BizCraft Episode 14: Dan Mall

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This is BizCraft, the podcast about the business side of web design, recorded live almost every two weeks. Your hosts are Carl Smith (@carlsmith) of nGen Works and Gene Crawford (@genecrawford) of UnmatchedStyle.

Episode Overview

Special guest this episode: Dan Mall (@danielmall).

Dan is an award-winning designer from Philadelphia, an enthralled husband, and new dad. As the Founder & Design Director at SuperFriendly, Dan and his team defeat apathy and the forces of evil with heroic creative direction, design, & strategy. He’s also co-founder of Typedia and swfIR, and sings/plays keyboard for contemporary-Christian band Four24. Dan was formerly Design Director at Big Spaceship, Interactive Director at Happy Cog, and a technical editor for A List Apart. He writes about design and other issues on Twitter and on his industry-recognized site,

This episode was part of the UMS Live show from Friday December 14, 2012.

Beers from the end of the show

Carl: Peak organic – winter session ale
Gene: Spaten Lager
Dan: Fruit Juice (that he makes himself!)

1 Comment

  1. pacomerh

    I wanted to listen to this but the audio is very annoying , host is low and the other guy is cutting up a lot.



  1. A Third Path | Lovingly Crafted Websites in Wollongong, NSW - [...] a great interview with Dan Mall (from Super Friendly) on the BizCraft podcast where he talks about the two…

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