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This episode we had the pleasure of chatting with Ros Moriarty from Balarinji, an Aboriginal-owned strategy and design agency, based in Sydney. Ros started the business with her husband, John, over 37 years ago and during that time has seen a lot of changes in the industry and how Aboriginal design is perceived.Their work includes everything from b…
 
It’s been a while but this is our first remote episode, where we were in three different states. On this one, we spoke to Monique Kneepkens, Creative Director at Carbon Creative. A Brisbane studio devoted to making an impact in social change.We speak all about what it means to ‘do good’ and how they work with their clients. We look at shining a spo…
 
Michael Wong (aka Mizko) joins us in the studio to talk about entrepreneurism, start-up culture and growing up a hustler. Professionally he’s a UI/IX expert, internationally known and awarded. He’s recently formed Raw Studio, with his good friend Philippe Hong, so we get into that and go deep on their process, looking at how they build relationship…
 
In this episode, we spoke with Andrew Hochradel.Andrew is a brand identity designer from Los Angeles, CA, who creates visual systems that are sustainable, innovative, and engaging. He's often found speaking, teaching and entertaining at physical and online events like Adobe Live, CreativeMornings, Creative South and Circles. Andrew's ability to ent…
 
This episode we are teaming up with Andrew Johnstone from TAKE Magazine to interview the Chief Photographer of The Sydney Morning Herald, Nick Moir. Known as the ‘fire guy’, Nick has built a reputation on capturing award-winning imagery and being in the right place, at the right time. He passes it off as being lucky, but the passion of his descript…
 
EP116 with Craig BlackIn this episode, we spoke with Craig Black a graphic designer, lettering artist and typographer.Craig is Scottish born and after spending some time in London, he currently runs his own design studio in Gourock, Scotland. He has a diverse style and doesn’t seem to be tied down to any single medium or aesthetic. This has led to …
 
EP115 with Andrew AshtonWhen it comes to the Australian design industry, there are few as supportive and as accomplished as Andrew Ashton. Across his 30+ professional years, he has consistently advocated on behalf of Aussie creatives and built an international reputation that has seen him awarded many times over. At 34, Andrew was made one of the y…
 
In this episode, we spoke with Nick Gower and Saakshi Muralidhar of Mentally Friendly.Mentally friendly is a group in Sydney that works with health, education, finance, and government to deliver wellbeing at scale. Nick is one of the founders of the business and an advisor to senior product leaders and clients, Saakshi is a senior organisational de…
 
This episode, Flyn is in conversation with Head of Endineering, Joe Macleod.With a 20+ year career in product design, both digital and tangible, Joe has a wealth of experience in UX and HCD. During his time at Nokia and as Head of Design at UsTwo, Joe became concerned about the end of the customer journey and started a campaign to make off-boarding…
 
In this episode, we spoke with Chi Ryan National Experience Strategy Lead at PwC.Chi Ryan makes meaningful products, services and experiences for humans, and humanity — and she’s passionate about empowering others to do the same. She has worked with many of the big names in service design including Fjord, Isobar and Idean and she is now the experie…
 
This episode sees us sitting with Steve Baty, co-founder and principal of Meld Studios.Let’s just get this out of the way, Steve is a mad cyclist, so we begin there before he expertly links it back to service design, user experience and how to solve ‘dumb shit’ quickly. Steve has an uncanny ability to see the core of the problem and we talk through…
 
In this episode, we spoke with Benni Weller and Mikey Hart of Hulsbosch.Benni and Mikey are both Creative Directors at Hulsbosch based in Sydney. Hulsboch is known for creating iconic brands and working with big-name clients throughout Australia and Mikey and Benni find themselves today as creative leaders. We spoke about their different paths to w…
 
In this episode, we spoke with Kenjiro Kirton, Co-Founder and Creative Director at Hato. It’s Saturday afternoon on the last day of The Design Conference in Brisbane. The beers are flowing, the heads are sore and the minds overloaded. Still, we found time to sit down with Kenjiro Kirton, Co-Founder and Creative Director at Hato.Hato is a unique stu…
 
In this episode, we spoke with Ben Johnston and Alex Naghavi of Joseph Mark. We began by talking about working and living in LA and projects with famous people, we spent some time at Adam Sandler’s Christmas Party and the gushed about the Hemsworth's. We later got deep into the future of sex, getting old, sexual compatibility scores and our cogniti…
 
We’re at the Design Conference in Brisbane and we had the opportunity to sit down with Amanda Munilla, Managing Director, at Wolff Olins. Amanda, not a designer by trade has had a non-linear path into managing at one of the biggest creative firms in the World. Deciding not to be a lawyer was only the beginning and she has since gone on to build a s…
 
In this episode, we spoke with Tea Uglow, experimental person in charge at google's creative lab, Sydney. Tea Uglow is one of those very few people who genuinely make you rethink everything you thought you knew. This episode is full of interesting insights into how we can think about technology, inclusiveness, design, and accommodation. We talk ver…
 
EP105 with Mills and SinxFounders and owners of UsTwo, Matt 'Mills' Miller and John ‘Sinx’ Sinclair suddenly find themselves in a very enviable position — leaders of a successful ‘independent’ company, and… not really needed. This is of course ‘designed’ and not without a lot of hard work. But, since bringing in a CEO and senior management the best…
 
As Director and co-founder of Small Multiples, Andrea Lau is a data-visualisation specialist. In their words, they are a multidisciplinary team of data specialists, designers and developers, helping people make the best use of their data. Flyn and Matt unashamedly use this as an opportunity to dig into what data is, and how the visualisation of it …
 
Matt is still in London and he managed to find an empty spot in Pip Jamieson’s — (understandably) very busy — diary (8am after a public holiday). Pip is the founder and CEO of The Dots, a professional network for people in the creative industry. She has been named in numerous ‘ones to watch’ lists and has thrown herself into the world of raising ca…
 
This episode Matt is in London and took the time to catch with two old friends, Mark Stott, ECD at Felix® — and, wait for it — Denise Chippindale, Marketing Manager at General Assembly (UK & Europe). Denise very kindly jumped in as co-host and gave great insights into the London design scene and how she’s been keeping busy since she moved over.Mark…
 
This episode we’re with Ben Miles, Executive Creative Director at Interbrand Australia.Ben has been with Interbrand for over a decade and during that time has seen it evolve and change — this is what Ben terms the ‘three horizons of Interbrand Australia’. We spend some time unpacking these periods, why people made the culture and how the studio has…
 
In this episode, we spoke with Katja Forbes Managing Director of Designit. Katja is the Managing Director of Designit ANZ, Director, she’s on the IxDA global board, one of 100 women of influence and in the top 10 female entrepreneurs in Australia. She's a specialist in research & experience design with the qualifications that go with it, she's an e…
 
In this episode, we spoke with Zoë Pollitt and Natasha Hasemer from independent creative agency eskimo. ⁣⁣⁣Specialising in fashion, retail, luxury property and consumer goods eskimo design has been a colourful part of the Australian design tapestry for twenty years. Recently, Zoë and Tash have both taken a sabbatical, we unpack what that means, wha…
 
ADR EP98 with Rob Self-Pierson on Words and VerbsRob Self-Peirson is a writer and brand consultant based in London, UK. He is the founder and head of The Table, an agency devoted to tone of voice and copywriting. He’s worked with the likes of GumTree, British Gas, IKEA, V&A and has a fierce love of design and a desire to see designers and writers w…
 
Episode 97 with Carlo Giannasca on Limelight and Curtains.?????Carlo Giannasca is a multi-award-winning graphic and three-dimensional environmental designer. He is the Head of Urbanite, Design Director and one of the founder/owners of Frost*collective. On top of that, he is the joint chair of Sydney's SEGD chapter (The Society for Experiential Grap…
 
Mike Rigby is Vice President and Executive Creative Director at R/GA. We know Mike from his time in Australia working as Creative Director at Interbrand and although he’s always been on our list of people to talk to on the show, the timing never worked out. So when we found out Mike would be at Adobe Max when we were, we jumped at the chance to mak…
 
Episode 95 with Jessica Hische on Encouragement and Bravery.Jessica hardly needs an introduction, she is a creative icon and well known for her illustration work, side projects and phenomenal client work. But for those out there who may not know her, she is described on her website as a lettering artist and author with a tendency to overshare and a…
 
EP94 with Mark Heaps on Life and Fulfilment??In this episode, we spoke with Mark Heaps, designer and synergist.??Mark is an American designer from Austin Texas who studied art and design in the UK. With his wife, he runs a service group with a small team of designers and production experts. This episode was recorded in Los Angeles as part of our Ad…
 
In this episode, we spoke with Birgit Palma Illustrator & Lettering Artist based in Barcelona. Today, Birgit is known for her Illustration but during her studies, she learned a little bit of everything including illustration, graphic design, 3D and sound design. Her work lands at the sweet spot between modern avant-garde and illustration. This epis…
 
EP92 with Adam J Kurtz on We're Going to DieIn this episode, we spoke with Adam J Kurtz a designer, artists, author and more from Brooklyn. He is best known for the honesty and humour in his work and his books. True to his online presence, Adam was open, honest, funny and personal when we caught up for a sneaky chat in a press room at Adobe MAX. We…
 
EP91 with Lauren Hom on Juice and SqueezeIn this episode, we spoke with Lauren Hom a designer and letterer based in Detroit, schooled in New York, and raised in Los Angeles. Lauren is well known for her bright colour palettes, playful letterforms, and quirky copywriting. Lauren is highly intelligent, funny, passionate about what she does and has an…
 
In this episode, we spoke with Mark Conlan in Los Angeles as part of our Adobe MAX series. Although it was the last episode we recorded, we still have a lot more to publish!Mark is a multi disciplined Illustrator from Dublin working and living in Melbourne Australia, Marks work is a combination of emotion, fantastic worlds, playful characters and a…
 
In this episode, we spoke with Sally Spratt in Los Angeles as part of our Adobe MAX series.Sally is an illustrator with graphic design roots who found a following through a passion project entitled The Lust List where she drew images of products she lusted after but couldn’t afford. As well as being represented by Roxy Jacenko at The Ministry of Ta…
 
In this episode, we spoke with Alicia Souza in Los Angeles as part of our Adobe MAX series. Alicia is a Freelance Illustrator and Artist working and living in Bangalore India. Her career is a mixture of commercial illustration and running her online store, which has a constantly changing inventory of brands and products. We spoke about life as a fr…
 
In this episode, we catch up with just each other for the first time in a long while. This episode is the prelude to our #AdobeMAX series as an #AdobePartner When this episode is released, we'll be in LA hustling to get as much audio content captured during the enormous design event in Los Angeles.Follow us on Instagram for updates during the trip!…
 
EP86 with Jeremy Lord on Deliberate PracticeIn this episode, we spoke with Jeremy Lord, Illustrator, Designer and Teacher from Sydney. Jeremy is a long time friend of the show and an amazing Illustrator, but he’s also a designer working with studios and agencies on projects from branding to packaging to straight-up graphic design. We spoke about de…
 
EP85 with Prue Jones on gender, sex robots and simulationsThis session finds us still at the Adobe Symposium 2018, where we ‘finally’ got the chance to sit down with Prue Jones. She has been on our list since the first episode but for whatever reason we’d never been able to make it work. Well, the wait only heightened our anticipation and Prue did …
 
Episode 84 with James de Vries on Sea Change and See ChangeIn this episode we spoke with James de Vries, Principal Director of Strategy at Second Road. James has recently returned to Australia after six years working as Creative Director at Harvard Business Review, where his role centred around raising the voice of design and building the value and…
 
EP83 with James Victore on Feck PerfuctionIn this episode, we had the chance to grab an hour with James Victore backstage at the Adobe Symposium 2018 — and what an hour it was. James is a designer, artist, educator and author but also an incredibly proud Father. Here we talk about dropping out of art college and going back to teach (at the same sch…
 
EP82 with Estella Tse on Immersive ArtIn this episode, we spoke with Estella Tse backstage at Adobe Symposium 2018 in Sydney. Estella is a Virtual Reality painter and designer with a background in Illustration hailing from Oakland California.We spoke about how virtual reality affects your mind and infiltrates Estella’s dreams, how she became an Art…
 
In this special episode, we went to Perth with our friend Frankie Ratford and held a panel with local legendary designers Becky Chilcott, Mark Braddock and Kylie Timpani.We spoke about work-life balance or lack thereof, burnout, how we deal with moving forward in our work, education, internships and industry and community issues. This is a recordin…
 
For this episode, we are at The Design Conference in Brisbane, where we sat down with power-duo Meg Donohoe and Mitch Paone to talk about their New York studio, DIA. Meg and Mitch are incredibly organised and we look at how they manage their schedules so they have time for life/work and what it takes to run a successful consultancy and marriage at …
 
In this episode, we spoke with Jack Mussett, Director at Motherbird. Jack has been on our infamous industry wish list since the beginning of the podcast so it was great to finally get a chance to speak with him in his hometown of Melbourne. We spoke about work-life balance, overdelivering on projects, working with friends, side projects, and divers…
 
This episode finds us still at the Brisbane Design Conference, finding some time to sit down with our friend, George Rose.George is a multidisciplinary artist, well known for doing incredibly large walls, blending colours, gradients and textures through hand-rendered type forms. An incredibly honest and free spirit, we got into all things about hav…
 
EP77 with Bráulio on Design and ReinventionBráulio Amado is a Graphic Designer and Illustrator from Portugal, currently living in New York City. He worked as a Designer at Pentagram NYC. Then joined Bloomberg Businessweek as an Art Director. Moved to Wieden+Kennedy. Now he works for himself.We spoke about his journey from Portugal to Pentagram NYC,…
 
This was recorded during our time at The Design Conference in Brisbane where we managed to get Kris Sowersby to sit in the most ridiculous and ostentatious purple chair and ask him a few questions. We cover everything from why he first fell in love with type, to why he remains independent and where the name Klim came from. Josie even gets to bully …
 
In this ADR special, Matt Leach moderated a panel discussing the gig-economy and how it affects the design industry. It’s a bit of a change of pace in terms of episodes but we thought there were some good discussions happening you might like to hear. PanellistsAndy Wright – Streamtime twitter.com/adwrightyVanessa Ward – Founder of Nomadism nomadism…
 
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