Mokokoma MokhonoanaI came across Mokokoma Mokhonoana on Behance while looking up African graphic designers. I really liked his logos — simple, yet bold and uncompromising. But when I visited his website and saw his aphorisms, writings, and cartoons? I knew I had to talk to him. Our interview wasn’t just about design – in fact, we didn’t talk much about design at all! I think you’ll like this departure from the regular shop talk on design and development. I hope you enjoy it!

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Daphne LaroseI love Daphne Larose’s intro for her website, Black Female Coders. “We’re out there. We may not see each other in our computer science courses or in our offices at work or while roaming around technology conferences — but we know we’re out there. Here is where we find each other.” Powerful! I had to talk to her about what she’s doing with Black Female Coders and get her overall thoughts on blacks in technology. Daphne is definitely making waves in the community and I think you’ll be hearing a lot more from her in the future. Hope you enjoy!

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Maurice WingfieldAside from being a graphic and web designer, Maurice Wingfield is also a talented illustrator! He contacted me through Facebook and we had a really great conversation on design, diversity in the tech and design fields and conferences, technology in Africa…it really runs the gamut of topics from A to Z. I also get a bit long winded in parts, which is why this interview is pretty lengthy. But it’s really good. Very dense. So grab a cup of coffee, sit back, and soak it all in!

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Irv BriscoeIrv Briscoe is a fresh young developer out of Minneapolis. I would say he’s a fresh “up and coming” developer, but Irv has already done big work for brands like Target, Subaru, and kidrobot! Through his development studio von91, Irv works with other developers, designers, and creatives alike. It’s a really good interview that I hope you’ll enjoy!

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Nathaniel DealThis week, I’ve got another podcast! It’s with Nathaniel Deal, a front-end web developer in Atlanta, GA who creates responsive experiences for kick-ass clients. We talk about a little bit of everything: design conferences, web education, mobile development, and more.

Take a listen and let me know what you think! Who would you like to be interviewed in an upcoming episode, and what topics do you want covered? Comment below with your suggestions.

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