A new way to understand design. ~ A multilingual design podcast - answering the big question: Who Is It For? Dansk og engelsk sproget podcast om design. Faktisk om alt slags design. Som navnet på podcasten angiver (Who Is It For? | Forstå design), så er hoved præmissen i podcasten at se på hvem man designer til og hvorfor man gør det. Der er fokus på alt fra grafisk design til byrumsdesign. Hvorfor skal vi have fokus på design? Hvorfor er det overhovedet vigtigt at være opmærksom på hvad der er dårligt og godt design?
Episode 32: Working remotely - w. Maria Andersen (@mariajandersenart)
50:33How is it to work remotely as a freelancer? What are the pros and cons for this type of working environment. That is this episodes topic which Marcus talks and discusses with Maria Andersen, who is a digital- and web designer and illustrator. Links to all of Marias different socials and websites: https://www.instagram.com/mariajandersenart/ https://www.instagram.com/thehappyrobotss/ http://mariajandersen.com/
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Episode 31: Work from home - w. Frederik Rømming
49:17Due to the COVID-19 pandemic a lot of us are now facing a new reality, where we have to adapt to working from home for a period of time. That's exactly what Frederik and I discuss and check in one another the hear how we both are dealing with this unusual situation. Listen along, their might be some great tips on how to keep up motivation and creativity. PLEASE REMEMBER TO WASH YOUR HANDS, DON'T TOUCH YOUR FACE AND KEEP YOUR DISTANCE.
Episode 30: Staying focused in chaos
11:03This episode is not solely about COVID-19. But about how to stay focused in times of chaos and uncertainty. Listen along and please stay safe and be thoughtful of others. 3 simple rules: 1. WASH YOU HANDS. 2. DON'T TOUCH YOUR FACE. 3. KEEP YOUR DISTANCE.
Episode 29: The Value of UX - w. Xhensila Reci (@xhensilareci)
1:07:15In todays episode I explore the value of UX together with UX'er and project manager Xhensila Reci. This episode is a bit longer than the usual. But it so much worth it. Xhensila and I discover so many parts of what the core value of UX really is. More about Xhensila right here: http://xhensilareci.dk/ & https://www.instagram.com/xhensilareci/ Listen along. Follow the podcast on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wiifdesign/ and consider supporting on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/wiif
Episode 27: Designing a design podcast - w. Tony Daussat (@xdpodcast)
52:12Tony Daussat runs the podcast Experience Design Podcast, where he covers a whole variety of different design related topics with inspiring and interesting guests. This time Tony is in the hot seat. And we talk about how you actually go about designing af "design" podcast. Listen along. Please review and rate the podcast on Apple Podcast Follow Tony on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/xdpodcast/ and listen to his podcast right here: https://www.xdpodcast.com/links Follow the WIIF podcast on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wiifdesign/
Episode 25: Hvordan aninmerer man? - m. Maria Andersen (@mariajandersenart)
56:12Havde den store fornøjelse af at have Maria Andersen med på podcasten som har skabt The Happy Robots (se link). Vi snakker om hendes proces bag disse kreationer og ikke mindst hvordan Maria startede ud med at aninmerer hendes første projekter. Lyt med! Maria's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mariajandersenart/ The Happy Robots' Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thehappyrobotss/
Episode 24: Public Transportation Design
7:15In this episode I focus on (very briefly), the danish version of the Oyster card - called Rejsekort and talk about my dislikes about it. And why this type of design doesn't fit well in, in Denmark. Follow the podcast on Instagram: www.instagram.com/wiifdesign