Scott Berkun on How Design Makes The World.
On creating a "Fitbit for the planet".
Over a period of fifteen years, Ken Kocienda had a front-row seat to the development of some of the most innovative technology in history. As a team member, he was responsible for helping develop the software on the iPhone, including being personally responsible for the development of the iPhone keyboard and autocorrect features. In this interview, he shares insights into how Apple's creative process works, what it was like to pitch and demo to Steve Jobs, and how we can all learn from Apple's successes and apply some of their methods to our own life and work.
Alan Siegel is a legend in the world of branding and design. He is the co-founder of Siegel + Gale, the founder of Siegelvision, and the co-author of the book Simple: Conquering The Crisis Of Complexity. In our conversation, Mr. Siegel shares practical tips for seeking simplicity in your work and cultivating empathy for the people you serve.
Some people are naturally drawn to sketching ideas and concepts. Others fear it. Today's guest, Mike Rohde, will share how all of us can use sketching as a way to unlock ideas and new avenues of thought with tips from his new book The Sketchnote Workbook.