We explore and discuss philosophies, professions, trends, and advice regarding all things creative. We feature a variety of creative professionals to hear their thoughts and experiences in the creative world.
In this episode, we discuss the methodology, impact, and applications of the "Sprint" ideology as written about by Jake Knapp.
Editing and music by: John Bougioukos
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Interview with Illustrator Jérémie Claeys
Join us in learning about Jérémie's journey from a comic book loving young boy, into a Graphic Designer who re-discovered his childhood passion for Illustration that brought him to a Freelance Illustration practice that he loves today.
Jérémie's website: www.jeremieclaeys.com/
Our Blog: www.creative honey.org
Music in this episode by: Dr. Doctor
The Subjectivity of Time in Your Creative Practice
Time. It never feels like we have enough of it. Time can affect so many aspects of how we manage our lives, but how about our Creative practice? Today we talk about how you choose to view time can affect how smoothly your practice runs, the amount of income you can make, and even your client relationships.
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Music by: Iceland by napz
Intro Music by: Mockateel
Branding & Identity with Jain Karan of Magfirst
Building a brand is more than just having a nice logo. It's about the process of research, discovery and analysis that goes into understanding a business or individual's needs and who they are most trying to target. The end result should be a beautiful visual identity and on-point messaging that lasts well into the future. In this episode we chat with Jain Karan, the CEO & Founder of Magfirst, a Publication Design Agency, and Enamus, a Branding Agency. He shares with us his masterful understanding of Branding & Identity, and how to properly approach the process, delivering information that is illuminating for aspiring Brand Strategists and businesses alike.
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When someone gets to be a working Creative, it's easy to think that it's a dream come true. However, many Creatives can experience an insidious issue, that's not always easy to figure out. This issue is called Creative Burnout. In this episode we discuss what you can do to realize you might be burning yourself out, teach you how to spot the signs, how to heal from it and have a fulfilling creative Career.
Our Blog: www.creativehoney.org
Music By: Scott Holmes- Positive and Fun
Paul Fisko- Six Times Four & Little Glass Men- Sub Aqueonic
Interview: Creative Career Pivot with Mark Steiner of GigSalad
Many creatives may reach a point where they realize they want to try something different, that's outside of their current creative career education and experience, but are not sure how to make the leap. In this episode we talk to Mark Steiner founder of the successful startup, GigSalad, an online market place for entertainers of all types to land gigs for various types of events.
Mark started off being an Actor, then a Talent Agent, until one day he realized he wanted to combine his talent to form a startup. Mark tells us his story of his Creative career pivot, and how he got to where he is today.
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Very Informative Creative Podcast
I've been really enjoying listening to Zach and Maria, and have learned so much! Would highly recommend to anyone looking to enhance their creative skills.
Great design voice from two veterans.
Zach and Maria share their experience and knowledge in design and creativity. Easy to listen to and very informative. Must-listen for every designer, no matter where you are in your journey. Looking forward to more content! Keep it up guys!
Inspiring and Thoughtful
Maria and Zach are a great duo—insightful, fun, and compassionate. They tackle some of the great dilemmas of our times with wit, humor, and intelligence. Started listening to Creative Honey episode with typography genius Michael Stinson, and got so engrossed in the conversation I found myself talking to them out loud. I was hooked from there. The episode with Nathan Ryan from Toi is like a guidebook on how to get yourself educated and out into the design world. And the episode with Marina Joyce taught me more in 53 minutes than a semester's worth of class. Thank you both for such great topics and fascinating guests!