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The Start is a podcast focused on creative individuals and their growth in the industry, from the very beginning.

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The Advice - Duane King
Duane King is an Interactive Creative Director and Designer, in Portland. Duane's one of the most knowledgeable and resourceful designers I’ve met. Today we sit down to talk about the longevity and sustainability of design, starting two businesses and working with companies like Nike and Herman Miller. Duane grew up in Texas, started a luxury branding company and then moved to Portland to pursue design. Since then, he's made huge contributions to design, including designing one of my favorite websites (with Nike!). He shares his past 20 years of struggles, successes and experiences with us. He also has a cat who goes on walks and plays fetch! Show Links: Duane King Follow Duane on Twitter Ian Coyle King Coyle wk12 Dana Tanamachi The Gap Ayse Birsal Push Pen Group Brutal Juice Quake III Swiss Grids Jennifer Daniel Eva Zeisel Alfred Stieglitz Daniel Norris
The Chance - Kerem Suer
Kerem Suer is a Product Designer at Operator, in San Francisco. Before that Kerem worked with FitBit and Omada Health. We talk about being motivated at work through seeing improvements in your own offline life through the products. Kerem grew up in Istanbul and came to Sulphur, Oklahoma as a highschool exchange student. Since then, he's made a huge impact on the Design world and contributed to a lot of my favourite reading on Medium. He shares his journey with us and talks about the importance of disseminating information without being preachy. He's also a former National Sailor! Show Links: Kerem Suer Follow Kerem on Twitter FitBit Omada Health Kerem on Dribble Kerem on Medium Zaha Hadid Lovely Type 2 Diabetes Operator Señor Sesig
The Community - Jed Schmidt
Jed Schmidt is a JavaScript Developer at Uniqlo in NY. Before that Jed lived in Tokyo and worked as a Japanese Translator. We talk about the huge shift in jobs, and how it feels to be working in a field that was once his hobby! Jed also was a founder of BrooklynJS. He tells us what sparked the inspiration for the meetup, what it means for the NY community and why he's decided to step down. We have a bunch of debates about minimalist coding, staying up to date on trends in Programming and people degrading each other's coding style. Jed also shares a link to him singing A Capella on Good Morning America. Show Links: brooklyn js Follow Jed on Twitter Dave Rupert Hitachi Good Morning America A Cappella Eric Feng If Hemingway Wrote Javascript Isaac Schlueter Ryan Dahl 61 Local Jed's Github Article script-ed Willman Duffy Mariko Jasmine Greenway brianloveswords First Field Ketchup slack.borojs.com waffleJS
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Podcast Details
Started
Mar 31st, 2014
Latest Episode
Jul 19th, 2016
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
45
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
Yes

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