Revision Path

Revision Path is an award-winning design podcast that showcases the world's Black designers, developers, and digital creatives. On each episode, host Maurice Cherry explores the stories, processes, experiences, insights and inspirations of these awesome creators. Produced by Glitch, Inc.

https://glitch.com/revisionpath/

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episode 304: 304: Samuel Green


This week, I sat down with Samuel Green -- a product designer at Airbus Aerial in Atlanta, GA and a visual artist. Samuel is also the owner of Studio Mobius, which they call "a small creative group composed of like-minded humans who think differently." Samuel's trajectory hasn't been a conventional one, but that didn't stop them from achieving their goals. If anything this proves that there is a multitude of different paths for people to take to get to their destination...


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episode 303: 303: Brian Cherry


Brian Cherry is driven and passionate about design! He's a true hustler--not only is he the Creative Director of Nutrisystem but he also runs his own design agency Cherry Fresh Designs. Brian is a nonstop force to be reckoned with in this industry and he has no signs of slowing down anytime soon! We chatted about everything from his career trajectory and education to hopes for the future of the industry...


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episode 302: 302: Jamil Bonnick


Jamil Bonnick is a multi-disciplinary designer from Atlanta, currently working as a Product Designer at Etsy in San Francisco. Jamil Bonnick isn't just an experienced Product Designer, with a keen eye for design but he's also a storyteller. While we discussed his background and career journey, and his new job at Etsy, our conversation was so much more! Our chat spanned a number of interesting and surprising topics from design all the way to eastern philosophy and to effective business strategy...


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episode 301: 301: 300th Episode Celebration!


Gail Anderson [Episode 220: Gail Anderson] https://revisionpath.com/gail-anderson/ Gail Anderson's Website https://www.gailycurl.com/ Gail Anderson's SVA Faculty Profile http://www.sva.edu/faculty/gail-anderson Catt Small Episode 203: Catt Small https://revisionpath.com/catt-small Catt Small's Website- https://cattsmall.com/ Catt Small on Twitter- https://twitter.com/cattsmall


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episode 300: 300: Hannah Beachler


Fruitvale Station. Miles Ahead. Creed. Moonlight. If you've seen any of these films over the past few years, then you're familiar with the work of Hannah Beachler. You may also know her for her Afrofuturist design direction on Black Panther, becoming not just the first Black person to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Production Design, but also being the first one to win it as well...


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episode 299: 299: Rich Smith


Netflix is a major player in the entertainment industry, and their streaming video service is available nearly worldwide on smart TVs, game consoles, mobile phones, and more. But how do they provide such a consistent visual experience to millions of customers? It's thanks to people like Netflix's senior UI engineer, Rich Smith. As a member of the marketing tech team, he focuses on the web app experience...


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 2019-06-17  55m
 
 

episode 298: 298: Husani Barnwell


Husani Barnwell not only has two impressive degrees under his belt from Parsons and Harvard, a mile long resume, but he continues to reinvent himself. He is a storyteller, a designer, and a leader in the industry. His passion and drive shine through in his work and in our conversation! He is honest and open, and our chat was an enlightening experience that I appreciated. His experience ranges from Creative Consultant to Educator and so many things in between...


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 2019-06-10  1h4m
 
 

episode 297: 297: Brett Marshall


Designing for public safety might not sound like the most exciting job, but that's because you haven't heard Brett Marshall describe it. As the principal designer at CentralSquare, he helps design interfaces that are used by police officers, first responders, and public administration agencies across the country. Brett and I talked about the unique challenges he faces with his work, and he also shared how he went from designing at ad agencies to winding up at his current role...


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 2019-06-03  1h3m
 
 

episode 296: 296: Shar Biggers


I first heard of about Shar Biggers from one of our past guests, Ida Woldemichael, and from just the first few minutes of our conversation I knew that this was going to be a great interview. Like Ida, Shar worked on the Hillary for America campaign, and helped to shape the messaging and visual style of the candidate during her most recent run for public office...


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 2019-05-27  1h15m
 
 

episode 295: 295: Angelica Quicksey


Angelica Quicksey's insights into civic design are unique and insightful. She designs federal government services with a focus on digital transformation. As a recent graduate with two masters degrees from Harvard University, she is also now co-teaching a course on technology and innovation in government. Angelica is passionate and our conversation touched on the many changes going on in the industry. If you want to learn and be inspired make sure to give this episode a listen!


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 2019-05-20  49m