Bryan Ho — How to Make the World Weird Web More Fun & Creative (#45)

Listen on Spotify | Listen on Apple | Watch on YouTube I think a lot of our relationships in life are defined by proximity...how close are you to the bubble of the work you're producing?Bryan Ho This conversation is for nerrrrrrrds. Today I'm joined by Bryan Ho! (@foundbryan) Bryan is a web designer from Singapore.… Continue reading Bryan Ho — How to Make the World Weird Web More Fun & Creative (#45)

Craig Burgess — The Most Prolific Creator on the Web Shares His Habits, Routines, and Mindsets for Unlimited Creative Output (#38)

Listen on Spotify | Listen on Apple | Watch on YouTube | Trailer I choose to publish my daily reps, whether they're bad or not.Craig Burgess This conversation blew my mind. Craig Burgess is a graphic designer, illustrator, writer, and podcaster from the UK. Craig epitomizes the definition of prolific: he creates something every. single.… Continue reading Craig Burgess — The Most Prolific Creator on the Web Shares His Habits, Routines, and Mindsets for Unlimited Creative Output (#38)

Re:iterations — a few short lessons from making my podcast cover designs

Here's the evolution of my podcast logo. First, this. Then, this. Next, this. Now, this. Some short lessons from doing it myself: Reiteration leads to confidence.By removing the unnecessary bits, you leave space for your personality.Basic is better.Most fonts look terrible. Think of it this way: everyone else wastes time looking for the perfect font,… Continue reading Re:iterations — a few short lessons from making my podcast cover designs

Nate Kadlac: Lessons on Art and Life From a Designer Who Does It All (#33)

Listen on Spotify | Listen on Apple | Watch on YouTube | Trailer "You always have to cultivate those skills, right? You always have to put in the time and learn. I wasn't formally trained. I'm self-taught."-Nate Kadlac Nate Kadlac (@kadlac) is a designer and writer based in Los Angeles California. Nate started with humble… Continue reading Nate Kadlac: Lessons on Art and Life From a Designer Who Does It All (#33)