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A quick note for completists:

CreativeXpert

Interview

I had the pleasure of chatting with Alan Houser last week for his CreativeXpert podcast series. It’s a brief interview, but we manage to cram in some discussion about design and a few fun stories from my past. Be sure to check out previous episodes for interviews with talented folks from Adaptive Path, Frog Design, House Industries, Firewheel Design, and many more.

Field-Tested Books

Reading and Drinking

If you will be in or around New York on Monday, July 28th, I suggest swinging by The Delancey at 7pm. Coudal Partners is holding a special Field-Tested Books event with some of the local testers reading their reviews live. Testers include: Michael Bierut, Randy Cohen, Steven Heller, Jason Santa Maria (hey, I know him!), Jeffrey Zeldman, Ben Greenman, John Gruber, Jim and Steve from CP, and many more.


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