High school sucked and he hated it. Will Davis says he was never good at “organized learning”. As he struggled through high school, when he was 17 he accidentally stumbled into graphic design. And it all started with his love of American Idol.Listen in as Willtells Jonaed about how he became a UX designer, earning almost $200k/year.Support/Contact Will:* Website: https://www.wdavis.design/* LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/uxwd/* Twitter: https://twitter.com/UXWD87 Books and resources mentioned in this podcast:* Resume course: https://bit.ly/podcastpca Need career or resume advice? Follow and/or connect with Jonaed Iqbal on LinkedIn.LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/JonaedIqbalNDWebsite: https://www.wdavis.design/Twitter: https://twitter.com/UXWD87Connect with us on social media!LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/NoDegreeLinkedInFacebook: https://bit.ly/NoDegreeFBInstagram: https://bit.ly/NoDegreeIGTwitter: https://bit.ly/NoDegreeTWTikTok: https://bit.ly/3qfUD2VJoin our discord server: https://bit.ly/NoDegreeDiscordThank you for sponsoring our show. If you'd like to support our mission to end the stigma and economic disparity that comes along with not having a college degree, please share with a friend, drop us a review on Apple Podcast and/or subscribe to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/nodegree.Remember, no degree? No problem! Whether you're contemplating college or you're a college dropout, get started with your no-degree job search at nodegree.com.
In this episode Steve and Toni share the tools and services they actually spend money. You can see the entire list below. Zoom Video Streamyard (streams in multiple platforms) Riverside (streams in one platform) Audacity (free) VAs, Graphic Designer, Facebook person Liquid Web Push Notifications Tailwind Canva Picmonkey Paypal Dropbox Google Workplace WP Rocket Advance […]
Being a graphic design solopreneur can be very isolating. Even if you are introvert (many of us designers are!) it's important to have access to other likeminded business owners. In this episode we chat about the benefit of being a part of a supportive group where everyone is facing the same or similar issues as you. We also share 4 different ways to nurture a sense of community and connection into your business. Much love Kris & Dons xo P.S For episode transcript click here. Full show notes & blog coming soon! Dom't miss our FREE masterclass: Premium Pricing For Graphic Designers To join us sign up before 9am AEDT Tuesday 24 January 2023 https://www.designandprosper.co/masterclass --- https://www.designandprosper.co/theacademy ✨ We open up our doors to our 12-week transformational group learning experience twice a year. And if you're listening to this around the time of its release, our doors are open NOW! Yay! If you want to elevate your design business, and you'd love access to Design & Prosper's complete design business roadmap, resources plus community, now is the time. If enrolment is not currently open, be sure to sign up to the waitlist becasue we love to spoil our waitlisters.
Part 2 Interview with Graphic Designer of Curtain Jerker Designs, Derek Sharp. In part two of this interview, Derek Sharp discusses the clients he's worked with and the talent of people that he has met along his way. Derek also discusses conventions he's been to and upcoming events you can see him at. SPONSOR OF THE PODCAST: CITY LIMITS TAPROOM AND GRILLE: https://www.facebook.com/CityLimitsTaproom THE EVERETT LEE SHOW SOCIAL MEDIA: FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/theeverettlee/ TWITTER: http://twitter.com/TheEverett_Lee/ INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/theeverettlee/ WRESTLING WITH JOHNERS PODCAST NETWORK: https://wrestlingwithjohners.com/
The time is now, at midlife, to step into your authentic power! We must not be afraid to show our true selves. By doing that, we allow ourselves to call in the exact right people we want in our lives, be they clients, customers, partners, lovers, or friends. Gone are the days of society telling us how we should dress, show up, and present to the world and now is the time to let all our beautiful colors shine! So, this week, episode 96 of The Jen Marples Show is about Becoming & Being Seen at Midlife Using Photography as a Tool.In this episode of The Jen Marples Show, my guest Laurie Bishop, a photographer and graphic designer, shares how she helps women feel seen and discover themselves through photography and what it means to show up in your power (hint: it's not what you might have been told).Laurie and I discuss:Laurie's journey of becoming a photographer in her 50s.How photographing women in their 50s and beyond is inspiring to her and so many others.Her top tips for finding a photographer & preparing for your photoshoot.The importance of an authentic personal brand and how it benefits your business and life.How women use photography as a tool to tap into their true selves and step into their power.This is your permission slip to be vulnerable, open yourself up to self-exploration, and show up authentically which is the ultimate power play.Make sure to listen to the entire episode to receive inspiration, tips, and advice that will help you change your life and improve your business.Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed this episode, take a screenshot of the episode to post in your stories and tag me on Instagram @jenmarples! And don't forget to follow, rate and review the podcast and tell me your key takeaways!Unedited AI Transcript HereCONNECT WITH LAURIE BISHOP:WebsiteLinkedInInstagramFacebookCONNECT WITH JEN MARPLES:Subscribe to my NewsletterJoin Jen's Private, Free Facebook GroupSend Jen a Voice Message InstagramLinkedInTikTok Work with Jen! Website
With many of you knowing pieces of our story, we wanted to start the year looking back and reflecting on the road that led us here, with the main people who have been a part of the process. To start, we are welcoming Gather's real VIP Alia Merrill who has worked with us on brand strategy, web design, graphic design (and keeping me from quitting) for nearly 4 years! Over the past couple months questions have come in like 'how did that opportunity happen OR how did you get that guest to come on the show?' Truthfully, this is largely due to the work Alia has done and guided me through on our branding over these years. We have become really close friends through this process, and welcome you into one of our laugh-filled conversations today talking about: - Our very first phone call and her memories of my fire-hose like dream processing - The branding process and creating Gather - How our work together has led to many of the opportunities you have seen us share - The process of shifting and growing gather as times changed - What the big differences are between branding and graphic design and why it matters - How Alia shifted from a math teacher to a sophisticated brand designer - How you can work with Alia for the same type of brand transformation! Whether you are a long time member of the Gather community or are in the business space, this conversation will inspire creativity and make you feel like you're sitting around a good charcuterie with two besties! Contact Alia for $500 off your branding package! TheLegacybrandingco.com@thelegacybrandingcoThe Amazon bag cleaner we referenced in this episodeThis Episode is Sponsored by: Vochill take 15% off your own Vochill system with code Gather-15
Story of failure: Spilling green matcha all over my new white shirt.Hi, I'm Ian Barnard, a hand lettering artist and calligrapher. I have a passion for inspiring, entertaining and helping people to get better at their lettering skills through videos on my Instagram and Youtube channels and also creating and selling digital lettering brushes for the iPad.I also am co-host of a popular creative podcast called The Honest Designers Show, where we give you a transparent look into life as a modern designer. You can find us on most podcasting platforms or check out our website honestdesigners.comI live in a small town just outside London, England with my wife and 2 kids. Attend and help out at my local church and try to balance my love of food by running and riding my mountain bike.In today's episode Ian talks about:originally being a graphic designerleaving his job to freelance on the same day his son was borndecided to teach himself a hobbyteaching himself calligraphyusing Instagram to get feedback on his progressstarting to get work inquiries after he improvedgetting paid for his hobbygetting paid not based on client incomestarting into the world of stock design assetsmaking products to sell on Creative Marketfiguring out effects on certain productsgoing all in on selling products onlineprogressing to typefaces and Procreate assetsthe journey of setbacksself-critiquing your workbeing ok with a product not doing well and moving onsense of being down and working through itlearning through the process to get to the higher mountainloving the adrenaline of releasing a productseeing further into the hope of the futurea healthy competitionproducing things that he likes and not what will necessarily just sellgetting inspiration from Pinterestrealizing he's good a problem solvinglessons from the spinning beach ballbeing ok with the fact that there may not be a solutionthe journey of hits and flopshard to stay positive when you're down in the valleyhis willingness to trya teacher being a mentor growing up, Big Zachhis dad being a head master growing upthe mentorship of a man from Ugandacreating a font, releasing it, and making another onefailures with fontslearning shortcuts and learning how to build“You think you failed…and then you realize it was worth it in the end.”free font that was given away being the most popularstory of a free font showing up on a store windowstory of his font showing up on Krispy Kreme and getting free donutsthe skill of typography and learning the processteaching lettering in the UKteaching his own kids letteringhis son playing soccer and not forcing him to do anythingplaying in the park during the middle of the pandemichis son not wanting to train, just playing for fun“I think that's where you learn the best, when you're having fun.”“The best ideas have come when I'm just having fun.”making lettering out of rubix cubesrealizing your creativity through playingdoing courses online and making his own leather walletbeing intimidated by a custom typeface for a clientnot being great with client relations“I just want to create and deliver the goods.”the back and forth battle of an artistclient liaisons and the trickiness of not having themthe pandemic breaking his consistencymore natural being on video and hearing his voicethe steps to good YouTube videosthe laborious process of videosreleasing a video every week and a product every three weeksthe anxiety of the pandemicfamiliar things feeding his creativity and the lack thereof during the last couple of yearssome people not being affectedshould have started the cat typography videos sooner!Instagram - @ianbarnardTwitter - @ian_barnardYouTube - Ian BarnardDribbblewww.ianbarnard.comwww.ianbarnard.netThe Honest Designers Show Podcast---Learn more at www.professional-failure.com!
Graphic Designer owner of Curtain Jerker Designs, Derek Sharp discusses how he got into wrestling with referring, booking and getting into doing wrestling flyers for promotions in this part one of two interview. SPONSOR OF THE PODCAST: CITY LIMITS TAPROOM AND GRILLE: https://www.facebook.com/CityLimitsTaproom THE EVERETT LEE SHOW SOCIAL MEDIA: FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/theeverettlee/ TWITTER: http://twitter.com/TheEverett_Lee/ INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/theeverettlee/ WRESTLING WITH JOHNERS PODCAST NETWORK: https://wrestlingwithjohners.com/
DownloadWelcome to Episode 303 of LOTC. This week the crew is discussing Horror movie poster art with special guest Edward Delgado. Edward is a Graphic Designer who has created several of the logos used with LOTC as well as many other podcasts. Edward came up with the theme this week which was our top five horror movie posters. This was a lot of fun talking about not only the posters that made us want to see a movie. If you think this is just going to be us naming a poster, then you will be mistaken as we really break down our thoughts on each poster. You will have a deeper appreciation about the posters we love to buy or hang on our walls from our favorite movies. You will find yourself examining the ones you own, and be surprised to find hidden art within art. As a Horror Podcast the crew also review Driller Killer which happens of course to be about an artist gone mad & finds a way to relief his stress. We thank Edward "Eddie " for sharing his knowledge & talent with LOTC. We hope you will enjoy this episode and let us know which are your favorites all time artsy horror posters. Thank you for your support. HELP KEEP HORROR ALIVE!!!TOP 5 POSTER ARTEDDIE 5. JAWS4. THE EVIL DEAD3. SILENT NIGHT DEADLY NIGHT2. MANIAC1. A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREETDAVE BECKER5. THE DESCENT4. THE EXORCIST3. HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL2. THE NIGHT EVELYN CAME OUT OF THE GRAVE1. ATTACK OF THE 50FT WOMANBILL VAN VEGHEL5. ANTHROPOPHAGUS4. THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI3. THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE2. JAWS1. THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATHPEARL5. THE COMPANY OF WOLVES4. FRIGHT NIGHT3. NIGHT OF THE DEMONS2. POLTERGEIST1. DRACULAGREGAMORTIS5. DEEP RED / PUMPKINHEAD4. PHANTASM3. THE HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY2. HALLOWEEN 31. MOTEL HELLMOVIE REVIEW :1979 THE DRILLER KILLERRATINGS:EDDIE : 7.5DAVE BECKER : 7BILL VAN VEGHEL : 6.5PEARL : 7GREGAMORTIS : 8AMAZON PURCHASEEDWARD DELGADO LINKS :ART WEBSITEFACEBOOKFRESH BLOOD THEATER FACEBOOKINSTAGRAMLOTC Links :Land Of The Creeps InstagramGregaMortisFacebookTwitterLand Of The Creeps Group PageLand Of The Creeps Fan PageJay Of The Dead's New Horror Movie PodcastYoutubeInstagramEmailLetterboxdHaddonfield HatchetTwitterLand Of The Creeps TwitterDr. ShockDVD Infatuation TwitterDVD Infatuation WebsiteFacebookHorror Movie PodcastJay Of The Dead's New Horror Movies PodcastYouTube ChannelLetterboxdDVD Infatuation PodcastThe Illustrated Fan PodcastBill Van Veghel LinkFacebookLetterboxdPhantom Galaxy PodcastTwisted Temptress LinkLetterboxdLOTC Hotline Number1-804-569-56821-804-569-LOTCLOTC Intro is provided by Andy Ussery, Below are links to his social mediaEmail:FacebookTwitterOutro music provided by Greg Whitaker Below is Greg's Twitter accountTwitterFacebookLespecial FacebookLespecial Website
The start of a new year is an awesome opportunity to look at how we can AMP UP our graphic design game over the next 12 months. This year, we're going to see a lot of changes in the industry, with new technologies, techniques, and even AI to contend with - you've got to be able to keep up or you'll get left behind. But who has the time?One of the best ways to start? Nail your efficiency to GET more time!In this episode of The Angry Designer, the dudes tell all their secrets on how to improve your efficiency as a graphic designer with tried and tested tips in 4 key areas of Graphic Design: OperationsFile ManagementGraphic Design ProjectsGraphic DesignersBy the end of this 2 part series, you will be doing twice as much work in half the time! (well...how about more work, with less effort...lol)Stay Angry our Friends –––––––––––Want to see more? See uncut episodes on our YouTube channel at youtube.com/theangrydesigner Read our blog posts on our website TheAngryDesigner.comJoin in the conversation on our Instagram Instagram.com/TheAngryDesignerPodcast
This week on the Pro Wrestling Podcast Podcast: - Vince McMahon Returns to WWE Board of Directors - Is WWE up for Sale? - Mercedes Moné Epic Rant! - Cash Wheeler Almost Quits Wrestling - Jeff Jarrett on his role in AEW #aewdynamite #wweraw #wwesmackdown #aew #vincemcmahon #mercedesmone #daxharwood Source Clips: Strictly Business with Eric Bischoff: Vince McMahon's WWE Takeover: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIp9dx0rqB8 Jim Cornette on Vince McMahon's Return To WWE's Board Of Directors: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zisi1IEMQxc FTR with Dax episode 2: DOG COLLAR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wxj4S82SyI The Pro Wrestling Podcast Podcast is a clip show reviewing everything going on outside the ring in the world of professional wrestling. From all the top podcasts to YouTube shows and media interviews. It's Talk Soup meets Pro Wrestling podcasts Listen each and every week as host Seth Grimes breaks down the best highlights from all of your favorite pro wrestling podcasts. Check out More Clips and Episodes: FULL AUDIO PODCAST: https://anchor.fm/prowrestlingpodcast FULL VIDEO PODCAST: https://youtube.com/playlistlist=PLbUzxHAbUelDKGzrvoe1MmQZRSw1g9Dgq VIDEO CLIPS: https://youtube.com/playlistlist=PLbUzxHAbUelDKGzrvoe1MmQZRSw1g9Dgq VIDEO SHORTS: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbUzxHAbUelDZBqN9StgjIfSz6fg0gDIC Like Follow & Subscribe: TWITTER: https://twitter.com/Sethgrimesmedia FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/SethGrimesMedia TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@sethgrimesmedia YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/unitedunderworldmedia DONATE: paypal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/unitedunderworld CONTACT: email@example.com Seth Grimes is an independent Author, Podcaster, Rapper, Host, Pundit, Journalist, Graphic Designer, Editor, Content Producer, and Hulkamaniac BROTHER! A United Underworld Media production This video contains unauthorized clips from other content providers which we do not own nor do we claim to own or have created. Nor do we have permission to use. Any clips or other copyright protected content in this video are strictly for the use of parody, reporting, critiquing, or review, legal under section 107 of the Copyright Act otherwise known as the Fair Use Act “the fair use of a copyrighted work […] for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright.” View US Copyright Act section 107 Fair Use Act here: https://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap1.html#107 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/prowrestlingpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/prowrestlingpodcast/support
This week on the Pro Wrestling Podcast Podcast: - Vince McMahon Returns to WWE Board of Directors - Is WWE up for Sale? - Mercedes Moné Epic Rant! - Cash Wheeler Almost Quits Wrestling - Jeff Jarrett on his role in AEW #aewdynamite #wweraw #wwesmackdown #aew #vincemcmahon #mercedesmone #daxharwood Source Clips: Strictly Business with Eric Bischoff: Vince McMahon's WWE Takeover: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIp9dx0rqB8 Jim Cornette on Vince McMahon's Return To WWE's Board Of Directors: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zisi1IEMQxc FTR with Dax episode 2: DOG COLLAR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wxj4S82SyI The Pro Wrestling Podcast Podcast is a clip show reviewing everything going on outside the ring in the world of professional wrestling. From all the top podcasts to YouTube shows and media interviews. It's Talk Soup meets Pro Wrestling podcasts Listen each and every week as host Seth Grimes breaks down the best highlights from all of your favorite pro wrestling podcasts. Check out More Clips and Episodes: FULL AUDIO PODCAST: https://anchor.fm/prowrestlingpodcast FULL VIDEO PODCAST: https://youtube.com/playlistlist=PLbUzxHAbUelDKGzrvoe1MmQZRSw1g9Dgq VIDEO CLIPS: https://youtube.com/playlistlist=PLbUzxHAbUelDKGzrvoe1MmQZRSw1g9Dgq VIDEO SHORTS: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbUzxHAbUelDZBqN9StgjIfSz6fg0gDIC Like Follow & Subscribe: TWITTER: https://twitter.com/Sethgrimesmedia FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/SethGrimesMedia TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@sethgrimesmedia YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/unitedunderworldmedia DONATE: paypal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/unitedunderworld CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org Seth Grimes is an independent Author, Podcaster, Rapper, Host, Pundit, Journalist, Graphic Designer, Editor, Content Producer, and Hulkamaniac BROTHER! A United Underworld Media production This video contains unauthorized clips from other content providers which we do not own nor do we claim to own or have created. Nor do we have permission to use. Any clips or other copyright protected content in this video are strictly for the use of parody, reporting, critiquing, or review, legal under section 107 of the Copyright Act otherwise known as the Fair Use Act “the fair use of a copyrighted work […] for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright.” View US Copyright Act section 107 Fair Use Act here: https://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap1.html#107 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/prowrestlingpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/prowrestlingpodcast/support
In this episode, Wes and Todd sit down with Painter, Jill Soukup. Jill talks about her exposure to art in her youth, attending Colorado State University, her career as a Graphic Designer before becoming a full-time Artist, the crossover from graphic design to fine art, striking a balance between family and her art life, making money from her art in her teens, voice, foundation, being more free in her process, goal setting, revenue streams, mentors, collaboration, Ranchlands, bison, gallery representation, exploring mediums, teaching, workshops, horses, social media, routine, exercise and meditation, anxiety, the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale, rejection, prints, and pricing.Check out Jill's work at her website www.jillsoukup.comIf you're interested in participating in one of Jill's workshops go to www.jillsoukup.com/new-painting-horses-bootcampwww.jillsoukup.com/in-person-instructionGo here to register for Jill's online course, “Awash in Color” through the Scottsdale Artists' School - https://scottsdaleartschool.org/course/awash-in-color/Follow Jill Soukup on social media:On Instagram at www.instagram.com/jillsoukup/@jillsoukupOn Facebook at www.facebook.com/jillsoukupartistCatch Jill's work in person January 7th – 22nd at the Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale – www.coorswesternart.comSee Jill's work as part of the group exhibition “Art of the Horse” at the Customs House Museum in Clarksville, Tennessee – www.customshousemuseum.org
What does the future look like for graphic designers? Is it fully reliant on AI? Will there even be such a thing as a human graphic designer?The truth is, the graphic design game is developing at a crazy rate, and with new technologies emerging up all the time like ChatGTP or Dale-2, the future of graphic design is far from certain.Join the bearded futurists for a deep dive into what the future looks like for graphic designers, and chat about how you can future-proof your graphic design career.A new episode of #TheAngryDesignerPodcast drops tomorrow on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google and YouTube, or click the link in our bio to listen!Stay Angry our Friends –––––––––––Want to see more? See uncut episodes on our YouTube channel at youtube.com/theangrydesigner Read our blog posts on our website TheAngryDesigner.comJoin in the conversation on our Instagram Instagram.com/TheAngryDesignerPodcast
By now you will have surely seen a few Artificial Intelligence "Art" renderings somewhere online. These new algorithms and software are novel and exciting, but they also elicit interesting questions on the protection of intellectual property for artists, the future of art, and what this all portends for human creativity. To get a broader perspective, we invited on the creative team at the Consumer Choice Center, who create beautiful videos and imagery for us each day. Participants: Yaël Ossowski, Consumer Choice Radio Bill Wirtz, ConsEUmer Podcast Elena Podaneva, Junior Graphic Designer, Consumer Choice Center Luka Dzagania, Graphic Designer, Consumer Choice Center Gogi Kamushadze, Media Producer, Consumer Choice Center Broadcast on Consumer Choice Radio on December 31, 2022. Syndicated on Sauga 960AM and Big Talker Network. Website: https://consumerchoiceradio.com ***PODCAST*** Podcast Index: https://bit.ly/3EJSIs3 Apple: http://apple.co/2G7avA8 Spotify: http://spoti.fi/3iXIKIS RSS: https://omny.fm/shows/consumerchoiceradio/playlists/podcast.rss Our podcast is now Podcasting 2.0 compliant! Listen to the show using a Bitcoin lightning wallet-enabled podcasting app (Podverse, Breeze, Fountain, etc.) to directly donate to the show using the Bitcoin lightning network (stream those sats!). More information on that here: https://podcastindex.org/apps Produced by the Consumer Choice Center. Support us: https://consumerchoicecenter.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
That bizarre whiskey and chocolate fuelled period between Christmas and New Years can really throw a Graphic Designers creativity outta whack.Your creative juices can feel TOTALLY drained after a crazy year of work, technology and clients. We all deserve a break, right?While keeping your creative inspiration fresh throughout the festive season can keep you ahead of the curve when it comes to starting 2023 off excited and full of ideas, finding inspiration can be easier said than done!In this episode of The Angry Designer, the gents share their tactics for finding (and staying) creative. This inspirational episode is designed to help you find ways to revive and recharge your creative inspiration over the holiday season without actually working. Stay Angry our Friends –––––––––––Want to see more? See uncut episodes on our YouTube channel at youtube.com/theangrydesigner Read our blog posts on our website TheAngryDesigner.comJoin in the conversation on our Instagram Instagram.com/TheAngryDesignerPodcast
Rhonda Summer, Design Director for Men's and Women's Outerwear & Outdoor at Under Armour and Katherine Connolly, a Graphic Designer at Under Armour, talk about the influence of archives on the design process and the power archival collections can have to influence future work. Rhonda Summer https://www.linkedin.com/in/rhondasummer/ Katherine Connolly https://www.linkedin.com/in/katherine-connolly/ Outdoor Recreation Archive Instagram https://www.instagram.com/outdoorrecarchive/?hl=en Watch these conversations on YouTube! https://bit.ly/33SVb2O Listen to these conversations on the Highlander Podcast. https://opdd.usu.edu/podcast The Highlander Podcast is sponsored by the Outdoor Product Design & Development program at Utah State University, a four year, undergraduate degree training the next generation of product creators for the sports and outdoor industries. Learn more at opdd.usu.edu or follow the program on LinkedIn or Instagram. https://www.instagram.com/usuoutdoorproduct/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/opdd Discover the Outdoor Recreation Archive on Instagram or on USU's website. https://instagram.com/outdoorrecarchive https://libguides.usu.edu/outdoorrecreationarchive Episodes hosted, edited, and produced by Chase Anderson in beautiful Cache Valley, Utah.
This week, we visit with Lucas F. Sosa and Alberto O. Asla, the two authors of The Kybalion: The Three Initiates which is a modern take on the classic originally published in 1908. Lucas F. Sosa studied at the Martín A. Malharro School of Visual Arts as a Graphic Designer in 2007. He also participated in samples of visual arts called Usina at Mar del Plata, both in illustration and design during the years 2002 and 2003. He lives in Buenos Aries, Argentina. Alberto O. Asla is Professor and Licenciado in History at the Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata (Argentine) teaching Medieval History. He is also a self-taught connoisseur of esoteric studies, a practitioner of yoga and meditation, and of I Ching studies, and a student of Akashic Records. Read more about this incredible version of The Kybalion at www.johnhuntpublishing.com/o-books/our-books/kybalion-three-initiates. Find out more about Christi Clemons Hoffman and the Radiate Wellness Community Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Is Christianity a white man's religion? If not, given the extensive depth of theological and philosophical exploration done in the West, how do we present God, Gospel and Christ to the Eastern mind? Is it an attempt that ends up in compromising Biblical truths? Or won't merely preaching the Gospel be enough?! What is the need for these cultural gymnastics?! Jacob Cheriyan has been pioneering the project God and Eastern Minds (GEM) to make culturally substantiated inroads in presenting the Gospel in India. What follows is one of the most fascinating and perspective orienting interactions on SAFT Podcast!Chapter Markers:0:00 Intro1:48 Who is Jacob Cheriyan?3:08 An AHAA moment to pick apologetics?6:56 From RZIM India to Life Focus Society9:18 Cultural impact of board games and Reformation14:01 What is God and Eastern Minds (GEM)?17:41 Eastern Jesus Christ vs Gospel Resonating with the East?23:01 Why don't you present the simple Good News as is?28:42 Does GEM engage in just the core of the Gospel or the theological depths too?33:25 How effective is GEM to reach gram's young culture?37:05 How does GEM help answer a common apologetics question?42:51 I am interested in GEM! What shall I do?46:33 This is the Lord's doing!! Marvelous!47:31 SAFT Updates!49:07 OutroLinks and citation:Culture Unraveled: https://cultureunraveled.lifefocus.co.inGEM Project: https://lifefocus.co.in/gem/Abdu Murray, More than a White Man's Religion: Why the Gospel Has Never Been Merely White, Male-Centered, or Just Another Religion (https://www.amazon.com/More-than-White-Mans-Religion/dp/B09V39DKYZ)Ep #39- How To Engage The Global Youth Culture? (ft. Lukas Rueegger) (https://youtu.be/w6LC7gx45Ms)SAFT Blog: blog.saftapologetics.comReach out to book our diversely young Speaking Team at email@example.com Watch the video podcast here (https://youtu.be/5_IKJrCAQng)Interested to join our voluntary team as Graphic Designer? Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.orgEquipping the believer defend their faith anytime, anywhere. Our vision is to do so beyond all language barriers in India and beyond!SAFT Apologetics stands for Seeking Answers Finding Truth and was formed off inspiration from the late Nabeel Qureshi's autobiography that captured his life journey where he followed truth where it led him. We too aim to be a beacon emulating his life's commitment towards following truth wherever it leads us.Website: https://www.saftapologetics.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/saftapologetics/Blog: blog.saftapologetics.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/saftapologetics/Newsletter: http://www.sendfox.com/saftapologeticsTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/saftapologetics/Is there a question that you would like to share with us?Send us your questions, suggestions and queries at: email@example.com
Sarah Haynes is the founder of Pixel Parfait, which provides graphic design, web design & online marketing services to small-medium size businesses around the country. Sarah has been in the design & marketing field for over a decade and specializes in helping businesses and individuals develop their brands. Sarah has a passion for designing full branding identities and helping companies refresh their branding through fresh, clean, and cohesive design pieces. Outside of her office, Sarah can be found spending time with her two young daughters and husband, traveling, hiking, swimming, and loving the amazing scenery that Arizona offers. Sarah is also known to enjoy true crime, reading, and personal arts and crafts projects in her free time. To contact Sarah, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://www.pixelparfait.graphics/ Instagram Accounts for Graphic Designers: https://www.instagram.com/brand.brief/ https://www.instagram.com/theglowandgrowclub/ https://www.instagram.com/lets.brief/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/prescottwomanpodcast/support
How do you know when it's time to hire a graphic designer for your business? The graphics you use in your business are so important and as small business owners, investing in a graphic designer that really captures your business and your brand is so important. In this episode of Leading Lady, I sat down with a Leading Lady ambassador and dear friend of mine, Jennifer Osterhouse to talk about how to know if you should hire a graphic designer for your business. Jennifer Osterhouse is a graphic designer with over 25 years of experience in direct response design, publication design, and marketing material design. She helps clients uplevel their marketing materials by designing custom-branded print and digital marketing assets to promote the products and services your business has to offer. She believes in quality design, clear messaging, and professional standards in every project she does. Her passion is helping businesses put their best foot forward with unforgettable, eye-catching graphic designs. While there are many parts of your business that you'll likely want to take care of yourself, sometimes there are things that should be handed off to a professional. If you are in a place financially where you can invest in a graphic designer, it can make a huge difference and take your business to the next level. Having quality marketing materials removes the hesitation to share your business with the world which increases brand awareness and attracts new clients. Tune in to learn more about the benefits of hiring a graphic designer for your business. Show notes available at www.leadinglady-coaching.com/podcast Resources Mentioned: Visit Jennifer's website: https://jenniferosterhouse.com/ Get her freebie: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1d3LK7XW8aPfpjIuAaGBWg7CJSLLUwuga/view?usp=share_link Check out the Leading Lady Ambassadors magazine: https://leadinglady-coaching.com/ambassadors/ Have you joined the Leading Ladies Facebook Group yet?! I would love to see you in there! Head to https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadingLadiesAAL to join! Let's connect on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aalcoaching Let's connect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leading.lady.coach/
Graphic designers - treat yourself this year to the perfect gift! It's the most wonderful time of the year - especially when you get a Graphic Design related present that is uniquely you. But what gifts do Graphic Designers REALLY want? What things should YOU have on your Christmas list? Should it be something practical? Something funny? Or how about something that'll help improve your skills? In this episode of The Angry Designer, join the festive fellows for their countdown of 20 gifts every graphic designer wants to find under the Christmas tree - or to treat themselves to!As promised, our list and links below! (BIG note: we are in no way sponsored, affiliated or making a penny on any of these gift ideas. They are completely unbiased except for the fact we love them!)Shawns ListStaedtler® Mars® Technico 780 LeadholderSakura Pigma Micron PenDDC-012 "Factory Floor Issue Longhand Set" Draplin Design Co. - Space Shuttle Poster Ki - 16th EditionBooq DaypackThis Mug! Desk padWrist SupportSenneiser HeadphonesEdifier SpeakersMassimos ListOld School pencilsLamy Multi-Functional PenRotring 3 in 1 pen pencilLapel PinNix Mini Color SensorLogo ModernismFidget ToysMasterClassPixel Art Wall StickersDesk ToysWhiskey TumblersStay Angry our Friends –––––––––––Want to see more? See uncut episodes on our YouTube channel at youtube.com/theangrydesigner Read our blog posts on our website TheAngryDesigner.comJoin in the conversation on our Instagram Instagram.com/TheAngryDesignerPodcast
Tập podcast này được thu hoàn toàn bằng tiếng Nhật. Nếu cần phụ đề tiếng Việt, bạn có thể xem tại YouTube. Jun là một Nhà thiết kế đồ họa, đã làm việc khoảng 5 năm tại nhiều studio thiết kế và sản xuất web khác nhau ở Tokyo như Rakuten Card hay Artless. Vào tháng 4 năm nay, Jun quyết định chuyển đến Việt Nam để đảm nhận vai trò Senior Graphic Designer tại The Lab Saigon.30 tuổi, đi đến vùng đất mới, xa lạ ngôn ngữ, văn hóa khác biệt, vậy điều gì đã mang Jun đến Việt Nam? Và ngành thiết kế đồ họa ở 2 quốc gia này có điểm gì khác biệt? Cùng tìm hiểu với host Tuân Lê tại podcast M.A.D.Và đọc những bài viết thú vị tại website: VietceteraNgoài ra bạn còn có thể gửi email nhận xét, phản hồi và ý tưởng cho Podcast về địa chỉ email@example.com.
Is time travel possible? Well, it depends what we know of time. If B-Theory of time is true then we just need to build the vehicle that can do the job. In fact some claim that if the B-Theory of time is true then the Kalam Cosmological Argument will fail. Is that so? Ashish John, a physics teacher by profession, joins us to help us walk through this quagmire topic of time.Links and citation:William Lane Craig, Reasonable Faith: Christian Truth and Apologetics 3rd EditionLee Smolin, Time Reborn: From the Crisis in Physics to the Future of the UniverseWilliam Lane Craig, Time and Eternity: Exploring God's Relationship to TimeMetcalfe, Curtis John, "A Defense of the Kalam Cosmological Argument and the B-Theory of Time" (2013). Theses. 186. http://irl.umsl.edu/thesis/186Wolchover. (2020, April 7). Does Time Really Flow? New Clues Come From a Century-Old Approach to Math. Quanta Magazine. https://www.quantamagazine.org/does-time-really-flow-new-clues-come-from-a-century-old-approach-to-math-20200407/Sabine Hossenfelder & Luke Barnes • The fine tuning of the Universe: Was the cosmos made for us? (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OoYzcxzvvM)Sabine Hossenfelder's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@SabineHossenfelderDoes God Exist? William Lane Craig vs. Christopher Hitchens (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tYm41hb48o)Ep #39- How To Engage The Global Youth Culture? (ft. Lukas Rueegger) (https://youtu.be/w6LC7gx45Ms)Abdu Murray, More than a White Man's Religion: Why the Gospel Has Never Been Merely White, Male-Centered, or Just Another ReligionWatch the video podcast here (https://www.youtube.com/c/saftapologetics)Interested to join our voluntary team as Graphic Designer? Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.orgEquipping the believer defend their faith anytime, anywhere. Our vision is to do so beyond all language barriers in India and beyond!SAFT Apologetics stands for Seeking Answers Finding Truth and was formed off inspiration from the late Nabeel Qureshi's autobiography that captured his life journey where he followed truth where it led him. We too aim to be a beacon emulating his life's commitment towards following truth wherever it leads us.Website: https://www.saftapologetics.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/saftapologetics/Blog: blog.saftapologetics.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/saftapologetics/Newsletter: http://www.sendfox.com/saftapologeticsTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/saftapologetics/Is there a question that you would like to share with us?Send us your questions, suggestions and queries at: email@example.com
This week we have Pro/Master's Cyclocross racer Kirstin Weber joining us. She won two Master's National Titles and three podiums at Master's Cyclocross World Championships. Kristin has been bike touring all over the world, including Costa Rica, all over Europe, New Zealand, and the United States. Show Sponsor: UCAN Generation UCAN has a full line of nutrition products powered by LIVESTEADY to fuel your sport. LIVSTEADY (formerly SuperStarch) was purposefully designed to work with your body, not against it, delivering long-lasting energy you can feel. LIVSTEADY is different. Its unique time-release profile allows your body to access energy consistently throughout the day, unlocking your natural ability to stay focused and calm while providing the fuel you need to meet your daily challenges. Use UCAN in your training and racing to fuel the healthy way, finish stronger and recover more quickly! Use the code 303UCAN for 20% off at ucan.co/discount/303UCAN/ or ucan.co Your best discount 12/29/22 - FUEL25 for 25% off anything in your cart. In Today's Show Feature Interview with Kirstin Weber Endurance News Gwen Jorgensen return to triathlon Cyclocross Nationals and reactions to trans competitors What's new in the 303 A Tireside Chat with Jens Voigt All I want for Christmas Video of the Week Kirstin post finish at 2018 Nationals News Sponsor Buddy Insurance: Buddy Isurance gives you peace of mind to enjoy your training and racing to the fullest. Buddy's mission is simple, to help people fearlessly enjoy an active and outdoor lifestyle. Get on-demand accident insurance just in case the unexpected happens. Buddy ensures you have cash for bills fast. Go to buddyinsurance.com and create an account. There's no commitment or charge to create one. Once you have an account created, it's a snap to open your phone and in a couple clicks have coverage for the day. Check it out! Feature Interview: Kirstin Weber Kristin got into cycling when she took a job as a Graphic Designer at Schwinn Cycling & Fitness. She had just done a 10-week cycling tour of New Zealand, and she rode that passion all the way into a career as a Pro/Master's Cyclocross racer. She won two Master's National Titles and three podiums at Master's Cyclocross World Championships. Kristin has been bike touring all over the world, including Costa Rica, all over Europe, New Zealand, and the United States. In the late 90s, Kristin was a wrangler at a guest ranch in the beautiful rustic mountains of Wyoming where she honed her fly fishing skills and wrangled a herd of 75 horses and 50 cows. Mostly recently, Kristin has become passionate about ski touring and earned her Avalanche I training certification this past winter. She loves people, she loves to travel, and she loves sharing her passion for spending days outside getting to know a place. Kristin has 3 teenage kids, so her ability to do 10 things at once is well-formed. She can't wait to share the road with you. Endurance News: U.S. Olympic gold medalist Gwen Jorgensen is returning to elite short-course triathlon competition. COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — U.S. Olympic gold medalist Gwen Jorgensen today announced her plans to return to elite short-course triathlon competition. Jorgensen in 2016 won the United States' first-ever Olympic gold medal in the sport of triathlon, and in 2017 transitioned to a professional running career following the birth of her first son, Stanley. This October, Jorgensen gave birth to her second child, George. Together with her husband and chef (and former pro cyclist) Patrick Lemieux by her side, the family works seamlessly as a team. A relatable and accessible working mom, Jorgensen continues to inspire throughout her athletic journey, with her family's support every step of the way. “I am thrilled to announce my return to the blue carpet. I'm collaborating with my team to return to form and look forward to the work ahead as I invest in myself and USA Triathlon. I am inspired by the U.S. Mixed Relay team's silver medal in Tokyo and aspire to contribute to that team in 2024. I believe Team USA can be one step higher in Paris!” Jorgensen said. “But this return is about more than just me. As a mom of two and long-time supporter of USA Triathlon, I strive to set an example that motivates and inspires my family and Team USA.” “Gwen's Olympic gold medal and incredible sustained success at the highest level of the sport lifted triathlon's profile to unprecedented heights throughout her remarkable career,” said Victoria Brumfield, USA Triathlon CEO. “We, along with many multisport fans, can't wait to follow her journey back to the sport.” Jorgensen looks to rejoin a U.S. Women's Elite Triathlon National Team that has produced unprecedented results on the global stage. 2022 marked the eighth consecutive year two U.S. women have placed in the top four in World Triathlon overall rankings and in 2021 the U.S. became the first country to place five women in the top 12 in World Triathlon overall rankings. Six different U.S. women have placed in the top four in the World Triathlon overall rankings since 2014. U.S. women captured two medals in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and its four total Olympic medals across six Olympic Games are tied for the second-most of any country. “Our Elite Women's Triathlon National Team has proven itself year-after-year to be among the strongest and deepest in the world,” said Scott Schnitzspahn, USA Triathlon High Performance General Manager. “As our team builds toward Paris 2024, we are excited to welcome Gwen back to the sport.” An All-American track and cross-country runner for the University of Wisconsin and a member of the Badgers' swim team, Jorgensen was recruited into the sport of triathlon in 2010 by USA Triathlon through its newly developed Collegiate Recruitment Program (CRP). That year, she balanced work as a Certified Public Accountant at EY (formerly Ernst & Young) with training and learning the basics of the sport, eventually earning her elite license in her first competitive triathlon. 'We all deserve an opportunity' - riders react as two trans women finish in CX Nationals top 5 Ahead of the 2022 USA Cycling National Cyclocross Championships in Hartford, CT, this past week, organizers, racers and fans alike braced themselves for another showing of protests against trans athletes competing in women's categories. During the 2021 championship event in Illinois, a group of “Save Women's Sport” demonstrators took to the cyclocross grounds holding signs and heckling trans athletes. The group is “a coalition that fights to preserve sex-based eligibility standards for participation in female sports” and strongly opposes USA Cycling's admission of trans women athletes in its women's races. The protests at that time were part of a nation-wide campaign that had sparked a social media outrage. Some condemned the protestors, but most condemned cycling's governing body, USA Cycling, for either not putting a stop to the protests or conversely, for allowing trans women to compete in the women's categories. This led to USA Cycling amending its Fan Code of Conduct this year to include prohibiting “displaying signs, symbols, images, using language, or making gestures that are threatening, abusive, or discriminatory on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, gender identity, ability, or sexual orientation.” In the end, the pre-event worries never materialized. Instead, last year's hostilities led to a showing of love and support with images of kids in rainbow hats and signs bearing “We love our trans athletes” messages coming out of Hartford this year. Online, however, the anti-transgender sentiment and protests continued across social media. Twitter in particular was a buzz after Austin Killips (Nice Bikes) —a target of last year's protests— made history when she rode herself into the bronze medal in the women's elite race behind three-time winner Clara Honsinger (EF Education-Tibco-SVB) and Raylyn Nuss (Steve Tilford Foundation Racing), thereby becoming the first transgender woman to podium at this event. Jenna Lingwood (Point S Nokian), another trans athlete, rounded out the top five. “We braced for the worst but the only energy that filled Riverside Park was love and support for everyone racing their hearts out. Sometimes, thanks to careful planning and kind souls the best possible outcomes happen,” Killips commented in a post-race message. “I just want to live in and help make a world marked by love, solidarity, and grace and the cyclocross community was able to realize that for an afternoon here. I'll hold days like this close to my heart when my faith in the goodness of others wavers.” With two trans women in the top five of the cyclocross national championships, transgender athletes have rarely been so visible. And while the internet is easily incensed, the question of fairness in competition ought to be posed to the athletes currently competing with and alongside trans athletes. And so, Cycling Weekly reached out to Anna Megale of Comp Edge Racing, who finished just outside the top-five in sixth place. When asked if it matters to her just who the five racers in front of her are, Megale responded with a simple, “no it doesn't.” “This is a super hard topic and there's a little part of me that feels conflicted on what women athletics should and shouldn't be but at the end of the day, I'm super supportive of all athletes out there,” the 32-year-old Oregon native said. “I think we all deserve an opportunity. I'm so happy for all five athletes and I'm proud of them. I think they worked just as hard for it as anyone else did. This is what the game is right now so, what does the sixth person think? I think we all raced well." Fifth at last year's event and sixth this year, Megale has been a consistent performer since breaking through the UCI ranks. She grew up a swimmer and like so many cyclists out there, started cycling due to an injury. She was introduced to bike racing by her husband in 2014, and quickly started making her way through the local scene in Boise, Idaho. In 2018 she began tackling national level UCI races, chasing that first UCI point. She garnered an impressive 57 UCI points that first year and by the end of the 2021/22 season, she was sporting a USA skinsuit and lining up at the UCI World Cyclocross Championships. Megale said the controversy and protests surrounding nationals these past two years not only detract from the racing, she also fears for her fellow competitors' safety. “I'm glad USAC put out a Code of Conduct for that because it's scary. I worry that it's not safe and I want it to be safe for everyone,” she commented “I truly believe we all need a safe place to discuss this topic. I want all people, no matter who they are, to feel heard and loved. Like most things, there is no perfect answer and continuing to work towards fairness for all is most important. I am grateful for my cycling community and feel every athlete I have lined up with this year has raised the bar and pushed us all to be better. Most importantly, there is no room for hate, ever." Ahead of the race, Pan American Champion, Raylyn Nuss, called the trans athlete debate "the big elephant in the room” and also championed further discourse on the matter. "I almost wish we could just have a panel discussion with [the trans women] in a safe space. And we could all just ask a bunch of questions, and just clear the air more or less, and then just proceed on as normal,” she told Cyclingnews. "The rules are what they are. So we cannot sit and just think about what advantages she might have." These rules Nuss is referring to is the UCI's policy on eligibility and regulations for transgender athletes, which USA Cycling has adopted. Last revised in July 2022, these regulations state that those who transition from male to female (MTF) are eligible to compete in the female category as long as: - the athlete has declared their gender identity as female, - the athlete can demonstrate that their total testosterone level in serum has been below 2.5 nmol/L for a period of at least 24 months, - and their total testosterone level in serum must remain below 2.5 nmol/L throughout the period of desired eligibility to compete in the female category. Not all cycling nations have adopted this policy, which has led to conflict and confusion for elite trans athletes. British Cycling even went so far as to block trans riders from competing until it has reviewed and decided on a new licensing policy. In the U.S. however, trans women are allowed to compete at all levels as long as qualifications are met, and for most cis women riders in the field, it's an accepted addition of competition. "[Trans women] are just competitors that I want to beat every single time I go to the line, someone that's strong, and is really giving me a run for my money," Nuss commented. With the national championships now behind them, a contingent of American racers, including Megale, Honsinger, Nuss and Killips, now head to Europe for a block of racing. The riders will contest celebrated events like Superprestige Diegem, X2O Trofee Koksijde and the UCI World Cup in Zonhoven. What's New in the 303: Shut up, Body! A Tireside Chat with Jens Voigt The Jensie, Jens Voigt talks about retirement, reflects on his professional career, professes his love for Colorado, and shares his enthusiasm for Napoleon Dynamite (2004) and Lindsey Vonn By Kate Agathon Jens night in Denver at Campus Cycles November 21, 2022 Jens Voigt is surprisingly relatable. He gets starstruck. He listens to Metallica. He considers it a good morning when he wakes up and his back and knees don't hurt. Now that he is no longer obliged to tell his legs to shut up, he tells his body to shut up instead. “I hate to admit it, but now I'm getting older. Now, instead of shut up legs, it's shut up body!” exclaimed Voigt. Voigt recently made a whirlwind trip to Denver, where he visited Campus Cycles and Primal. On the same trip, he also made a quick stop in Arizona to participate in the El Tour de Tucson 2022 Prologue and tour ride along with Bob Roll, Kristin Armstrong, Christian VandeVelde, Bobby Julich, and George Hincapie. During the last leg of his visit, the King of Breakaways himself stopped by Campus Cycles for VIP Night and took some time for an impromptu Tireside Chat. Voigt has a thing for Colorado. His favorite area to ride in is Durango, and he likes to watch American Flyers (1985). Most importantly, Colorado is where some of his most cherished pro cycling memories took place. “Colorado is a wonderful state! You guys are actually pretty blessed: great road biking, mountain biking, and hiking all in one place,” Voigt remarked. Voigt's professional cycling career spanned nearly two decades and took him around the world. However, he chose Colorado and the 2014 USA Pro Challenge for his final professional race. “It felt right to end my career here. Colorado has been good to me. It's such a wonderful place!” said Voigt. Voigt has many fond memories of Colorado. It's the place where he went fly fishing with his Trek Factory Racing teammates. The place where he momentarily got starstruck when skiing legend Lindsey Vonn awarded him a lifetime ski pass to Vail/Beaver Creek for winning Stage 4 of the 2012 USA Pro Challenge. Xmas List Rich's List: EKOI HEAT CONCEPT 5 winter gloves Wahoo KICKR SNAP Trainer MEN'S MAVERICK MX WETSUIT (MAXIMUM BUOYANCY) Video of the week: Kristin Weber: Women's Masters 45-49 National Champion, 2018 Louisville Cyclocross Nationals Closing: Thanks again for listening in this week. Please be sure to follow us @303endurance and of course go to iTunes and give us a rating and a comment. We'd really appreciate it! Stay tuned, train informed, and enjoy the endurance journey!
In this episode we sit down with Logan Blake. A graduating Graphic Designer who has a great look on life and the keys to success, "drink water, exercise, and put in the work." Listen in for more great thoughts on the design industry. Enjoy!
Before I start, let me preface this by saying I am not an expert in AI-Generated Art. These platforms are still in their infancy, and nobody knows what the future holds for them or their effect on the graphic design industry, but I doubt they'll ever replace graphic designers. I've experimented with various platforms, read articles, and watched videos. I've seen both sites of the debate argued. Some people don't see AI-Art as a threat to our industry, while others are all doom and gloom, saying designers should start applying to work at McDonald's as flipping burgers will soon become more lucrative than designing things. I don't see AI-Generated art as a threat to the graphic design industry. And I'll get to why in a bit. However, I'm not so sure about artists and illustrators. If that's your profession, I suggest you pay close attention to how AI-generated art matures, as it will affect those creative people much more than it will designers. As I said, I'm no expert here. And these AI Art Generators are evolving fast. So what I say today may change soon. Who knows? I also haven't tried all the various platforms nor used the ones I have tried to their fullest potential. So some of what I say today may be wrong. If that's the case, if you know something I don't, please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to be educated more on the subject. First, a story. Before I begin my discussion on AI-Generated Artwork, I want to tell you a story that will help put my beliefs into perspective. I entered the three-year Graphic Design program at my local college in 1989. The first two years were spent learning and applying design principles to our projects. We learnt things like design history, colour theory, using grids, layout hierarchy, typography and more. And we were taught the different tools of the trade, most of which are no longer in use and are considered archaic by today's standards. It wasn't until our third year, once we were familiar and comfortable with what being a graphic designer was, that we were granted access to the computer lab. Computers were still new to the industry back then, and very few design agencies used them. When I started working at the print shop after graduation, the first two years of my employment were spent designing everything by hand before I convinced the owner to invest in Macintosh computers. I don't remember what year it was, but during school, a few of my classmates and I made a trip to Toronto for a graphic design trade show. It was the largest show of its kind in Canada and the third largest in North America. All the big names were there, including Adobe, Quark, and Microsoft, to name a few. I remember overhearing a conversation between two design agency owners at a demonstration put on by Adobe. They were talking about the introduction of computers to the design industry. Both were concerned that computers would harm the design industry by minimizing what they considered a particular skill set, that of a graphic designer. To them, computers took the “Art” out of being a “Graphic Artist.” With today's mindset, It's kind of crazy to think that back then, design agency owners thought computers would harm our industry. You can easily argue that computers have made the industry better. Having lived through that period, I can tell you that even though computers didn't harm our industry, they did change it. Drastically, in fact. QuarkXpress, Photoshop and Illustrator replaced the standard tools of the trade, such as wax machines, no-repro blu pencils and Letraset rub-on type. And I know a few designers who left the profession because they couldn't grasp the use of computers. So computers were introduced, the industry evolved, and the graphic design industry persevered. Microsoft Publisher Fast forward a few years, and personal computers are becoming more popular, with Windows-based machines outselling Apple. And Microsoft released a program called Microsoft Publisher that introduced an affordable means for anyone with a computer to “design” their material. Quark and Adobe software costs thousands of dollars which weren't feasible for most people. But Microsoft made Publisher affordable. And what do you think happened? The graphic design industry started to panic. With “design” software now available to the masses, designers would lose their jobs. But you know what? Microsoft Publisher was introduced, and some people changed their thinking about design, yet the graphic design industry persevered. WordPress. Around that same time, an innovation emerged called the World Wide Web. Businesses started embracing the idea of having a website—a way for people to find them over the internet. Computer programmers created the first websites. They were functional but lacked design aesthetics. And graphic designers worldwide took notice and realized an opportunity to apply their skills to something other than paper. Some learned to code, while others embraced WYSIWYG software, allowing them to build websites without coding. A whole new side of the design industry was created. And then WordPress arrived. This new platform allowed people to build websites using pre-built templates called Themes. The arrival of WordPress sent web designers into a panic. If people could build websites using a pre-built template, our design skills would no longer be needed. WordPress was going to kill the web design industry. But you know what? WordPress stuck around, designers evolved and changed their view of the platform, and the graphic design industry persevered. I'd say most web designers these days design using WordPress. 99 Designs. Fast forwards another few years, and 99designs is introduced to the world. For a small fee, clients could submit a design brief to the platform, and multiple designers would compete by submitting their designs and hoping the client chose theirs. The selected designer would win the contest and be paid for their work. The others received nothing. 99Designs was all the talk back then. It was an industry killer. Why would anyone pay hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars to a single graphic designer when they could pay a much smaller fee and have multiple designers compete for them? Many designers worldwide tried to offset this intruder by lowering their rates, hoping to lure clients back from the dark side. But you know what? Designers quickly learned that to attract clients, they needed to sell the value and the relationship of working with them, not just the design deliverables. Because the designers on 99Designs didn't care about the client, they only cared about the subsequent contest they could enter. In fact, 99Designs helped weed out the most undesirable clients making it easier for the rest of us to grow. The graphic design industry persevered. Fiverr. Not long after that, Fiverr was launched, putting our industry into another tailspin. Whereas a design from 99Designs might cost $100 or more. Fiverr's claim to fame was that all tasks were only $5. It didn't matter if you need a logo, a poster, a web banner, or a booklet. Everything was $5. How was a graphic designer supposed to compete with that? The design industry was doomed. And yet, 12 years after its launch, Fiverr is still around. However, nowadays, people on the platform are charging much higher than $5, and graphic designers worldwide are still thriving despite the “competition” of Fiverr. The graphic design industry persevered. Adobe Creative Cloud In 2013 Adobe launched Creative Cloud, replacing their Creative Suite platforms. Whether you like the subscription model or not, there's no arguing that Adobe changed the creative landscape when it introduced Creative Cloud. Software that had previously cost thousands of dollars to own was now available at an affordable monthly rate, making programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign, the bread and butter of most people in the design industry, accessible to the masses. Designers were no longer a unique breed with our special tools. Adobe opened the floodgates. Now anyone who wanted to tinker with their programs could do so. This created a whole new breed of graphic designers who lacked formal education. Even kids as early as kindergarten started learning Photoshop. For all our education and skills, being a designer didn't seem as prestigious as it once was. Clients would no longer need our expertise since anyone with a computer could be a “designer.” And the industry started to panic. But you know what? Giving people access to tools doesn't make them an expert. Clients appreciate the years of dedication and knowledge we have when it comes to design. It shows in the work we produce. So even though these tools were available to everyone, the graphic design industry persevered. Canva. A couple of years later, Canva emerged. It was touted as yet another graphic design killer. Canva not only makes it easy to create beautifully designed materials, but you can use it for free if you don't want to pay for their premium offerings. And there's a lot you can do on the free plan. Whenever you see a social media or forum post where someone inquires about hiring a graphic designer, you will find at least one comment suggesting they do it themselves on Canva. Did Canva steal potential clients from designers? Yes, it did. But did it kill our industry? Far from it. I'll argue that Canva made clients appreciate us more. I've had numerous people hire me after dabbling in Canva and realizing their creations lack that professional touch. So even Canva, the closest thing to a design industry killer, hasn't made that much of a dent in our industry. We still persevere. BTW, Canva recently announced their own incorporated AI Art generator. There will always be new design industry killers. It seems like something new comes out every few years, making designers panic. Do these things affect some designers? I'm sure they do. Just like everything else, there will be some people affected. But none of these things have made an impact on our industry. Or at least not in the way the nay-sayers believed they would. You can almost argue that these things have made our industry better. Can you imagine what it would be like if computers were never introduced? Or WordPress? And I'm sure many freelancers couldn't afford thousands of dollars for Adobe's software if they hadn't switched to a subscription model. This mentality dates back to Guttenburg's invention of the printing press. I'm sure caligraphers of the time panicked that this new invention would ruin their industry. But graphic design perseveres. The only people it ruins are those unwilling to evolve with the times. Now back to AI-Generated Art. By this point, you probably know my stance on AI-Generated Art. This innovation may seem like an industry killer. But only if you allow it to affect you. I see Artificial Intelligence as another opportunity for our industry to evolve. It's up to us to embrace these tools as just that, tools. I already see designers putting AI-Generators to good use. Katie, a Resourceful Designer community member, recently shared how she needed an abstract pattern for a background of a design she was creating. Instead of searching for a stock image or making one herself, she turned to AI. She told it what she wanted, and it produced something she could use. Katie also used it as inspiration for an annual report project. She asked it to produce a report cover design using blue and yellow triangles. It gave her a few options that she used as inspiration to create something herself. And these are just a couple of examples. As for creating full designs using AI, I think the technology is still a long way off. And no matter how good it gets, it will never be able to replicate the emotions we designers bring to a project or the empathy we feel towards our clients. I like to meet every client I work with. If I can't meet them face to face, I at least want to get on a video call. I do this because I want to get to know them. I want to see their personality and understand how they act and think. Because these things will help influence my design decisions. No artificial intelligence can do that. At least, as far as I know. And that's why AI will never replace a live graphic designer. And don't forget relationships. How often have I stressed the importance of building relationships with your clients over the years? Not only does it help you understand your clients better, which allows you to design better things for them. But relationships build loyalty. It keeps clients coming back to you, regardless of your price. AI-Generated Art has limitations. At this point. I see too many limitations with AI-generated design to affect us as an industry. Since every piece of generated art is uniquely created, it's tough to replicate should you need to. Say you're working on a marketing campaign and need several images. You ask an AI-Generator to create an illustration of a rocket ship flying through space, and it produces something you like. But now you need a different image of the same rocket ship landing on the moon. And maybe another of it returning to Earth. Every time you enter a prompt in an AI Generator, it creates a unique image, so there's no way to ask it to use the same rocket ship in future creations. The rocket ship will look different in each image. Even the style of art might look different. Plus, these prompts, the instructions you type into the generator telling it what to create, are very subjective. These two prompts “An elderly man is sitting on a park bench feeding pigeons.” “An old man is feeding pigeons in a part while sitting on a bench.” To you and me, they both mean the same thing. But to the AI, they could be vastly different. How does artificial intelligence interpret “elderly man” vs. “old man”? The smallest detail can drastically affect the output. Also, from what I can tell, It's tough, if not impossible, to adjust an image. Say you like the AI-generated photo of a woman sitting on a chair with a cat on her lap. But you decide you want it to be a dog instead. None of the systems I tried would let you make that sort of change. The best I could do was change the word “cat” to “dog” and rerun my prompt, producing a new batch of images with different women and chairs. There was no way I was getting the same woman in the second set of images. Again, maybe this is possible, but I couldn't see it. Conclusion All of this to say. Don't panic. There are people out there leaning on both sides of the fence. Some say our industry is doomed, while others say we have nothing to fear. I'm just one voice. But I don't think we have anything to worry about. And I have the history I just shared with you backing me up. Fiverr, Canva, WordPress, Creative Cloud. These “design industry killers” are now part of my design toolbox. Instead of taking work away from me, they allow me to do better work and do it more efficiently. I see AI-Generated Art as no different. I plan on embracing it and using it in any way I can. And don't forget—no matter what new “things” come out. Clients will always appreciate what a good designer can do for them. You can be that designer.
It's quite a winding route that's taken Marcelle to be known as a fashion photographer. But from working in shops on London's Oxford Street as a teenager, now her photos can be seen in those windows instead.Marcelle did lots of work for free early on but it built a network, a portfolio and a reputation that has since served her well. Whilst her training as a graphic designer has kept her working at times when she didn't have a camera in her hand.She loves her job and is a self professed workaholic, but her thirty year plan finds her sitting in a beach far away from the streets of London.You'll find full show notes and transcript for this episode at beingfreelance.com This episode is sponsored by AXA Business Insurance.Get cover for your work, your tools, your reputation. It feels better being protected, being freelance.Work hard, insure easy. Check out their site or Search AXA Business Insurance.AXA Insurance UK plc is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation AuthorityThis episode is sponsored by IPSEThe Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed - support for UK freelancers.Advice, networking, events, perks - and sort your pension, insurance, legal, tax..There's a lot to think about when being freelance, and IPSE have your back. New to freelancing? The Being Freelance course is made for you!Steve's rolled up everything he's learnt from over 6 years of conversations with more than 250 freelancers.There's no ‘one way' to be a successful freelancer, but this course will help you avoid the many mistakes that most of us make. Learn from our experiences.Find out more about the course. FREELANCER MERCHGet Being Freelance merchandise at beingfreelance.com/shopLooking to learn from and connect with other freelancers? Check out the website beingfreelance.com, and be part of the Being Freelance Community!Like VIDEO? - Check out the Being Freelance vlog - YouTube.com/SteveFolland
Star Trek Adventures Graphic Designer Leigh Woosey returns to the show to break down the design of Utopia Planitia Starfleet Sourcebook. Dive into the aesthetics of this amazing release, explore the in-and-out of the design plan, and enjoy some insightful Easter Eggs. https://linktr.ee/studiotembo
Hot on the heels of oral argument in 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis, FIRE's Ronnie London and David Hudson join the show to discuss the case, as well as other high profile free speech cases at the Supreme Court this year. Show notes: Watch the video of the podcast conversation 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis Shurtleff v. City of Boston Kennedy v. Bremerton School District Gonzalez v. Google LLC Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. v. Goldsmith Jack Daniel's Properties, Inc. v. VIP Products LLC www.sotospeakpodcast.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/thefireorg Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/freespeechtalk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sotospeakpodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/freespeechtalk/ Email us: email@example.com
Hi Everyone! I'm excited to have my guest Lisa Hetrick today! She is a graphic designer, illustrator, and teacher. She has worn numerous hats and was kind enough to share her expertise in building her freelance business. Here is a bit about Lisa. Lisa is the creator of Indigo Jade Art. She creates art that brings more happiness and joy into the world. During our conversation, Lisa shares why she decided to bring her art direct to the consumer and how she's doing that successfully! Lisa's Website: https://indigojadeart.com/ Thank you for listening!
It's December which means Spotify Wrapped was announced! If you are one of the 2,616 people that had us on your Spotify Wrapped Podcast section, tag us in your story or post for a shoutout on the show! Thanks to Maya, Em, Carly, Allison and LittleDipperPomskies, for already sharing. For those that don't follow us on social media @DNATodayPodcast, here are this year's highlights…So far this year we have produced 1,747 minutes of new content, that's nearly 30 straight hours. And it's more than 98% of other science podcasts. We are humbled by how much the podcast has grown this year, our followers on Spotify alone grew 85%. And 97% of you discovered us this year. Welcome to all our new listeners from this year! Our reach around the world has expanded now, you are listening from 75 countries! On Spotify we have a rating of 4.9 stars, and we will only keep it that way if you all give us those stars. HUGE thank you to our team for making all this happen… Corinne, Amanda, Kajal, Sanya, and Ashlyn. Shoutout to our 40+ sponsors who support the show, checkout the full list here. And most of all THANK YOU LISTENERS! You are why we put so much work into the show. We love including you on the show, so email us what you think the biggest genetics news story of 2022 has been, then you will be featured in our year wrap up episode with Dr. Eric Green. Email is info@DNAtoday.com Our guest today is Sage Sargent (She/Her), who is a patient advocate for congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH). Sage is a 27 year old non-binary person who was diagnosed with classic CAH before the age of 1. She has a bachelors in Gender studies with a minor in Ethnic studies from the University of Utah where she graduated in 2021. Through her education and her connection to the queer community Sage has been able to heal some of the disconnect she felt growing up, when she didn't have the language to describe her experience. Now as an adult Sage hopes that her lived experience as an intersex person can help others who might feel as lost as she once did. On This Episode We Discuss:How hormones are imbalanced in people with CAHThe two main types of CAH and their symptomsGetting diagnosed with CAHCAH inheritance and carrier screeningTreatments that people with CAH can utilize and their side effectsCAH and the LGBTQIA+ communityCAH and gender identityGene therapy for CAHAdvice and insight for parents of a child who has been newly diagnosed with CAH or couples who are carriers of the conditionIf you'd like to check out the papers that we referenced in the episode, you can read those here:Gender-role behaviour and gender identity in girls with classical congenital adrenal hyperplasia and Gender Identity in Patients with Congenital Adrenal HyperplasiaStay tuned for the next new episode of DNA Today on December 9th, 2022 where we'll be joined by patient advocate Mike Graglia and genetic counselor Elli Brimble to discuss SynGAP1! New episodes are released every Friday. In the meantime, you can binge over 210 other episodes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, streaming on the website, or any other podcast player by searching, “DNA Today”. Episodes since 2021 are also recorded with video which you can watch on our YouTube channel. DNA Today is hosted and produced by Kira Dineen. Our social media lead is Corinne Merlino. Our video lead is Amanda Andreoli. Our outreach Intern is Sanya Tinaikar. Our Social Media Intern is Kajal Patel. And our Graphic Designer is Ashlyn Enokian.See what else we are up to on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and our website, DNAToday.com. Questions/inquiries can be sent to info@DNAtoday.com. SPONSORED: Are you seeking a position as a Genetic Assistant? People in these vital roles aid with clinical and research patient communication, data entry, genetic testing coordination, and administrative tasks. Therefore training is key! We recommend The Genetic Assistant Online Training Program at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. This online program provides knowledge and skills to learners considering Genetic Assistant positions or those recently hired into these roles who need job training. This program consists of two 10-week instructor-led courses. All you need is a basic understanding of science, particularly biology. At the successful completion of the program, learners will receive a certificate of completion from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and the McKusick-Nathans Department of Genetic Medicine. Applications are open for the spring cohort starting January 23rd, 2023. Applications for partial tuition waivers to help offset the cost of the program are due December 23rd. Don't wait! Check out the Genetic Assistant Online Training Program at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine now.
Tattoo Artistry: The Skill of Purpose, Precision, and ExpressionSteph Tamez is more than just a tattoo artist — they are an anthropologist, historian and expressionist using the art of tattooing to bring culture to skin and help people tell their story. Through this unique art form, Steph has earned a vulnerable sense of trust with their clients through a technique that is both marvelous and methodical.In this episode, Steph and I discuss the meaning of tattoos in society and the skill of focusing on the journey rather than the destination.The Skill Set is an Imagine a Place ProductionConnect with The Skill Set:Follow The Skill Set on InstagramFollow The Skill Set on LinkedIn
Michael Munshaw is an Illustrator and Graphic Designer, who has been in the industry for many years doing work on independent and mainstream properties. While maybe better known in our card circles for his sketch work for Topps, Upper Deck , Cryptozoic, Viceroy, etc he's also done his fair share of comic book work as well. A glance at his website, or Instagram channel will show you many different properties including Marvel, Archer, Steven Universe DC and of course, Star Wars. You'll find some of his amazing sketch work in the recently released Book of Boba Fett set from topps, which dropped the day before thanksgiving. Along with talking about his incredible artwork, we got a chance to talk about his day job, as Print officer for the library of congress. As an Illustrator he has done comic book work for Visionary Comics title The Offspring and IDW's Deadlands: Dead Man's Hand. His sketch card work includes working on properties for Upper Deck/Marvel, DC Bombshells, Rick and Morty, Archer, Steven Universe, and many others. (Topps) Sketch card work includes projects for Marvel & Upper Deck's Marvel Premier Cards, Cryptozoic's Archer Season 1-4, Cult-Stuff, Viceroy Cards, BadAxe Studios, Galan Sketch Cards, and 5finity. Web: http://www.artofm2.com Instagram: @artofm2 https://www.ebay.com/str/artofm2 Library of Congress https://www.loc.gov Full show notes to appear on rebelbasecard.com
Does quantum mechanics lend a escape hatch away from the cause of the universe? Just as the axe pre-existed in the form of iron and wood couldn't the universe have pre-existed in some form before the Big Bang? If everything must have a cause why must God be excluded? To answer these many other common objections to the Kalam Cosmological Argument Asher John of The Carpenter's Desk join us!Links and citation:William Lane Craig, Reasonable Faith: Christian Truth and Apologetics 3rd EditionRichard Dawkins, The God Delusion (New York: Houghton-Mifflin, 2006), p. 77.)Andrew Loke, The Teleological and Kalam Cosmological Arguments Revisited https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-94403-2 (book, free legitimate download available)Andrew Loke, God and Ultimate Origins https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-319-57547-6Record a question and stand a chance to be featured on SAFT Podcast: https://www.speakpipe.com/saftpodcastResources to begin learning Kalam Cosmological Argument and apologetics:Reasonable Faith: www.reasonablefaith.orgWilliam Lane Craig; On Guard (book)William Lane Craig; Reasonable Faith: Christian Truth and Apologetics 3rd Edition (book)Library database https://apologetics315.com/?s=kalam+cosmological+argumentWilliam Lane Craig, James Sinclair, Chapter 3: The Kalam Cosmological Argument (Pages: 101-201), Blackwell Companion to Natural Theology (chapter, book)EQUIP, a self-learn apologetics platform by Reasonable Faith https://knowwhyyoubelieve.org/Kalam Cosmological Argument Part 1 (animated video; English) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CulBuMCLg0Kalam Cosmological Argument Part 2 (animated video; English) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vybNvc6mxMoThe Carpenter's Desk https://www.youtube.com/@TheCarpentersDeskEp #65- Making Sense Of 'CAUSE' And 'NOTHING' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNXRQQNae5MWilliam Lane Craig and CosmicSkeptic Discuss The Kalam Cosmological Argument https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOfVBqGPwi0Watch the video podcast here (https://youtu.be/h1TWdUV4Z3U)Interested to join our voluntary team as Graphic Designer? Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.orgEquipping the believer defend their faith anytime, anywhere. Our vision is to do so beyond all language barriers in India and beyond!SAFT Apologetics stands for Seeking Answers Finding Truth and was formed off inspiration from the late Nabeel Qureshi's autobiography that captured his life journey where he followed truth where it led him. We too aim to be a beacon emulating his life's commitment towards following truth wherever it leads us.Website: https://www.saftapologetics.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/saftapologetics/Blog: blog.saftapologetics.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/saftapologetics/Newsletter: http://www.sendfox.com/saftapologeticsTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/saftapologetics/Is there a question that you would like to share with us?Send us your questions, suggestions and queries at: email@example.com
#139 Pantone color books are being phased out of Adobe Creative Cloud, greatly impacting many graphic designers. Access to all Pantone libraries will require a paid Pantone Connect subscription. Find out what you need to know and what options you have.
Luke needn't have been scared of going freelance. He'd spent 10 years of agency life making great work and making a name for himself. Through writing, speaking and community, people knew he'd be a great freelancer even if he didn't.And whilst all of his income is derived from client work, that's definitely not where all his time is spentLuke devotes huge amounts of energy to Birmingham Design. Joining forces with his friend Dan to organise events, workshops, a shop, website, directory, mentorship scheme and a massive festival celebrating and nurturing the creative scene around them.You'll find full show notes and transcript for this episode at beingfreelance.com This episode is sponsored by AXA Business Insurance.Get cover for your work, your tools, your reputation. It feels better being protected, being freelance.Work hard, insure easy. Check out their site or Search AXA Business Insurance.AXA Insurance UK plc is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation AuthorityThis episode is sponsored by IPSEThe Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed - support for UK freelancers.Advice, networking, events, perks - and sort your pension, insurance, legal, tax..There's a lot to think about when being freelance, and IPSE have your back. New to freelancing? The Being Freelance course is made for you!Steve's rolled up everything he's learnt from over 6 years of conversations with more than 250 freelancers.There's no ‘one way' to be a successful freelancer, but this course will help you avoid the many mistakes that most of us make. Learn from our experiences.Find out more about the course. FREELANCER MERCHGet Being Freelance merchandise at beingfreelance.com/shopLooking to learn from and connect with other freelancers? Check out the website beingfreelance.com, and be part of the Being Freelance Community!Like VIDEO? - Check out the Being Freelance vlog - YouTube.com/SteveFolland
In this episode, I chat with Scott Nunes while at TCCA. We chat his educational journey and how it took him to the world of Canva and Texas! This is episode 10 of 11 that was recorded at TCCA. Each episode will be released daily for 11 days so make sure you're subscribed to the podcast to hear all about TCCA. Buen Provecho! Connect With Gabriel Carrillo EdTech Bites Website: https://edtechbites.com EdTech Bites Twitter: https://twitter.com/edtechbites EdTech Bites Instagram: https://instagram.com/edtechbites EdTech Bites Facebook Page: https://facebook.com/edtechbites EdTech Bites YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQCZcyW4BkCFQ5P2BLK61xg About Scott Nunes Scott Nunes is an energetic ELA Teacher turned Edtech Coach now Consultant, Podcaster, and Influencer. Scott builds on his 20+ years as a freelance Graphic Designer to bring real world relevance to classrooms around the world. When he isn't busy podcasting (Education Today) he can be found sharing on Twitter (@MrNunesTeach). Scott is all about building relationships and uplifting teacher and student voices while advocating for belonging, choice, and creating positive work cultures that empower stakeholders to achieve a unifying vision. Connect With Scott Nunes Scott On Twitter: https://twitter.com/MrNunesteach Scott On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iammredtech/ Scott On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mrnunesteach
#138 Getting content from clients is definitely high on the list of complaints from graphic designers. Find out 12 ways to motivate your clients to get you content, so that you get projects done on time and profitably.
The Lord never lets any experience go to waste in our lives. Every event, every situation is designed to draw us closer to Him, to reveal something about Him to us. It is a call to decision. Will we move further along the path with Christ, or will we choose our own way? When we choose Him, there are exciting things He reveals to us, and our heart for Him seeks to glorify His Name, and not our own. That is at the heart of my guest on this episode. And what's more, we are going to see one way the Lord is using art to further the kingdom of God. Contact Information: Website; www.annodomini.design --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/curt-mattson/message
Turns out the US Army leads the charge in purchasing graphic design services for the US Government! In this episode we go over how much the fed spends on these type of services and how to sell to them! https://www.dodcontract.com/
We all know there are several ways to achieve success as a creative, but sometimes it takes inspiration from others to set you on the right path. That's definitely the case with the multitalented TTK. His work as an art director, painter, designer and illustrator have taken him far, and now he can add another title to his roster — filmmaker!Our conversation began with a quick year-end check-in, and then TTK talked about “Just Like Me”, a short documentary he created with Havas to educate and inspire the next generation of Black creatives. TTK also shared more details of his life story, including growing up in Florida, serving in the Navy for 10 years after going to art school, and more. Hopefully TTK's story and documentary can help inspire you to rise to greater heights!LinksTTK's WebsiteTTK on InstagramTTK on Twitter“Just Like Me”For extended show notes, including a full transcript of this interview, visit revisionpath.com.==========Apply to Join The Tenth CollectiveAre you a Black designer looking for work? Join The Tenth Collective, a joint effort from Revision Path and State of Black Design to connect Black professionals in the design and creative industries with companies committed to hiring Black candidates for design and creative positions!Looking for a new opportunity can be tough -- we know. Let us help! Apply today and get curated introduction requests from hiring companies vetted by Revision Path + State of Black Design. It's 100% free, and you'll only be contacted when a company is requesting to speak to you. And you can remain anonymous! Let us be your resource to find work, whether you're looking or not.Apply here: thetenthcollective.com==========Sponsored by HoverBuilding your online brand has never been more important and that begins with your domain name. Show the online community who you are and what you're passionate about with Hover. With over 400+ domain name extensions to choose from, including all the classics and fun niche extensions, Hover is the only domain provider we use and trust.Ready to get started? Go to hover.com/revisionpath and get 10% off your first purchase.==========Follow and SubscribeLike this episode? Then subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you find your favorite shows.Follow us there, and leave us a 5-star rating and a review! Thanks so much to all of you who have already rated and reviewed us!You can also follow Revision Path on Instagram and Twitter.==========CreditsRevision Path is brought to you by Lunch, a multidisciplinary creative studio in Atlanta, GA.It is produced by Maurice Cherry and engineered and edited by RJ Basilio. Our intro voiceover is by Music Man Dre, with intro and outro music by Yellow Speaker. Transcripts provided by Brevity & Wit.Thank you for listening!
“The most important thing that people should pay attention to is just being in store and actually being blunt in their education.” - Jarell WallWelcome back to the To Be Blunt podcast! In this episode, Jarell Wall shares how he hustled his way to be on the top and make a name for himself in the cannabis space. He shares how he was able to connect and become a CEO at Gentleman Quinns Blunt Co, and his journey to get into this industry. Jarell also talks about how there is still so much to do in this space and how all of us should strive to always have a mindset of always learning.[00:00 -08:59] Top Stories in Our Industry[11:39 - 16:27] Getting into the Cannabis Space and Starting a Dispensary [16:28 - 25:00] Starting Gentleman Quinns Blunt Co and Finding Investors[25:01 - 29:22] Having Hustler Mindset[29:23- 44:50] Breaking Down What is a Blunt and Attracting Consumers [44:51- 1:02:40] Sourcing Flowers for the Blunt[1:02:41 - 1:05:54] Closing SegmentJarell Wall is the CEO/Creative Director of Gentleman Quinns Blunt Co. He is also the Creative Director and Executive in Colorado's Marijuana Industry. Published Photographer & Graphic Designer, former Television Producer and Sound Designer.Connect with Jarell Wall!Go to GentlemanQuinns.comSocial Media: Instagram, Twitter Top Stories In Our Industry:https://www.fox7austin.com/news/medical-marijuana-texas-license-holdershttps://www.cannabisbusinesstimes.com/article/dea-seed-sales-cannabis-breeders/ Watch this episode on YouTube:TO BE BLUNT LIVE Catch me on MJ Biz Con! Use my discount code for 10% off: S P K M J B 2 2 1 0 Shayda Torabi has been called one of the most influential Women in WordPress and now she's one of the women leading the cannabis reformation conversation building one of Texas' premier CBD brands. She's currently the CEO and Co-Founder of RESTART CBD, a female-run education first CBD wellness brand. And has formerly held marketing positions at WP Engine and WebDevStudios. Shayda is the host of a podcast for cannabis marketers called To Be Blunt, where she interviews top cannabis brands on their most successful marketing initiatives. When Shayda's not building her cannabiz in Texas, you can find her on the road exploring the best hikes and spots for vegan ice cream. Follow Shayda at @theshaydatorabi SPONSORSHIP is brought to you by Restart CBD. Check them out for your CBD needsLEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to join me for episodes featuring some serious cannabis industry by sharing this episode or click here to listen to past episodesRESTART CBD is an education-first CBD wellness brand shipping nationwide.
Cat and crew sit down with the owner of VNDK8 Travis Bellinghausen to hear about life as a single dad of 3 awesome girls, what a day in the life of a guy who has a pretty huge side hustle working a full time job looks like. What the plans are for the future, and what a giving spirit and tremendous work ethic can accomplish.
Pamela Wilson with Neil Patel talks shares 10 secret code phrases to get what you want from your graphic designer Episode 753: 10 Secret Code Phrases to Get What You Want from Your Graphic Designer by Pamela Wilson Neil Patel is a New York Times Bestselling author. The Wall Street Journal calls him a top influencer on the web, Forbes says he is one of the top 10 marketers, and Entrepreneur Magazine says he created one of the 100 most brilliant companies. He was recognized as a top 100 entrepreneur under the age of 30 by President Obama and a top 100 entrepreneur under the age of 35 by the United Nations. The original post can be found here: https://neilpatel.com/blog/design-code-phrases/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalStartUpDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
ILLUSTRATED BLACK HISTORYBy George McCalman ~ A Compelling Collection of 145 Original Portraits and Profiles Celebrating Black Pioneers, Created and Curated by an Award-Winning Graphic Designer ~ “This vivid survey of Black history leaps off the page.” —Publishers Weekly “A unique and engaging entry point into Black history.” —Booklist From determining the subjects, to the design of the pages, to illustrating the portraits and images throughout, McCalman has created a book reflective of his subjects who paved the way when no road existed.McCalman first began crafting the portraits of Black pioneers in honor of Black History Month more than six years ago, an obsessive artistic endeavor that would evolve into a carefully curated collection of soulful portraits celebrating Black icons throughout America's 400-year-old history. Creating equal space to celebrate legends and discover Black heroes who have gone unseen, McCalman's comprehensive work features trailblazers we recognize and those we should know. This is American history.ILLUSTRATED BLACK HISTORY(HarperOne; Hardcover; September 27, 2022) also features essays by Emil Wilbekin (Editor in Chief, Vibe), Bryant Terry (Author, Black Food), Patrice Peck, (Editor, Cosmopolitan magazine) Oriana Koren (Editor, For the Birds Trapped in Airports) and Marvin K. White (Poet, Glide Memorial). Among the remarkable individuals illustrated and profiled are: Madeline Anderson, documentarian and producer of “I Am Somebody” about the 1969 strike of women hospital workersGuion S. Bluford, military pilot and the first black person to travel into spaceJames Baldwin, literary luminary and activistAbby Fisher, culinary guruVivien Thomas, medical pioneer and surgeonAretha Franklin, singer songwriter extraordinaire ILLUSTRATED BLACK HISTORY is a one-of-a-kind project about unique subjects by a triple-threat artist, author and designer that pays homage to Black Americans and their historical achievements and recognizes the breadth and abundance of Black excellence. About the Author: GEORGE MCCALMAN is an artist, graphic designer, and creative director. His studio, McCalman.co, creates long-lasting brands for clients across arts, lifestyle, food, and mobile media. He is a senior lecturer in graphic design at California College of Art and is the author and illustrator for the San Francisco Chronicle's monthly “Observed” column. He lives in San Francisco. More at https://www.mccalman.co/LINKS:Website: https://www.mccalman.co/Twitter:@McCalmanCo Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mccalman.co/Instagram: @McCalmanCo RUN THE RECEIPTS!The time has come to RUN the Receipts! Please Take this 5-min survey to find out how your industry ranks in diversity, equity, and inclusion.BUILD YOUR LOGO AND WEBSITE! Shout out to our sponsors Tailor Brands, for your continued support. Save 30% on any Tailor Brands purchase by using code RUN30 at checkout. www.tailorbrands.comSHARE YOUR BRAND & MESSAGE IN A PODCAST TOUR! Coaches, consultants, and experts can leverage ALA Public Relations to build brand awareness, share their stories, and engage with new customers. They take their clients on a podcast tour that helps their business grow.And here's our special gift:RUN guests at 10% off a podcast tour. Click here to schedule an intro call.