In this very special podcast interview, I talked with Kevin Carroll, a HOW friend and past speaker, whom I met when he gave his PATH to Professional Presentations at SCAD recently. You can also see the highlight reel of his collaborations with creative partners (and fellow friends of HOW), Ann Willoughby/Willoughby Design/Gordon Mackenzie. If you like what you hear, write a review, subscribe on iTunes and sign up for Quick Tips from Marketing Mentor. And use my promo code (MENTOR10) for 10% off your ticket HOW Design Live 2019 in Chicago, May 7-10 at howdesignlive.com.
Today’s episode was originally recorded for the HOW Design Live podcast, but the information is relevant to my listeners too, so I’m reposting it here. I chatted with Bridget Watson Payne, Executive Editor for Art & Design at Chronicle Books. She’s speaking on how to become an author as part of the Creative Freelancer Track at HOW Design Live 2019 in Chicago, May 7-10. Use my promo code (MENTOR10) for 10% off your ticket at howdesignlive.com. And if you like what you hear, we’d love it if you write a review, subscribe on iTunes and sign up for Quick Tips from Marketing Mentor.
In Episode 5 of the #HOWLive 2015 Speaker Podcast Series, Ilise Benun, HDL Partner for the Creative Business program and founder of Marketing-Mentor.com, interviews communications strategist and writer, Doug Dolan, on his HDL 2015 topic, “There Will Be Words: How To Get Designers And Writers On The Same Page.” Details here www.howdesignlive.com.
In Episode 4 of the #HOWLive 2015 Speaker Podcast Series, Ilise Benun, HDL Partner for the Creative Business program and founder of Marketing-Mentor.com, interviews Janine Vangool, Publisher, Editor and Designer, UPPERCASE magazine on her HDL 2015 topic, “What I Learned From Design Clients Led to My "Retirement"... And Launched A Whole New Career.” Find out more about Janine and UPPERCASE at http://uppercasemagazine.com.
In this podcast interview with Ilise Benun, Programming Partner for the "Creative Business" program of HOW Design Live 2015, Aaron Draplin gives a taste of his topic. Officially entitled, "Tall Tales From a Large Man," he thinks of it as "graphic treasures from the American underbelly" and he'll talk about mining the world for what he sees as a resource that’s going to be gone soon. "I hope to open the eyes of people into a world of dead ghosts. I show examples and tell you where to go – it’s dangerous and fun. Then I show how I use it in my work."