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We chat to graphic designer Adam Ho on designing Abstract, a design version control tool
What is internet art and what can designers learn from it?
We all have something that's unique about each of us and it’s important to be able to share that with our potential clients.
On answering the dreaded..."what do you do?" question.
Nika writes about how to keep up with the fast-changing tools in design.
Today, Nika walks through what to do when you think it might be time to give up on your dream career.
Is there a nonpartisan aesthetic?
We chat to SuperHi's designer and art director André Cândido on his creative process as he worked through SuperHi's brand refresh.
We chat to designer Meg Lewis on how she's built a company based entirely on her personality.
We chat to information designer Giorgia Lupi on how she manages her creative process, making Happy Data, and the book she's writing next.
We chat to designer Anton Sten on working remotely, "dining together" with your team, and making Toast.
Whether you design products or graphics, cultivating a creative practice is key to sharpening your skills and getting really good.
What's the difference between a UX and a UI designer? What about graphic design vs digital design?
We chat to designer Olivia Charlesworth on her journey as a freelancer, what she's learned, and what she's still learning.
We chat to designer Carolyn Zhang about all kinds of things, from what it took to make the leap, to her take on the future of freelancing, to what it means to make meaningful and creative work.
We chat to Lauren Hom about post-burnout career transition, burning out even when doing what you love, and getting comfortable with saying no.
We chat to creative technologist Matt Marshall about his career, from working on award-winning inventions to art installations to video games.
We chat to type designer Troy Leinster about how he ended up in type design, the importance of continuing education and the experience of transitioning between disciplines.
Unlike a lot of creatives who'd often much prefer to do the work rather than lead it, Stewart Scott-Curran quite clearly a strategist and leader. It's in the way he thinks, the way he talks.
Meg tackles launching a fulfilling career in the creative fields, especially when you feel like an imposter.
Meg answers a question all entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs-to-be can relate to.
Meg walks through how to land your first job, the one that seems so hard to get.
Meg talks about how to build a business that doesn't rely on millions of followers.
Meg talks about how to set proper boundaries at work, even when it comes to your manager.
Meg gives us a lesson on personal branding in the creative world.
Eric Hu is the global design director at Nike in Portland, Oregon. Previously he worked as the director of design at Ssense in Montreal.
Jennifer Daniel is the creative director for Google's emoji program. Previously, she was a graphics editor at the New York Times and Bloomberg Businessweek.
The hosts of design podcast North v South talk to us about how to talk about design, the technical aspects of setting up a weekly show and how to score pies out of ten.