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Welcome to a bonus episode of Character Creation Spotlight! This episode we will be sitting down with Jeffrey Hayes to learn about, and create characters for, Haunted Hill Academy, a Fate based RPG about being a student at a mysterious boarding school!Announcements:Haunted Hill Academy Kickstarterhttps://www.kickstarter.com/projects/351992582/haunted-hill-academyLeave us reviews in any, or all, of these places:Character Creation Cast on Apple Podcasts (The best place to leave reviews for us)https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/character-creation-cast/id1363822066?mt=2&ls=1Character Creation Cast on Podchaserhttps://podchaser.com/CharacterCreationCastCharacter Creation Cast on Stitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/podcast/character-creation-cast?refid=stprCharacter Creation Cast on Facebookhttps://facebook.com/CharacterCreationCastGuests and Projects:Jeffrey Hayes @JeffreyJeffrawrTwitter: https://twitter.com/JeffreyJeffrawrWebsite: https://criticalgrowthgames.comHaunted Hill Academy Twitter: https://twitter.com/HauntedHillAcadCritical Growth Games Twitter: https://twitter.com/CritGrowthGamesGames discussed this episode:Haunted Hill Academy by Jeffrey HayesKickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/351992582/haunted-hill-academyOur CharactersAmelia: https://docs.google.com/document/d/10bpkQ9hg3i0gkgWfxei90XzHq4AY0-BNWM6UnIwrekA/edit?usp=sharingRyan: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1umYeZsa7a4OYEXhJnXiAvucy6i4V6xLF36uSA1Ssuls/edit?usp=sharingJeffrey: Timestamps:00:00:00 - Opening Music00:00:16 - Introductions00:02:08 - What's in a game? - Core Concept00:03:29 - What is the setting and what are characters doing in the game?00:05:13 - What materials do we need to play?00:05:48 - What kind of characters can you create in this game?00:06:48 - Let's make some people! - Rumors00:09:54 - Aspects!00:12:15 - Core Beliefs00:13:09 - Why Haunted Hill Academy?00:15:23 - Greatest Desires00:17:37 - Plaguing Questions00:19:37 - Identities00:24:30 - Academic Tracker00:26:04 - Optional Multiplayer Rules - Shared Secret Aspect00:32:18 - Names00:33:29 - Final Details00:36:55 - Character Creation Commentary00:38:53 - Kickstarter Highlights00:40:05 - Episode Closer00:41:07 - Credits00:43:02 - Show Blurbs - All My Fantasy Children00:43:39 - OuttakesTranscriptshttps://charactercreationcast.simplecast.com/episodes/character-creation-spotlight-haunted-hill-academy-with-jeffrey-hayes-designer/transcriptMusic:Clip 1: The Ghost Castle by Frank SchröterLink: https://filmmusic.io/song/6602-the-ghost-castleLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseMain Theme: Hero (Remix) (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Steve_Combs/Principal_Photography_1493/11_Hero_Remix) by Steve Combs (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Steve_Combs/)Our Podcast:Character Creation Cast:Twitter: @CreationCast (https://twitter.com/CreationCast)Facebook: https://facebook.com/charactercreationcast/Discord: http://discord.charactercreationcast.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/creationcast/Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/CharacterCreationCastAmelia Antrim:Twitter: @gingerreckoning (https://twitter.com/gingerreckoning)Website: https://ameliaantrim.wordpress.com/Garbage of the Five Rings podcast: (http://garbageofthefiverings.com/)G5R Twitter: @G5Rpodcast (https://twitter.com/G5Rpodcast)Ryan Boelter:Twitter: @lordneptune (https://twitter.com/lordneptune)Website: https://lordneptune.comTwitch: https://twitch.tv/lordneptunerbChimera RPG: @ChimeraRPG (https://twitter.com/ChimeraRPG)A Horror Borealis: @AHorrorBorealis (https://twitter.com/AHorrorBorealis)Patreon: https://patreon.com/RyanBoelterItch.io: https://lordneptune.itch.ioOur Website:http://www.charactercreationcast.comOur Network:http://oneshotpodcast.comNetwork Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/oneshotpodcast
How one jewelry designer shifted her mindset, transformed her business, and doubled her sales two years in a row. Here are the resources mentioned in the show: Alisha Merrick
Marc likes to help people on the trail, some people think he's a serial killer in the woods. Legendary car designer Chip Foose stop by and tells us about wrecking a Rolls Royce when he was learning to drive, designing Ramone in the movie Cars, turning down the TV show Monster Garage, which lead to Overhaulin' and more. Doing the right thing because the right thing is the right thing to do. ADAM'S TICKET LINK https://linktr.ee/AdamFerrara Please consider supporting the good people who support us. Thanks for all the love! https://cruzintowellness.com/adam-ferrara Learn more about your ad choices. Visit Megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Anaïs a fait une école d'architecture d'intérieur et de design et a ensuite fondée une agence qui a cartonné. Après 2 burn-out et un voyage introspectif en Alaska, elle décide d'écouter sa petite voix et de tout quitter sans savoir de quoi demain serait fait, mais en ayant confiance. Aujourd'hui Anaïs est une conférencière à succès et écrit son 1er livre. Je ne vous en dis pas plus, je vous souhaite la bienvenue dans l'univers d'Anaïs Gauthier. Pour découvrir tous les liens pour la suivre, rdv sur pourquoipasmoi.co : http://pourquoipasmoi.co/ Pour en savoir + sur le programme Trouver sa mission de vie et écouter sa petite voix, c'est par là (100% finançable avec le CPF) : https://pourquoipasmoi.thinkific.com/courses/mission-de-vie Pour découvrir le livre "Et si je changeais de métier", c'est ici. : http://pourquoipasmoi.co/livre-et-si-je-changeais-de-metier Pour suivre l'aventure sur instagram, c'est là : https://www.instagram.com/pourquoipasmoi.co/
This is a short podcast, we will be back in a few weeks with more interviews! Ramblings of a Designer podcast is bi-weekly design news and discussion podcast hosted by Laszlo Lazuer and Terri Rodriguez-Hong (@flaxenink, insta: flaxenink.design). Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Ramblings-of-a-Designer-Podcast-2347296798835079/ Send us feedback! firstname.lastname@example.org, Support us on Patreon! patreon.com/ramblingsofadesigner
In 2015, Brittany and Heather started Beautiful Fight Woodworking after Brittany wasn't able to maintain her job due to complications in her fight with a rare blood cancer. They had just enough money to buy a discounted miter saw, three 8-ft boards and only one design in mind. They slowly built one table at a time as they could afford to. Years later, they have filled hundreds of orders from small yard games to large dining sets, and furnishing full homes. They just celebrated their 1 year anniversary of owning their own brick and mortar space. You can follow along with Brittany and Heather on Instagram, Facebook, and their Website.
In this episode Shelby interviews Kelly Faetanini a remarkable wedding gown designer located in New York. "Kelly Faetanini Wedding Gowns come in a variety of shapes and sizes for the modern bride. We have classic styles that trend from romantic to dramatic. No matter what style gown you choose, they are all crafted with every detail and movement in mind, and a crowd-pleaser! Materials we love to work with include crepe, satin, silk, lace, chiffon, chantilly lace, Matte Mikado, organza, tulle, embroidery, and more. Wedding dresses styles include ball gown, Fit-to-flare, A-line, and Column. Necklines include strapless, V-neck sweetheart, and more. Many of our dresses are customizable, you have options to choose the fabric, color, and type of sleeve. Along with our more classic styles, we also have newer trends like ombre dresses, long sleeve wedding dresses with tulle puff sleeves." To add on to her incredible designs she was also the youngest wedding gown designer to ever walk in New York Bridal Fashion Week! Give this episode a listen and let us know what you think! XOXO Shelby www.simply-classic-events.com https://www.kellyfaetanini.com www.instagram.com/simplyclassicevents
David Quarles IV, Principal and Owner of Concept 417 is sharing his journey with us. David's firm is based in Tennessee. His colorful eclectic, mid century home aesthetic and beautiful plants throughout his home have been featured for home tours with Apartment Therapy and HGTV. He facilitates virtual fitness classes, and designs jewelry. David walks us through how his journey of how his design journey started and how past career steps led him back on this path. We're discussing best practices for balancing entrepreneurship, his latest big commercial project, and more!
Todd Oldham is a well known designer whose career spans more than 30 years. Distinguished as an innovator of accessible design, Todd Oldham is the founder of Todd Oldham Studio, a multifaceted, full-service design studio based in NYC. Originally a New York fashion designer… Given the CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) award for best new talent in 1991. In 1992 Todd debuts the “Todd Time” segment on MTV's House of Style, pioneering the idea of accessible design. Todd's career has evolved to include all areas of design, from interior design, film and photography, to furniture and graphic design. In 2014 RISD, the Rhode Island School of Design, awarded Oldham an Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts and in 2016 mounted a retrospective, ALL of EVERYTHING TODD OLDHAM FASHION. Oldham is a noted author whose books include QUEER THREADS honoring LGBTQ fiber artists from around the world and was given the 2018 Stonewall Book Award by the American Library Association for that title. ED EMBERLEY a beloved children's book illustrator. Prior titles include CHARLEY HARPER-An Illustrated life and CHARLEY HARPER-Animal Kingdom, a 672 page monograph on the life's work of artist ALEXANDER GIRARD, a unique series called Place Space that explores singular places and the uncommonly devoted people that create them, an artist's monograph on the brilliant, warped work of Wayne White and a love note to rock icon JOAN JETT. The most recent book published by Phaidon, The Best of Nest. The first comprehensive collection of Nest, the magazine that revolutionized the way we look at interior space and decoration. Ritch Erani and Todd Oldham sit down and go to a trip down memory lane as they reminisce on Todd's career as fashion designer and how he became staple of American Culture. They talk about Todd's leaving of the fashion world and all of his new ventures and the important of creating sustainable design pieces. Todd gives great advice and plenty of take-aways from his many diverse experiences! To learn more: Check out toddoldhamstudio.com & @smartsandcrafts on IG and facebook….walmart.com to shop Smarts and Crafts
Victor Hugo Cisternas, einer der Autoren von Mazescape, ist zu Gast bei Hilko (Du bist dran!). Wir reden über das Spiel, seine Entstehung und generell die Entwicklung der chilenischen Spielelandschaft.
In this episode, we're going to discuss soap operas, anime, Visco Girls, and pro-wrestling… and it's going to be one of the most intellectual dialogs that we've had on this show.Sam Ford is an expert on Pop Culture - And if you think pop culture doesn't matter, then you might be missing the bigger picture. Culture is messy and Sam is here today to help us decode it.Sam Ford is an MIT Media Alum, Professor, and Consultant who is currently leading Kentucky's largest initiative to rebrand their economy. Sam works on media innovation, cultural intelligence, and storytelling experimentation with a wide range of organizations. In our episode today, he delivers insights that will help you understand media and cultural trends through a new lens. Connect with Sam Ford on LinkedIn:Sign-up to receive a FREE copy of the newest Imagine a Place journal:Connect with Doug Shapiro on LinkedIn:
Gaby talks with Bernardo Rippe designer of Fractal: Beyond the Void and published by Bored Game Ink, to discuss among other things: the origin of the name of the game, the development process during the pandemic, how the community helped playtest, how the solo came about, raising twins, favorite foods, pineapple on pizza and more, enjoy!! Checkout the Kickstarter here --->Fractal: Beyond the Void Bored Game Ink Instagram—->https://instagram.com/boredgameink?utm_medium=copy_link Don't forget to subscribe, rate and review wherever you listen to podcasts and tell your friends about the Board Game Snobs Podcast. Enjoy! For merch: https://sirmeeple.com/collections/board-game-snobs For questions, comments or general adulation: Send voice memos to email@example.com Also contact at: https://twitter.com/boardgamesnobs https://www.instagram.com/boardgamesnobs
Comfort food for unsettling times. An Auckland designer donut making couple say business is booming. Daniel and Annie Black are the owners of Grown Up Donuts, and been inundated with orders through lockdown keeping delivery staff busy. Their three stores were closed during level four, but since starting up the business three and a half years ago, growth has been steady.
EPISODE 157- MARK MANGINI- Sound Designer Team Deakins converses with sound designer Mark Mangini (DUNE, BLADE RUNNER 2049, MAD MAX: FURY ROAD, STAR TREK) about the world of sound. In this episode, Mark explains that his job is to tell stories with sound and to create universes that sonically don't exist. He walks us through designing the sound for the war rig in MAD MAX: FURY ROAD as well as his close collaboration with director Denis Villeneuve on BLADE RUNNER 2049, and Tom Holkenborg on BLACK MASS. We discuss how Mark decides when to use a music cue or sound effect cue, how you can earn loud sounds by buying silence early on in a film, and the creative necessity and financial incentive to capture production sound on set instead of recreating it in post. We learn a lot in this episode!! You don't want to miss it! BONUS: Use this link to download a sound file that Mark makes reference to when speaking of "Bladerunner 2049".
30多条亲测有效的小技巧，帮你熬过疫情的隔离封锁期。近期，我和团队里的30多位新西兰、澳洲设计师做了一个分享，收集了大家在自己的生活中总结出来的隔离期居家办公心得与建议，可以帮助你“极大地”提升隔离期居家办公的身心健康与工作质量！来看看吧！ 关于： 「狗熊有话说」播客是由 大狗熊 于 2012 年创办的独立中文知识型播客节目，以阅读、科技、旅行和个人成长为主要话题内容，是 iTunes 中国区长期推荐播客，被苹果 iTunes 评选为「2013 年度精选最佳社会与文化播客」。 收听： 在苹果 Podcasts、Spotify、新浪播客、网易云音乐 、喜马拉雅FM 和 荔枝FM 等音频播客平台中可以搜索"狗熊有话说"并关注收听； 直接于【狗熊有话说】播客官网 voice.beartalking.com (http://voice.beartalking.com)在线收听； 在微信公号文章中可以直接点击音频按钮收听； 支持： 如果你认可大狗熊的节目，请向朋友们推荐这档节目，邀请朋友们关注公众号“狗熊有话说”； 大狗熊会在YouTube上更新更多关于设计、效率与学习类的内容，请在YouTube订阅频道 http://www.youtube.com/c/BearTalkVideo 如果喜欢英文内容，您也可以在这里订阅大狗熊的英文邮件email.beartalking.com/signup (https://email.beartalking.com/signup)，不定期收获学习经验分享。 联系： 微 信：bearbigtalk（公众号） 网 站：beartalking.com (http://www.beartalking.com) 邮 箱：firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) 微 博：@i大狗熊 (http://www.weibo.com/bearbig) If like this one, why don't you subscribe to Bear? Every post, to your inbox. 100% true, and always keep it real. And of course, no spam, ever. Go ahead, click email.beartalking.com/signup to subscribe.
For our 99th episode, we pick the brain of legendary costume designer, Rob O'Brien. Rob has been built himself an impressive resume by not only working at Walt Disney World, Universal Studios (Halloween Horror Nights) and Sea World, but also putting his creative mind to work in commercials and countless plays. Rob's work can be seen all over the world and odds are that you love his work without even knowing it's him! Rob has something we all strive to have, and that is having such a passion for what he does. So throw on your favorite costume and make sure to give this one a listen! https://resirwrecked.com/
Welcome to the continuation of the O.U.R.S. Chronicles! For weeks Adella has been escaping to her favorite café. In an effort to drown out the monotony and frustration of her daily life - She sits and watches the café's patrons, day-dreaming of a better more fantastical life. That is until she glimpses a mysterious stranger, touting a strange pocket watch. For more stories and cool content visit our website at Abscondermedia.com! Music Credits: "Night Sadness" by tunestogo (https://elements.envato.com/) "Always There" by soundroll-music (https://elements.envato.com/) "This Is LoFi" by FASSounds (https://elements.envato.com/) "Slow" Filmoskop(https://elements.envato.com/) "Riddles in the Mirror" by Crypt-of-Insomnia (https://elements.envato.com/) "Trap Fashion" by Paul_Velchev (https://elements.envato.com/) "Revelations" by Purpleplanet (https://elements.envato.com/) "The Designer " by Fleslit (https://freemusicarchive.org/) "Depressing" by VXZ (https://elements.envato.com/) "Dark Trap " by SugarTape (https://elements.envato.com/) "Empty Streets" by tunestogo (https://elements.envato.com/) "Fadeless Memories" by Crypt-of-Insomnia (https://elements.envato.com/) "Trap Beat" (https://elements.envato.com/) "Dark Ambient Atomospheric Sounscapes" by az_studio (https://elements.envato.com/)
Happy PRIDE Las Vegas ! Today I am joined by the fabulous Andrew Ryan. Andrew is an incredibly talented Entertainer, Designer, and Artist. Andrew is also this years Host of the Pride Parade. Join us as we talk about his personal journey, AFAN, and Las Vegas Pride and all the wonderful events going around town this weekend. Andrew Ryan Instagram: Here Andrew FB: Here Yass Merch: yassmerch.comAFAN LV : afanlv.org LV Pride: lasvegaspride.org Jennifer Warner Instagram: @jenniferwarner3000Bill Janisse Instagram: Here Bill FB: Here Hey Gurl! Instagram: Here Hey Gurl! FB: Here Hey Gurl! Tik Tok: Follow Here Hey Gurl! Website: Here
After the conclusion of Paris Fashion Week — the first in-person version of the event since the pandemic took hold in early 2020 — BoF's editor at large Tim Blanks sat down with BoF founder and CEO Imran Amed to discuss his reflections on fashion's return to the runway. Designers appeared to come out of lockdown with renewed energy, breathing new life and ideas into their collections. Highlights included Jonathan Anderson's Loewe collection, Extinction Rebellion's talked-about moment during Louis Vuitton and the week's finale, a tribute to the late Alber Elbaz. Still, Blanks said that he doesn't believe fashion has seen the full effects of the pandemic just yet. “I think in a sense everything changed and we haven't processed it yet,” he said. “It's going to take a long time.” On the latest episode of The BoF Podcast, Amed and Blanks explore what fashion learned from its break. Jonathan Anderson's Loewe show leaned on the surreal to expand upon the designer's previous pandemic-era collections and experimented with new themes. It also marked a departure from previous runway show set ups; this year's show was staged in a bare-bones space that highlighted Anderson's sculptural silhouettes. “Of all the designers that we've followed so closely, his response to the pandemic was perhaps the most creative,” said Blanks. “I think it was maybe his best show for Loewe.” The Simpsons' surprise appearance at Balenciaga also provided some levity to the week, with an abbreviated episode of the hit cartoon featuring characters walking in a Balenciaga show. Demna Gvasalia also explored themes of distance with a screening replacing a traditional runway show. Even without the Simpsons' star power, Demna showed a collection that excited buyers and critics alike, particularly in bags and accessories. Climate activist group Extinction Rebellion brought about what was perhaps the most talked-about moment of fashion week. During Louis Vuitton's runway show, an activist stormed the runway carrying a banner that read “Overconsumption = Extinction”, prompting a discussion on if the industry has changed at all during the pandemic. “Maybe the system hasn't changed, but the people who work in the system have been changed, and that's maybe going to change the way the industry interacts,” said Amed. Related Articles: In Paris, Back to Normal or Not? Demna Gvasalia: ‘Couture Is The Most Sustainable Way of Consuming' Fashion's Favourite-Ever Collaboration: Balenciaga and ‘The Simpsons' Join BoF Professional for the analysis and advice you need. Get 30 days for just $1 or explore group subscriptions for your business.
Jeremy Booth is a creative illustrator whose work focuses on commercial, editorial, and mural illustrations. His philosophy is to create bold illustrations that communicate well and are hard to forget. He has worked with brands such as Amazon, Slack, Warby Parker, Orange, ADP, Charles Schwab, CNES, Invision, and many more. And now he works full-time as a product illustrator for Coinbase.Most recently, Jeremy has been designing a new generative NFT art project called Bushidos. It is an 8,888 NFT samurai that defends the Ethereum blockchain from centralization and FUD. Jeremy and his team have been an active community and shares his learning from building his own collection and NFT community. The NFTs will be minted in October of 2021. Join their discord community for more information on how to participate –– https://www.bushidos.io
LISTEN AND LEARN, People: This week on The Fashion Crimes Podcast, Holly talks real fashion news, for real women, who have real bodies. Fashion Friends, meet Shanna Goldstone. She is the founder of Pari Passu, a STUNNING contemporary fashion line that is breaking the mold – literally – in the plus-size fashion world. In fact, she has smashed all of the current molds - and built 3 of her own damn real-world versions - because “One size style does not fit all.” Follow along as Shanna tells Holly about her fashion journey from consulting with retail companies to helping actress Melissa McCarthy launch her clothing line Seven7. Shanna hadn't even worked in the plus-size fashion space before, but, being the market researcher that she is, she dug in deep. And what she found was incredibly disturbing, and yet something all women already know: most women of the world are not the size or shape that fashion designers and stores create and sell. Sorry, this is not okay. In fact, like many of us, Shanna assumed that she would be able to research plus-size fashions for Melissa's new line by simply going to all the normal retailers - from Walmart and Target, to Lane Bryant, and Neimans and Saks. And guess what she found? NOTHING. It didn't matter how high or low the price point was, if she wanted to see a size 14 or above, it was either hidden in the back or they didn't have it. It was unbelievable that clothing wasn't readily available for sizes 0 to 30 and beyond. Question? Just how in the world are 68% of the American female population - who are a size 14 and above - actually supposed to purchase clothing, let alone find stylish fashions? Boy, do we get hot under the collar for a minute or two about that statistic! (Holly is embroidering that stat onto a pillow as we speak.) But wait! It gets better! Or worse. Shanna had a second big ‘A-HA' moment when she started looking at how clothing is actually made. She is not a designer by trade, but did go to F.I.T. where she studied fashion marketing. While sitting in meetings with Melissa's designers for the new plus-size line, she realized they were utilizing forms that were design size – a size 8! #RUDE #SERIOUSLY Yes, Ma'am. She said that. Design meetings for a new plus-size line built on size 8 forms. Just so ‘ya know, a size 8 mannequin or dressmaker form doesn't represent a real person with real curves. It looks nothing like your body, it doesn't even look like a human woman. It's basically a slightly hourglass form, with little boobs and no tush. So how are you gonna get curvy out of that? And thus, the epiphany: Tons of lines are made like this. So, Shanna set out trying to figure out why you wouldn't just use a dressmaker form that looks like the size of the customer you're designing for? Again, #duh! Fast forward: her market research brain led her to some proprietary data from a study of 3D scans of over 100,000 people for other industries. For instance, airlines need to know how big – or small! – to make airline seats. Shanna purchased a slice of this data, analyzing it to match the demographic criteria for plus-size women. Using those measurements, she then built not one, but THREE different dressmakers forms in three different shapes. Because again, one SHAPE does not fit all. And then Pari Passu was born. Beautifully designed contemporary clothing created to fit the shape of a woman, not the size. But let's get back to Holly. (Finally!) Because the universe is an amazing thing. Holly was looking for stylish plus-size fashions for one of her clients, she found Shanna through a friend - and GUESS WHAT?? If you are a fan of this show – and who isn't – you know that Holly went to summer camp with our friend of the podcast Jessica Kupferman – and OMG - Shanna went there, too!! #bestdayever So, of course Shanna is brilliant and talented and amazing, and now our new BFF. We gush over her designs, and Holly tells us how she bought a shit-ton of items for her client (which you can see on our Pinterest Board). Holly also shares a gob of unsolicited design ideas for Pari Parru, because, Holly. notsurprised Anyway, you gotta listen to this episode whether you are plus size or not. It's for all women who have had a hard time finding clothes that fit. Pari Passu is an amazing brand that supports women who want the same choices as straight size women. #hellsyes The Fashion Crimes Podcast www.fashioncrimespodcast.com Holly Katz Styling www.hollykatzstyling.com
This week on Sex & Violence with Rebel Girl, we talk to the former GLORY kickboxing WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPION!! Joseph "Bazooka Joe" Valtellini was born in Canada, to Sicilian parents. The former champ started Tae Kwon Do at the age of 7 & was obsessed with martial arts & Van Damme.After he found Muay Thai, he racked up numerous titles & wins, and in a short period of time, became the 2014 GLORY WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPION! In a sad turn of events, he suffered Post-Concussion Syndrome & in a selfless act, out of respect for his fellow fighters, vacated the Glory Welterweight Title, less than a year after obtaining it.Outside the ring, he's a commentator for Glory Kickboxing, a gym owner (Bazooka Kickboxing & MMA) & coach.We talk about:
Who's your ideal client and what's the biggest challenge they face?What are the common mistakes people make when trying to solve that problem?What is one valuable free action that our audience can implement that will help with that issue?What is one valuable free resource that you can direct people to that will help with that issue?What's the one question I should have asked you that would be of great value to our audience?When was the last time you experienced Goosebumps with your family and why?Get David's free book (PDF): T-Shirts and Suits: A Guide to the Business of CreativityRead "Create your own Business Formula" (Article) here!Get in touch with David: Website, LinkedIn, Facebook YouTube, VimeoLearn more about how Uwe helps in-demand professionals and their VIPs to get back their family mojo, double their financial security, and live in abundance in all areas of their life (without feeling guilty or constantly questioning themselves): Visit www.uwedockhorn.com. Or when you feel you'd be interested in working together you can Book A Chat With Uwe
This is something that seems so normal in our lives as we are constantly interviewing our clientele to learn about the way the rhythm of their life goes and then design after that rhythm. We've had a client who had their kitchen done and everything was designed and organized according to how she operates in her kitchen, not only making everything look really nice, but it was all very neat and convenient as well. A great way to go about organizing and breaking down your space is by dividing it up into zones according to what you do, such as a place for tea, or a bar, or a place for soft drinks, whatever your ritual may be. We also did a kitchen where we put a little fridge drawer on the other side of the island in order to prevent kids from accessing the main refrigerator and getting in the way of mom while she's preparing a meal. Recycling and waste 3:48Kitchen example 6:27Tiger Oak example 10:11Kitchens and functionality 15:07Kids kitchen functionality 17:32The party pantry 21:08“As we've been doing home offices like this past year, I found it really lovely to kind of place a nearby ottoman nested underneath the desks, so that whoever the client is, they can put their feet up on there, but then the ottoman can also be used for the nearby pair of chairs, you know, that are in the corner of the room.” 19:43https://www.instagram.com/alicelaneinteriors/https://www.instagram.com/alicelanehome/https://alicelanehome.com/https://www.facebook.com/AliceLaneHomehttps://www.pinterest.com/alicelanehome/https://www.youtube.com/alicelanehomecollectionsaltlakecityNews Letter:https://manage.kmail-lists.com/subscriptions/subscribe?a=HZENWY&g=PFcqV5
Today on the podcast I'm excited to welcome North Carolina-based branding and website design expert Chloe Thomas. Chloe found her love for helping new business owners, and specifically registered dietitians, with their branding and/or website design, especially when she quickly caught on to the amazing and life-changing topics we would cover in their sessions. On this episode of the podcast, Chloe and I talk about : ✨What is branding ✨Why it's important to create a brand ✨Branding tips for beginners ✨Common branding mistakes on social media and with websites ✨When is good time to hire out branding and website design ✨Why branding matters on social media and websites ✨Some resources to better brand your business Website: chloecreativestudio.com Instagram: chloecreativestudio.com Facebook: Chloe Creative Studio or Better Branded Business Favorite Cookbook: Mrs. Lacy's Magnolia House (mrslacys.com) Join Confident Cookbook Writers Facebook Group Learn more about How to Get Paid to Write a Cookbook during this free masterclass
A modern automobile no longer just gets us from A to B. A wide range of comfort functions, entertainment offerings, communication interfaces and digital services are at the heart of the driving experience. The car has long since matured into an interactive everyday companion. Vehicle designers are paving the way.
In this episode, Adam and Budi wrap up the Audio New Play Festival with conversations with Sound Designers and Composers G. Clausen and Jack Burmeister.G. Clausen has sound designed for Playmakers Repertory, Studio Theatre, Children's Theatre of Charlotte, Triad Stage, Cape Fear Regional Theatre, Pyramid Theatre Company, Paper Lantern, Guilford College, and Rites and Reason Theatre. G has taught sound design at Wake Forest University and Guilford College, before starting at UNCSA. He has produced the rap/hip hop album O Henry by Demeanor. Theatre credits include PYG or The Misedumacation of Dorian Belle at Studio Theatre; The Mystery of Irma Vep, Don Juan, Fences, Dirty Blonde, Member of the Wedding, and The 39 Steps at Triad Stage; The Snowy Day and Other Stories by Ezra Jack Keats at the Children's Theatre of Charlotte; How I Learned What I Learned, Too Heavy For Your Pocket, Intimate Apparel, Hooded or Being Black for Dummies and A Raisin in the Sun at Pyramid Theatre Company; Dembe, Born Bad, Time Stands Still at Paper Lantern Theatre Company; Tripping Over Roots at Rites and Reason Theatre@g_periodJack Burmeister is a composer who is passionate about finding synergy between his work and other forms of media, believing that music should work to heighten the viewer's overall experience. Inspired by composers such as Jeremy Zuckerman (Avatar the Last Airbender) and Jessica Curry (Everybody's Gone to the Rapture), Jack uses elements of orchestral, acoustic, electronic, and choral textures to create diverse sonic soundscapes to enhance the atmosphere and mood in any given work. Jack's previous works include composing music and sound design for Mongrel (2021) at The Victorian College of the Arts (VCA), sound designer for GABAN (2021), and contributing composer to Interdisciplinary Dance Project (2021). His work has been featured in the Grainger Museum's exhibition of Fabric Culture (2019) and his work has been installed in the Alfred Hospital's COVID-19 vaccination centres. @jack_burmeisterMentioned in this episode:UNCSAInterfaceLogic ProPro ToolsCondenser microphoneSabine MeasurementDebbie Tucker Green's BORN BADTwi McCallumLawrence MotenJustin EllingtonMikaal SulaimanAva DuvernayBlack MirrorBlade RunnerLove Death and RobotsVigilArrivalMary Oliver's I HAPPENED TO BE STANDING
Not only has Melanie rescued the Goods from some design challenges, but she also helps rescue women & men from trafficking. Melanie is an avid traveler & provides us with an exclusive list of her favorite spots in the Midwest!// Design InfoWallpaper: use it - it adds a visual point of interest. Search "peel and stick wallpaper" with the color/design you want.Paint: The new neutrals are creamy whites & variations of greige. No yellow undertones!Lighting: try ultra-daylight bulbs and your rooms will go from yellow to white!Design "no no" for Farmhouse Décor: the "X" symbol in the barn doors, tables, etc... keep at a minimum! Update your look with straight lines & minimal detail.// Human Trafficking InfoPursuit 3416: A ministry that will bring awareness & prevention to schools and organizations. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Hotline: 1-888-373-7888. Save to contacts. Call if you see ANYTHING suspicious or your intuition is causing a question.Sex trafficking: when a commercial sex act is induced by force, fraud or coercion.Labor Trafficking: when individuals perform labor or services through the use of force, fraud, or coercion for little or no money.Common forms of recruitment into Sex Trafficking:Runaways (1 in 7 teens lured into prostitution within 48 hrs of leaving)Manipulation on Social Media/in person Family/Relational sellingPornography/prostitution, small % kidnappingHow to spot a trafficker and/or victim:“Parents” with children: child uncomfortable, fear, no eye contact, abuse/somethings wrong, child hypersexualizedSomeone “fake” shopping, girls sent around to troll/provocative dressCouples: something is off/no eye contact-abuse-controlTruck Stop: watch for young women/men entering trucker cabs.Branded tattoos: bar codes, daddy's girl, my bi***Teens: suddenly have clothes they can't afford, acting out, nervous, shamed,overly confident, drug useMany short videos on YouTube do a great job explaining trafficking//Recommended Midwest FindsNashville: Poindexter Coffee, Anzie Blue, White Limozeen, Hampton SocialSt. Louis: Hygge, Rise Coffee House, Hello Juice and SmoothieKansas City: Made in KC, Outta the Blue, McLain's MarketDiscover more about our guests:Melanie's Travel, Fashion, and Faith on InstagramFun things from the episode:The Covering HouseDaylight LEDsTips for getting high end furniture “dupes:” Search bar type: “modern organic side chair” and click shopping tab for alternativesHeaven by Randy AlcornNow That's Something Good Podcast by Sarah Good is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0Show notes may contain affiliate links. Thank you for your kind support.
Marije Vogelzang, the Founder of The Dutch Institute of Food and Design and Head of Studio Living Matter at Design Academy Eindhoven, joins the show to share her journey from wanting to play with food as a kid to playing with food for her career. Hear the most fascinating food design experiments Marije has produced, why our lips are so important to the eating experience, what it's like eating hairy tofu, how to take notes in the shower, and the most difficult Dutch word to pronounce. Connect with Marije on Instagram at @Marije_Vogelzang and MarijeVogelzang.NL
Healthy relationships follow the Designer's design. All the threes in creation and the scriptures point to His triune nature, His character and to one of His most fundamental strategies. We must learn to live with humility, courage, and clear intention in three specific circles. Sermon Outline Series: three Speaker: John Pryor
When Vashtie Kola became the first woman to design a Jordan sneaker in 2010 -- 25 years after the dawn of the shoe's revolutionary debut -- it was a feat for a woman to break into the boys club that is streetwear. Fortunately, Aleali May, a style consultant, designer and model, continued to break down the gendered walls of the sneaker industry in 2017. But for May, because "it's taken this long" to bring another female voice into the forefront of the design process, pledging to "get this whole women's market rolling," has been crucial in her journey with the Jordan brand, she said on this week's Glossy Podcast. After working at RSVP Gallery, an upscale and streetwear retailer in Chicago owned by Virgil Abloh and Don C, May was offered the opportunity to make her own mark in Jordan history. And with that opportunity came the guiding question of storytelling. With Air Jordan, “Every silhouette has its own story,” said May. As a force integral to both the ins and outs of the fashion industry, May's unique perspective on the industry has continued to evolve, specifically concerning the peaks and troughs of the pandemic and its impact on inclusivity within the industry as a whole. In terms of design, May continues to make her mark in the traditionally male-dominated sneaker industry. “The more seasoned I get in this, the more willing I am to try out new silhouettes,” she said. And looking towards the future of streetwear and the fashion industry, “My whole focus is [to try] to include more women's brands, more women's ideas, more women's products, and, of course, unisex as well,” said May. This week, on October 6-7, she's co-hosting Transfer, a two-day virtual festival on the livestream shopping platform NTWRK. It will feature exclusive drops from brands including Nike and Hood by Air, as well as experiential creator content, among other components.
#106 When it comes to page layout programs for graphic designers, for some it comes down to Adobe InDesign versus Affinity Publisher. Find out the key differences between InDesign and Publisher and how to decide which page layout program is best for you.
Nesse episódio do Cotidiano conversamos sobre o processo de criação no contexto do design. O quanto a gente consegue tentar prever como vai ser o processo dentro de um projeto? Como mostrar o nosso processo de uma maneira que seja interessante? Para mais informações, acesse www.diagrama.co Edição: Lucas Guilherme Links do episódio: https://the-brandidentity.com/product/the-process/ https://eyeondesign.aiga.org/category/design-series/rejected-designs/ https://www.jetset.nl/archive/statement-counter-statement
Welcome to a bonus episode of Character Creation Spotlight! This episode we will be sitting down with Pete Petruscha to learn about, and create characters for, CHEW, a Forged in the Dark, food-based, crime drama RPG!Announcements:CHEW Kickstarterhttps://www.kickstarter.com/projects/peteyp/chew-the-roleplaying-gameLeave us reviews in any, or all, of these places:Character Creation Cast on Apple Podcasts (The best place to leave reviews for us)https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/character-creation-cast/id1363822066?mt=2&ls=1Character Creation Cast on Podchaserhttps://podchaser.com/CharacterCreationCastCharacter Creation Cast on Stitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/podcast/character-creation-cast?refid=stprCharacter Creation Cast on Facebookhttps://facebook.com/CharacterCreationCastGuests and Projects:Pete Petrusha @IG_PeteTwitter: https://twitter.com/IG_PeteWebsite: https://www.imagininggames.com/Games discussed this episode:CHEW by Imagining GamesKickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/peteyp/chew-the-roleplaying-gameOur Characters: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1z1-pkTxqhe7y6t56rd8a4-2BYsTpo5nPGFeJAN5QQFE/edit?usp=sharingTimestamps:00:00:19 - Introductions00:03:30 - What's in a game? - Core concept for CHEW00:08:49 - What materials do we need to play CHEW?00:12:42 - What kinds of characters can people play?00:15:12 - Let's make some people! - Picking Playbooks00:16:31 - Attributes00:20:52 - Quirks00:24:25 - Approaches00:27:14 - Perks00:31:34 - Conditions00:35:46 - Trouble00:40:37 - Gear00:43:16 - Name, Beat, Look, Bio00:49:22 - Post Creation Thoughts00:51:55 - Kickstarter Details00:54:22 - Episode closer00:55:18 - Credits00:57:13 - Show Blurbs - System Mastery00:58:03 - OuttakesTranscriptshttps://charactercreationcast.simplecast.com/episodes/character-creation-spotlight-chew-with-pete-petruscha-designer/transcriptMusic:Clip 1: Netherworld Shanty by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://filmmusic.io/song/4119-netherworld-shantyLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseClip 2: Special Agent None by Alexander NakaradaLink: https://filmmusic.io/song/4794-special-agent-noneLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseMain Theme: Hero (Remix) (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Steve_Combs/Principal_Photography_1493/11_Hero_Remix) by Steve Combs (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Steve_Combs/)Our Podcast:Character Creation Cast:Twitter: @CreationCast (https://twitter.com/CreationCast)Facebook: https://facebook.com/charactercreationcast/Discord: http://discord.charactercreationcast.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/creationcast/Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/CharacterCreationCastAmelia Antrim:Twitter: @gingerreckoning (https://twitter.com/gingerreckoning)Website: https://ameliaantrim.wordpress.com/Garbage of the Five Rings podcast: (http://garbageofthefiverings.com/)G5R Twitter: @G5Rpodcast (https://twitter.com/G5Rpodcast)Ryan Boelter:Twitter: @lordneptune (https://twitter.com/lordneptune)Website: https://lordneptune.comTwitch: https://twitch.tv/lordneptunerbChimera RPG: @ChimeraRPG (https://twitter.com/ChimeraRPG)A Horror Borealis: @AHorrorBorealis (https://twitter.com/AHorrorBorealis)Patreon: https://patreon.com/RyanBoelterItch.io: https://lordneptune.itch.ioOur Website:http://www.charactercreationcast.comOur Network:http://oneshotpodcast.comNetwork Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/oneshotpodcast
Dungeons and Designers is where design nerds, get nerdy. We are a Master of One Network podcast where 4 designers play Dungeons and Dragons with guest designers, many having never rolled a D20. Episode Summary Our crew is joined once again by Jonathan Cutrell as the search for Floon continues and they make their way to a gang's warehouse Episode Notes Sign up for our newsletter, view our equipment, and check out our store at dungeonsanddesigners.com Cast Will Truran Dan Truran Zach Wilkinson Courtney Leach Social Instagram Twitter Jonathan Cutrell Developer Tea Twitter Visit www.mof1.network to see what else the Mof1 network is putting out each and every week!
In today's episode, I speak with Brad Frost. Brad is a web designer, speaker, writer, and consultant based in Pittsburgh. He is the author of the book Atomic Design, which introduces a methodology to create and maintain effective design systems. Brad co-hosts the Style Guides Podcast and has helped create several tools and resources for web designers.We dive into navigating the challenges designers experience when coping with personal crisis and burnout, tactical ways to protect your well-being by cultivating self-awareness and reaching out for support, and why investing in your mental health is key to becoming a more effective and empowered designer.
Our guest today is interior designer Lilse McKenna. Before starting her own firm, she worked with designers Markham Roberts and Lindsey Coral Harper and drew inspiration from their styles. She has since had her work featured in House Beautiful, The Wallstreet Journal, Real Simple, and more. Her signature style is rooted in tradition yet layered with colors, textures, and patterns. We talk about how she uses layers, where she searches for killer fabrics, her best budget buys, and more! What You'll Hear on This Episode: Why Lilse wants your interior to make you “think”. How did Lilse get started? What does Lilse love about fabrics? Tips for the pattern people and non-pattern people. What are Lilse's rules for sconces, wall art… and mattress heights? What are Lilse's thoughts on the “Grandmillennial” style? Are vertical line patterns in wallpaper a new trend? Where does Lilse like to save vs. splurge on items? Decorating Dilemma Hi Melissa, I like the Pinterest example you showed with the custom shower curtain that was especially long, hung close to the ceiling, and almost to the floor. You may have to custom make it, but I would get an ivory linen with a narrow contrast banding on all 4 sides that pulls from the colors of the wallpaper. This will make sort of a fabric wall and make it look less “bathroomy”. You could even have the shower curtain made with pinch pleats or grommets to make it look more like a curtain. Good luck! We are very invested in your shower curtain so show us after photos! Mentioned in This Episode: Lilse McKenna Lilse McKenna on Instagram Etsy
Looking to make six figures as a motion designer, but not sure where to start? Motion designer John Filipkowski discusses how he hit this financial goal and how other freelance motion designers can achieve six figures too. About John Filipkowski John Filipkowski is a freelance motion designer based in Chicagoland, USA. He specialises in both 2D and 3D motion design and has worked with some amazing clients - from Sony, to Paypal and Samsung! After already achieving a six-figure salary through full-time employment, John wanted to make the move to freelancing and gain more working freedom, but he also wanted to be sure he could match his salary. Through extensive outreach, building a large network of fellow motion designers and potential clients, and most of all, keeping a level-headed approach, John has achieved this goal. He hopes he can inspire other freelance creatives through his story, helping them to make six figures as a motion designer and find a more rewarding way of working. Read the full shownotes
Hi. We're Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough, the duo who's written almost three dozen cookbooks. Welcome to our podcast. Today's episode is mostly about kitchen remodels. Should you use a designer? An architect? Should you DIY it? Find out our thoughts, our one-minute cooking tip, and what's making us happy in food this week on this episode of COOKING WITH BRUCE AND MARK. Here are the segments of this episode: [00:27] If you're remodeling your kitchen, should you go it alone, hire a designer, or go all the way with an architect? It depends on what you want to do. [12:45] Our one-minute cooking tip: Get yourself a cut-proof glove. [14:06] Bruce interviews Denver kitchen designer Bill Mickelsen. [20:56] What's making us happy in food this week? Smoked scallops and hen of the woods mushrooms
EDITORS NOTE: If you want to see some of the work/imagery referenced in this podcast, you can follow along with timestamps on the blog. Graphic designers are tasked with creating new and all-encompassing identities for institutions, from signage to promotional materials and even swag. But what happens after the job is done and the institution is responsible for implementing their new identity all on their own? The work of Paula Scher, a designer and partner in the New York office of the international design consultancy Pentagram and one of the world's most acclaimed graphic designers, pushes the boundaries of visual communication while establishing a template meant to be tinkered with. She provides her clients with a kit of parts in the form of typography that will serve them and their institutions for years to come. Scher has established a legacy by pushing the boundaries of what typography can be. She isn't afraid to invent new typefaces or use existing ones in completely unexpected ways to communicate the mission and aspirations of the project. Her work demonstrates that graphic design can be much more than letters and shapes on a page, but rather a tool to provoke, engage and even shape the way people occupy a space. To accompany the episode, I added some of the images from Paula's presentation on my blog here. Enjoy! Have a question? Text me 1-206-309-5177 Tweet me @chasejarvis --- Today's episode is brought to you by CreativeLive. CreativeLive is the world's largest hub for online creative education in photo/video, art/design, music/audio, craft/maker and the ability to make a living in any of those disciplines. They are high quality, highly curated classes taught by the world's top experts -- Pulitzer, Oscar, Grammy Award winners, New York Times best selling authors and the best entrepreneurs of our times.
Julie Knisley joins Nicole and Victor to discuss all that goes into creating baby furniture, especially cribs. Julie is the CEO of Milk Street Baby, the company where Arrow's crib and dresser are from! It's much more intricate than you might imagine. Nicole and Victor go on to discuss Arrow and give life updates! Enjoy your weekly dose of Coco!! Get 20% off your first order at https://www.sakara.com/coco or enter code: COCO at checkout! More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426
Most people think about company culture as team building events and ping pong tables, but there is more going on under the surface than most people realize. Culture is shaped by how all employees, from the top executives to the interns, show up every day, but that is something very few companies are aware of or focus on despite having such a massive impact on creativity and innovation. In this episode, we will explore the 3 basic parts of how everyone experiences an emotion, a breakdown of cognitive and emotional cultures, and what anyone can do to start to change your culture.SHOW NOTES:http://thecrazy1.com/episode117 FOLLOW THE CRAZY ONE:Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook