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Best Ian Paget podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Ian Paget podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Want to know what it takes to design logos and brand identities? In the Logo Geek podcast, award winning logo design expert Ian Paget finds out by interviewing successful graphic designers and entrepreneurs around the world so you can learn from their experiences. Topics include logo design tips, getting clients, how much to charge, coming up with ideas, choosing fonts, portfolio mistakes, branding, online marketing and so much more!
 
Design Domination is a graphic design business podcast that helps freelance graphic designers adjust their mindset, become more business savvy and sharpen their creative skills, so they get more respect and command higher rates. If you're a logo designer, print designer or web designer looking to make a successful living freelancing, you will benefit from Colleen's real-world expertise in branding, publication design and layout, website design and design business. You'll also hear from other ...
 
Enjoy juicy and informative interviews with the acclaimed author Dr. Patti Taylor of ExpandedLovemaking.com and the Expand Her Orgasm Tonight System - 21 Day Program for Partners, as she talks with world-renowned experts on sex, sensuality and real-life practitioners of the art and science of orgasm! Expanded Lovemaking is a fusion of ancient erotic wisdom and modern practices and insights, where you learn to share ever-expanding bliss with your partner. Email Dr. Patti at patti@personallife ...
 
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The world around us, and the culture we live in has a massive impact on all of us unconsciously. The study of Semiotics can allow us to understand the world around us by looking at how meaning is created and communicated, which is knowledge we can use to design more effective logos and brand identities. The origins of Semiotics lie in the academic …
 
If you want to be successful, you can’t just sit around and hope that opportunities will come your way. You need to work to attract them. As an example, if you want to work on a specific style of work, or in a different speciality such as pattern design, you’re much more likely to attract that type of work if people can see your capabilities. It’s …
 
If you like to peek inside a designers sketchbook you need to be aware of Made By James. That’s the instagram account from graphic designer James Martin who’s feed is full of stunning logo design development work. In this weeks episode Ian interviews James to find out how these sketches are created. We also dive into his logo design process, his ap…
 
If you’re designing logos, you meed to be aware that we live in a world where business names and logos are registered, owned and legally protected by individuals and businesses. Ignoring trademark law could mean you end up unintentionally designing a logo that breaches an already established trademark, and your client could get in some serious lega…
 
Designers know that creating the perfect logo can be a time consuming process. But even when you know what's involved, for most it's hard to comprehend how some logos can be priced in the millions. How can you justify charging so much money, just for a logo? To discover the answer, on this weeks episode Ian interviews Philip VanDusen who's worked w…
 
We all know what a bad logo looks like, but could you design the worst logo? The team from the design Agency Fuzzco have created a contest encouraging you to undertake that challenge, with the chance for your worst work to be judged by some big name designers including Michael Bierut, Jessica Hische and Armin Vit. To learn more about the project Ia…
 
Have you ever designed a logo for a client and totally missed the mark? Or been stuck in the situation where you’re endlessly making revisions? The cause is most likely that you and your clients visions do not align. But how to you work this out? One fantastic solution, devised by the team at Blind, has been to create a Stylescape™, an enhanced moo…
 
With a love of football, Mark Hirons dreamed to one day work as a graphic designer for an international football club. This year, at the age of only 22, his dream has come true, becoming an in-house designer for a Premier League football club. But how did Mark make this happen? On this weeks podcast Ian interviews Mark to discuss the events that le…
 
When you start out as a graphic designer it’s easy to become an order taker, to do exactly as the client asks. This can make you feel, and be treated like a puppet on a string. But how do you move away from that? On this weeks podcast Ian interviews Colleen Gratzer to discover how you become the expert, allowing you to become the puppeteer. A desig…
 
When designing a logo, how can you be sure that the identity that you're working on will be a long term success in the real world? It's impossible to know for sure, but to give you the best opportunity to create a logo that will succeed in the real world, in this weeks podcast Ian breaks down the 8 characteristics that timeless logos share. https:/…
 
Brand Strategy has become a buzz word in design communities. Some designers, with very little experience are calling themselves brand strategists, but it’s a deep topic that can take years to master. So what does it really take to become a brand strategist? How can you learn everything you need to develop brands from the ground up? How do you condu…
 
Most designers work 1-on-1 with clients on custom projects based on their requirements. This means every new project is like starting from scratch… new proposals, contracts, emails and design work – most of which can never be used again since it’s tailored to that one client. For most that approach is fine, but if you want to build a business that’…
 
As designers we learn a wide range of skills and tools to effectively carry out our roles. Many of us pursue a career in branding, but the landscape is becoming increasingly competitive, so how can you stand out from the competition? On this weeks podcast Ian interviews Laura Evans, who has transitioned from working as a generalist brand identity d…
 
Brands are all around us, but as the times change they need to adapt to keep relevant – if they don’t they’ll soon vanish from the high street. Kodak and Blackberry for example were once leaders in their field, but they failed to shift, becoming irrelevant in a fast changing world. But how can brands prevent this from happening to them, and how can…
 
What does starting a design business, building a personal brand, and increasing your prices all have in common? Confidence. In this weeks episode Ian interviews Col Gray, the founder of Dundee based graphic design studio Pixels Ink to discuss how confidence has played a pivotal role in developing his personal brand, and taking his design business t…
 
Ian Barnard, started his career as a generalist graphic designer. But after learning calligraphy for fun, and documenting his progress on Instagram, he attracted big name clients allowing him to specialise as a hand lettering artist. The growth and success of his Instagram feed has also allowed him to develop digital products, courses and more to g…
 
Paul Nicholson designed the logo for one of the most celebrated and influential electronic artists, Aphex Twin, as well as a host of other musicians. But how has he been able to translate music into simple graphical forms? What does his design process look like? In this episode Ian interviews Paul to discover how he works with clients, his approach…
 
As a designer you’ll need to ask for feedback on your work at some point. That could be a client who you’re hoping to approve the logo you’ve designed for them, or you could simply be asking a friend, colleague or a community of designers for their thoughts on your work. But how can you avoid getting subjective, unhelpful feedback? In this weeks ep…
 
Gerard Huerta’s life as a designer has been incredible. After graduating he began his career at CBS Records, creating artwork and logos for numerous well-known musicians including Boston, Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan and many, many more. He then went on to work for himself, where he’s designed the lettering for AC/DC’s High Voltage, and logos for Swiss…
 
When you’re a new graduate or newly self-taught designer, searching for your first job in the design industry can be tough. Applying for job after job with no immediate success can leave you feeling low, and wondering if you’ll ever make it in the industry. But you’re not alone, and this weeks episode is designed to give you some much needed motiva…
 
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