Jon Daniel, designer and creative director, passed away yesterday. Jon‘s work has been part of the design community for the past 30 years, and was best known as a design columnist for Design Week, his…
It’s Revision Path’s fourth anniversary! We’re celebrating the occasion by taking a look back at some of the memorable guests we’ve had over the years, including Jacinda Walker, Ced Funches, AIGA Medalist Emory Douglas, and more. Plus, we have a special guest near the end of the episode, so make sure you stick around for that.
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I’m ending out July with a truly great interview with Jon Daniel, an independent creative director in London.
Jon is a classically trained designer who has over 25 years of design experience with big brands like IBM, NHS Careers, Philips, and Virgin Direct. He’s also a regular columnist for Design Week, a leading UK publication for designers.
Jon and I talked about how his African-Caribbean heritage influences his work, how design culture in the UK differs from here in the US, and his exhibit Afro Supa Hero.
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