Best Typedesign podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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Typography Dojo
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Typography Dojo is the space where we explore the traditions and techniques in the practice of type and typography with lessons and insights from visual design masters.
 
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Between | Screens Podcast
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Code | Design | Micro podcast. Expect to find content about the following topics: Ruby, Rails, Sinatra, Sass, Javascript, Design Patterns, Jekyll, Client-Side Web Apps, Rust, Typography, Git, Responsive Design, Prototyping, Web Design, Type Design and more …The elevator pitch for this micro-podcast is to conduct extensive interviews with professional designers & developers and distill multiple small digestible knowledge bombs out of these conversations. The podcast is free of charge, leaves ...
 
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DesignLota Podcast
 
Type Designer and Diver Vaishnavi Murthy talks about how to keep ancient scripts alive and relevant.Transcript and references are available at: https://designlota.wordpress.com/2017/10/11/episode-7-type-and-history/Music Credit - 'Try Anything Once' by Lee Rosevere
 
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Typeradio Podcast
 
Alexandra Korolkova is the principal type designer at Paratype and a teachter of type design and typography in Moscow. In 2013 she was awarded with the prestgious Prix Charles Peignot, so we ask her about how the award influenced her career, and her statements on the design of Cyrillic in her acceptance speech at Atypi 2013 in Amsterdam. Does d ...…
 
Angela Southern is a bespoke lettering artist and illustrator who learned her craft on the job as a sign artist at Trader Joe’s from other professional lettering artists at the company. She became good at cranking out lots of artwork under deadline and is now doing work for Time Out, Cooking Light Magazine, Chicago Magazine, Hudson Valley Magaz ...…
 
On a whim I reached to James after I spotted his Hobeaux type design. It struck me as bold that he’d attempt to brush up a typeface that had been relegated to The Land of Misfit Fonts. Then I read his journey leading up to and through the redesign and fell in love with the […] The post Podcast Ep 39: James Edmondson of OhNo Type appeared first ...…
 
On a whim I reached to James after I spotted his Hobeaux type design. It struck me as bold that he’d attempt to brush up a typeface that had been relegated to The Land of Misfit Fonts. Then I read his journey leading up to and through the redesign and fell in love with the […] The post Podcast Ep 39: James Edmondson of OhNo Type appeared first ...…
 
In this episode, Terrance reveals how he came to specialize in type, and show some development milestones along the way. Besides type design, he touches on calligraphy, lettering, and real-world applications like food packaging. He talks about some of his greatest hits like the custom font family for Domino’s, Joanna Sans Nova, and Kairos. I me ...…
 
Ken Barber is a letterer, type designer and type director at design studio and type foundry House Industries. Ken’s work is in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institution’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum and has been honored by the New York Type Directors Club. In this episode, we speak with Ken about “The Process Is The Insp ...…
 
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Scratching the Surface
 
Peter Bil'ak is a designer, writer, type designer, and publisher based in the Netherlands. My introduction to Peter's work was through Dot Dot Dot, the magazine he co-founded and published with Stuart Bailey in the early 2000s and in this episode, we talk about the origins of that magazine as well as his new publication, Works That Work. We als ...…
 
In this session we get a rare peek at some of the type projects and mindset Rod and his team work on in their San Francisco design office, PSY/OPS. Rod also serves as Adjunct Professor of Type Design at California College of the Arts; and Instructional Lead at (The) Alphabetic Order. His passion for type and teaching are boundless, and he can u ...…
 
Barry is one of the people that has helped open my eyes to the joy, wonder, and possibility of following my curiosity and being open to whatever the outcomes may be.His practice of this is through experimentation with the letter forms of the Latin alphabet, something he started doing 10 years ago and has now developed over 100 alphabets.…
 
In the dojo, we'll talk about aspects of visual design influenced by type and typography with a designer or two in every episode. In the first episode of Typography Dojo, Rachel Elnar gives you a sneak peek of what you can expect in our upcoming sessions. Previews of discussions are revealed with Australian mural lettering artist Gemma O'Brien, ...…
 
Jonathan Key is an art director, designer and writer. He currently freelances serving as a contributing art director to The Tenth Magazine a Black, queer arts and culture magazine; while focusing on branding and design projects for arts and cultural institutions. He is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design where he received a Bachelor ...…
 
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Whad'ya Know Podcast
 
All the news that isn't. “Fonts are a big deal” with type designer Tom Rickner. John & Jeff are all Blue and Green. Michael wanders the saloon. And another round of the WYK Quiz. Season 2, Episode 8
 
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Colorado Springs Real Estate Podcast with Jeff Ryder
 
Selling your Colorado Springs home? Get a home value report Buying a Colorado Springs Home? Click here for full MLS access You’ve heard me say many times that now is a great time to be in the real estate market. When most people want to maximize the money they get out of their home sale, they start renovating their property. However, there are ...…
 
​In this episode we hear from two stars of the design world working at two global design firms: Marina Willer, partner at Pentagram and Nadine Chahine, a type designer and legibility researcher at Monotype. Pentagram is behind some of the most pervasive logos in the world: the Serpentine, Hillary Clinton and Windows. Monotype is a type design f ...…
 
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Drunk on Lettering
 
Winston Scully, aka our new bestie, was so much fun to talk to for this episode. Winny gets a few PBR's in his system and goes a little cray cray. He's a southern bell turned Cali boy with a passion for lettering and type design, and let us tell you people, he is super talented! We asked him a few new hard hitting questions and he rolled with a ...…
 
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Nautical Lore – Modern | Oral narratives of modern seafaring watercraft with multihull pioneer Jim Brown
 
SEASTEADING 1O1 Here begins what we hope will be an occasional, continuing series on how the ordinary mortal can go cruising on a budget in today's world. ​This edition considers the mindset, initial planning and suggests a boat type, designed expressly for owner-building. Listeners with opinions on this subject are invited to participate by se ...…
 
Aired February 18, 2017. Episode 203.This week on Design Recharge I am excited to interview type designer and community builder, Thomas Jockin. Thomas began designing type and now has brought together type enthusiasts from coast to coast, he calls these get-togethers, Type Thursday. It is a place where honest, critiques happen, learning, and a ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Maggie Hinders in her studio, Summer 2016 In 1980 Maggie Hinders filled a U-Haul, drove east from the Midwest, and landed in New York City. She studied art and design at SVA, Parsons, and The Art Student’s League. After many twists and turns she found her place as a book designer at Alfred A. Knopf Publishers. Among the many books whose interio ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Maggie Hinders in her studio, Summer 2016 In 1980 Maggie Hinders filled a U-Haul, drove east from the Midwest, and landed in New York City. She studied art and design at SVA, Parsons, and The Art Student’s League. After many twists and turns she found her place as a book designer at Alfred A. Knopf Publishers. Among the many books whose interio ...…
 
Welcome to the Creative South Podcast! I’m your host, Jason Frostholm. Today, I talk with designer and hand lettering artist, Scott Biersack. We talk about being nearly homeless when he was younger, his time studying type designs at the Cooper Union, dealing with depression and anxiety, the pressure he puts on himself, and more, all right after ...…
 
Welcome to the Creative South Podcast! I’m your host, Jason Frostholm. Today, I talk with designer and hand lettering artist, Scott Biersack. We talk about being nearly homeless when he was younger, his time studying type designs at the Cooper Union, dealing with depression and anxiety, the pressure he puts on himself, and more, all right after ...…
 
On this week s episode, we re joined by Bill Kenney. His unyielding passion for design began at a young age, but has been developed and honed over his decade in the industry. As a business owner, Bill has developed both the design acumen and business knowledge necessary for success. He s the co-founder and creative director of Focus Lab. Rainma ...…
 
In this episode I talk with Matthew Butterick. We talk about using Racket as someone who doesn’t consider themselves a developer; the power of Domain Specific Languages; Pollen, a DSL for creating web sites; and his book Beautiful Racket. Our Guest, Matthew Butterick Practical Typography Beautiful Racket Pollen Announcements EuroClojure is comi ...…
 
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Heroine: Women’s Creative Leadership, Confidence, Wisdom
 
Years ago, Majo (our host) invited Jessica Hische to speak at the first Women In Design event and she blew everyone away with her humor, honest vulnerability, and passion for her work. Jessica is a lecturer, illustrator, and type designer – hands down one of the most important designers living amongst us in our generation today. Her clients inc ...…
 
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Typeradio Podcast
 
Type and graphic designer and teacher Ilya Ruderman lives and works in Moscow. He is a graduate of the Moscow State University of the Printing Arts. Later he received a MA degree from the Type & Media course at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. After returning to Moscow he started teaching type and typography at the British Higher School o ...…
 
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Typeradio Podcast
 
Type and graphic designer and teacher Ilya Ruderman lives and works in Moscow. He is a graduate of the Moscow State University of the Printing Arts. Later he received a MA degree from the Type & Media course at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. After returning to Moscow he started teaching type and typography at the British Higher School o ...…
 
Today we’re going Behind the Boss Mask with graphic designer, handletterer, + founder of Sugar & Type Design Studio, Ilana Griffo. This episode is perfect for you if you're curious about how your passion is more important than your confidence; what it's really like to attend an Etsy Open Call for physical goods; why friendships in business are ...…
 
Debbie talks to type designer Tobias Frere-Jones about his career and why typefaces are like the air we breathe.
 
Debbie talks to type designer Tobias Frere-Jones about his career and why typefaces are like the air we breathe.
 
Debbie talks to type designer Tobias Frere-Jones about his career and why typefaces are like the air we breathe.
 
In this episode, we spoke with Dave Foster of Foster Type. Dave is an independent designer based in Sydney who we all know about thanks to his typographic work through Foster Type. He draws typefaces and lettering for design studios, type foundries, brands and individuals around the world.We heard about how Dave became a type designer, and alon ...…
 
Episode 10. The long journey of Twin Cities type designer Mark Simonson, who took decades to break through in the font business, but now has one of the most popular fonts on the internet, Proxima Nova. With music from Minneapolis band Rogue Valley.
 
Have you contemplated leaving the comforts of a company to strike out on your own to pursue a creative calling? Perhaps you have an idea for a product or service. While there’s a strong pull to pursue it, hesitation maybe holding you back. You’re worried about being good enough, attracting customers and clients, and how to make it all come toge ...…
 
Full notes: http://designnotes.fm/all/with-avondale-type-coFor this episode of Design Notes, I spoke with Jason Schwartz and Alex Sheyn, creative director and designer respectively at a foundry that consistently produces impressive work, including an artist series featuring artists and designers from the community.In the episode, we covered a l ...…
 
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O'Reilly Design Podcast - O'Reilly Media Podcast
 
The O’Reilly Design Podcast: Design as a science, designing for behavior change, and getting your first design gig. In this week’s Design Podcast episode, I sit down with Joel Marsh, designer and author of UX for Beginners. We talk about design as a scientific way of thinking, what happens when you try to cash a check in Sweden, combining behav ...…
 
In our first podcast episode, learn about the story behind “Elusive Moose” and how being part of our community can help consultants, freelancers, and entrepreneurs create and maintain a healthy work life. Molly and Jason talk about some of the most surprising aspects of striking out on their own as custom software developers and the challenges ...…
 
This is the last of our New York recordings with none-other than legendary type designer, Tobias Frere-Jones! Tobias recently released Mallory, his new company's first family, so the timing couldn't have been better. In this episode we learn about Tobias' design process, how he first became interested in type, and just what kind of details go i ...…
 
This is the last of our New York recordings with none-other than legendary type designer, Tobias Frere-Jones! Tobias recently released Mallory, his new company's first family, so the timing couldn't have been better. In this episode we learn about Tobias' design process, how he first became interested in type, and just what kind of details go i ...…
 
On this episode Debbie talks to type designer Tobias Frere-Jones about his career and why typefaces are like the air we breathe. "The stretch of time between when you wake up, and when you first interact with some piece of type that someone has drawn, is probably only a couple of seconds."
 
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Typeradio Podcast
 
Dan Rhatigan is a type director at Monotype, based in New York. He works on custom type development projects and consults on typographic issues with customers, and from time to time he gives talks about type and typography. Prior to Monotype Dan worked as a publishing technologies analyst, as a designer in New York, and with numerous freelance ...…
 
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Typeradio Podcast
 
Dan Rhatigan is a type director at Monotype, based in New York. He works on custom type development projects and consults on typographic issues with customers, and from time to time he gives talks about type and typography. Prior to Monotype Dan worked as a publishing technologies analyst, as a designer in New York, and with numerous freelance ...…
 
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The Reflex Blue Show : A Graphic Design Podcast
 
You may have followed some of my 2015 trip to AIGA Minnesota’s Design Camp on Neenah Paper’s blog, or even caught the podcast recap, but I made sure to record some interviews with five of the speakers while there as well. First up? Type and lettering specialist James Edmondson. We talk about his Oh No Type Co., type design, lettering, and makin ...…
 
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CreativeMornings Podcast
 
“Grab the reins and do it!” Jessica Hische, renowned letterer, illustrator, type designer, and self-described “avid internetter,” spoke at CreativeMornings/Vancouver in June 2012 and her advice is still as relevant as ever. Focusing on the intersection of arts & technology, Jessica passionately advocates for the value of type design in the face ...…
 
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