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Revision Path is an award-winning weekly interview podcast that focuses on showcasing some of the best Black graphic designers, web designers, and web developers from all over the world.
184: Alex Fefegha
Mar 27 • 67 min
We’re closing out March by talking with with London-based product designer and creative technologist Alex Fefegha. As the creative director of his own Alex’s work has taken him all over the world, and he’s currently creative director of Comuzi, an agency…
183: Chikezie Ejiasi
Mar 20 • 73 min
I’ve had my eye on Chikezie Ejiasi and his work since we profiled him for 28 Days of the Web back in 2015. Fast forward to now, and Chikezie is working as a senior interaction designer at Google on their new Daydream VR platform. We had a lot to talk…
182: Melissa Smith
Mar 13 • 46 min
It’s been a minute since we’ve had someone at Google on the show, so I was really excited to have the chance to interview Melissa Smith, a user experience researcher at Google working primarily on the YouTube mobile and desktop products. We talked about…
181: Ariem Anthony
Mar 6 • 61 min
When you think about a designer who has built a body of work, think of Ariem Anthony. As a production design manager for Airbnb, he serves a critical role between the design and engineering departments. More than that, Ariem is a self-taught designer with…
180: Four Years!
Feb 27 • 71 min
It’s Revision Path’s fourth anniversary! We’re celebrating the occasion by taking a look back at some of the memorable guests we’ve had over the years, including Jacinda Walker, Ced Funches, AIGA Medalist Emory Douglas, and more. Plus, we have a special…
179: Natalie Nixon
Feb 20 • 54 min
Our spotlight on Philadelphia continues this week with design strategist and hybrid thinker Natalie Nixon. Natalie has an impressive body of work ranging from fashion to anthropology, and her consulting and research lies at the intersection of creativity…
178: Ron Tinsley
Feb 13 • 118 min
Philadelphia’s own Ron Tinsley is no stranger to the world of design. As the founder of Prophetik Soul Branding + Design, Ron uses his decades of consulting and design experience for “do-gooders, dreamers and optimists”. I think that’s something we could…
177: Jessica Bellamy
Feb 6 • 56 min
We’re starting off February this year by talking with entrepreneur and visual storyteller Jessica Bellamy. She specializes in creating eye-catching information graphics that are easy to understand and share, which is definitely needed in this current…
176: Djuvane Browne
Jan 30 • 51 min
We’re back in the Caribbean this week and talking with Djuvane Browne, UI designer and owner of One Great Studio in Kingston, Jamaica. If you’re a freelancer and looking to level up in 2017, then you will want to hear what Djuvane has to say! Djuvane…
175: Chad Brown
Jan 23 • 51 min
I’m so glad I had the opportunity to speak with Chad Brown. Aside from his own studio, Chado Creative, he also owns the nonprofit organization Soul River Inc. and has his own apparel line! On top of all of this, Chad’s an adventurer at heart. We start off…
174: Paul Anthony Webb
Jan 16 • 69 min
If you’ve hung out in our Slack community for any amount of time, chances are you’ve encountered Paul Anthony Webb. (You might have also seen him rocking some of our merch too!) Paul’s curiosity for tech and design, along with his extensive project work,…
173: Anne H. Berry
Jan 9 • 75 min
Get ready for a great conversation this week as I talk to Anne H. Berry, assistant professor of graphic design at Cleveland State University. I’ve been familiar with Anne’s work for years; her writing at Goshen Commons about diversity and design gave me a…
172: Aisha Densmore-Bey
Jan 2 • 65 min
Happy New Year! 2017 is here, and we’re back with a new roster of great interviews for January. First up: Boston-based architect and designer Aisha Densmore-Bey. Architecture is sometimes left out of conversations about design, so Aisha and I spend some…
171: Qa’id Jacobs (Part 2 of 2)
Dec 19, 2016 • 46 min
This week’s episode picks up a few weeks after Qa’id Jacobs and I first talked. (If you missed Part 1 of this interview, listen to it here.) The presidential election just ended here in the U.S., and I wanted to get Qa’id’s feedback on how he was feeling.…
170: Qa’id Jacobs (Part 1 of 2)
Dec 12, 2016 • 65 min
I don’t remember exactly how I first found out about Qa’id Jacobs, but based on our conversation, he’s someone that I will never forget. Our conversation was so deep, in fact, that I wanted to make this our first two-part episode! In part one of our talk,…
169: Tanya Marie
Dec 5, 2016 • 48 min
We’re headed back to the Caribbean this week and talking with designer and creative director Tanya Marie. Tanya is the creator of Designer Island, an online publication that curates the modern Caribbean aesthetic. We talked about why Tanya started…
168: Jacklyn Laryea
Nov 28, 2016 • 53 min
We’re closing out the month out with a conversation with Facebook product designer Jacklyn Laryea. Jacklyn’s relatively new at Facebook, but her background includes work at PBS, The Atlantic, and AOL. Although we started off talking about what Jacklyn…
167: John Angelo
Nov 21, 2016 • 47 min
John Angelo is a product design lead for Facebook News. He uses his specialty with emotive psychology and interaction design to make sure users are not just easily using the service, but that they’re happy while doing it. John started off telling me about…
Bonus: Maya Patterson
Nov 17, 2016 • 60 min
We’ve got a special bonus episode for you this week! I had the opportunity to talk with Maya Patterson, a product designer for Trunk Club in Chicago, Illinois. After a few chats in our Slack community about diversity and the state of design media, I…
166: Karla Cole
Nov 14, 2016 • 57 min
I first heard about Karla Cole through a past guest — Allan Cole (no relation). As one of Facebook’s newest product designers, Karla works on one the composer unit, one of Facebook’s most vital features that asks “what’s on your mind” when you want to…
165: Reggie Murphy
Nov 7, 2016 • 48 min
Last month, I had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity — visiting Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, CA! I recorded some interviews while I was there that will air this month, and I spoke as part of Facebook’s Design Lecture Series. First up, I’m talking…
164: Sela Lewis
Oct 31, 2016 • 66 min
You’re really in for a great conversation this week! Sela Lewis described herself to me as “a designer who writes”, but I think it’s better to describe her as a designer who thinks. Whether she’s expressing herself through her blog or taking on lofty…
163: Jonathan Key
Oct 24, 2016 • 63 min
If you’re not inspired after hearing Jonathan Key talk about design, you might need to check your pulse! Jonathan’s design work is all about representation, whether it’s through his creative collective Codify Art or by taking a stand against…
162: Larrie King
Oct 17, 2016 • 50 min
Larrie King has a really interesting vantage point in the design community. As an assistant professor of design at Kent State University, he teaches the next generation of designers to take on the challenges of our ever-changing world. And as creative…
161: Lyn Muldrow
Oct 10, 2016 • 50 min
Have I mentioned lately that I love our Slack community? There are so many talented and amazing people there, including this week’s guest — Lyn Muldrow! Lyn is a front-end developer, as well as the technical manager for Oakland-based nonprofit…
160: Paul Edoho-Eket
Oct 3, 2016 • 64 min
I first met Paul Edoho-Eket earlier this year at HOW Design Live here in Atlanta. Paul is a design educator that’s currently pulling double duty in Nashville, TN at Nossi College of Art and Fisk University. Talk about dedication! Since our interview was…
159: KeVon Ticer
Sep 26, 2016 • 60 min
We’re ending out HBCU Month on Revision Path by talking with KeVon Ticer, a UX designer for the University of California. KeVon’s journey has a designer has taken him from coast to coast! We spent a good bit of time talking about HBCUs — Howard University…
158: Tamala Huntley
Sep 19, 2016 • 57 min
Tamala Huntley has been requested by a lot of former guests of the show, and now I see why! Her unbridled enthusiasm for what she does and how she lives her life is a breath of fresh air. You’ve gotta hear her story! We began by looking at her current…
157: Nakita M. Pope
Sep 12, 2016 • 51 min
One thing I love about what Nakita M. Pope does is that she takes complex concepts and makes them simple and easy for anyone to understand. As a designer, brand strategist, and Chief Chick of her own studio Branding Chicks, Nakita has helped transform the…
156: Douglas Davis
Sep 5, 2016 • 65 min
I’ve known about Douglas Davis for years because of his work with HOW Design University. I finally met him in person this year at HOW Design Live, and was delighted to have him come on the show! Douglas stays busy — he’s a former professor at NYU and a…
155: Andrea Williams
Aug 29, 2016 • 41 min
We’re ending out our month of legacies by checking in with Andrea Williams, an art director and self-professed budding calligrapher in Detroit. Speaking of Motor City, that’s where our conversation began. We talked about what it’s like working for a…
154: Fredric Mitchell
Aug 22, 2016 • 46 min
Fredric Mitchell and I go way back in these Internet streets, so when I started Revision Path back in 2013, I was glad he was one of the first people to agree to an interview. Currently, Fredric is the VP of Engineering at Better Weekdays, a startup in…
153: Kronda Adair
Aug 15, 2016 • 66 min
I had the pleasure of first interviewing Kronda for the site back in 2013, and it has been amazing to see her progress over the years. As the founder of Karvel Digital, Kronda develops WordPress websites and gives business owners the training they need to…
152: Senongo Akpem
Aug 8, 2016 • 57 min
Senongo Akpem is a brilliant art director and illustrator currently in New York City. What I love about Senongo’s work is how he mixes futurism along with his Nigerian culture to create really fantastically creative projects. We started off by discussing…
151: Dewon Hall
Aug 1, 2016 • 64 min
After 150 episodes, I thought it would be a great idea to look back at some of the designers we’ve profiled from the early days of Revision Path. What are they up to now? What has changed since our first interview? I’m curious to know! Dewon Hall was…
150: Ashleigh Axios
Jul 25, 2016 • 69 min
July has been such an amazing month, and I’m so excited to celebrate our 150th episode with a conversation with the incomparable Ashleigh Axios. She’s an international speaker, a strategic creative, a member of the national board of directors for AIGA,…
149: De Nichols
Jul 18, 2016 • 52 min
When I first asked De Nichols what title she would give herself, she said “I’m a curator of creative connections. A civic matchmaker. A creator.” Pretty nice, right? De is more than just a title though — her work helps changemakers nationwide actualize…
148: Amélie Lamont
Jul 11, 2016 • 54 min
Our Slack community is filled with talented designers and technologists, and that’s where I first met Amélie Lamont. Amélie is a product designer in New York City who is one-third of the team behind Good for PoC, a directory of tech companies which are…
147: Jon Lewis
Jul 4, 2016 • 64 min
It’s Independence Day here in the U.S., and what better way to celebrate that than by talking with a self-made business owner? Meet Jon Lewis: designer, co-founder and chief product officer of Circa Victor, a political technology firm currently based in…
146: Andrea Pippins
Jun 27, 2016 • 60 min
Andrea Pippins claims many titles — educator, designer, author — but above all, she’s an artist first. Andrea just finished her latest book Becoming Me, so this interview came right on time! We began by talking about Andrea’s journey as an author from her…
145: Sanford Greene
Jun 20, 2016 • 69 min
Comic book fans, you’re in for a treat this week! I’m talking with Sanford Greene, illustrator for Marvel Comics and half of the team behind the new Power Man and Iron Fist. Sanford’s style is unmistakeable, and his work has also graced other Marvel…
144: Amy Lee Walton
Jun 13, 2016 • 43 min
It’s not often that you meet someone like Amy Lee Walton. As a cartographer, Amy Lee helps Mapbox create maps that combine technology and aesthetics. I started off by asking her what makes a good map, and from there we went more into how she got first…
143: Kingsley Harris
Jun 6, 2016 • 51 min
If you’ve been listening to the show for the past few months, you’ve heard me doing short interviews with designers at Facebook. This week, I’m really glad to have the chance to interview one at length — Kingsley Harris. Our conversation started off with…
142: Denise Jacobs
May 30, 2016 • 70 min
Denise Jacobs is a woman who needs no introduction. Her work as a speaker, author, and creativity evangelist has her spreading the gospel of creativity at conferences and tech companies around the world, and has definitely made her a household name in the…
141: Rich Hollant
May 23, 2016 • 56 min
Rich Hollant’s body of work is just…amazing. As the principal, strategist, and design director at CO:LAB (a firm he started in 1988), he has done work with everyone from Fortune 500 corporations to cities and municipalities with enriching social value…
140: Harrison Wheeler
May 16, 2016 • 49 min
“Regardless of your dreams, don’t let anyone stop you.” When Harrison Wheeler, told me this before our interview, I knew that we were going to have a good conversation on our hands. Harrison is the design manager at Base, a customer relationship…
139: Asia Hoe
May 9, 2016 • 46 min
When Asia and I spoke before recording, she told me that one thing she wanted people to take away from our talk was that it doesn’t matter what your path is, there’s a way into technology. I think that’s super important for people to hear, especially when…
138: Dr. Vukosi Marivate
May 2, 2016 • 59 min
It’s May, and we’re beginning the month by talking with Dr. Vukosi Marivate. Dr. Marivate is a data scientist at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) in South Africa. His work primarily deals with machine learning, so I had to ask one…
137: Earl Carlson
Apr 25, 2016 • 53 min
We’re back to New York City this week — Brooklyn, to be exact — and talking with Digital Ocean product designer Earl Carlson. Earl is proof that you can move around and try different things as long as you have the drive to succeed. We started off talking…
136: Eniola Odetunde
Apr 18, 2016 • 41 min
We have a lot of students that listen to Revision Path, but I haven’t actually had a student on as a guest in a long time! Enter Eniola Odetunde: a visual designer and current grad student at the Savannah College Art of Design. She shared some great…
135: Satchell Drakes
Apr 11, 2016 • 76 min
Designer and web video producer Satchell Drakes is someone I’ve wanted to have on the show for quite a while. Satchell is probably best known for his YouTube channel Satchbag’s Goods — a collection of gorgeously produced and insightful videos on gaming,…
134: Dr. James H. Hill
Apr 4, 2016 • 56 min
“If there’s one thing I want people to know, it’s that computer science is accessible by everyone.” When Dr. James H. Hill told me that, I had a feeling this was going to be a pretty interesting interview. Dr. Hill is currently an associate professor of…
133: Kat Vellos
Mar 28, 2016 • 56 min
March is ending with a great interview with product designer Kat Vellos. Kat’s unique approach to user experience design comes from her past work in visual design, education, and facilitation. Very cool! We talked about some of her current projects,…
132: Bemnet Yemesgen
Mar 21, 2016 • 79 min
Bemnet Yemesgen wears a lot of different hats — creative director, photographer, strategist — but if you’re looking for a title that describes his work, “creator” is the one. We talked about his early years growing up in Addis Ababa, moving to the U.S.…
131: Antoinette Smith
Mar 14, 2016 • 47 min
We’ve talked about coding bootcamps several times here on Revision Path, so I thought it would be a fantastic idea to talk with someone who teaches them! Meet Antoinette Smith, an instructor and software engineer with Prime Digital Academy. We started off…
130: Maurice Cherry
Mar 7, 2016 • 67 min
It’s Revision Path’s 3rd anniversary, and this week I’m the one in the hot seat! You’ve heard me interview dozens of Black designers and developers from around the world, and now you can learn more about me, how Revision Path got started, and how Revision…
129: Ben Lindo
Feb 29, 2016 • 67 min
When I first heard Ben’s amazing story of becoming an industrial designer, I knew that I had to have him on the show. Chairs, tables, utensils, plates…industrial design touches our world in even the smallest things. We started off with a dive into the…
128: Dian Holton
Feb 22, 2016 • 59 min
Dian Holton is a design superhero! By day, she’s an editorial art director at AARP. But by night, she’s installing window displays, dressing mannequins, and creating magic for the GAP through the nation’s capital. Did I mention that she’s also on the…
127: Vince Baskerville
Feb 15, 2016 • 46 min
Vince Baskerville is a real mover and shaker in the design and tech community here in Atlanta. Whether he’s teaching the next generation of UX designers at General Assembly or helping CallRail improve their call tracking software as their director of user…
126: Anna Wilder
Feb 8, 2016 • 38 min
This week, I’m talking with Anna Wilder, lead designer and brand manager for De Novo Nutrition. While she is based out of Tampa, Florida, she’s a Chicagoland native with education from Savannah College of Arts and Columbia College Chicago. We started off…
125: Kojo Boateng
Feb 1, 2016 • 51 min
It’s our 125th episode, and I’m delighted to bring you this conversation with Kojo Boateng. Kojo’s a multidisciplinary designer with a background in graphic design and motion graphics probably most well-known for his tenure as design director for the…
124: Ayana Baltrip-Balagás
Jan 28, 2016 • 44 min
We’re closing out January with a great interview with another multitalented creator — San Francisco’s own Ayana Baltrip-Balagás. She’s a designer, a photographer, a business owner, an educator, and so much more! Our conversation started off talking about…
123: Vaughn Dabney
Jan 25, 2016 • 46 min
“I am a firm believer in doing what you love no matter what it takes.” Vaughn Dabney’s philosophy of happiness has led him to personal and professional success, and I couldn’t think of a better person to have on the show during a time of the year when…
122: Napoleon Wright II
Jan 18, 2016 • 45 min
When I asked Napoleon Wright II to describe what he does, he gave me a list of titles — animator, videographer, filmmaker, musician, designer, etc. Needless to say, he’s brimming with creative ability, and that always makes for a great interview. We…
121: Mario Moorhead
Jan 4, 2016 • 52 min
Happy new year! We’re kicking off our 2016 interviews by chatting with Mario Moorhead. While Mario is a full-stack developer and architect, a lot of our conversation didn’t even focus on technology! We talked about how Mario got into programming, his life…
120: Oen Michael Hammonds
Dec 31, 2015 • 52 min
Oen Michael Hammonds, a designer, mentor and lead facilitator at IBM Design, has designed across the gamut — advertising, graphic, interactive and environmental. At IBM Design, Oen works with internal teams to develop design thinking among executives,…
119: Erica Joy
Dec 28, 2015 • 54 min
Erica Joy is a build and release engineer for Slack. When she’s not busy working on the latest features for the popular team collaboration tool, she’s speaking out on the problems in the tech community and how they can be solved. We spoke about a typical…
118: Mina Markham
Dec 24, 2015 • 41 min
If you’re involved in the Sass community, there’s a good chance you’ve heard of front-end architect Mina Markham. She’s definitely known in the Dallas area for her work with Girl Develop it, Black Girls Code, and other non-profit organizations, and she’s…
117: Rachel Harsley
Dec 21, 2015 • 48 min
We have a lot of students who listen to the show, so it was a nice bit of serendipity when Rachel Harsley reached out to me to tell me about her story! Rachel is a Ph.D. student at the University of Illinois at Chicago as well as the developer of a…
116: Marco Rogers
Dec 17, 2015 • 50 min
Marco Rogers is the engineering manager at Clover Health, a unique health insurance plan focused on driving down costs and producing improved health outcomes. Marco also writes small novels on Twitter (his words, not mine!) on everything from the current…
115: Diógenes Brito
Dec 14, 2015 • 65 min
You may have heard of Diógenes Brito from his blog post “Just A Brown Hand”. In it, he talks about his process behind a simple design change that has now made ripples throughout the tech community. Small changes definitely can have big consequences! In…
114: Darhil Crooks
Dec 10, 2015 • 56 min
Darhil Crooks is the creative director for The Atlantic. He oversees the art direction of the magazine across print, online, and on mobile and tablet devices. His work has literally graced the covers of some the world’s most popular magazines, including…
113: Justin Edmund
Dec 7, 2015 • 63 min
You may know about Justin Edmund from one of two places — his turn as a child actor in the 1996 holiday classic “The Preacher’s Wife” or as Pinterest’s first design hire (who USA Today profiled last year about being Black in Silicon Valley). What more is…
112: Ryan Williams
Dec 3, 2015 • 42 min
There’s so much conversation around diversity in tech these days, especially as it relates to hiring. I had a chance to interview Ryan Williams, one of the co-founders of Jopwell, a company that helps companies connect with and recruit minority candidates…
111: Gabrielle Smith
Nov 30, 2015 • 34 min
I’ve known about Gabrielle Smith’s work since 2010 through her popular, award-winning website The:nublk, a platform that showcases the work of contemporary creatives and content with a focus on Africa, the Caribbean, and the diaspora. (Sound familiar?) We…
110: Saron Yitbarek
Nov 26, 2015 • 46 min
Saron Yitbarek is the patron saint of beginning coders. Her platform CodeNewbie — which is also a Twitter chat, Slack community, and a popular podcast — serves as a helpful and supportive community for anyone looking to start their journey to becoming a…
109: Gus Granger
Nov 23, 2015 • 56 min
When it comes to design, Gus Granger is no stranger. As the principal of Dallas’ premiere brand communications agency 70kft, Gus works with clients and oversees a team focused on providing design, public relations, and digital marketing services to their…
108: Shannon Washington
Nov 19, 2015 • 52 min
Shannon Washington is a true creative force! Several people that have been on the show have recommended that I talk with her, and after seeing her in this year’s Women’s Freedom Conference, I knew I had to make it happen. Our conversation started with a…
107: Dori Tunstall
Nov 16, 2015 • 63 min
When Dori Tunstall told me that the reason why we design is to make thoughts tangible, I had an idea I would be in for a fantastic interview. Dori is the associate professor of design anthropology at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne,…
106: Craig Brimm
Nov 12, 2015 • 80 min
I’ve been a fan of Craig Brimm’s website Kiss My Black Ads for years, so I was really glad to have the chance to interview him for the show! Craig has been in the advertising and design business for nearly 20 years, so he has a great perspective on these…
105: Douglass Turner
Nov 9, 2015 • 95 min
When Douglass Turner contacted me via Twitter and said he had a story to tell, I was intrigued. But it wasn’t until we sat down and started recording that I really see what he meant. From growing up in NYC surrounded by poets and writers to working at…
104: Sheila Owens
Nov 5, 2015 • 39 min
I was introduced to Sheila Owens through a fellow Morehouse alum, and wow — what a discovery! Sheila has over 30 years of software development experience to her name, and she’s currently doing Android development using Java. We talked about how her entry…
103: Carissa Hempton
Nov 2, 2015 • 44 min
I’m kicking off November by talking with Carissa Hempton, art director, designer, and one-half of the design studio known as A Civil Fox. Their motto — Heartfelt Headstrong Design — informs their creative process from start to finish. Carissa talked to me…
102: Iheanyi Ekechukwu
Oct 26, 2015 • 63 min
We’re taking a trip back down to Austin this week to talk with full-stack software engineer Iheanyi Ekechukwu. Iheanyi works at the IBM Watson Innovation Labs doing next-level work on cognitive computing systems that use data to enhance, scale, and…
Bonus: Olivier Madiba
Oct 19, 2015 • 35 min
This special interview with game developer Olivier Madiba was a real treat. Olivier is the founder and CEO of Kiro’o Games, the first video game studio in central Africa (Cameroon, to be exact)! We recorded this interview during their Kickstarter campaign…
101: Jack Butler
Oct 19, 2015 • 45 min
This week’s episode is really special to me on a personal level. I talked with Jack Butler, an analytics associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Chicago — and one of my cousins! Jack is originally from Atlanta, and is a recent graduate from Carnegie Mellon…
100: Sarah Huny Young
Oct 12, 2015 • 124 min
For Revision Path’s 100th interview, I had the opportunity to talk with design powerhouse Sarah Huny Young. Huny’s portfolio speaks for itself, and she’s done next-level design work for big entertainment brands like VIBE Magazine and BET. Currently, she’s…
099: Marsha Mothersill
Oct 5, 2015 • 48 min
Marsha Mothersill wears a lot of hats — web developer, business owner, project manager — and she loves it! Marsha comes from a family of entrepreneurs, and she has a real knack for web development and solving big problems. We talked about the design work…
098: Vanessa French-Harris
Sep 28, 2015 • 48 min
I met Vanessa French-Harris when I spoke in Raleigh this month for the Hopscotch Design Festival. We spoke a bit before and after my talk, and I knew she would be fantastic to have on the show. Currently, she’s the graphic design manager at Meredith…
097: Jeunanne Alkins
Sep 21, 2015 • 47 min
This week, we’re heading down to Trinidad and talking with Jeunanne Alkins, the creative powerhouse behind Everything Slight Pepper and ESPjr, a design studio specializing in Caribbean-themed content for children. From apparel to graphic design to…
096: Temi Adeniyi
Sep 14, 2015 • 44 min
I’m so glad I had the chance to talk with Temi Adeniyi, a London-born product designer currently in Berlin. (It’s my first German interview!) Temi is the lead designer at Blinkist, a service that distills over 1000+ non-fiction books down to easily…
095: Alicia Carr
Sep 7, 2015 • 43 min
I’m starting September off with the inspiring Alicia Carr. Alicia is an iOS mobile engineer and the founder and CEO of The Purple Pocketbook, the first domestic violence mobile app in the state of Georgia. Alicia began coding at 51, and her work was even…
094: Denise Nicole Francis
Aug 31, 2015 • 40 min
To cap off the month, I’m talking with full-stack designer Denise Nicole Francis. Her journey into the world of the Web by way of architecture and fashion design might sound a little odd, but she’s picked up some serious skills along the way, including…
093: Pamela Assogba
Aug 24, 2015 • 41 min
If there’s one word that I would use to describe Pamela Assogba, it would be ambitious. Originally from Dakar, Senegal, Pamela’s love for knowledge brought her here to Washington, DC, and she studied architecture and fashion design before settling into…
092: Tiffany Middleton
Aug 17, 2015 • 43 min
This interview with designer/photographer Tiffany Middleton was really fun. Tiffany is a pro when it comes to sports design, having done design work for the Auburn University Tigers as well as the Green Bay Packers. Currently, she’s a designer for Panini…
091: Ire Aderinokun
Aug 10, 2015 • 49 min
I had a blast chatting with Ire Aderinokun, a UI designer and front-end developer in Lagos, Nigeria. You may have seen Ire mentioned on CSS-Tricks for her writings over at Bits of Code, a blog she created for self-taught web developers. We talked about…
090: Tiffany Mikell
Aug 3, 2015 • 58 min
“You can create your own path. Trust yourself.” When Tiffany Mikell told me this before we recorded, I knew we would be in for a great conversation. Tiffany is doing a ton of work these days as CEO of Black Star Media and technology director of…
089: Theresa Stewart
Jul 27, 2015 • 46 min
Theresa Stewart is an interaction designer for gravitytank, an innovation consultancy in Chicago, Illinois. Her enthusiasm for interaction design is deeply rooted in her love of problem solving and she has helped companies craft meaningful solutions in a…
088: Kaya Thomas
Jul 20, 2015 • 38 min
Kaya Thomas’ star is on the rise! Maybe you’ve heard of her because of her popular iPhone app We Read Too. Or maybe you know her as one The Root’s 2015 Young Futurists. Or maybe you’ve seen her on stage at Black Girls Rock being honored by First Lady of…
087: Harlo Holmes
Jul 13, 2015 • 46 min
Harlo Holmes is someone I’ve wanted to have on the show for a long time. I first heard about her work when she was a research fellow with The Guardian Project, and now she’s a digital security trainer with the Freedom of the Press Foundation. Throughout…
086: Tamika D. Williams
Jul 6, 2015 • 86 min
School might be out for the summer, but learning never stops when Tamika D. Williams is around. She’s a photographer and a working designer, and is an associate design professor at Alabama A&M University who is responsible for coordinating the graphic…
085: Silas Munro
Jun 29, 2015 • 61 min
I’m ending off June with an absolutely amazing interview with design educator Silas Munro. Over the years, Silas has collaborated with some huge names in the art world, such as MoMA, the Walker art Center, and GOOD. (He even taught one of our previous…
084: Seun Erinle
Jun 22, 2015 • 41 min
Seun Erinle definitely has her hands full. She’s 1/2 of the Chattanooga-based design company Grid Principles, she teaches students ages 12-18 about website development through her program A.I.R. Labs, and she’s the creator of BlerdNation, a growing social…
083: Alpha Bah
Jun 15, 2015 • 42 min
I first heard about Alpha Bah from an introduction by Michael Rain. Alpha is the creator of ZNews Africa, an Android app that provides the latest news content from across Africa. We spoke about how he got the inspiration to create ZNews Africa, what he’s…
082: Tracey Coleman
Jun 8, 2015 • 49 min
“Anything is possible. It’s never too late to change your story because my story keeps changing.” When Tracey Coleman told me that before we started recording, I had an idea this would be an amazing conversation. We talked about her unconventional path…
081: Damian Madray
Jun 1, 2015 • 45 min
June kicks off with a great interview with Damian Madray. Damian Madray is senior product designer at Neo Interactive, and the founder of Hunie — a community for designers, founders, and developers for design feedback — and TheGlint, a series of salons…
080: Frederick Townes
May 25, 2015 • 40 min
Even if you haven’t heard of Frederick Townes, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve seen his work. Frederick is the founder of W3 Markup, W3 EDGE, the popular WordPress plugin W3 Total Cache, and was the founding CTO for Mashable. Now he’s taking the real…
079: Roy Milton 2
May 18, 2015 • 58 min
While I was in Austin a few months ago, I had the opportunity to visit Sanders\Wingo and give my presentation “Where Are The Black Designers?”. And that’s where I met Roy Milton 2! Roy’s an art director for the Austin-based firm and has helped shape the…
078: Dave McClinton
May 11, 2015 • 44 min
Dave McClinton is a graphic designer and artist who has been in this industry for well over 20 years. Dave is based out of Austin, Texas, and his experience includes brand development, logo design, web design, and print collateral. We spoke on the…
077: Sterling Smith
May 4, 2015 • 50 min
I first met Sterling Smith at a Facebook party at SXSW this year. Sterling is the CEO of Keystoke, a platform that allows for the development and deployment of mobile apps to multiple app stores at once. We talked a lot about Keystoke: team building,…
076: Marshall Shorts
Apr 27, 2015 • 52 min
When you think about design in Columbus, OH, you think of Marshall Shorts. Aside from being an award-winning entrepreneur, artist, teacher, author, and designer, he is also the co-founder of Creative Control Fest, a conference that brings people of color…
075: Octavia Gilmore
Apr 20, 2015 • 37 min
Seventy-five episodes! I’m so glad to celebrate this milestone occasion with this conversation I had with Octavia Gilmore. Octavia is founder and creative director of Creative Juice, a boutique design agency here in Atlanta, GA. Octavia and I talked about…
074: Gabriel Mays
Apr 13, 2015 • 52 min
I’m so glad to share this conversation with Gabriel Mays, founder and CEO of Just Add Content. Gabe previously served as a Captain in the Marine Corps for 8 years before leaving the Corps and becoming an entrepreneur. Quite the feat! We talked about his…
073: Rafe Chisolm
Apr 6, 2015 • 41 min
It’s amazing how many times I’ve crossed paths with Rafe Chisolm! We went to the same college, worked at the same place…we even live in the same part of town! And of all places, we first met in Austin, Texas at SXSW Interactive. Rafe calls himself a…
072: Monet Spells
Mar 30, 2015 • 49 min
“One thing I want people to know is that there’s a space for you in tech.” That’s just one of many bon mots from my talk with UX designer Monet Spells. I talked with her fresh off her first speaking gig at the Pro/Design Conference in New York City. We…
071: Anselmo Pelembe
Mar 23, 2015 • 47 min
Anselmo Pelembe’s design style is from a myriad of influences — his colorful seaside hometown of Maputo in Mozambique, the tropical isle of Saint Helena, and a dash of jolly old England in Stamford. We talked about his creative journey, the challenges of…
070: Kristy Tillman
Mar 16, 2015 • 58 min
I really had a blast talking with Kristy Tillman, the design director for the Society of Grownups. While she’s probably most well-known for The Detroit Water Project, Kristy has also been a designer at big agencies and companies like IDEO, Reebok, and…
069: Ebun Olaloye
Mar 9, 2015 • 41 min
“Live breathe futbol” might sounds like a simple soccer fan’s phrase, but graphic designer and creative director Ebun Olaloye has managed to turn this into a lucrative brand. We talked about how he created the popular apparel brand, what his plans for the…
068: Two Years!
Mar 2, 2015 • 75 min
It’s Revision Path’s second anniversary! Thanks to your support, I’ve been able to interview over 100 Black designers and developers from all around the world over these past two years. This week’s episode is just me talking to you. I answer a few…
067: Ashley Nelson-Hornstein
Feb 23, 2015 • 43 min
I had the great pleasure to talk with Ashley Nelson-Hornstein, a Syracuse University graduate and an iOS developer for Dropbox. She may be fairly new to the company, but she has cut her teeth as an iOS dev at probably the best place anyone can learn it —…
066: Xavier Ruffin
Feb 16, 2015 • 46 min
I first heard about Xavier Ruffin back in late 2013 during his fundraising campaign for Mad Black Men, a satirical web series inspired by Mad Men about the 1960’s ad industry from the eyes of three Black ad workers. We also featured Xavier on our “12…
065: Joe Blau
Feb 9, 2015 • 60 min
Joe Blau and his dedication to learning and staying at the top of his game is both inspiring and infectious. His work ranges from mobile apps to front end development to backend systems and security work. Oh, and there’s more! We talked about the hot…
064: Gitamba Saila-Ngita
Feb 2, 2015 • 65 min
I’m starting Black History Month with a really great conversation with Gitamba Saila-Ngita. Gitamba is a multidisciplinary designer and strategist living in New York, and he has collaborated and produced work for brands and agencies such as Carrot, Apple,…
063: Arielle Wilkins
Jan 26, 2015 • 36 min
I had such a delightful conversation with this week’s guest — Brooklyn-based graphic designer and artist Arielle Wilkins. We spoke about growing up in a creative family, her time at SVA, and the difference in working with a big agency versus a smaller…
062: Brittany Holloway-Brown
Jan 19, 2015 • 27 min
January continues with an interview with Brooklyn-based graphic designer and illustrator Brittany Holloway-Brown. Brittany’s vibrant watercolor works have been seen across the web on sites like StyleBlazer, BuzzFeed, and many more. We talked about how the…
061: Kishau Rogers
Jan 12, 2015 • 42 min
I was really excited to talk with Kishau Rogers, founder and CEO of Websmith Group. She has nearly twenty years of experience in the computer science and IT industry, specializing in web and enterprise data system development. Her company just turned 10…
060: Marcus Williamson
Jan 5, 2015 • 40 min
Happy new year! Start off 2015 on a positive note by listening to this conversation with graphic designer and letterist Marcus Williamson. Marcus is creating some really amazing work as a freelance designer, as well as through his role as graphic designer…
059: Ariana Farquharson
Dec 29, 2014 • 34 min
Can you believe we’re at the last interview of the year? I’m ending 2014 with a conversation with Ariana Farquharson. Ariana splits her time between freelance design and her new company curativ, a digital media startup that feeds news stories regarding…
058: Leon Lawrence III
Dec 22, 2014 • 85 min
If you’ve read USA Weekend magazine in your Sunday paper, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve seen Leon Lawrence III’s amazing work. As USA Weekend’s design director, he’s worked with photographers, copywriters, and other fellow creatives to design the…
057: James T. Green
Dec 15, 2014 • 50 min
James and I first crossed paths back in August at Weapons of Mass Creation Fest, and I was so glad to talk at length with him! A self-proclaimed “designer by trade and artist by practice”, James has managed to skillfully balance his digital design work…
056: Britt Davis
Dec 8, 2014 • 40 min
If there’s a phrase that I would use to describe graphic designer Britt Davis, it would be “hometown hero”. You can tell that Britt is all about giving back to the community that helped push her to success. On top of her work at UNC Charlotte, Britt also…
055: Allan Cole
Dec 1, 2014 • 42 min
Allan Cole is a true polymath. Whether it’s graphic design, web development, or music, he brings a wealth of knowledge to the table and produces mind-blowing results. You may know him as one of the co-authors of Build Your Own Wicked WordPress Themes, but…
054: De Angela Duff
Nov 24, 2014 • 62 min
What a great month of interviews! I’m ending November with the amazing De Angela Duff. I heard about De Angela through Rashida White, and her bio truly speaks for itself. She’s designed websites for some of the biggest music artists in the 90s, like…
053: Ron Bronson
Nov 17, 2014 • 64 min
I’m so excited to bring you this conversation with web strategist Ron Bronson! Ron oversees web strategy for the largest postsecondary institution in Kentucky serving over 90,000 students at sixteen colleges statewide. Ron’s also a prolific public…
052: D’Artagnan Winford
Nov 10, 2014 • 52 min
What comes to mind when you think about HBCUs? Chances are, design isn’t at the top of the list. D’Artagnan Winford is out to change that. As the current art director at Jackson State University, he brings over a decade of experience to the table…
051: Rashida White
Nov 3, 2014 • 37 min
“Despite your background, if you are a solution-oriented type of person, you will succeed.” When Rashida White shared that with me before we started recording, I knew it was going to be a great interview. Rashida talked about her residency at General…
050: Angelica Ross
Oct 27, 2014 • 54 min
This is our 50th podcast interview! And I couldn’t be more excited to share with you this conversation with Angelica Ross. Angelica is the CEO and executive director of TransTech Social Enterprises, a training academy and apprenticeship program that aims…
049: Rokashi
Oct 20, 2014 • 47 min
This week, my conversation is with indie game maker Rokashi from Toronto. We talked about the current game industry and the need for diversity throughout (journalists, makers, characters, etc.) as well as the process behind his own game titled “I’m Fine”.…
048: Courtney Eimerman-Wallace
Oct 13, 2014 • 37 min
LGBT History Month continues with Courtney Eimerman-Wallace, a UI/UX engineer in Washington, D.C. What’s most interesting about Courtney is her non-traditional path into technology. But it’s clearly worked to her advantage! Aside from her work with…
047: David Dennis
Oct 6, 2014 • 52 min
October kicks off with David Dennis — a software engineer in New York City. David has worked for Goldman Sachs, Microsoft, and even in the startup field with AppNexus and Happify. We spoke about his path to success, as well as what companies can do to…
046: Martin McNeese
Sep 29, 2014 • 45 min
We’re ending September with a great conversation with Martin McNeese. With over 15 years experience as a design and technology professional, Martin has in depth working knowledge of corporate branding, graphic design, integrated promotions, website and…
045: Ced Funches
Sep 22, 2014 • 74 min
This has been a really great month for interviews, and we’ve got another killer one for you this week with creative director, global designer, and digital strategist Ced Funches. Ced’s resume reads like a designer’s wishlist. He’s worked in the NBA, the…
044: Antionette Carroll
Sep 15, 2014 • 55 min
Antionette Carroll is one of the leading people championing for diversity in the design community. As the chair of AIGA’s Diversity and Inclusion Task Force, she’s spearheading initiatives with the organization to increase the numbers of women and…
043: Kimberly Bryant
Sep 8, 2014 • 45 min
Kimberly Bryant is a force of nature. As the founder and executive director of Black Girls Code, she has been a tireless advocate for increasing the number of women in STEM fields through mentorship, workshops, and networking opportunities for young and…
042: Dr. Christopher Charles Stewart
Sep 1, 2014 • 40 min
This week’s conversation is with one of my closest and dearest friends, Dr. Christopher Charles Stewart. Christopher is an assistant professor of computer science at The Ohio State University. He also leads the ReRout Lab, a program that uses computer…
041: Kevin Johnson
Aug 25, 2014 • 47 min
Serial entrepreneur Kevin Johnson has several years of experience leading his multimillion-dollar marketing and communications company Johnson Media Inc., and has appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America, CBS, CNN, Oprah Radio, and in Forbes, The New York…
040: Husani Oakley
Aug 18, 2014 • 65 min
You’re in for a really great conversation this week. I talked with the venerable Husani Oakley — creative technologist, technical director…the titles go on and on. He’s worked with some of the biggest agencies in the world like Wieden + Kennedy, Euro…
039: Jacinda Walker
Aug 11, 2014 • 90 min
I’m extremely excited to share this week’s interview with you! I had the chance to talk with Jacinda Walker, a design strategist in Columbus, OH. Jacinda is a tireless champion for diversity in all fields of the arts, especially design. We spoke about her…
038: Reggie Weaver
Aug 4, 2014 • 43 min
We’re kicking off this month with an interview with Reggie Weaver, a young Ohio-based graphic designer and illustrator. Reggie and I talked about how he got his spark for design and illustration, not to mention what he learned from his first design gig.…
037: Jon Daniel
Jul 28, 2014 • 65 min
I’m ending out July with a truly great interview with Jon Daniel, an independent creative director in London. Jon is a classically trained designer who has over 25 years of design experience with big brands like IBM, NHS Careers, Philips, and Virgin…
036: Albert Whitley
Jul 21, 2014 • 41 min
Albert Whitley is a senior art director at SapientNitro and the current vice-president of AIGA Atlanta. During our conversation, Albert dropped a lot of pearls of wisdom about the design industry. No doubt that comes from his many years of work under some…
035: Jeffrey Manu
Jul 14, 2014 • 37 min
This week I talked with Jeffrey Manu, a tech entrepreneur in Accra, Ghana. Jeffrey created one of Africa’s first iPhone apps, and is dean of the Goshen Institute and founder of the design firm Lightcreative. Whoa! On top of that, he also taught me how to…
034: Abou Kone
Jul 7, 2014 • 31 min
Abou Kone hails from Côte d’Ivoire, and is a self-described “mercenary-in-chief”. (No, not the real kind!) Abou is a beast when it comes to coding. Front-end development with JS/jQuery is his specialty, and he’s recently gotten into developing mobile…
033: Glennette Clark
Jun 30, 2014 • 48 min
We’re finishing up HBCU Month by talking with the inspiring and unstoppable Glennette Clark. She’s an experienced UX designer, and has founded two events: UXCamp DC and Mobile UXCamp DC. The Grio named her one of the top 10 Blacks in technology to look…
032: Eric Johnson
Jun 23, 2014 • 58 min
HBCU Month continues with an interview with senior UX designer Eric Johnson, who I first heard about from Jole Simmons. Eric’s worked for some big companies like Walmart, AOL, and Adobe, and he shared how his passion for design started at an early age. He…
031: Nicole Norwood
Jun 16, 2014 • 28 min
I’ve known Nicole Norwood online for a while now, so when I had the idea to do an HBCU month, she was first on my list. Nicole is one half of the brother/sister duo known as Infinite Ink, a design and print shop in Jackson, MS, and she’s also a popular…
030: Jole Simmons
Jun 9, 2014 • 44 min
I had such a great time talking with Jole Simmons, a killer presentation designer who has done work for Facebook, Duarte Designs, The Creative Group, the National Association of Black Journalists, and Microsoft. And wouldn’t you know it — Jole and I had…
029: Tory Hargro
Jun 2, 2014 • 46 min
It’s HBCU Month, and we’re kicking things off with a great interview with USA Today’s visual design manager Tory Hargro. Tory and I talked about user experience and the importance of design in modern news and storytelling. According to Tory, “it’s easier…
028: Akilah Thompkins-Robinson
May 26, 2014 • 33 min
Akilah Thompkins-Robinson is a web designer and e-commerce coach, and is the owner of AKZMe Designs and Online Boutique Source. Akilah shared why she loves working on e-commerce websites, how Pat Flynn helped her think about niche marketing, which…
027: Siedah Mitchum
May 19, 2014 • 44 min
This week, I had the pleasure of interviewing Siedah Mitchum, a WordPress web designer, entrepreneur, and the creator of Inspiring Black Designers. We chatted about some of her mentors, talked about what inspires her work, how Marie Forleo’s B-School…
026: Lebogang Ditshwene
May 12, 2014 • 40 min
Lebogang Ditshwene is the owner of Lephutshe Designs, a graphic design studio in Johannesburg, South Africa. We talked about the realities of running a design studio in South Africa, her work with the Young Entrepreneurs Programme, and what she’s learned…
025: David Yarde
May 5, 2014 • 36 min
This week’s interview is with David Yarde, a web designer and developer, and co-founder of the creative strategy and branding firm Sevenality. We talked a little bit about branding, discussed which brands are getting it right (and which aren’t!) and…
024: Kevin Karanja
Apr 28, 2014 • 50 min
Kevin Karanja has an unbridled passion and enthusiasm for design that is infectious! We first heard about Kevin last year on eNCA when they did a profile about his font Charvet. Since then Kevin, hasn’t rested on his laurels. The young self-taught motion…
023: Chris Barker
Apr 21, 2014 • 47 min
You may remember Chris Barker from last week’s interview with Brandy Spain. Chris’ design work has graced the cover of magazines — literally! We talked about how he came into design through print work, his plans for creating a platform for Black gay men…
022: Brandy Spain
Apr 14, 2014 • 20 min
Creative professional Brandy Spain came to us at the referral of next week’s interview subject, Chris Barker. Brandy’s crisp and clean design style, along with her strong work ethic, even helped pave the way for a new entrepreneurial venture —…
021: Adekunle Oduye
Apr 7, 2014 • 28 min
Adekunle Oduye is a young designer in New York City. As the youngest of seven kids, Adekunle wanted to become a painter, and he talks about how he came into design and development, his time studying in Rome, and projects he’s created though hackathons. He…
020: Jacques Dupoux
Mar 31, 2014 • 40 min
When it comes to design, Jacques Dupoux is big on communicating without pretense. It was really great to talk with him and get his honest, unvarnished take on how he got started in this industry and where he plans to go. We also talked about diversity in…
019: Michele Washington
Mar 24, 2014 • 52 min
This week’s interview is with Michele Washington, a creative director, brand strategist, educator, connector…the adjectives go on and on. Three of the people we’ve interviewed before (Andrew Bass, Maurice Woods, Steve Jones) have mentioned her and I was…
018: Catt Small
Mar 17, 2014 • 49 min
Catt Small is her name and there’s no shame in her game. I talked with the Bronx-born UX designer/developer about how she got started, the need for greater representation in the tech field, her work with Brooklyn Gamery and The Code Liberation Foundation,…
017: Alaxic Smith
Mar 10, 2014 • 38 min
Who wants to be the next Mark Zuckerberg when you could be the next Alaxic Smith? This 18-year-old wunderkind started coding at the age of 12 and has already founded two social networks and is busy building his third — Communly — where he’s working with…
016: Alesha Randolph
Mar 3, 2014 • 33 min
Alesha Randolph kicks off this month’s interviews! This creative professional calls Washington DC home, and we talked about her path to becoming a designer, representation, and giving back to the design community. Alesha has well over a decade of…
015: Emory Douglas
Jan 20, 2014 • 48 min
For the month of January, we have a 3-part “Design Journeys” series — podcast interviews with designers that have been featured on AIGA.org. Rounding out our series here on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is an interview with Emory Douglas, the former…
014: Maurice Woods
Jan 13, 2014 • 45 min
For the month of January, we have a 3-part “Design Journeys” series — podcast interviews with designers that have been featured on AIGA.org. This week, we talked with Maurice Woods, former professional basketball player, graphic designer, and executive…
013: Steve Jones
Jan 6, 2014 • 41 min
This month kicks off our 3-part “Design Journeys” series — podcast interviews with designers that have been featured on AIGA.org. First up is Steve Jones, graphic designer and design professor at San Francisco State University. We touched on diversity in…
012: Michael Roach
Dec 16, 2013 • 36 min
Michael Roach is very future-forward when it comes to his work. As we talked, I kept thinking “hey, so-and-so is doing that now…except Michael was doing it years ago”! Aside from being a graphic designer and web designer, Michael is also a jazz pianist,…
011: Stephen Topsy
Nov 2, 2013 • 21 min
I first ran across Stephen Topsy online years ago when he was doing iOS design work. Now he’s a programmer, but still dabbles in design as well. We spoke about how Aaliyah helped him get his spark for design, how motivation came from one of his high…
010: Khalil Bey
Oct 28, 2013 • 57 min
Khalil Bey and I met almost ten years ago, and I’ve followed him from his early days at Stanford up to his current post at Google. We talked about his work with the big G, how he first got involved in programming, how his father was a big influence on his…
009: Buck!
Oct 21, 2013 • 34 min
When I interview someone, I usually ask them if there’s anyone else they know who we should reach out to and feature. Buck! came highly referred by Leon Scott, so I knew I had to contact him. If there’s one thing I can say about Buck!, it’s that the main…
008: Crystal Flemister
Oct 14, 2013 • 24 min
I first met Crystal Flemister years ago when we were both designers at AT&T. Since then, she’s moved on to CNN and has been making a name for herself in the local fashion scene with her company Pistol Whipped Cream. We talk about her time at the Art…
007: Brandon Butler
Oct 7, 2013 • 50 min
Brandon Butler was one of the first people to reach out to me about Revision Path through Facebook. We set up the interview and I have to tell you — it was one of the best interviews I’ve had to date. We talked about his current work with Edelman, and he…
006: Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Sep 23, 2013 • 27 min
I came across Mokokoma Mokhonoana on Behance while looking up African graphic designers. I really liked his logos — simple, yet bold and uncompromising. But when I visited his website and saw his aphorisms, writings, and cartoons? I knew I had to talk to…
005: Daphne Larose
Sep 9, 2013 • 35 min
I love Daphne Larose’s intro for her website, Black Female Coders. “We’re out there. We may not see each other in our computer science courses or in our offices at work or while roaming around technology conferences — but we know we’re out there. Here is…
004: Maurice Wingfield
Aug 26, 2013 • 55 min
Aside from being a graphic and web designer, Maurice Wingfield is also a talented illustrator! He contacted me through Facebook and we had a really great conversation on design, diversity in the tech and design fields and conferences, technology in…
003: Irv Briscoe
Jul 29, 2013 • 48 min
Irv Briscoe is a fresh young developer out of Minneapolis. I would say he’s a fresh “up and coming” developer, but Irv has already done big work for brands like Target, Subaru, and kidrobot! Through his development studio von91, Irv works with other…
002: Nathaniel Deal
Jul 15, 2013 • 45 min
This week, I talked with Atlanta front-end engineer Nathaniel Deal! Nathaniel creates responsive experiences for kick-ass clients. We talk about a little bit of everything: design conferences, web education, mobile development, and more.
001: Raquel Rodriguez
Jun 3, 2013 • 38 min
Revision Path’s first podcast interview is with Pittsburgh letterer and designer Raquel Rodriguez. We had a great dialogue about typography, how her design influences her work as a librarian, freelancing, and a lot more.