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Tempe, AZ

Description:

Explore the challenging and compelling canvas of today’s design world with Debbie Millman with some of today’s design superstars.

Language:

English


Episodes

Design Matters from the Archive: Brian Koppelman

9/11/2017
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Debbie talks to Billions show runner Brian Koppelman about why he became a writer after years as a record promoter and producer.

Duration: 00:49:57


Design Matters from the Archive: Eileen Myles

9/4/2017
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Debbie talks to poet Eileen Myles about poetry, fame, and politics.

Duration: 00:10:57


Design Matters from the Archive: Cindy Gallop

8/28/2017

Design Matters from the Archive: Adam J. Kurtz

8/21/2017
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Debbie Millman talks to Adam J. Kurtz about designing for psychological health.

Duration: 00:39:11


Design Matters from the Archive: Gail Bichler

8/14/2017
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Debbie talks to Gail Bichler about magazine design and the role of the magazine cover in the digital age.

Duration: 00:29:35


Design Matters from the Archive: Alison Bechdel

8/7/2017
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Debbie talks to Alison Bechdel about how identifying herself as a lesbian when she was young led her into a career as a cartoonist.

Duration: 00:42:46


Design Matters from the Archive: Anil Dash

7/24/2017
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Debbie talks to Anil Dash about politics, technology, and culture.

Duration: 00:56:33


Design Matters from the Archive: Caroline Paul

7/3/2017
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Debbie talks to writer Caroline Paul about her death-defying adventures, and how girls must learn the difference between fear and exhilaration.

Duration: 00:36:48


Design Matters from the Archive: Chris Anderson

6/26/2017
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Debbie Millman talks to Chris Anderson about how the TED conference has helped changed the way we learn.

Duration: 00:45:50


Design Matters from the Archive: Alain de Botton

6/19/2017
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Debbie talks to Alain de Botton about love and sex.

Duration: 00:47:48


Design Matters from the Archive: Bonnie Siegler

6/5/2017
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Debbie talks to designer Bonnie Siegler about her career and about the conflict between designers and their clients. "The clients aren’t the problem, the clients aren’t jerks, they’re not assholes, it’s not that they have bad taste, or anything like that. Sometimes they just have no idea how to interact with professional creative people."

Duration: 00:32:51


Design Matters from the Archive: Nico Muhly

5/29/2017
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Debbie talks to composer Nico Muhly about his music and about the musicians who interpret it. "I always feel like they appreciate something that’s detailed on the page to indicate that I know what I’m talking about, but with room for them to continue the conversation when I’m dead."

Duration: 00:40:39


Design Matters from the Archive: Krista Tippet

5/22/2017
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On this podcast Debbie talks to Krista Tippet about her religious orientation, her struggle with depression, and about why it’s so hard to understand our historical moment.

Duration: 00:52:01


Design Matters from the Archive: Amanda Palmer

5/15/2017
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On this podcast Debbie talks to Amanda Palmer about her wild and wandering path to the rock stage, and about how behind her artistic ambition is the drive to feel real.

Duration: 01:20:35


Steven Heller

5/1/2017
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On this podcast Debbie talks to Steven Heller about his attitude when he was a young designer.

Brian Collins

4/24/2017
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Debbie talks to Brian Collins about why designers shouldn’t think of themselves as mere problem solvers.

Duration: 00:55:38


DJ Stout

4/17/2017
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DJ Stout is a sixth generation Texan, award-winning designer, and partner at Pentagram.

Duration: 00:49:25


Sarah Jones

4/10/2017
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On this podcast Debbie talks to playwright Sarah Jones about her relationship with her characters.

Duration: 01:01:19


Elizabeth Alexander

4/3/2017
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Debbie talks to poet Elizabeth Alexander about the journey of her extraordinary life and how death makes us think about what we truly value.

Jonathan Adler

3/27/2017
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On this episode Debbie talks to Jonathan Adler about how his pottery defined his aesthetic.
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