The Design Better podcast delivers insights from the world’s most renowned creative leaders, empowering teams to transform their practice and build remarkable products. This series is hosted by Aarron Walter and Eli Woolery and brought to you by InVision, the digital product design platform used to make the world’s best customer experiences. Discover more best practices, research, and resources at www.designbetter.com.
RISD President Rosanne Somerson: Transformation through education
We chat with Rhode Island School of Design President Rosanne Somerson about some of the common traits of their most successful graduates, how COVID has changed higher education, and the power of a degree in the arts.
Sara Seager: Pushing boundaries through collaboration
We speak with Sara Seager, astrophysict and planetary scientist at MIT, about collaboration, how to push boundaries, and giving yourself permission to fail.
Dan Pink: Creating meaningful connections
We chat with author Dan Pink about creating meaningful connections in a Zoom-dominated workplace, and giving teams a sense of purpose given all that is going on in the world today.
Netflix's Steve Johnson and Rochelle King: Making great stories accessible
We chat with Steve Johnson, Vice President of Design, and Rochelle King, Vice President of Creative Production at Netflix, to talk about how they approach inclusive design for a global audience, how they use a data-informed rather than data-driven product strategy, and why looking for passion rather than for credentials might be the key to your next great hire.
Apple TV+ Home’s Doug Pray and Matt Weaver: Designing spaces that change behavior and create opportunity
We asked Matt Weaver and Doug Pray (two of the creators of Home on Apple TV+) about how the subjects of the documentary used their own stubbornness and resilience to push their projects forward, how constraints of location and material encouraged creative solutions, and about some of the common threads they see across creative disciplines.
John Cleese: A cheerful guide to creativity
We talk with actor, writer and comedian John Cleese about his new book, Creativity: A Short and Cheerful Guide, 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.
I love listening to this podcast. I enjoy it every morning with my coffee and absolutely love listening to the thoughtful and enlightening conversations. The guests are amazing and the hosts ask relevant, insightful, and interesting questions. Great work.
Great work 🎨
This is a really great podcast. I love how smooth it is, and the great quality of both the audio and the people interviewed. 👏👏👏
I have to say this.
The content is GREAT, but the up-speak is really bad. After the third episode of people up speaking every sentence I had to turn it off.