Noise - Creativity & design

Cat Noone on accessibility, context switching, and time design

An episode of Noise - Creativity & design

By Noise
An audio series talking to creatives across the globe about what makes them tick. Whether it’s side projects, travelling, hobbies or community, we’re humanising your favourite designers
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Mitch Myers on winning an Emmy, entrepreneurship, and networking
Mitch Myers is an Emmy award winning art director, motion designer and entrepreneur. He's the person behind reels for some of the world's biggest brands and bands, including GoPro, The Glitch Mob, and EA Sports. Aside from this, Mitch is a tutorial and live drawing whizz, consistently offering his insights to a loyal user base through his various channels. We loved his transparent attitude towards work and wanted to understand what it takes to such high quality work whilst juggling so many projects. We also learned that he was in a screamo band. Show notes Greyscalegorilla
46:40
May 1, 2019
Darshan Gajara on side projects, remote work, and consistency
Darshan Gajara is the face behind Product Disrupt, a side project he started to field his own needs which turned into a mini viral hit. Working remotely from his home in Mumbai, Darshan consults with top brands to develop user friendly products that also meet business needs. In this episode, we dove into the importance of side projects, and what his motivations are for pursuing these non-paid pieces of work.
41:26
May 1, 2019
Martha Peck on color theory, designer peer pressure, and social media
Martha Peck is a Seattle based UI/UX designer who started out by designing CD covers for her favourite bands - we're still waiting to see these gems. Having studied design academically, she rode the path of internships before finding her feet at CBRE. We took a deep dive into the world of colour with Martha, with its limitations, impact on accessibility and why every app looks the same.
34:54
May 1, 2019
Facer.io special on becoming a creative director
What does it take to be a creative director? Lukasz worked as creative director at the world's leading smartwatch face company, Facer, and takes us on a journey through the trials and tribulations of this role.  We take a deep dive into leadership, owning a brand, and the skills required to be successful in this design position. Show notes Tesla vs Edison
34:26
May 1, 2019
David Klein on coffee kits, news cycles, and collaboration
David Klein is a product designer for Salesforce, a writer, excellent photographer and coffee afficionado - we're not kidding. His precise methods have carved out a career as a designer with a very strong influence on product processes and workflows. He shared some immense insights with us on how to push your effectiveness as a designer, and also why we all need our own coffee kit. Show notes Misto box Hario - For the v60 coffee drip and temperature controlled kettle Mark Hemeon, designer and artist Unsplash photo walks Good To Great by Jim Collins Michael Beirut Pomodoro technique
42:10
May 1, 2019
Frank Bach on mindfulness, living for now, and punk rock
Frank Bach is lead product designer at the world's biggest meditation and mindfulness app, Headspace. Having established a successful studio of his own in his hometown of Sudbury, Canada, Frank moved to California and set his sights on Headspace.  As well as producing world class designs, Frank is a regular speaker at conferences and was a mighty fine skateboarder back in the day.
43:53
May 1, 2019
Zeis Lentz on Hollywood FUI, personal brand, and building communities
Zeis Lentz is one of those design all rounders. Not only does he produce world class FUI designs for some of Hollywoods biggest TV shows, he is a dedicated gamer, streamer and community builder. On top of this, he somehow finds time to be a voice actor as well. It's rare to find such a gem, and he was a delight to have on the podcast. Show notes Seth Molson "Zoom and enhance" Zeis' Podcast
44:11
April 30, 2019
Cat Noone on accessibility, context switching, and time design
Cat Noone is prolific and ruthlessly efficient with her projects. She's currently CEO @irisapp and @getstarkco and co-Founder @lyraapp. Her design passions lie in accessibility, building for real people and working with cross-functional teams to deliver products that represent the users she's targeting. Cat had some real zingers of quotes in our podcast, and we're so excited to have her as our debut episode. Episode notes Books Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande Hello World: How to be Human in the Age of the Machine by Hannah Fry Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup by John Carreyrou Factfulness: Ten Reasons We're Wrong About The World - And Why Things Are Better Than You Think by Hans Rosling , Ola Rosling , et al Videos In my language
56:58
April 30, 2019
Noise - Join us for season 1
This is Noise, an audio series that talks to designers across the globe about what makes them tick. Whether it’s side projects, travelling, hobbies or community, we’re humanising your favourite designers.  Everyone knows how to open up a design tool, but how do people working at top companies break the mould? What inspires them, and what’s their secret sauce? We wanted to find out. Join Luis Ouriach (@disco_lu), a London-based designer, writer and passionate home cook working with startups to get their products to market, and Lukasz Wieczorek (@wutronic), a California-based UI artist during the day and a Creative Director by night with a love for all things scifi as we speak to the best.  It’s going to be a fun ride.
00:50
April 14, 2019
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