Not Craft is a design podcast about all the soft skills you need to be successful in your design career—from the people that have learned them first hand.
04: How people perceive you is their reality (Feat: Jared Erondu)
For this episode we talk with Jared Erondu about his lessons for us and the surprising similarities between this show and his project Playbook, where designers share answers to tough questions that many of us face on a daily basis.
03: Do designers deserve to be at the table? (Feat: Kristy Tillman)
Kristy talks about what it means to have a seat at the table, how sometimes something we're working on comes full fruition years later, and how we as designers, need to be more aware of the bigger world that we're living in and designing for.
02: See if your ego is in the way (Feat. Luisa Mancera)
Luisa talks about her life in the agency and startup world as a designer trying to build confidence and find all the right words to express her work.
01: Don't be a jerk (feat. Pablo Stanley)
For our first episode, we welcome Pablo Stanley, a super talented designer and illustrator, to talk to us about some of the lessons he's learned over the years that don't have to do with the craft of design. He'll dig into insecurities and how to overcome them, and give you some practical tips for you.
Honest and humble design talk
I love the approach of Not Craft - thinking about the soft skills that make us more effective as designers. Josh has a great spectrum of voices for each episode, seriously this is solid work 👍
The design podcast that's been missing
There's plenty of resources online to learn the craft of design, but not enough about the soft skills, which makes up a huge amout of why designers succeed or fail. Absolutely worth a listen.