declare imposter syndrome?
⭐ Is the popularisation of UX enabling better design practice?
⭐ What does the field of UX need to become more effective?


Who is Darren Hood

Darren is a Principal Product Designer at Omnicell, the world-leader in pharmacy robotics. There, he champions product design and coaches other designers, cultivating a culture of curiosity, clear communication and collaboration. 

Alongside his work as a designer, Darren is helping to prepare the next generation of UXers, serving as an Adjunct Professor at Kent State University and Lawrence Technologi

A Blooming Good Time Podcast with Crowley House

Beth Syphers, Rilley Syphers, Emma Dixon

Welcome to a blooming good time podcast, with your hosts, Beth, Rilley, and Emma. Join us in our daily conversations as we navigate our way through flower farming, and just life in general.

The Industry of UX

Filippo Lovotti

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. […]


Crewest Studio + Sand Hill Artists Collective

Welcome to the Artsville podcast where we celebrate contemporary American Arts & Crafts from Asheville NC and beyond. The Artsville podcast has it all: Painting, Pottery, Weaving, Woodworking, Welding, Glass Blowing and more. Just like Asheville, NC, Artsville is a friendly podcast where good folks like you can discover world class artisans, artists, craftsman and makers who use their hands and natural materials like fiber, clay, metal, glass, paper and wood to create stunning original arts and crafts.

Print Design Podcast

Dave Hopkins

Welcome to the Print Design Podcast. The show were we talk all things print and packaging. We go behind the scenes with graphic designers and talk about the print projects they designed and produced that really rocked their world. From file prep, to holding the finished product in their hand, and all the key decisions in between. We share what's involved with creating a print project to help inspire you to get out there and produce print. So, lets talk ink on paper.


Relay FM

123: Finale

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

Material Matters with Grant Gibson

Grant Gibson

Lucy Sparrow on felt.

Lucy Sparrow came to widespread attention in 2014 with an extraordinary installation held in a derelict site in London’s Eastend. At The Cornershop, she assiduously recreated everything you might find in a traditional newsagent – some 4000 items – in felt. This was followed by The Warmongery, a gun shop in Bethnal Green and, in 2015, by Madame Roxy’s Erotic Emporium, a felt installation of a sex shop in London’s Soho. There have also been shows in the US and China, while this year she launched The Bourdon Street Chemist at the Lyndsey Ingram Gallery in Mayfair and The Billion Dollar Robbery at the Start Art Fair in the Saatchi Gallery. Her pieces are warm, witty and genuinely joyful – containing references to the likes of Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst. While the artist has described her work as being like ‘Blue Peter on acid’.In this episode we talk about: her fascination with felt (obviously); turning an old ambulance station into her studio; her obsess

Talking Architecture & Design

Architecture & Design

Episode 98: Caroma Industrial Designers Luke di Michiel & Andy Grigor talk toilet design, technology, water savings and sustainability

Caroma Senior Industrial Designer Luke di Michiel is at the forefront of product design and innovation, contributing to numerous award-winning products for GWA Bathrooms and Kitchens and their leading Caroma brand.  Andy Grigor, the Head of Design and Innovation at GWA for the Caroma, Methven, Clark and Dorf brands has lead the design and innovation team for Methven since 2016 and GWA/Caroma design team since 2020, bringing with him a wealth of design and product development experience.For this our last podcast for 2021, they talk toilets, toilet design, technology and where the humble toilet is ultimately heading .This podcast is brought to you in association with Caroma LiveWell, proud sponsors of the Residential Series of podcasts.  For more information on Caroma LiveWell please go to: https://www.caroma.com.au/livewell 

Studio 78: Branding, Productivity, & Business Tips for Female Creative Entrepreneurs

Nache Snow

What would you do if you could not fail? Studio 78 is a podcast for creative entrepreneurs (artist, makers, educators, coaches, curators, designers, etc.) who want to learn how to make money from their passion. The studio is filled with stories from everyday females with extraordinary stories of entrepreneurship. They share how they’ve achieved success through personal and self-development, productivity, marketing, and determination. Nache Snow encourages you to find and pursue your passion through self-discovery, positive mindset, hard work, and just GETTING STARTED! Prepare to be inspired and walk away with actionable steps to do the thing you've always wanted to do.

THE GRAIL with Dean Delray

Cactus Radio Network

#53: Mat Weisfeld / President of VPI Industries -Handmade Turntables

Today on The Grail my guest is Mat Weisfeld President of VPI Industries. VPI has been making handmade Turntables in New Jersey for the last 40 years and they are absolutely next level. A few weeks ago I went out to the factory took the tour and then sat down with Mat and talked everything Turntables. This is a fantastic episode that will probably answer all your questions you have ever had about turntables. Make sure you visit VPI's instagram page while listening to this episode so you can really get an idea of what we are talking about. www.instagram.com/vpiindustries/ 

Content Rookie

Nicole Michaelis

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. […]

The Game Design Round Table

Dirk Knemeyer & David V. Heron

#270 Listener Questions January 2022


Matt Vojacek & Dylan Menges

Do you ever wish life had an undo button sometimes? With over 30 years of experience in the creative industry, Matt Vojacek, and Dylan Menges attempt to answer the tough questions that lead to success in business and design. All with the purpose of saving you an undo. Presented by Made By Things and Menges Design — This is the Command Z Show Have a question you want us to discuss? Send us a message at question@cmdz.show Learn more about Matt at madebythings.com Learn more about Dylan at menges.design

InDesign Secrets

Blatner and Concepcion

InDesignSecrets Podcast 293

In this episode… News Adobe InDesign 2022  has an update (v17.01x) CreativePro Magazine issue 1 is out! On-Demand passes now available for the expanded Design + Accessibility Summit Some Totally Obvious InDesign Things We Just Learned This Year Interview with Marcus Radich from PageProof Obscure InDesign Feature: “Roger, hungry, ate 236 peaches and cantaloupes in 1904” Sponsors for this episode: > 3M’s VAS: 3M’s Visual Attention Software (VAS) is powerful, science-based AI that simulates the human vision system to analyze visual content and predicts with 92% accuracy what is attracting viewer attention. VAS is available as a web app and plugins for Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and XD. Start your free trial today, and enter promo code CREATIVEPRO5 for 5 additional trial credits! Links mentioned in this podcast: The Design + Accessibility Summit CreativePro Week What's new in InDesign 2022 (17.0) https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/usin

The Interior Design Business


Growing Your Business

Most interior designers begin in a whirl of creativity, energy and optimism.
In an average working week, they will act as designer, specifier, accountant, project manager, client liaison, IT support, office dogsbody and tea-lady.
There is no time to spare for marketing the business or finding new clients. Workflows are impossible to manage, and famine follows feast in a never-ending cycle that can be difficult to break. This is the curse of the small business.
Yet some design businesses seem to quickly grow and effortlessly thrive acquiring prestige and financial success along the way. Their founders serene, glamorous and much admired.  
So, what is their secret? At what point did they make the jump to hyperspace? And how did they orchestrate it?
In this episode, we are joined by two very special guests, successful designer Lindsey Rendall, British Institute of Interior Design President and founding partner of Rendall

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.

The Productive Designer

Crystal Collinson

This podcast pulls back the covers on being an independent interior design professional. We look at what it really takes to be successful, and how your definition of success is the only one that matters.We dig deep into systems & processes needed to manage this complex business. Not only will we dig deep into the business process, we will explore the mindset it takes to run a business.Through this podcast we hope to educate, collaborate and support you to intentionally design your life and your interior design business.

The Crafter's Box Podcast

The Crafter's Box

The Crafter's Box is a subscription membership project for those that love to make. Monthly, The Crafter's Box features an expert maker and a new crafting technique. Our makers curate a box of materials and tools, and build an online workshop so that members can learn about and craft a specialized project. Here's where we share about our featured maker as well as the unique materials and specialty tools that can be found in each box. Welcome!

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.

The UX Kitchen Podcast

Csaba Házi

What You Always Wanted to Know about Service Design with Rubab Paracha

In this episode  we are going to look at: what service design is. We're gonna define it together, right?  We're going to make distinctions between what UX is and what service design is?  What are the overlaps? What are the differences? We going to talk about collaboration with UX and service designers. And what skills do you need if you, want to go into service design.

The Product Design Podcast

Seth Coelen

Join us for some great conversations with the best and brightest in the product design space. We'll dig into how they got to where they are today, what mistakes they made along the way, and what advice they have for you as you navigate the world of product design.

The UX Hustle

Amanda Worthington

3 Ways to Show a Growth Mindset in Your UX Case Study

UX Portfolio PowerPlay™, the 6 week group coaching program taking your portfolio from cookie-cutter to uniquely you, is now open until November 13: https://uxhustle.org/uxppp
In this episode Amanda shares her 3 ways to show a growth mindset in your UX case study and why it's important for your job search.
Follow Amanda on Instagram: https://instagram.com/theuxhustle and https://instagram.com/amandamworthington


Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/uxhustle/support

The Mood Board Interview Series

Angela Belt

Conversations with tastemakers about the intersection of race, culture, and interior design.

The Futures Archive

Design Observer

The Futures Archive is a podcast from Design Observer that looks at the history of human-centered design with a critical eye to its future.


Pamela & Susannah

Welcome to, “the GUSSIE,” a weekly podcast for design junkies! We are friends, design partners, retailers, treasure hunters, fabric and wallpaper worshippers. We love what we do and are excited to share our escapades in the world of interiors. Our goal is to pull back the curtain on the design industry and give everyone a front row seat. We believe the key to a dynamic life begins in the home, and that living beautifully and meaningfully is something everyone can achieve. Are you ready to get gussied? 



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. […]

Architecture is Political

Melissa Daniel

A podcast where black and brown folks have a conversation about architecture.

Beneath the Brand

Joshua Doty

We discuss how design and content impact everyday life. We’ll break down what makes good design vs. bad design, how to master typography, and why consistent brand messaging creates better engagement.

NY NOW Podcast


The Paper Plane Cocktail Hour: Pattern Play

You may be seeing spots after today's conversation with Cecily Moore of The Paper Curator, but that's to be expected! Her pattern-rich offerings are designed to spread joy and encourage others to unleash their own creativity. She is just one of many dynamic makers exhibitors soon to be discovered in Gift + Stationery section, one of NY NOW's fastest growing sections. Once you see her booth and experience her products for yourself, it's easy to see why this Designer to Watch can't be missed.    RESOURCES   Guest Websites:   https://www.thepapercurator.com/     | NY NOW:https://nynow.com     | NY NOW Podcast Page:https://nynow.com/podcast     | NY NOW Digital Market:https://nynowdigitalmarket.com    Tags: Dondrill GloverNY NOW

Future of StoryTelling

Future of StoryTelling

Annie Murphy Paul

To learn more, visit https://www.futureofstorytelling.org/story/annie-murphy-paul-ep-54--© 2022 Future of StoryTelling, Corp.Produced by Future of StoryTelling, Corp.124 West 13th StreetNew York, NY 10011Founder and CEO, Charles MelcherExecutive Producer, Carolyn MerrimanAssociate Producer, Luke Gernertin collaboration with Charts & LeisureFounder, Jason OberholtzerExecutive Producer, Mike RugnettaEditor, Garrett Crowe Mix and Music, Michael SimonelliWith special thanks to Annie Murphy Paul, Madison Brown, Bonnie Eldon, Shannon Fanuko, Carlie Houser, Meghal Janardan, and Megan Worman.


Evan Troxel & Cormac Phalen // Gābl Media

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. […]

Disneyland For Designers

AID Network

Destination D23 Disney Theme Parks News Reviewed

Let's look over every Disney Theme Park's announcement from Destination D23 2021 and break down some of the most exciting projects and a couple that has us very worried. 

Today For Club1313 Members In The Clubhouse.
We review the first two episodes of Hawkeye on Disney+, speculate on the delay behind Splash Mountian's upcoming retheme to Princess And The Frog and speculate on Bob Chapek's decision not to be a part of Destination D23. 

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New Disneyland Videos Every Weekday

Hotel Design Podcast


#22: Ron Swidler, Chief Innovation Officer, Gettys Group Cos

In this episode of the Hotel Design Podcast, we welcome back to the show Ron Swidler - who is the Chief Innovation Officer of the Gettys Group Companies. Ron was previously featured on our podcast during Episode 3.   Host Glenn Haussman and Ron start by discussing how we’re at an interesting intersection in history and how it’s created the rare opportunity to reinvent everything we do in hospitality design from scratch. It's the Great Reset: a chance to try new things with less scrutiny than the pre covid era. It’s a chance to fail without judgment, and an opportunity to push traditional design boundaries of what could be when it comes to the future of hospitality.   They talk about the varied facets of the company’s Hotel of Tomorrow project, which brings together industry leaders, students, and manufacturers to work together to change conventional thinking when it comes to hotel design. First, they discuss biophi

OT: The Podcast

OT: The Podcast

James McVey (The Vamps) on getting married in a castle and finding grails

A lot has changed for The Vamps guitarist James McVey since we chatted to him in 2020. He’s managed to get married, and we get to hear the finer details of wedding watches, cars and castles. On top of that, McVey has fallen deeper down the rabbit-hole of watches, discovering microbrands, G-shock and Bremont. As if that wasn’t enough, he’s also managed to track down his grail Rolex — and is getting ready to wear it all over the world. But before the main course, Andy and Felix talk about spicy crypto bros, Ricky Gervais and why Bobby Bourke from Queer Eye needs a watch brand deal. This week’s episode is sponsored by Artem Straps. Check out their sailcloth straps here. Want to be part of the OT: The Podcast community? Join our Discord! The home of the hot take. Show Notes: www.otpodcast.com.au/show-notes/s3e4 Crypto bros spend $3M on a copy of Dune, want to make a TV series out of it And here’s why t

Creative Boom

Katy Cowan

Tim Easley on being a self-taught creative, his love of sneakers and why he wants to live forever

Tim Easley is an award-winning illustrator, designer and photographer from London who's probably best known for his bright palette and bold lines, as well as playful characters and hand-drawn lettering.

Influenced by urban kitsch, nature and neon signage, he works across many mediums, including hand-drawn skateboards, canvases, plasticine sculptures, painted basketballs and digital pieces.

Tim came up to Manchester earlier this year and popped round my house. As expected, he turned up very well dressed and donning an excellent pair of sneakers. Trainers are, in fact, something of a passion project for Tim, who has Nike, Adidas, and Foot Locker amongst his many happy clients. Interestingly, he's entirely self-taught as he didn't have a formal education. We talk about this and much more, including his days living in Japan and returning to the UK to

Two Designers & A Builder Walk Into A Bar


Have you ever heard that having a custom home designed and built is a nightmare, that it's too time consuming, you'll go way over budget and it's just not worth it ? All of those can certainly be true UNLESS you put the right team together! Join Steve Iltis, Custom Home Designer, Shannon Vestal, Interior Designer and Steve Rudin, Custom Home Builder as they take you through a step by step process that is proven to work! You can get your dream home designed and built while enjoying the process from day one until the day you pop the champagne and toast to making many happy memories for years to come!

Circular with Katie Treggiden

Katie Treggiden

TOAST Renewal: a panel discussion

Do we always need to mend? How can mending help to nudge us towards significant behaviour shifts? What are the materials innovations that might help? Are there self-healing materials – or even self-destructing materials?In this bonus episode, I’m leading a panel discussion with TOAST, including amazing insights from Seetal Solanki, Tom van Deijnen, Celia Pym and Bonnie Kemske. We discuss:- The art of kintsugi and what it means within Japanese culture.- The fine line between repairing invented holes and using repair techniques as embellishment.- The stories and conversations held within the damage and the process of repairing.- How a lot of the world’s fashion waste comes from fast fashion and why this is so problematic.- Who gets to decide when something is ‘broken’ and what that means. … and more!Here are some highlights.  How stories come through during the act of mending something“What I discovered very quickly was that if you ask someone

Your Home Story

Ashley of Bigger than the Three of Us and Suzannah of Create/Enjoy blogs

Ep 194 : Design Books Wish List

After reading through a lot of design books, I'm sharing which one's you should add to your wish list. See all the books on the blog. 

Package Design Unboxd - with Evelio Mattos

The Packaging Design Podcast

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. […]

The Zibra Blog’s BEFORE AND AFTER Furniture Refinishing Podcast

The Zibra Blog

PopCast! Success Under 2 Years!

Spiced Chaos

Spiced Chaos

A Planner Girl Podcast Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spicedchaos/support

Not So Good Ideas

Bri Potts & Eleni Harvey

An interior design based podcast intended to inspire and entertain. Bri Potts and Eleni Harvey dive into the latest interior trends, interview artists in the design world and share their experience in the life of an interior designer.

Design and Shine

Rachelle Holowko

Finding your unique art style

In this episode of Design and Shine, I talk to artist and surface pattern designer Lauren Lesley about finding your unique art style. We cover when you do and don't need to worry about when developing your own style, the mindset battles that are commonly faced and how to stay consistent.  Lauren also shares her tips on sending your portfolio to clients to get work. You can sign up to Lauren's free mini course 'Art Style Secrets' here And find out more about her on her website here 

Illustration Hour

Julia Dufossé

34: Haley Tippmann – Embracing Digital Tools

I chat with illustrator Haley Tippmann about her expressive observational approach to illustration, finding community on Instagram and tips to use Procreate.

Called & Creative

Thamicha E.T

A community and movement for creatives to see God in their art. A group of creatives who acknowledge the main Creator. Creatives sometimes get a bad wrap for being "unorganized or unprofessional". Well, we are here to change that narrative by giving creatives across each industry business tips and sound expert advice. 

Crafting a Revolution

Katie Freeman

A maker is someone who has a passion for creating something where formerly there was nothing. Making and being creative may be their full time job, a part-time hustle, or a hobby that brings them joy. Makers are woodworkers, metalworkers, artists, ceramicists, designers, carpenters, and so much more. Every week I will bring you two interviews of female and nonbinary makers of all kinds from all over the world. They will share their stories of how they got to where they are and what they do, inspiring us all to chase our creative dreams.

The Paper Fold

The Paper Fold

Chelsea Shukov of Sugar Paper

You probably didn't know it, but the letter-writing resource for the 21st century just dropped. Meet How to Write a Letter: Find the Right Words for Every Occasion, the newest entry in Penguin Random House's über-polished How To series.Co-author Chelsea Shukov visits The Paper Fold to show you how not to just add polish to your correspondence, but to truly and authentically connect with those you love with letters that truly reflect you. Since Chelsea and her Sugar Paper co-founder Jamie Grobecker have helped their clientele do exactly this in their branded LA boutiques for some time, they are uniquely equipped to pen this sturdy little magnum opus. As such, expect this blush pink, gold-foiled guide to be marked up and dog-eared as it is referenced again and again, as life circumstances demand.Since 2003, Sugar Paper's upscale stationery offerings have wowed clients around the globe — and their ongoing office collaborations with Target are the s

House Guest by Country & Town House | Interior Designer Interviews

Rebecca Cox

Episode 149: Toby Lorford of Lorford's Antiques and Lorfords Contemporary

Welcome to episode 149 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. This week's guest: Toby Lorford, who is blowing the cobwebs off antique-buying. ‘Antiques bring history into an interior, softening it’, says Toby Lorford of Lorford’s Antiques and Lorfords Contemporary, who started his first antiques shop in Tetbury, Gloucs in 2003, with a view to creating a new breed of antiques shop and modernising the way antiques are sold. He now has two hangars full of traders and a company that offers a concierge service. Along the way he started his own furniture company, Lorfords Contemporary, thanks to chef Marco Pierre White (it’s a lovely story) and thinks that antique dealers should get together more to sing from the treetops about how it’s the ultimate in recycling. He has big plans

Design the Future

Lindsay Baker & Kira Gould

Women are living, learning, and leading towards a sustainable future. Their stories can help us all accelerate toward that vision in the built environment. Design the Future is a podcast created to elevate and explore the voices of women driving sustainable practices in the built environment and related fields. Lindsay Baker, a sustainability and social impact leader, and Kira Gould, a writer and communications strategist, host these conversations.

E3: Energy & Efficiency With Emily

Emily Mottram

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. […]

Committed to Create

Lisa Funk

Are you ready to create more of what you love with your hands and in your life? Join Lisa Funk for weekly conversations about the power of mindfulness and creativity. Whether you are looking to improve your mental health or just take your joy to the next level, you're in the right place. We're going to talk about creating, mindset work, faith, family life and more. Can't wait for you to join us!

The Young Architect Podcast

Michael Riscica AIA CSI

169 - Knowing What You Have to Offer with Jessica Gardenhire

In today’s episode, architect Jessica Gardenhire discusses architecture exams, mental health, and diversity in architecture.

Inside Marketing Design

Charli Marie Prangley

Every episode of Inside Marketing Design will give you an in-depth look at the processes, principles and people who make marketing design happen at a different tech company.

Get a "Heck Yes" with Carissa Woo Wedding Photographer and Coach

Carissa Woo

Welcome to "Get a Heck Yes" with Carissa Woo. Carissa has been a Los Angeles wedding photographer for over a decade. She's traveled the world, built her team, and seen it all! Carissa Woo Photography won best wedding photographer by California Wedding Day 2 years in a row. She now coaches wedding photographers hit 10K a month and builds a thriving business. In this podcast, Carissa will deep dive into how top wedding creatives get that heck yes from their dream clients. She is not holding back on the struggles of the business and how to push through the noise. Some healthy hustle, mindset shifts, up-leveling your money story, time hacks because she's a mom of 2, a little bit of woo woo, and most important, self-love and confidence are just a few of the many things we will talk about. See you all soon Connect with Carissa Coaching IG: @Carissawoo Photography IG: @carissawoophotography Download a free guide on how to become a lead generating machine HERE


Urbanize Media

CitySpeak features the visionaries who are designing, building, and reimagining cities as we know them today. From the shimmering skyscrapers of Hong Kong to the stuccoed bungalows of Los Angeles, cities across the globe develop through a familiar pattern. Like the cell cycle of an organism, buildings are constructed, demolished, and reconstructed in a chaotic choreography performed to the rhythm of each city. Join host Max Masuda-Farkas as he interviews the people shaping the cities we love, right down to the parcel, block, and neighborhood.

The Modern House Podcast

The Modern House

2.8 Margaret Howell, Designer

On The Modern House Podcast, our host Matt Gibberd invites design enthusiasts to select their top three living spaces in the world. The guest of this episode is indeed a design enthusiast, but she’s also quite the expert: it’s Margaret Howell. The designer is synonymous with three things in particular: a quintessential Britishness, quality craftsmanship and materials. So it makes perfect sense that this trio unites her top three living spaces. Listen to discover the stories behind her selection. Plus, she discusses her early memories of design and endless love of making things.   Find out more on The Modern House.   You can purchase Matt Gibberd’s new book A Modern Way to Live via our website.

Deep Green


Brought to you by Metropolis, Deep Green is a show about how the built environment impacts climate change and equity. Buildings are some of the biggest things we make as human beings. In these bi-weekly episodes, we explore how through understanding buildings, cities, and all the things that go into them, we can do better for the environment and all life on this planet.

Closer&Closer Podcast

Andrea Mejia-Madriz & Dave Arcade

Let's Talk Type with Jonathan Ball

Jonathan Ball can tell you everything you need to know about lettering (maybe it is because of his last name? You know Ball… like a ball point pen!). He brought all his knowledge and professionalism onto the Closer&Closer Podcast this week, just for you.
Hosted by Dave Arcade & Andrea Mejia-Madriz.
Podcast Art by Dave Coleman.
Sign up for The Community! 
To learn more about Closer&Closer, visit www.closerandcloser.co.

Heart of the Home

Heart of the Home

Home is more than four walls and a roof; home is a feeling. Here we dive into all things home: from DIY tips and tricks, to the latest interior design trends, and interviews with people about what gives their home that special something. Join Jennifer Stagg as she gets to the Heart of the Home.

异能FM X 全球设计故事

异能FM X 全球设计故事

在乡村做设计 | 异能电台 x 上海Vol.42


Doja Cat Playist


Doja Cat Playist (Trailer)

Design System Office Hours

Davy Fung + PJ Onori

Davy and PJ, design system practitioners talk about design-led product ownership, scaling and adoption, community and engagement, design system team models, and much more.

Design Speaks

Brandi Sea Heft-Kniffin

This podcast is FULL of ideas and strategies to empower designers to stay inspired, be creative on demand, and finally find your visual voice. BrandiSea is a designer and creative director with 20 years of experience. You CAN take control of your creativity and it starts here!

American Building

Michael Graves

American Building, hosted by Atif Z. Qadir, Sponsored by Michael Graves & REDIST, shares how iconic buildings came to be from the perspective of their developers, investors, and designers. These innovators discuss on a deeply personal level what they faced over the course of the entire building process. They connect that to specific challenges for cities today, showing that they go far beyond vocation to improve the places and people around them. Whether you are a student, a company executive or just curious about great buildings, tune in to gain a deeper understanding of real estate and be inspired to take your own work to the next level.

Make and Design with Carina Gardner

Carina Gardner

Carina Gardner unravels the everyday joys and dilemmas of design, making, and business. This inside scoop into fabric design, paper design, die cut design, and crafting will help bring more creativity and joy in your life. Carina Gardner has a Ph.D. in Design and was the Creative Director of Cartabella Paper Co. and MiniLou. She has designed everything from dishware to bracelets under her brand. She currently designs fabric and die cutting files while teaching other designers how to create meaningful design work while making a residual income online.

The Reflex Blue Show : A Graphic Design Podcast

Donovan Beery

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. […]

Branding Myself

Christiana Metrakos

This motivational podcast is about personal branding, through the perspective of a creative independent contractor who's rebranding and going it alone. Well, not without the help of some guest interview subjects along the way. Follow @brandingmyselfpod on Instagram!

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.

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The Green Building Matters Podcast with Charlie Cichetti

Charlie Cichetti

Sustainability Consultant at SIG - Jessye Vitier

Jessye Vitier has always been passionate about nature and the environment. Growing up in an urban farm really made her appreciate Earth and what it has to offer.  As a humanitarian, she truly wants to help save the planet that offers us so many things such as the food we eat, the air we breathe, and so much more. Educating people on sustainability, reducing carbon footprint, and conservation are her main interests. While working at Sustainable Investment Group (SIG) as a rising star, she has truly stirred up a passion for making buildings better for not only the environment but for the occupants in it as well.   Show Highlights Sustainable systems to create a symbiotic relationship with nature. Fitwel and healthy building projects, operations & maintenance, and amenities around some of Jessye’s projects.  Increasing SITES project opportunities. Great tips on how to stay motivated in college and as a young professional.   How

DesignOps Island Discs


The podcast from zeroheight, where we talk to the best folks in DesignOps from around the world to help you build the best darn DesignOps practice you possibly can. Hosted by Luke Murphy, design advocate at zeroheight, each episode focuses on a specific part of the DesignOps pie, gaining insight from both established DesignOps practitioners, as well as up and coming DesignOps voices.

The Logo Geek Podcast

Ian Paget

Designing more than the logo

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!

Modern Sewciety Podcast

Stephanie Kendron: Modern Creative blogger and podcaster

Modern Sewciety features modern creative bloggers in many different industries such as sewing, crafting. I will chat with each guest about what really led them to blogging, why they blog, what inspires them, what blogging has brought them, for example book deals, designing fabric and patterns, working with other companies. We will also talk about their passions that fuel their blogs like sewing, crafting, cooking, home improvement, and parenting. It is a chance to get to know them a little more than what we read on their blogs and just have a great time chatting. If you would like to suggest a modern creative blogger you would like to see interviewed on the podcast just email me at themodernsewciety (at) gmail (dot) com. Enjoy!

This is HCD - Human Centered Design Podcast

This is HCD

Sharon Richardson 'Blind belief in data and technology as bad as blind belief in belief.'

'Earth Experience Design' course with Gerry McGovern
Date: February 19 2022
Where: Online
Tickets: https://www.thisisdoing.com/courses/earth-experience-design-january-2022 

About this episode

Is technology a good thing? That was my first question I asked Dr Sharon Richardson, who is a senior scientist and lecturer in geocomputation at the University of Zurich, where she applies data-intensive methods to improve understanding of and assist in human, societal and environmental challenges. Sharon also has a keen interest in exploring the potential and limits of AI in real-world decisions.
World Wide Waste book / https://gerrymcgovern.com/world-wide-waste/
Gerry McGovern on Twitter / https://twitter.com/gerrymcgovern

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Motion Hatch: Helping Motion Designers Do Better Business

Hayley Akins

100: Lessons learnt from making 100 podcast episodes w/ Hayley Akins

When Motion Hatch first started it was a side hustle, now it's a company! Have you considered starting your own motion design project to help you grow your career? Our founder Hayley Akins explains how and why she started this motion design podcast and what she’s learnt along the way. About Hayley Akins Hayley started Motion Hatch with the aim of helping freelance motion designers with the business side of motion design – but she wasn’t sure how to achieve this. At the time, Hayley felt she had three choices for a motion design project: a podcast, blog or YouTube channel (she now has all three!). Initially Hayley didn’t feel confident filming videos and writing wasn’t her passion, so she decided to focus on creating her own motion design podcast. Read the full shownotes.

Mile Long Trace Interior Architecture & Interior Design

Elizabeth Lockwood, NCIDQ LEED AP ID+C IIDA

Lowdown on the Well Building Exam

In this episode we discuss: Strategies for taking the WELL Building ExamThe importance of designing for building healthHow to apply the strategies of WELL to the design of a project“The role buildings can play in human health and well-being has never been more evident or more important. Thanks to an evolving evidence base, we understand more about the relationship between the physical environment and human health than ever before. We know how to create spaces that enhance – rather than hinder – health and well-being. We can measure – and then improve – the quality of our air, water and light. We can design environments that fuel our bodies, move us, keep us connected, inspire our best work and facilitate a good night's sleep.” - WELLGuest SummaryBecca Dobosh has over 16 years of experience in the interior design industry, with a focus on and passion for sustainability.  For the past thirteen years she has been an integral part of SERA’s

Passive Income for Designers

Dustin Lee

Learn how to create a passive income for your design business so you can reclaim your creative and financial freedom. Passive Income for Designers will teach you how to uncover profitable passive income business ideas, create irresistible products and reach your ideal audience that can't wait to buy what you release. Passive Income for Designer's is hosted by Dustin Lee, owner of RetroSupply, an online marketplace that provided digital design resources for Photoshop and Illustrator.

The Grand Tourist with Dan Rubinstein

Dan Rubinstein

Nina Yashar: Milan’s Arbiter of Design

As the founder of Nilufar Gallery, Nina Yashar is a leading voice in collectible design. Through her many programs, exhibitions, and curated spaces, she has the ability to elevate forgotten names from history and make the careers of contemporary talents. On this episode, Dan chats with Nina about her youth as a radical feminist, how she became lifelong friends with Miuccia Prada, and the most beautiful homes she’s ever seen. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Love Where You Live Podcast

Jeremy and Chandler Quarles

Welcome to Love Where You Live, a podcast by interior design team Jeremy and Chandler of Peach and Pine Home. We love what we do because we get to help people create spaces where they can thrive. We love helping people find inspiration and joy where they spend the most time - in their homes! We love listening to our clients dream about what their home could be and how it could better serve them. And we LOVE creating the designs that get them there. In this podcast, we'll tackle topics in interior design, renovation and remodeling, home tips and tricks, DIY, home decor, and more. You’ll hear practical knowledge on everything from planning full-scale renovations to updating small spaces in your home. We’ll also have some pretty awesome guests on the show with inspiring perspectives on what makes home, well, home! Your home is vitally important to your ability to live life to the fullest. Are you ready to be inspired to make your home a place where you and your family can thrive? We are here to help YOU Love Where You Live.


Adam Wagoner

A platform to bring together Colorado architects and tell the stories behind their images. With Adam Wagoner

Future of the American City

Office for Urbanization

Grahame Shane

Grahame Shane is an architect, urbanist, and educator. He joins Charles Waldheim to discuss his career in urban design.

Make Do

Relay FM

95: Feelin' It

Julia got some arty homework from her therapist and Tiff has Big Feelings about her color challenge.

The Big Question: an IDEO Podcast


How Might We Embark On A Journey Of Diversity, Inclusion And Transformation In A Radically Transparent And Collaborative Way? With Frances Frei, Harvard Business School Professor & Lauren Collins, IDEO Chief Of Staff

Diversity and inclusion are more than just buzzwords. They are fundamental to an ever shifting societal landscape, with open discourse around these themes becoming increasingly more widespread in day to day life.

How do we measure how diverse or inclusive a workforce is? And how do we ensure this data is transparent and self-evident? Diversity for diversity’s sake can be just an exercise in checking a box to fit a quota. It’s the inclusion of a wider pool of diverse talent that allows businesses to thrive, create, and innovate.

In this episode of The Big Question, Detria Williamson asks Frances Frei, Harvard Business School Professor of Technology and Operations Management and Lauren Collins, Chief of Staff, office of the CEO, IDEO… h

The Informed Life

Jorge Arango

Dan Brown on IA Lenses

Dan Brown is the co-founder of UX design studio EightShapes. He’s also the author of Communicating Design, Designing Together, and Practical Design Discovery. In this conversation, we focus on Dan’s Information Architecture Lenses, a set of cards that help designers interrogate IA decisions. If you’re enjoying the show, please rate or review it in Apple’s Podcasts directory: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-informed-life/id1450117117?itsct=podcast_box&itscg=30200 Show notes Dan Brown Dan Brown on LinkedIn @brownorama on Twitter @ialenses on Twitter EightShapes EightShapes’s YouTube channel Communicating Design: Developing Web Site Documentation for Design and Planning by Dan Brown Designing Together: The collaboration and conflict management handbook for creative professionals by Dan Brown Practical Design Discovery by Dan Brown Information Architecture Lenses: Perspectives on Structure by Dan Brown Information Architecture Lenses card dec

Modern Architect Radio Show with Tom Dioro


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

Resourceful Designer: Strategies for running a graphic design business

Mark Des Cotes

Networking: It's not who you know, it's who knows you - RD281

Networking is all about getting your name out there. It's not about selling or pitching. It's about gaining recognition, building a reputation, if you will. Networking is the building block to every successful design business. Networking can take place anywhere and everywhere. You don't need to be at a conference, trade show or special networking event. Nor does it have to be with a particular sort of person or even a potential client. Every person you talk to, including family, friends and strangers alike, is a form of networking. And the more you do it, the better at it you'll become and the more successful you'll be. It's no secret that the number one way a graphic design business grows is through word-of-mouth referrals. And for word-of-mouth referrals to happen, people have to know four things about you. 1. Who you are. 2. What you do. 3. Your reliability. 4. Your likeability. When someone knows these four th

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.

New Layer

Tanner Christensen

When to Call it Quits

We are indefinitely calling it "quits" on New Layer, this is potentially our last episode. When is the right time to call something "quits?" Quitting never feels good, it even has many negative connotations surrounding it, but sometimes stepping away from something is the best thing you can do for it and yourself. For the New Layer podcast, the time has come for Jasmine and Tanner to step away. Learn more in this short episode.

Daniel House Book Club

Peter Spalding

Welcome to The Daniel House Book Club. We’re here to learn more about great design together. Whether you’re designing a new hotel or just furnishing your first apartment, we’re exploring books that will help you create spaces you and / or your guests and clients will want to return to again and again. There’s a lot of design out there and though I hate to be a downer, not all of it is good. But all of it could be, if we armed ourselves with a little more knowledge. This is not a podcast created to persuade you toward one aesthetic or another, but to explore together the immense library of design genius that has been contributed to the world by so many great talents that came before us and some that are still among us, so that when we arrive at our next jobs, we’ll find our place amongst the ranks of our amazing profession. I’m Peter Spalding, the Chief Creative Officer of The Daniel House Club, and I’ll be your host.

Creatively Brief: Conversations in Graphic Design, Filmmaking, Photography, and More

Michael Tumlin

48 - Tom Froese: Being a Creative is Still Hard Work

This week I spoke to illustrator and Top Skillshare Teacher, Tom Froese. In our conversation, we talked about his process and how he developed his style of illustration, how he built an audience on Instagram, and the behind the scenes of creating a Skillshare class. Tom not only shares his illustrations online, but also shares his thoughts through micro-blog posts in his captions, and shares his process on Skillshare. After teaching in a University, Tom wasn't sure teaching was for him, but when Skillshare reached out to him to teach a course, he accepted and now is a top Skillshare teacher. There's a lot of awesome work from Tom that you can check on across a lot of different platforms so be sure to connect with him at the links below. And be sure to keep your eyes open for his upcoming Skillshare course focused on how to choose colors as a digital artist.
Website/Classes: tomfroese.com
Instagram: @mrtomfroese

Talking Practice

Harvard Graduate School of Design

Talking Practice: Practice in an Uncertain World

In this episode of Talking Practice, host Grace La moderates a special roundtable, Practice in an Uncertain World. This informal event was recorded over zoom in May 2020, after the Harvard GSD evacuated its campus due to the COVID pandemic. The occasion gathered thirteen prominent architectural practitioners, who assembled on an early Saturday morning to share candid thoughts on the complexities of practice at this unprecedented moment. Featuring GSD faculty and alums, and representing different ages, geographic regions, and architectural practice type, the roundtable speakers include:  Jeffry Burchard, Elizabeth Christoforetti, Scott Cohen, Jeanne Gang, Eric Howeler, Grace La, Mark Lee, Rahul Mehrotra, Toshiko Mori, Paul Nakazawa, Lyndon Neri, Jacob Reidel, and Mack Scogin.

The conversation reveals a broad spectrum of insights and experiences. From the structuring of a fledgling office to the value of diversifying

特费神 | T Fashion



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فطور ديزاينر | Ftoor Designer

Ftoor Designer Podcast

فطور خفيف لطيف لكل مصمم بنشارك فيه معكم تجاربنا احنا أسامة خليل وعلاء علي لتشربوه مع كاسة شاي

Banter with BUCK


Holding space for conversations with makers of all mediums to foster inclusive and expansive definitions of creativity. Let’s demystify our industries together. Hosted by BUCK.

Design in Mind

Arkitektura Assembly

DESIGN IN MIND: Nacho Carbonell

When you look at Nacho Carbonell’s work, you’re taken into another world. His works are tactile and intimate, alive and engaging.

Onframe آن فریم

Alireza Rahmani

ما در آن‌فریم درمورد طراحی، تجربه کاربری و محصولات دیجیتال صحبت میکنیم.

The Weekly Typographic

The League of Moveable Type

#83 – Our favorite free font finds of 2021

Our favorite free font finds of 2021
This week we’re wrapping up for the year by looking back at our favorite free fonts that we’ve found this year. We’ve dived back into the shares from the last 12 months and have enjoyed revisiting some of the ones we still can’t get enough of. We’ve got everything from workhorses to fancier scripts, and something pretty creative too.
So scroll down and listen in to find out what freebies we loved this year. We hope they fit nicely into your own catalogue (or gazillion open tabs, if you’re like us) of great type for future projects.
This is our last podcast episode for 2021 as we enjoy a break over the holidays. But don’t worry! The newsletter will still drop into your inbox every Friday to keep you up to date on the latest in type and design news.
It’s been a wild year, we’ve hosted seven workshops alongside our amazing guest teachers, shared five interviews with other type an

Branding Out Loud

Anchor & Red Antler

Episode 3: The Creative

Liz talks to Red Antler executive creative director Jenna Navitsky about what makes a rich brand system the special magic of Anchor's new look and feel.

Fiber at the Speed of Life Podcast

Erica & Michelle

Erica & Michelle discuss life and the fiber arts they manage to fit into their busy lives!

Inspired Design

Larj Media

Everett Fitzhugh Keeping it Kraken

In this episode of Inspired Design, Let NHL announcer, Everett Fitzhugh’s contagious energy and passion for the future seep through your speakers and into your ears. You will be transported to the new Climate Pledge Area and get an endearing glimpse into why Everett is so proud to make history with The Seattle Kraken!

Home Stagers and Designers on Fire

Marianne Cherico

Bring the "Woo" into Your Systems and Processes

Wanna bring some "woo" into your systems and processes? In this episode I talk with Mary Williams, Chief Technology Therapist at Sensible Woo. Learn how to put more of you into your systems and processes so that they are tailor made to fit you like a worn pair of jeans. 

Women Build

World Architecture News

Women Design Luxury Residential

Women Build speaks to Kate Rasmussen about what to consider when designing a forever home, the challenges around new builds and renovations and classical architecture See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Inside Stylists podcast

Emma Morton-Turner

Getting started in Interior Styling with Claire Parkin 

The Inside Stylists Podcast: Episode 107 Getting started in Interior Styling with Claire Parkin  Today's guest is an Interior Designer who wanted to learn exactly how to style a space. She applied to be an intern on Inside Stylists and I wouldn't let her leave! Now, she's my Chief Insider and writes blog posts for the website, and supports me like you would not believe. In this episode, we're going to be talking all about how she got started in Interior Styling, what she's learnt, the good bad, and the ugly. I'm very excited (and slightly worried we'll talk all day) with today's guest Claire Parkin from Claire Parkin Interiors   You can find the full show notes for today's episode RIGHT HERE    Links and Resources Follow us on Instagram : @InsideStylists.com Visit InsideStylists.com for Interiors inspiration  Check out more Podcast interviews here