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Design Speaks

Design Speaks

Brandi Sea: Independent Passionate Creative Direct

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A podcast discussing graphic design, design thinking and creative inspiration

Latest Episodes

Is “Good Enough” Good, When it Comes to Design? – Episode 098

This week we chat about the difference between creating work that is good, or just good enough, and the three kinds of designers: lazy, complacent, and proactive and figuring out what kind you are. Show Notes Coming Soon! Music: Brandi’s song: “Something Good Can Work” by Two Door Cinema Club This Quarter’s Book: We are reading and reviewing books on the podcast every quarter! If you would like to read along, THIS QUARTER, we’ve been reading, The Secret Lives of Color by Kassia St. Clair. Want to support us? Go to Patreon and help support our podcast! Find us on all forms of social media via @BrandiSea on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and you can email us any burning questions you want Brandi to answer on an episode at brandi@brandisea.com. THANK YOU to the ultra-talented Vesperteen(Colin Rigsby) for letting us use his (“Shatter in The Night”) track in every episode of Design Speaks. TRANSCRIPTION

42 MIN5 days ago
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Is “Good Enough” Good, When it Comes to Design? – Episode 098

INTERVIEW: Behind the Brand Strategy for Pro Soccer Team New Mexico United – Episode 097

This week we are talking to Sam Maclay and Zak Rutledge of 3 Advertising in Albuquerque about the brand strategy behind the incredible work they did for pro soccer team, the New Mexico United. Stay tuned for some insight and a peek behind the scenes of a state-wide campaign! INTERVIEW: Sam Maclay & Zak Rutledge of 3 Advertising – Episode 097 “If you notice on the left side of the shield, it’s open. The ownership group, and Peter Trevisani, wanted a very inclusive feel to the team and the logo, and the whole concept of the team. It’s really much more than just bringing a soccer team to the state. Going through our process with him that’s what we really learned. It’s like this is about bringing a whole state together and creating a source of pride and community and something we can all be behind.” -Sam Maclay “Speaker 5: (21:28) Yeah. I was wanting to create something real graphic and minimalist for this and yeah. And there’s this kind of cropped and Zia that I hadn’t really...

47 MIN1 weeks ago
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INTERVIEW: Behind the Brand Strategy for Pro Soccer Team New Mexico United – Episode 097

How to Find Your Voice As a Designer – Episode 096

This week Brandi and Michelle are taking a leaf out of Sean Wes’s book and recovering the topic of, how to hear your own voice when you are working for someone else. Brandi and Michelle encourage fellow creatives that it’s okay for you to have your own voice. It is your work and it’s okay to be in it. Michelle’s week: Michelle has had an interesting week thus far. She got to see Death Cab for Cutie live which made Brandi jealous. And Michelle is working hard at work on Easter stuff. Her daughter is on a soccer team so weekly they are at games. And she had a wild experience with her daughter the day of this recording because she and her husband were having coffee with some friends. Her daughter disappears for a minute, comes back, and when they asked where she went her response was, “I bought a burrito.” And sure enough, she had taken Kelly’s (Michelle’s husband) debit card, went to the register and bought a burrito! Brandi’s week: Brandi got a new pin this week from Two Gir...

45 MIN2 weeks ago
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How to Find Your Voice As a Designer – Episode 096

Latest Episodes

Is “Good Enough” Good, When it Comes to Design? – Episode 098

This week we chat about the difference between creating work that is good, or just good enough, and the three kinds of designers: lazy, complacent, and proactive and figuring out what kind you are. Show Notes Coming Soon! Music: Brandi’s song: “Something Good Can Work” by Two Door Cinema Club This Quarter’s Book: We are reading and reviewing books on the podcast every quarter! If you would like to read along, THIS QUARTER, we’ve been reading, The Secret Lives of Color by Kassia St. Clair. Want to support us? Go to Patreon and help support our podcast! Find us on all forms of social media via @BrandiSea on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and you can email us any burning questions you want Brandi to answer on an episode at brandi@brandisea.com. THANK YOU to the ultra-talented Vesperteen(Colin Rigsby) for letting us use his (“Shatter in The Night”) track in every episode of Design Speaks. TRANSCRIPTION

42 MIN5 days ago
Comments
Is “Good Enough” Good, When it Comes to Design? – Episode 098

INTERVIEW: Behind the Brand Strategy for Pro Soccer Team New Mexico United – Episode 097

This week we are talking to Sam Maclay and Zak Rutledge of 3 Advertising in Albuquerque about the brand strategy behind the incredible work they did for pro soccer team, the New Mexico United. Stay tuned for some insight and a peek behind the scenes of a state-wide campaign! INTERVIEW: Sam Maclay & Zak Rutledge of 3 Advertising – Episode 097 “If you notice on the left side of the shield, it’s open. The ownership group, and Peter Trevisani, wanted a very inclusive feel to the team and the logo, and the whole concept of the team. It’s really much more than just bringing a soccer team to the state. Going through our process with him that’s what we really learned. It’s like this is about bringing a whole state together and creating a source of pride and community and something we can all be behind.” -Sam Maclay “Speaker 5: (21:28) Yeah. I was wanting to create something real graphic and minimalist for this and yeah. And there’s this kind of cropped and Zia that I hadn’t really...

47 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
INTERVIEW: Behind the Brand Strategy for Pro Soccer Team New Mexico United – Episode 097

How to Find Your Voice As a Designer – Episode 096

This week Brandi and Michelle are taking a leaf out of Sean Wes’s book and recovering the topic of, how to hear your own voice when you are working for someone else. Brandi and Michelle encourage fellow creatives that it’s okay for you to have your own voice. It is your work and it’s okay to be in it. Michelle’s week: Michelle has had an interesting week thus far. She got to see Death Cab for Cutie live which made Brandi jealous. And Michelle is working hard at work on Easter stuff. Her daughter is on a soccer team so weekly they are at games. And she had a wild experience with her daughter the day of this recording because she and her husband were having coffee with some friends. Her daughter disappears for a minute, comes back, and when they asked where she went her response was, “I bought a burrito.” And sure enough, she had taken Kelly’s (Michelle’s husband) debit card, went to the register and bought a burrito! Brandi’s week: Brandi got a new pin this week from Two Gir...

45 MIN2 weeks ago
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How to Find Your Voice As a Designer – Episode 096
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