Design Matters From the Archive: Chip Kidd08/31/15
Debbie talks to book designer Chip Kidd about why his TED talk turned into the most terrifying 19 minutes of his life, and about his book of graphic design for children.
Design Matters From The Archive: Marion Deuchars
Debbie talks to illustrator and author Marion Deuchars about the expressiveness of hand-lettering, about how drawing is an intense form of looking, and the limited value of technology in teaching art to children.
Design Matters From the Archive: Louise Fili
Debbie talks to Louise Fili about designing book covers, designing for restaurants, about why she prefers working for small businesses, and about the importance of sketching.
Design Matters From The Archive: Massimo Vignelli
Debbie talks to Massimo Vignelli about his favorite typeface, his fight against vulgarity in his design, and what he means by forceful design.
Design Matters from the Archive: Peter Mendelsund
Debbie talks to Peter Mendelsund about what makes a great book cover, rebranding the classics, and about his fears of the iPad and Kindle.
Design Matters From The Archive: Rob Walker
Debbie talks to Rob Walker about the Sunggie and his fantasy branding project.
Design Matters From The Archive: Marian Bantjes
Debbie talks to Marian Bantjes about her daring typography and her highly ornamental designs.
Debbie talks to Kelli Anderson about what design can tell us about the world.
Debbie talks to artist and illustrator Oliver Jeffers, who explains how illustrating and writing children’s books has changed his fine art painting.
Branding expert Carolina Rogoll talks about how to update a brand and why sabbaticals are a good idea.
On this episode of Design Matters, Debbie Millman talks to Julia Turshen about cooking and writing (and how to successfully peel a hard boiled egg).
On this episode of Design Matters, Debbie Millman talks to Steven Heller about his new book Graphic Style Lab.
On this episode of Design Matters, Debbie talks to lynda.com’s Lynda Weinman about how the internet is challenging the traditional classroom model.
On this episode of Design Matters Debbie Millman talks to Morley about her songs of social change.
On this episode Debbie Millman talks to Herman Miller’s Ben Watson about how design affects people who never even think about design.
On this episode of Design Matters, Debbie Millman speaks with Louise Sandhaus about her macrobiotic past, her new book, and her struggles to get it published.
To launch the 10th season of Design Matters, Debbie Millman talks to Isaac Mizrahi about why he loves fashion and why he does so many things outside of fashion.
On this episode of Design Matters, Debbie Millman talks to writer and curatorEmily Spivack about how our clothes are more than fabric and thread.
On this episode of Design Matters Debbie Millman talks to Moira Cullen—design strategist, writer and educator—about her innovative design work for some of the world’s leading brands.
Tina + Ryan Essmaker
On this episode of Design Matters Debbie Millman talks to Tina and Ryan Essmaker, designers, photographers, creative directors and cofounders of The Great Discontent
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