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"Remain Teachable" Atlas Fox | Creative Designer
Balancing their art career, making fine art, prints, murals, working in the film industry, and now with the Family- Atlas and their wife adopted three kids in 2013 from LA - has its rewards and challenges. Atlas made life-altering moves over the last year, and even though your actions may not be as big as theirs, so much inspiration to be gained from someone who made the worst of times, the best possible way to make the rest of their life, the life they want to live.
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PROBLEM FRAMING with Wayne Li Professor In Design And Engineering At Georgia Tech
Wayne Li is not only an first class designer and draftsman, but he’s an exceptional design thinker and today he shares with us the idea of problem framing. Wayne helps explain the fundamentals for successful commercial design and shares with us all how empathy is the new trend in design and how he hopes it’s here to stay.
Circle of Trust
Great design leadership, can it be taught? And exploring how the automotive industry has many examples of successful problem framing.
Biggie | Former Artist Manager "RETIRED: The Exit Interview."
Our good friend Biggie of Good Fight Entertainment has decided to call it quits at 41 years young. Today's story is about setting your goals, crushing your expectations but then learning to listen to the voice inside your heart that tells you what matters the most.
Bad Design with Dan Stiles
Bad Design is podcast series with Dan Stiles and Mark Brickey focusing on where good ideas go wrong with bad design.
Today's Unlucky Topics:
Tesla Yoke Steering Wheel
Empathy In Design
Pandemic Pre Tipping
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Industrial Designer | Scott Henderson
Scott Henderson is an industrial designer located in DUMBO, Brooklyn, expressing innovative function, deeper meaning, and soul. Scott is considered one of the top industrial designers working in the U.S. today.
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Mark Lewman of Nemo Design Talks About The Future of Advertising
Mark asks Mark Lewman after thirty-three years in the design and advertising industry how does he feel about the future of his profession and what can we all learn from his veteran insight.
Empowering, insightful and actionable! 🙌
Whether you’re well established as someone who can translate creative energy into the impact you want to have on the world, or just getting started as a catalyst for change - this is a must-listen podcast for you! Mark does an incredible job leading conversations that cover a huge breadth of topics related to the ins and outs of building a thriving career and life you can be proud of as a designer - from leaders who’ve actually walked the path. Highly recommend listening and subscribing!
Learn and be entertain
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Up and Down
I first subcribed to this podcast years ago. Listened for a while then unsubcribed because the host kept putting down formal education in design. He was also childish, not in a fun/funny way but in an attention-seeking way.
A couple years later I heard that an artist I admired was a guest on AID so I listened, felt like maybe I should give it another chance, and re-subscribed.
I listened for another year or so but gave up and unsubscribed again. I just can't get past Mark's biases. By his own admission most of the artists he admires are people who drop out of school - and he admires them primarily because they're dropouts and not in spite of that fact. Why? Choosing to enter school and then leave isn't a positive feature. You can like their work in spite of them droping out but to elevate that as the reason for the admiration is concerning.
Mark started one episode by calling a college diploma a piece of paper, a common term used by those who are self-taught. A college degree in Graphic Design means you've made it through a formal cirruculum, learned to take critique from your professors and peers, and have an understanding of the history of the craft. These aren't bad things and to have them repeatedly dismissed just took away any desire for me to listen to another AID episode.