Boston was great. I even spent a bit of time blogging for Neenah Paper while there:
- HOW Design Live 2018 is Magic
- Time May Change HOW
- Lobster Rolls, HOWie, and Johnny Cupcakes Spinning Vinyl at HOW Design Live
In addition to the 3 recaps, over the next few months I’ll also be releasing six podcasts recorded while at HOW.
David Sherwin joins me for the last of the six interviews recorded at HOW Design Live in Atlanta. As one half of the newly formed The Sherwins LLC, we talk about building teams, working with teams, and going out on his own.
Last time David was on the show, he mentioned that he did some research on the podcast before agreeing to be a guest, and was super helpful in his assessment that we didn’t have any good way for visitors to find older podcasts (when you start a podcast, you just have them listed one after another, who knew we’d be around long enough to have anything to actually search for). Anyway, I did realize that David Sherwin was much smarter than myself, this made a lot of sense, and I took it to heart. I then went on to build (and maintain) a complete list of guests (seriously, huge thanks to all of the super talented folks who have recorded with me over the years, the show would not be the same without you), as well as a list of shows per season (yeah, I guess I’ve been recording a while now), and our ‘host’ favorites (if you’re new to the show, these are the ones we liked recording the most). So, thanks David, for being on the show again.
David Sherwin of frog joins us for the last of the seven shows we recorded from the 2011 HOW Conferences in Chicago. A big thanks goes out to the staff at HOW for helping us secure an interview room, and allowing us to walk around the closing evening events with a microphone recording our daily recaps. Great people at the organization.
As for David, he works for one of the big shops, and speaks some about their work, some about his sweet book – Creative Workshop: 80 Challenges to Sharpen Your Design Skills, a bit about his ChangeOrder blog, and some about help in setting up the upcoming HOW Interactive Conference (November 2-4, 2011 in San Francisco).