Around Design is a podcast hosted by Gravity Sketch Co-Founder Daniela Paredes, exploring how designers generate, nurture and communicate their best ideas within the product design lifecycle.
Oluwaseyi Sosanya: Co-Founder and CEO at Gravity Sketch
43:06Daniela sits down with Gravity Sketch Co-Founder and CEO Seyi Sosanya, who gives detail on his design background and the path that led them both to create Gravity Sketch. They both deep dive into what the product is achieving for customers and the philosophy behind it.
Alberto Villareal: Design Director at Tonal
50:45Alberto Villareal talks to Daniela about when and how to share your design ideas, and mutual respect of expertise within the design process. We also hear how his ten years at Google working on the Pixel have shaped how he approaches designs today.
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Hussain Almossawi: Founder / Chief Designer
44:15Daniela discusses design approaches with Hussain Almossawi – founder of Mossawi Studios and author of The Innovator’s Handbook. Having previously worked for Nike, Adidas, Apple, and Ford, Hussain shares his unique approach to product design that combines science and imagination.
Spencer Nugent: Owner of Sketch A Day
32:11Daniela interviews Sketch A Day founder and independent creator Spencer Nugent. They dig into how he visually communicates ideas to others, and himself – and how this is influenced by the surprising fact that he doesn’t consider himself a “visual thinker”.
Jared Goldman: VP of Design at New Balance
45:25Jared Goldman, VP of Design at New Balance, discusses the strategy to move New Balance design towards a 3D-first workflow where a single digital asset is used across the process. Jared also gives insight into his personal journey in design and the skills he acquired along the way.
Michael DiTullo: Founder and Chief Creative
1:03:22Having worked with some of the world’s largest brands such as Google, Nike and Converse, Michael DiTullo discusses his career so far, where his passion for industrial design began as a child drawing “stuff from the future, his approach to design, and his favourite ways of working.
Cheresse Thornhill-Goldson and Jessica Smith: S.E.E.D
51:09Cheresse Thornhill-Goldson and Jessica Smith speak about the School for Experiential Education in Design (S.E.E.D): a paid two-year footwear design program for women from diverse backgrounds, and how diversity in the design process results in a better product.
Martijn van de Wiel: Independent Creative / Design Teacher
49:42Martijn van de Wiel, Independent Creative and Design Teacher, discusses his journey into a design career, exploring some unlikely workflows and methods to get students to discover objects and proportions, including “cheating” sketches.