Overtime, Dribbble's weekly podcast, explores the most interesting design news and gives you the tips you need to create your best work. No need to scroll copious news sites and design Twitter—host Meg Lewis and friends are primed to inform, entertain, and inspire you each week. Consider Overtime your audio lifeline to the design community, packaged in a perfectly punchy Shot. Subscribe and listen every Wednesday to stay ahead of the game.
Blobs, Bottles, & Boundaries
This week on Overtime, blobs are everywhere in design! Meg and guest co-host Ryan Appleton of Co-Loop dissect this playful design trend and discuss why blobs took over in 2020. Plus, what’s the low-down on Pepsi’s latest redesign? Find out why PepsiCo decided to makeover their two-liter bottle for the first time in nearly 30 years. Then, stick around for an important chat about setting healthy boundaries with clients, and advocating for yourself when you’re not feeling 100%.
Intention Setting To Power Design
This week on Overtime, let's talk about how to set the vibes to get your best design work done. Plus, get the inside scoop on the latest art restoration gone totally wrong, as we question what would happen if the same thing occurred in our design industry. Finally, is feel-good social media even possible? Let’s discuss!
What Lizzo Can Teach Us About Design
Get ready to channel your inner Lizzo, designers. This week on Overtime, we're talking about how to create with confidence, break the boundaries of what's normal, and build a more fulfilling, authentic creative career. Plus, are you more of a generalist or a specialist? We explore the different types of designers and where they fit into today's landscape. Then, get some tips and advice for building a meaningful and productive relationship with your design mentor, and why you should get one!
Design Has Power
Who’s ready for a post-election pep talk? This week on Overtime, past Meg offers present-day Meg some words of encouragement and an important reminder that design is still important—no matter what happens this week. Plus, Airbnb tries to help freelance illustrators, and it ends up backfiring—we unpack why. Then, let’s take a look at how 2020 is making us more pragmatic through sustainable purchases in tech and fashion. Let’s go!
Survival Of The Fittest Design Trends
This week on Overtime, celebrate the show’s 100th episode as Meg reflects on the podcast and her time as a host. We’re looking back at some of the topics we covered at the beginning of 2020 that didn’t really age well given what the year had in store for us… Plus, let’s see which design trends endured the wrath of 2020. It’s going to be a wild ride. Let’s go!
Design Like A Kid
This week on Overtime, a new brand launches lowbrow art kits that encourage you to channel your inner child and make things with your hands again. Plus, get the inside scoop on an awesome new design fellowship & summit that completely changes the landscape of how our industry shares knowledge. Last but not least, let's talk about using capitalism for good—we're talking about how to vote with your wallet and make more ethical purchasing choices as a creative. Let's go!
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Inflections are fun 🤪
I loooove the inflections? I think ending sentences in question mark is…cool and fun? 😜
Anyways, love the podcast, your personality and your fun perspective on the design world — basically all of it!
Thank you, Meg! 🤡💕
This podcast has been my buddy during 2020! Meg’s insights on the design community has kept me connected and engaged with my profession, and inspired me to self-reflect and push myself toward a more creative and authentic life. Thank you, Meg! I’m so grateful for your endless enthusiasm. Stay weird! Xo
The arrogance is so potent you can taste it.