G’day to all of you beautiful listeners, we are up to episode number 13. This guest is a behavioral investigator, published author by Penguin, public speaker and body language trainer specializing in science-based people skills. She’s a Huffington Post columnist and her ground-breaking work has been featured on NPR, the Wall Street Journal, the Today Show and USA Today. And has written for CNN, Fast Company and Forbes.CONTINUE READING
The guest on this episode talks to us about how to have success in business through visual storytelling and branding via Instagram to attract our ideal customers authentically.
• She’s incredibly experienced.
• Has started 18 businesses.
• Has been teaching social media for 8 years.
• Has 7 Instagram accounts.
• She gives plenty of gold nuggets, including bio writing tips,
• understanding the right call to action,
• advice on who to follow,
• the number one underutilized function on Instagram
• and five powerful hashtag ideas for all of us to try out and implement.
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