nGen Works founder and BizCraft host Carl Smith thought he knew how to run a business until a cold winter’s morning and a persistent five-year-old proved him otherwise. TechnologyAdvice’s Clark Buckner interviewed Smith about “Lessons From the Lemonade Stand”.
Giovanni asked James about how he manages the day-to-day operations of being an independent brand and what it takes to make it as an artist.
In this episode of BizCraft Carl and Gene talk Rob Harr of Sparkbox about how they price projects, company culture and other various business opinions – which Rob has plenty of!
Giovanni talks with Stephanie about how she promotes a content first approach that stands our traditional production process on its head and makes content and message the first priority, not the last.
Giovanni talks with Val about why designers should incorporate animation in their designs, when it’s appropriate and when it’s not.
In this episode of BizCraft Carl and Gene talk about the time someone at Apple sent a not-so-funny joke to someone at nGen Works.
UMS Video Podcast: Giovanni talks with Jonathan Stark about his experiences redesigning the now well known project of the Entertainment Weekly website.
In this episode of BizCraft Carl and Gene talk with the fine gentlemen of The Dirt podcast about the death of originality in web design, commoditization of the low end of our market, the actual starting time of beer ‘o’ clock in Florida, and how our profession has responded to a proliferation of high quality and cheap design options.
Discussion with Claire Lew, CEO of Know Your Company about how to give and get better feedback on-the-job.
UMS Video Podcast: Giovanni talks Daniel Burka of Google Ventures about the fast prototyping approach they take to designing products.
Everyday technology is hurtling into the realm of science fiction, even magic, with new devices that are as surprising and delightful as they are useful. Josh Clark can help us sort it all out.