Working File podcast

23 — Location, Location, Location

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Matt and Andy take an episode off and Maurice wrangles three new contributors from all over the country to discuss how geography influences design community. Richard Wade Morgan, Kim Green, and Jamal Collins call in from Atlanta, Boseman, and Clevenland, respectively, and compare their experiences as a designer in different locales. Links Discussed Studio WadeSarah LawrenceWeapons of Mass CreationAdventures in Design PodcastMontana State UniversityBora ShehuUniversity of GeorgiaLiving Walls AtlantaGoat Farm Arts CenterRazorfishSon & SonsMailchimpKabbageMake America Gay AgainLost-N-Found Youth

Altri episodi di "Working File"

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    26 — Shows That Could Have Been

    55:53

    This is our last episode of Working File, at least for a little while. Linda and Maurice join Matt and Andy to go down the list of possible topics for shows that we never got to make. It's a Working File lightning round! Thanks to all of our contributors over the past year who helped make the show a reality. Links Discussed Wrist Robot Machine Learning Material Design Bootstrap Wordpress Abstract Git Frank Chimero Frank's Rowhome Illustration Official Objectified Poster Andy's Ripoff of the Objectified Poster Matt's Objectified Poster Luba Lukova Everything is a Remix
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    25 — What the Future Holds

    55:15

    This episode features Matt and Andy having a one-on-one conversation about the future of Working File and the difference between expressive and functional design projects. Links DiscussedOn the GridNumerologyThe Beginning of InfinityDavid ColeWaterfall Model
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    24 — Too Short to Scoop the Ice Cream

    1:05:11

    Matt is back for a lively discussion with Victoria and new contributor Daisy Sun about self-esteem and how to get a job when the world tells you that you're underqualified. Should you apply for a job if you don't meet the posted requirements? How do you break into an industry that feels elite and inaccessible to you? Is getting fired from Ben & Jerry's for being too short to scoop the ice cream technically discrimitation? Links Discussed Lord of the Rings "Cave" SnapApp Wayfair Wayfair Jingle NGP VAN How to Pronounce Wacom FontBureau Ben & Jerry's David Foster Wallace on Fish Dear Prudence Food Lust People Love
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    23 — Location, Location, Location

    59:38

    Matt and Andy take an episode off and Maurice wrangles three new contributors from all over the country to discuss how geography influences design community. Richard Wade Morgan, Kim Green, and Jamal Collins call in from Atlanta, Boseman, and Clevenland, respectively, and compare their experiences as a designer in different locales. Links Discussed Studio WadeSarah LawrenceWeapons of Mass CreationAdventures in Design PodcastMontana State UniversityBora ShehuUniversity of GeorgiaLiving Walls AtlantaGoat Farm Arts CenterRazorfishSon & SonsMailchimpKabbageMake America Gay AgainLost-N-Found Youth
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    22 — Something to Say

    1:18:52

    Long time contributor Maurice Cherry organized this episode where Andy, Matt, and new contributor Jon Lewis discuss what it's like starting your own business as a designer. What are the reasons to start something new instead of getting a normal, stable job? What are the most difficult parts that no one ever tells you about? Links Discussed Lunch MetaLab Bakken & Bæck Million Dollar Matchmaker Elevate App Mike Monteiro
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    21 — Don’t Hug your Phone

    53:11

    We take a break from our normal topical panel shows this week for something different. Prompted by an interview with Simon Sinek, Andy and Linda have a one-on-one discussion about our generation's attitudes towards work and social media. How does our approach to our careers differ from our parents'? Are connections made through social media less meaningful, or at least different, than those made in real life? Links Discussed Simon Sinek on Millennials in the Workplace Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Friends of The Web The Great Recession Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv The Borg Our Incredible Journey Ueno MailChimp Candy Crush Steve Jobs 2011 Tōhoku Earthquake and Tsunami Millennials
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    20 — Lessons Learned

    1:02:14

    This episode is all about education. Andy, Matt, Meg, and Maurice share their origin stories as we discuss the differences between being self-taught and learning about design through a formal, paid program. How do you find your voice when you begin your career working for others? How do you learn humility after you've spent four years and tens of thousands of dollars becoming an expert in something? Links Discussed Working File Episode 2 — The Artist and the Problem Solver Morehouse College Historically Black Colleges and Universities Wolfram Mathematica Lunch Sarah Huny Young Huny on Revision Path Husani on Revision Path Husani Oakley Savannah College of Art and Design Maryland Institute College of Art Kutztown University Rhode Island School of Design Clients from Hell Josef Albers Lynda Skillshare Black in Design 2017 Revision Path Creative Works AIGA Eye on Design Conference
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    19 — A Human Podcast

    1:01:58

    Annie and Jon join us for a speculative discussion about the future of design. Will artificial intelligence and machine learning replace us in the future? How will we develop taste in automated systems? What will become of our industry when capitalism finally implodes? Links Discussed “Merlin Manndroid” AirBNB Design Artificial Intelligence Assembly Line Twitterbot Algorithm Pun Machine Learning Word Embedding Pupper2Vec: Analyzing Internet Dog Slang with Machine Learning Anthony Jeselnik Markov Chain Replika App Creativity Planet Money AirBNB — Painting with Code Material Design Image Synthesis From Text With Deep Learning Philosopher King Basic Income A/B Testing Zine Baby Boomers The arc of the universe is long… Dark Ages List of Countries by Infant Mortality Rate The Matrix Pokémon Red Programmed in Minecraft Making Music and Art Through Machine Learning Musical Novelty Search — Evolutionary Algorithms + Ableton Live Moonlight Upstream Color Dream Daddy SmarterChild Alexa Siri
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    18 — Maturity and Experience

    1:02:29

    On this episode, Matt, Andy, and Kristy are joined by new contributor Sabrina Majeed to discuss what it means to be senior in any field. Find out what potential employers think of your years of experience and what it means to be a mature designer. Links Discussed On Being a Senior Engineer Buzzfeed Slack Bill O'Reilly Kate Arnonwitz Hire Sabrina
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    17 — Back and Forth Forever

    58:05

    This episode reunites Matt and Andy with Dan Auer, cohost of On the Grid, the podcast that eventually led to the creation of Working File. We get caught up on developments in Dan's life and discuss how we've grown and changed in the five years since we recorded the first episode of On the Grid. Links Discussed On the Grid My Brother, My Brother, and Me Andy's Garden on Instagram Cyberbullying Dreamcast Pentagram Hedonic Treadmill Burning Man Sagmeister & Walsh

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