What it means to be creative - Part 2: A letter to my brain
What it means to be creative - Part 1: Why I create
It’s been too long since we’ve sat down to talk. There were a lot of things in my life that needed my attention, but that’s no excuse. I know that you must have felt like I was pushing you aside. I didn’t mean to ignore you.
I’m sorry about that.
Jason Frostholm - What it's like podcasting and giving back to the design community
Creation is the most beautiful act we can be part of. To bring something into existence where there was once nothing. Using our mind, acting intentionally, and with a little imagination–anything can be made possible. It’s in this moment that I feel most alive.
Peter Deltondo - Freelancing and Work-life balance
This week, I chat with Jason Frostholm. He's a designer, freelancer, and host of the Creative South Podcast.
Kendall Hanna – Personal storytelling and building community
This week, I chat with designer Peter Deltondo. He's the lead designer at GoFundMe, a freelancer, and part of the Creative South Conference team.
Dennis Cortés - How to find focus and the challenges of UX in product design
This week, I chat with Kendall Hanna. She describes herself as a Canon slingin’ photographer and human tumbleweed, traveling all over country producing shoots for her clients.
Brad Woodard - His path as an illustrator, design school, and teaching others
This week, I chat with product designer Dennis Cortés. He's a product designer at MetaLab, blogs weekly sharing tips and insights on design, and produces music.
Lessons learned in my first year creating content
This week, I chat with illustrator Brad Woodard. He is 1/2 of Brave the Woods- a design and illustration studio that he runs along with his wife, Krystal.
Every child is an artist
As a designer, it’s easy to want to make things perfect before putting them out. And that is great unless it prevents you from actually starting and reaching your goals.
Always Sunday Design Podcast Trailer: Talking about good design
How many times have you held back from showing your true self? When was the last time you didn’t second-guess yourself? How often do you take a chance without calculating risks?
When talking about good design, we tend to gravitate towards the aesthetics of a product. But that’s not necessarily what makes a product great.