Creative professional Brandy Spain came to us at the referral of next week’s interview subject, Chris Barker. Brandy’s crisp and clean design style, along with her strong work ethic, even helped pave the way for a new entrepreneurial venture — presentation design! We even geek out a bit talking about music. Learn more about Brandy in this week’s interview!
Help support a unique and diverse voice and a platform for Black designers and developers! We’ve linked up with Tugboat Yards, an awesome website that helps digital publishers find their true fans, establish new revenue streams, and foster meaningful relationships with their supporters.
Just click the image here to go to our Tugboat Yards page!
If you’re subscribed to the monthly newsletter (and if you’re not, you can do so here), then you got word about this when it was rolled out on March 31. Here are some answers to the most frequently asked questions.
Adekunle Oduye is a young designer in New York City. As the youngest of seven kids, Adekunle wanted to become a painter, and he talks about how he came into design and development, his time studying in Rome, and projects he’s created though hackathons. He even gives nods to some of the big names in the industry, and I drop a little advice on speaking for design/tech talks. I hope you’ll enjoy this interview!
Howdy folks! This is Maurice Cherry, the founder/editor/head fry cook around these parts.
Last month, I did a quick survey to get an idea of who the Revision Path audience is and how you like the site. Let’s delve into the the findings.
When it comes to design, Jacques Dupoux is big on communicating without pretense. It was really great to talk with him and get his honest, unvarnished take on how he got started in this industry and where he plans to go. We also talked about diversity in the design field and on what it means to have the space to fail.
Don’t forget to take our survey — it closes tomorrow! Click the obnoxiously big green button below to get started.