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Design Driven

J Cornelius: Brand Strategist, Experience Designer & Business Consultant

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J Cornelius: Brand Strategist, Experience Designer & Business Consultant

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A fresh podcast about using design thinking to build great products and lasting companies.

Latest Episodes

Mike Dick - SurveyMonkey

How do you go about creating a single design system to support multiple brands and products at the same time? What’s the impact of design systems for startups vs large companies? We’ll find out in today’s conversation with SurveyMonkey’s Mike Dick.A design-engineer solving large-scale design system problems. Mike leads the design systems team at SurveyMonkey, where they’re building next-generation design tools that merge the gap between design and engineering. Previously, he led design systems at Quora and Twitch. He co-founded two startups, nvite (acquired by Eventbrite) and Cage (acquired).

25 MINAPR 2
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Mike Dick - SurveyMonkey

Martin Ringlein – Eventbrite

With all the buzz around the word innovation these days it’s easy to overlook the fact innovation is just good ole R&D. Today we talk about how real innovation starts with real customers and a little bit of good ole intuition.Martin Ringlein is the Global Head of R&D at Eventbrite, one of the largest ticketing platforms in the world. Martin joined Eventbrite pre-IPO through the acquisition of his previous start-up, nvite, in late 2016 where he served as CEO and Chairman of the Board. Prior, Martin was a Presidential Innovation Fellow at The White House working directly within the Executive Office of the President for the Obama administration. Martin’s first company, nclud, a research and design consultancy, was acquired by Twitter pre-IPO where he went on to become their first Design Manager, helping build and lead the R&D team. Martin is also a Venture Partner at NextGen Venture Partners where he invests in early and late stage startups, such as Hyperloop One and Chime.

40 MINFEB 26
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Martin Ringlein – Eventbrite

Dane Howard - Samsung NEXT

Most of you know Samsung because of their phones and TVs, but they do a lot more. In fact, they’re helping dozens of startups through Samsung NEXT. Today we talk with Dane Howard, Global Head of Design and Product for Samsung NEXT about how they do it.Dane Howard is a design leader & entrepreneur. As a creative generator, he designs momentum for world class products, services and brands.He has had the pleasure to build, grow & lead teams for both start-ups and big companies. He co-founded a start-up which was acquired by eBay. He loves to mine the experience potential in companies.He has worked on an international scale with CEO's and Product leadership. He has played principle design and leadership roles for Microsoft, BMW, Major League Baseball, Scient, Quokka Sports, NBCOlympics, Alias/Wavefront, eBay and Trov. He has built and launched global experiences in several countries, and has garnered several prestigious awards in design & marketing.He believes that stories build in str...

39 MINFEB 19
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Dane Howard - Samsung NEXT

Greg Storey - InVision

It’s no secret that big companies are struggling to keep up with the pace of innovation. Many are turning to design as a magic bullet. Not so fast. Today I talk to Greg Storey about how creating healthy design culture is the true key to innovation.Greg Storey is an internationally recognized designer, writer, and speaker who joined InVision in 2019. He has more than 22 years of experience in digital design, leading teams through full-scale projects in a wide array of industries, including retail, education, law, and gaming. As an entrepreneur, Greg has founded three successful businesses, one of which was ranked in the Inc. 5000, a list of America’s fastest-growing private companies. Greg’s work has been recognized by the The Webbys, W3 Awards, and featured in Communication Arts and the Wall Street Journal.

47 MINFEB 12
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Greg Storey - InVision

Dan Mall - Superfriendly

Lots of people think product design is just about buttons, images, features, and workflow, but there’s a whole lot more. Next up I talk to Dan Mall about how building a culture of design helps companies build better products.Dan Mall is a creative director and advisor from Philly. He’s the founder and executive director of SuperFriendly, a design collaborative that gives clients direction. Dan is an enthralled husband & dad, author of Pricing Design, and co-founder of SuperBooked, a service that helps you find work with a little help from your friends. He writes about design and other issues on Twitter and on his industry-recognized site, danmall.me.

35 MINFEB 5
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Dan Mall - Superfriendly

Shay Howe - ActiveCampaign

As a designer and front-end developer, Shay Howe has a passion for solving problems while building creative and intuitive products. He specializes in product design and development, operations, and organizational leadership, areas in which he regularly writes and speaks about.Currently, he is the VP of Design at ActiveCampaign, helping small businesses meaningfully connect and engage with their customers.Elsewhere, he is a co-founder of Lead Honestly and Chicago Camps and author of "Learn to Code HTML and CSS."

36 MINJAN 22
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Shay Howe - ActiveCampaign

Phillip Hunter - Pulse Labs

A technology product design leader for 20 years, Phillip is at a fourth start-up growing its offering to customers. Pulse Labs assesses and helps improve the experience of using AI-powered digital assistants such as Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. Previously, he and his team guided the experience direction for how people build and use Amazon Alexa Skills. A veteran of small and large companies, he is passionate about how teams work, how to understand and influence complex systems, and the little details of product design that make big differences.Phillip loves living, creating, and working in Seattle. He is an active member of local and international design communities. He also fancies himself a songwriter and photographer, and a skilled maker of bad puns

37 MINJAN 15
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Phillip Hunter - Pulse Labs

Greg Storey, Jina Anne, Jonathan Snook - The Season 2 Finale & Holiday Special

Welcome to the Season 2 Finale and special holiday edition of Design Driven. Recording this show was a lot of fun, and you’ll hear why as you get into it.This episode is great not just because it was recorded in person, but because of who the guests are and the special chemisty we all share.It was recorded at a villa in the North Georgia mountains during Web Whisky Weekend. A getaway for people who love the web. This kind of conversation was happening the entire weekend, so we decided to capture some of it for you. If you like what you hear, you should consider joining us at the next event.Details at webwhiskyweekend.comMy guests, Jonathan Snook, Jina Anne, and Greg Storey all have been designing things for the web, and leading the community towards better design for nearly two decades.Jonathan Snook is well known for his work with CSS. He’s written several books, spoken at literally hundreds of conferences, and helped thousands and thousands of people through his blog posts and g...

76 MIN2017 DEC 26
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Greg Storey, Jina Anne, Jonathan Snook - The Season 2 Finale & Holiday Special

Andy Vitale - Polaris

Designing software is one thing. Understanding the needs, of people buying a physical product is entirely different. Or is it? Today I’m talking to Andy Vi-tally about designing experiences at 3M, and his new role at Polaris where they make motorcycles and ATVs.Andy Vitale is the Director of User Experience at Polaris Industries, a global powersports leader, where he is responsible for leading user experience design across Polaris’ innovative product lines. Andy is focused on translating human insights into actionable experiences that fuel the passion of riders, workers and outdoor enthusiasts.Andy holds a Master’s Degree in User Experience Design and has almost 20 years of experience, having held multiple roles as a designer, entrepreneur, education department chair, and design leader. With a proven ability to lead change and process improvements, Andy has developed strategies and design solutions for diverse organizations ranging from startups to Fortune ranked companies. He is...

30 MIN2017 DEC 19
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Andy Vitale - Polaris

Arin Bhowmick - VP of Design for the IBM Cloud

Making software on a global scale is really hard. You have to know what each person is trying to do and how to tailor the experience to their specific needs. In today’s chat with Arin Bowmick we’ll look at how IBM uses design thinking to do just that.Arin is Vice President, Design at IBM based in San Francisco, California. He heads the user experience and design practice for IBM Cloud. With vast experience in enterprise UX and a Masters degree in HCI, Arin has served in multiple leadership roles in the technology industry, and is the author of several design patents and publications. He currently heads the design team at IBM Hybrid Cloud.

39 MIN2017 DEC 12
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Arin Bhowmick - VP of Design for the IBM Cloud

Latest Episodes

Mike Dick - SurveyMonkey

How do you go about creating a single design system to support multiple brands and products at the same time? What’s the impact of design systems for startups vs large companies? We’ll find out in today’s conversation with SurveyMonkey’s Mike Dick.A design-engineer solving large-scale design system problems. Mike leads the design systems team at SurveyMonkey, where they’re building next-generation design tools that merge the gap between design and engineering. Previously, he led design systems at Quora and Twitch. He co-founded two startups, nvite (acquired by Eventbrite) and Cage (acquired).

25 MINAPR 2
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Mike Dick - SurveyMonkey

Martin Ringlein – Eventbrite

With all the buzz around the word innovation these days it’s easy to overlook the fact innovation is just good ole R&D. Today we talk about how real innovation starts with real customers and a little bit of good ole intuition.Martin Ringlein is the Global Head of R&D at Eventbrite, one of the largest ticketing platforms in the world. Martin joined Eventbrite pre-IPO through the acquisition of his previous start-up, nvite, in late 2016 where he served as CEO and Chairman of the Board. Prior, Martin was a Presidential Innovation Fellow at The White House working directly within the Executive Office of the President for the Obama administration. Martin’s first company, nclud, a research and design consultancy, was acquired by Twitter pre-IPO where he went on to become their first Design Manager, helping build and lead the R&D team. Martin is also a Venture Partner at NextGen Venture Partners where he invests in early and late stage startups, such as Hyperloop One and Chime.

40 MINFEB 26
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Martin Ringlein – Eventbrite

Dane Howard - Samsung NEXT

Most of you know Samsung because of their phones and TVs, but they do a lot more. In fact, they’re helping dozens of startups through Samsung NEXT. Today we talk with Dane Howard, Global Head of Design and Product for Samsung NEXT about how they do it.Dane Howard is a design leader & entrepreneur. As a creative generator, he designs momentum for world class products, services and brands.He has had the pleasure to build, grow & lead teams for both start-ups and big companies. He co-founded a start-up which was acquired by eBay. He loves to mine the experience potential in companies.He has worked on an international scale with CEO's and Product leadership. He has played principle design and leadership roles for Microsoft, BMW, Major League Baseball, Scient, Quokka Sports, NBCOlympics, Alias/Wavefront, eBay and Trov. He has built and launched global experiences in several countries, and has garnered several prestigious awards in design & marketing.He believes that stories build in str...

39 MINFEB 19
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Dane Howard - Samsung NEXT

Greg Storey - InVision

It’s no secret that big companies are struggling to keep up with the pace of innovation. Many are turning to design as a magic bullet. Not so fast. Today I talk to Greg Storey about how creating healthy design culture is the true key to innovation.Greg Storey is an internationally recognized designer, writer, and speaker who joined InVision in 2019. He has more than 22 years of experience in digital design, leading teams through full-scale projects in a wide array of industries, including retail, education, law, and gaming. As an entrepreneur, Greg has founded three successful businesses, one of which was ranked in the Inc. 5000, a list of America’s fastest-growing private companies. Greg’s work has been recognized by the The Webbys, W3 Awards, and featured in Communication Arts and the Wall Street Journal.

47 MINFEB 12
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Greg Storey - InVision

Dan Mall - Superfriendly

Lots of people think product design is just about buttons, images, features, and workflow, but there’s a whole lot more. Next up I talk to Dan Mall about how building a culture of design helps companies build better products.Dan Mall is a creative director and advisor from Philly. He’s the founder and executive director of SuperFriendly, a design collaborative that gives clients direction. Dan is an enthralled husband & dad, author of Pricing Design, and co-founder of SuperBooked, a service that helps you find work with a little help from your friends. He writes about design and other issues on Twitter and on his industry-recognized site, danmall.me.

35 MINFEB 5
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Dan Mall - Superfriendly

Shay Howe - ActiveCampaign

As a designer and front-end developer, Shay Howe has a passion for solving problems while building creative and intuitive products. He specializes in product design and development, operations, and organizational leadership, areas in which he regularly writes and speaks about.Currently, he is the VP of Design at ActiveCampaign, helping small businesses meaningfully connect and engage with their customers.Elsewhere, he is a co-founder of Lead Honestly and Chicago Camps and author of "Learn to Code HTML and CSS."

36 MINJAN 22
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Shay Howe - ActiveCampaign

Phillip Hunter - Pulse Labs

A technology product design leader for 20 years, Phillip is at a fourth start-up growing its offering to customers. Pulse Labs assesses and helps improve the experience of using AI-powered digital assistants such as Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. Previously, he and his team guided the experience direction for how people build and use Amazon Alexa Skills. A veteran of small and large companies, he is passionate about how teams work, how to understand and influence complex systems, and the little details of product design that make big differences.Phillip loves living, creating, and working in Seattle. He is an active member of local and international design communities. He also fancies himself a songwriter and photographer, and a skilled maker of bad puns

37 MINJAN 15
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Phillip Hunter - Pulse Labs

Greg Storey, Jina Anne, Jonathan Snook - The Season 2 Finale & Holiday Special

Welcome to the Season 2 Finale and special holiday edition of Design Driven. Recording this show was a lot of fun, and you’ll hear why as you get into it.This episode is great not just because it was recorded in person, but because of who the guests are and the special chemisty we all share.It was recorded at a villa in the North Georgia mountains during Web Whisky Weekend. A getaway for people who love the web. This kind of conversation was happening the entire weekend, so we decided to capture some of it for you. If you like what you hear, you should consider joining us at the next event.Details at webwhiskyweekend.comMy guests, Jonathan Snook, Jina Anne, and Greg Storey all have been designing things for the web, and leading the community towards better design for nearly two decades.Jonathan Snook is well known for his work with CSS. He’s written several books, spoken at literally hundreds of conferences, and helped thousands and thousands of people through his blog posts and g...

76 MIN2017 DEC 26
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Greg Storey, Jina Anne, Jonathan Snook - The Season 2 Finale & Holiday Special

Andy Vitale - Polaris

Designing software is one thing. Understanding the needs, of people buying a physical product is entirely different. Or is it? Today I’m talking to Andy Vi-tally about designing experiences at 3M, and his new role at Polaris where they make motorcycles and ATVs.Andy Vitale is the Director of User Experience at Polaris Industries, a global powersports leader, where he is responsible for leading user experience design across Polaris’ innovative product lines. Andy is focused on translating human insights into actionable experiences that fuel the passion of riders, workers and outdoor enthusiasts.Andy holds a Master’s Degree in User Experience Design and has almost 20 years of experience, having held multiple roles as a designer, entrepreneur, education department chair, and design leader. With a proven ability to lead change and process improvements, Andy has developed strategies and design solutions for diverse organizations ranging from startups to Fortune ranked companies. He is...

30 MIN2017 DEC 19
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Andy Vitale - Polaris

Arin Bhowmick - VP of Design for the IBM Cloud

Making software on a global scale is really hard. You have to know what each person is trying to do and how to tailor the experience to their specific needs. In today’s chat with Arin Bowmick we’ll look at how IBM uses design thinking to do just that.Arin is Vice President, Design at IBM based in San Francisco, California. He heads the user experience and design practice for IBM Cloud. With vast experience in enterprise UX and a Masters degree in HCI, Arin has served in multiple leadership roles in the technology industry, and is the author of several design patents and publications. He currently heads the design team at IBM Hybrid Cloud.

39 MIN2017 DEC 12
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Arin Bhowmick - VP of Design for the IBM Cloud
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