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A podcast about graphic design, design, pop culture, web design, and the people working in the industry. The Reflex Blue Show is hosted by Donovan Beery, a designer living and working in Omaha, Nebraska.

The Reflex Blue Show : A Graphic Design Podcast Donovan Beery

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A podcast about graphic design, design, pop culture, web design, and the people working in the industry. The Reflex Blue Show is hosted by Donovan Beery, a designer living and working in Omaha, Nebraska.

    Tim Lapetino: The Reflex Blue Show #222

    Tim Lapetino: The Reflex Blue Show #222

    Tim Lapetino, stops by The Reflex Blue Show to discuss his upcoming book, Pac-Man: Birth of an Icon. And also, what a huge cultural phenomenon Pac-Man was / is. We also discuss how his interest in journalism and design has[…]↓ Read the rest of this entry... The post Tim Lapetino: The Reflex Blue Show #222 appeared first on 36 Point.

    Archie Boston: The Reflex Blue Show #221

    Archie Boston: The Reflex Blue Show #221

    Archie Boston stopped by The Reflex Blue Show to discuss what it was that brought him into a career in Graphic Design and Advertising in the 1960s. We also discuss his book, Fly In The Buttermilk: Memoirs of an African American[…]↓ Read the rest of this entry... The post Archie Boston: The Reflex Blue Show #221 appeared first on 36 Point.

    Susan Augenbraun and Paul Mendoza: The Reflex Blue Show #220

    Susan Augenbraun and Paul Mendoza: The Reflex Blue Show #220

    Susan Augenbraun (Events Manager at the national office of AIGA) and Paul Mendoza (who leads a digital design team at UCLA) stop by to talk about the 2nd (does this make it annual?) AIGA Portfolio Festival. Of course, no portfolio[…]↓ Read the rest of this entry... The post Susan Augenbraun and Paul Mendoza: The Reflex Blue Show #220 appeared first on 36 Point.

    Christina Falzano: The Reflex Blue Show #219

    Christina Falzano: The Reflex Blue Show #219

    Christina Falzano, Managing Director of Conran Design Group stops by The Reflex Blue Show to talk about getting into branding, changes over the years in phone bills, how people interact with brands now, working in branding for the pharmaceutical and health spaces,[…]↓ Read the rest of this entry... The post Christina Falzano: The Reflex Blue Show #219 appeared first on 36 Point.

    Prescott Perez-Fox: The Reflex Blue Show #218

    Prescott Perez-Fox: The Reflex Blue Show #218

    I feel like I’ve known Prescott Perez-Fox for close to 20 years, but I think it’s all been online with the exception of a lunch we had like a decade ago at a conference. Even this podcast was remote, but[…]↓ Read the rest of this entry... The post Prescott Perez-Fox: The Reflex Blue Show #218 appeared first on 36 Point.

    Michael Schwab: The Reflex Blue Show #217

    Michael Schwab: The Reflex Blue Show #217

    Michael Schwab! This week we welcome illustrator/designer / artist Michael Schwab to The Reflex Blue Show to talk about his process, the tools he uses, his influences, and more. Ben Lueders, who co-hosted for most of seasons 5 and 6[…]↓ Read the rest of this entry... The post Michael Schwab: The Reflex Blue Show #217 appeared first on 36 Point.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

T-rax ,

Fun and fresh

I’ve only listened to the Von Glitschka and Aaron Draplin episodes thus far but it seems like a good podcast thus far, I’ve laughed along with the co-hosts and they ask some good questions to these big-name designers.

JoshCrist ,

Entertaining, 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 - this is a must-listen podcast for you! Donovan 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!

rooattack ,

Best podcasts do more listening and less talking

The content is good. And this is a difficult thing to master, but it really really bugs me how much the host interrupts the guest. We want to hear what the guest has to say and they'll be mid sentence stating something serious or important and the host will interrupt them trying to make a joke. I don't want to be rude but it happens almost every time they are speaking on every episode. Great Podcasts are little to do with the host and so much more about the guests. Let them finish speaking. I didn't learn hardly anything in ep 158 due to constant interruptions. But the show is great and I love the potential it has.

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