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Design Notes is a show about creative work and what it teaches us. For the first episode of 2020, Liam speaks with David Reinfurt, founder of O-R-G, half of Dexter Sinister, and author of A *New* Program for Graphic Design. Together they explore the fluid notions of personal, corporate, and graphic identity throughout Reinfurt’s career, the importance of learning through practice, and the relationship between design and art.

 

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    SF Design Week: Julian Zigerli, Zürich Fashion Designer

    33:34

    In this episode, part of San Francisco Design Week's Digital Edition, Liam speaks with Julian Zigerli, a designer in Zürich, Switzerland creating clothing that allows everyone to decide how what they wear expresses who they are. In the interview, Zigerli describes how the rich culture of Switzerland impacts his work, what it means when someone asks for "straight" clothes, and how his creative practice adapted in a time of pandemic. Content warning: In this episode, the word "queer" is used in a reclaimed manner.   Find out more about SF Design Week at sfdesignweek.com   Subscribe to Design Notes  👉Google Podcasts 👉iTunes 👉Spotify 👉Pocket Casts 👉RSS
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    Theming with Moooi - 2020 Material Design Awards

    21:02

    This episode is part of a special series of three interviews, recorded remotely with the winners of the 2020 Material Design Awards, exploring what goes into creating an award-winning app. Moooi, winning the award for Material Theming, focuses on aesthetic fundamentals like type, color, and imagery to create an immersive and expressive experience for their digital flagship. In the interview, Liam is joined by Margot Gabel and Rémy Barthez taking an in-depth look at how Moooi implemented an award-winning themed experience. 👉 PDF Transcript   Subscribe to Design Notes  👉Google Podcasts 👉iTunes 👉Spotify 👉Pocket Casts 👉RSS
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    Dark Theme with KAYAK - 2020 Material Design Awards

    21:16

    This episode is part of a special series of three interviews, recorded remotely with the winners of the 2020 Material Design Awards, exploring what goes into creating an award-winning app. KAYAK has taken their comprehensive price comparison and travel booking experience to the next level by translating their brand into a dark theme. In the interview, Liam learns from Aleksandra Safarova and Mike Scopino how building a dark theme revolutionized KAYAK's entire approach to color. 👉 PDF Transcript   Subscribe to Design Notes  👉Google Podcasts 👉iTunes 👉Spotify 👉Pocket Casts 👉RSS
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    Motion Design with Epsy - 2020 Material Design Awards

    20:15

    This episode is part of a special series of three interviews, recorded remotely with the winners of the 2020 Material Design Awards, exploring what goes into creating an award-winning app. Epsy uses motion meaningfully, guiding users living with Epilepsy through critical tasks to better their quality of life. In the interview, Liam is joined by Jennifer Stott and Marco Peluso to break down Epsy's approach to designing - and prioritizing - motion. 👉 PDF Transcript   Subscribe to Design Notes  👉Google Podcasts 👉iTunes 👉Spotify 👉Pocket Casts 👉RSS
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    BJ Best, ArtyBots

    32:23

    In this episode, Liam speaks with BJ Best, a poet who teaches computers to do what humans can’t in the name of art. His network of ArtyBots is part of a vibrant scene of robots creating, sharing, and collaborating with one another on virtual art. In the interview, Best describes the reflective opportunities and editorial impact created by a bot-created body of work numbering in the tens of thousands.   Subscribe to Design Notes  👉Google Podcasts 👉iTunes 👉Spotify 👉Pocket Casts 👉RSS
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    Laurie Rosenwald, Illustrator and Author

    30:13

    Design Notes is a show about creative work and what it teaches us. In this episode, Liam speaks with illustrator, editorial designer, and author Laurie Rosenwald about how she’s managed to cultivate an aesthetic—and a career—around “making mistakes on purpose.” Learn how chaos and collage can come together to reveal unexpected creative potential, and let Rosenwald help make sure you’re never alone with a blank page. Subscribe to Design Notes  👉Google Podcasts 👉iTunes 👉Spotify 👉Pocket Casts 👉RSS
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    Kerry Murphy, Co-Founder, The Fabricant

    22:17

    In this episode, Liam speaks with Kerry Murphy, co-founder of digital fashion house The Fabricant, to learn how ones and zeros are spun, woven, and stitched into virtual couture. In designing couture that doesn’t—or can’t—exist in physical space, The Fabricant also explores ideas of embodiment and self-actualization. Murphy pushes these concepts even further, by interacting with his own “virtual twin,” composed from 3D-scans of his body.   Subscribe to Design Notes  👉Google Podcasts 👉iTunes 👉Spotify 👉Pocket Casts 👉RSS
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    David Reinfurt, Author (A *New* Program for Graphic Design)

    35:26

    Design Notes is a show about creative work and what it teaches us. For the first episode of 2020, Liam speaks with David Reinfurt, founder of O-R-G, half of Dexter Sinister, and author of A *New* Program for Graphic Design. Together they explore the fluid notions of personal, corporate, and graphic identity throughout Reinfurt’s career, the importance of learning through practice, and the relationship between design and art.   Subscribe to Design Notes  👉Google Podcasts 👉iTunes 👉Spotify 👉Pocket Casts 👉RSS
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    Reflectly - 2019 Material Design Awards

    13:39

    This episode is part of a special series of four interviews with the winners of this year’s Material Design Awards, exploring what goes into creating an award-winning app. Reflectly, a unique journaling app, won this year’s award for innovation by pushing the boundaries of Material Design and bringing it to life with fluid animations, a novel elevation model, and custom componentry. In the interview, cofounder Jacob Kristensen digs into the foundations of Reflectly and how its experience—from philosophy to specific interactions—came to life. Listen and subscribe to Design Notes  👉Google Podcasts 👉iTunes 👉Spotify 👉Pocket Casts 👉RSS
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    Ruff - 2019 Material Design Awards

    15:59

    This episode is part of a special series of four interviews with the winners of this year’s Material Design Awards, exploring what goes into creating an award-winning app. Ruff is a focused note-taking app that won this year’s award for theming, building an expressive identity through the consistent application of color, typography, and shape. In the interview, Liam and developer/designer Bardi Golriz talk about what it’s like to add new features without losing focus, and how Material Theming impacts the process of developing an app. Listen and subscribe to Design Notes  👉Google Podcasts 👉iTunes 👉Spotify 👉Pocket Casts 👉RSS

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