In this episode, I talk with Adrian Belina, Partner & Executive Creative Director at Jam3, a studio that creates groundbreaking digital experiences for big brands such as Google, Adidas, Oreo,... We talk about how to create work that is 'cutting-edge' and how to stay ahead, the recent Fyre festival doc, where he gets inspired, how to create immersive brand experiences and much more.
In this episode I talk with Allen Adamson, co-founder of marketing agency Metaforce, writer of Shift Ahead and Brand Simple. We talk about how brands can stay relevant in this fast-changing world.
In this episode I talk with Jefferson Perky, founder and creative director at, you guessed it, Perkybros. Perkybros is one of my favorite studios and me and Jeff have a wonderfull conversation about finding inspiration, working with clients, choosing the right typefaces, Perkybros weird fascination with animal mascots and much more.
In this episode, I talk with the amazing Chris Do. We have a meaningful conversation about, well... conversations. I asked Chris how he was able to develop his skills as a conversationalist, how he developed 'the art of conversation'. We talk about 'how to prepare' for conversations, how to get in the right mindset, how to shift conversations and much more. In the end, we go on a bit of tangent and talk about user experience, the future of the futur and razorblades. Enjoy!
In this episode, I walk you through some of my key takeaways from season 2. This season was jam-packed with great people; from Marty Neumeier to Steve Wolf, Camille Baldwin and much more. In this lesson, I take you through some of the most valuable lessons learned. At the end I drop in a big spoiler for the first episode of season 3.
In this episode I talk with Camille Baldwin. Camille is a really interesting woman, as director of brand development at Gin Lane, she has created some amazing brands with her team. We talk about launching brands, strategy and much more.
In this episode I talk with Mark Kingsley. Having directed at companies such as Collins, Landor and Ogilvy he has a lot of experience. He also did a lot of design work for Blue Note, Atlantic and the Guggenheim museum. We talk about the history and future of strategy and design, Mark’s strategic work for Ogilvy and some really fun anecdotes. It’s a wide ranging but very inspiring talk.
In this episode I talk with Graham Robertson, author of the awesome book 'beloved brands' and over 20 years of experience at companies such as Coca-Cola, Johnson and Johnson, General Mills,… He knows his stuff. We talk about the rise of smaller brands, learning about your consumer, finding brand purpose, Mc-donalds, Nike and much more.
In this episode I talk with Marty Neumeier, Marty doesn't really need an introduction, he is a true tought leader when it comes to branding. Best-selling author of books such as the brand gap, zag and now his lates book Scramble, he is a true inspiration to me.
In this episode I talk with Melinda Livsey, founder of Marks and maker and online teacher. We talk about building a personal brand, using brand strategy to improve your business, learning to refuse clients and much more. Melinda brings a lot of great stuff to the table so I hope you enjoy!
In this episode I talk with Mark Pollard, CEO of Mighty Jungle and a brand strategist. Mark has a lot of experience in the field. We talk about the importance of words, avoiding cliché's and how you can write better. Enjoy!
In this episode I talk with Summer, brand strategist at Focuslab. She helped create the strategic framework at Focuslab. Summer really breathes strategy and it's so inspiring to hear her explain her process and journey.
In this episode I talk with Hernán Braberman, Hernán is Executive Design Director and Partner of Tridimage, responsible for the creative direction of tridimage´s design projects. As a packaging designer he thinks about every aspect of the design: the material, how it smells, how it opens, ...