The designer as podcaster
Podcasts deliver a mini-conference to the smartphone in your pocket
Current design practice can be so demanding for studio employees and freelancers, that taking a moment to press pause and engage in critical discourse can seem like a luxury. For many designers, attending a costly international conference is out of the question. Design podcasts are filling this gap, providing a low-cost space for reflection and debate; a testing ground for ideas; and an escape from creative isolation.
Top: illustration by Caspar Wain.
Katie Evans, graphic designer, London
Gabriela Matuszyk, graphic designer, writer and researcher, London
Read the full version in Eye no. 98 vol. 25, 2019
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