Five years. Over 230 podcast episodes. And if you include our blog, that’s nearly 300 interviews with Black designers, developers, and creatives worldwide.
This episode is a love letter for you, our loyal listeners. I answer your questions, give you a bit of a peek behind the curtain of Revision Path, talk about Revision Path’s upcoming plans and goals, and share some updates and words of wisdom from some of our show’s most popular guests.
Here’s to five years of Revision Path and the future of design! 🥂
Special thanks to Andrea Pippins, Dian Holton, Husani Oakley, Tory Hargro, Douglas Davis, Laci Jordan, Leon Scott, Nakita M. Pope, Raquel Rodriguez, Michele Washington, Ron Bronson, and Sela Lewis for lending their voices for this episode!
(Background audio: Chillhop Yearmix 2017 · jazz & lofi hiphop; full audio credits available at youtube.com/watch?v=Ygo5VcMGMCs)
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Revision Path is sponsored by Facebook Design. No one designs at scale quite like Facebook does, and that scale is only matched by their commitment to giving back to the design community. Revision Path is also sponsored by Glitch. Glitch is the friendly community where you can build the app of your dreams. Stuck on something? Get help! You got this! Revision Path is brought to you by MailChimp. Huge thanks to them for their support of the show! Visit them today and say thanks!
Illustrate vibrant and thoughtful portraits with designer and author Andrea Pippins!
As we close out 2016 here on Revision Path, we took a look back at ten of our most popular interviews for the year. See if your favorite made the list!
Andrea Pippins claims many titles — educator, designer, author — but above all, she’s an artist first. Andrea just finished her latest book Becoming Me, so this interview came right on time!
We began by talking about Andrea’s journey as an author from her first book I ♥ My Hair to today. Andrea also shared what first got her involved in design, spoke about her time at art school at Temple University, touched on her work as a design educator (including her current position at MICA), and a whole lot more. This is an interview you’ll definitely want to listen to again and again!
Revision Path is sponsored by Facebook Design. No one designs at scale quite like Facebook does, and that scale is only matched by their commitment to giving back to the design community. Revision Path is brought to you by MailChimp. Huge thanks to them for their support of the show! Visit them today and say thanks!