On this episode; number 11, we have JP Stallard on the show, Co-founder of SOLV and was Samsung’s first interaction designer in Europe. He talks to us about designing towards emotions, personalities and service design. He also sheds light on how to build strong customer relationships even to the point of sharing with us practical presentation tips to CEO’s and key decision makers.
What better way to enter the double digits, episode #10, than to bring on the Global Vice President and Head of Design at Visa. He was previously the Global Director, Head of Product Strategy & UX Design at Samsung, Head of Design at Paypal, Senior Manager of UX Design at eBay, and has even had long stints at Whirlpool and GE.
On this episode we have an Aussie fine artist / street artist who is based in Venice Beach, California. His art is featured internationally in cities including Melbourne, Sydney, London, San Fran, Paris, Tokyo, Hawaii, Mexico, L.A, and Hong Kong. This guy has some serious skills and talent. He’s most commonly recognised for his unique, expressive, and energetic style with references to pop-culture, the natural world, and socio-cultural issues. His technical use of colour and movement combines clean, bold, illustrative elements with textural, and free flowing design. CONTINUE READING
In this episode we have a Sydney-based Art Director and Designer with over 15 years experience. He owns his own design studio and has worked with leading international brands including Coca Cola, Nespresso, Quicksilver, Hurley, Globe, Le Coq Sportive and Universal Music. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. He also runs an online store with his wife that produces a range of art prints, stationery and paper goods. These products feature his distinctive hand lettering and design style and there are currently over 200 stores worldwide that stock their products.CONTINUE READING
In this session, the guest joining us is the Creative Director and Principal of a very established design agency. He started this agency in 1991 – so, almost a quarter of a century ago. During his journey he’s achieved over 300 international and regional awards. He’s published 14 books, lectured extensively and served on numerous boards. His design work is even exhibited in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. CONTINUE READING