Debbie Millman // Part 2
Debbie Millman is a highly accomplished designer, author, podcaster, and educator. From establishing the world's first Masters in Branding program at SVA to hosting one of the oldest and most respected podcasts, Design Matters, Debbie has been a part of so many industry firsts, and she's just getting started.
Debbie Millman // Part 1
Debbie Millman is a highly accomplished designer, author, podcaster and educator. From establishing the world's first Masters in Branding program at SVA to hosting one of the oldest and most respected podcasts Design Matters, Debbie has been a part of so many industry firsts, and she's just getting started.
Learning from Google Glass
When first released in 2013, many thought that Google Glass was going to change the world. Everyone from Oprah to Beyonce endorsed the product, but now, nearly a decade later, Glass is little more than a footnote... or is it?
Creating The Creative Cloud // Adobe: Eric Snowden
Millions of people worldwide use Adobe Creative Cloud to express themselves, make great projects, and get work done. In this week's episode, Adobe's VP of Design Eric Snowden sits down with host Will Hall to discuss how their products have evolved over the years, the art of iteration, and the role of software in the creative process.
Scaled Collaboration // IBM: Oen Michael Hammonds
With over a quarter-million employees worldwide, IBM is living up to the name "Big Blue." And facilitating meaningful collaboration both internally and with clients is a top priority. In this episode, IBM Design Principle Oen Michael Hammonds sits down with host Will Hall to discuss design thinking at scale.
Invisible Creature // Don Clark
What started as a passion for music has evolved into a thriving design practice. In this episode, Don Clark of Invisible Creature sits down with host Will Hall to discuss how the studio got its start, the importance of passion in creative work, and how to design your own life.
World Emoji Day // Paul D. Hunt
Emoji has become the fastest-growing language ever. In this episode, type designer and emoji expert Paul D. Hunt sits down with host Will Hall to discuss how emoji has evolved, the challenges of inclusive representation, and the tension between control and freedom. Aunt Violet also stops by to steal the show.
The Neuroscience of Failure // Ian Robertson
Ian Robertson is a professor, prolific author, and one of the world's leading neuroscientists. In this episode, Ian sits down with host Will Hall to explore the effects of failure on the creative mind, how group creativity works, and how to get ideas unstuck.
Powers of Ten // Alison Mears
Over the past 50 years, plastic has quickly become one of the most ubiquitous building materials in the world. It's in nearly everything and is creating countless health and environmental problems.
The Worst Game Ever
Back in the early 80s, Atari was the hottest company in the world. Their games established an entire industry from seminal games like PacMan, Space Invaders, and Yar's Revenge. Then overnight, it was all taken away, thanks to everyone's favorite alien, E.T.
Season 1, Episode 002 of Fail. Hard. a By Design podcast sponsored by Adobe. Host Will Hall sits down with Designer and educator Martin Venezky.