In this episode, Wioleta talks to Carla Diana, a designer, author, and educator who explores the impact of future technologies through hands-on experiments in product design and tangible interaction. Carla shares her thoughts on the role of human aspects in design and explains what 4D design is.
In this episode, Wioleta talks to Arie van’t Riet, an artist and former medical physicist about his love for nature and how he is trying to capture and share its beauty through X-ray images.
In this episode, Wioleta talks to public interaction designer and educator Maria Mortati about the importance of empathy, understanding other realms and having healthy dose of curiosity.
In this episode, Wioleta talks to professor Margaret Noodin about using language to communicate what we know and to connect with other parts of the world and put pieces together. Professor Noodin also shares her writings, singing and thoughts on language, land and culture.
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In this episode, Wioleta talks to award-winning experience designer, artist and educator Graham Plumb about his passion for digital experiences that go beyond screen-based interfaces, “happy accidents” in the process of making art and designed objects, and humor as a gateway into art.
In this episode, Wioleta talks to writer and editorial director Herbert Liu about getting lost to find your way, dealing with creative blocks and no right or wrong way to do this.
In this episode, Wioleta talks to designer, painter and writer Elle Luna about the Crossroads of Should and Must, finding one’s passion and making time to follow it.
In this episode, Wioleta and Matt talk to musician, composer, and conductor Agnieszka Kowalik about French composer Olivier Messiaen and his fascination with birds. Agnieszka also shares with us her passion for nature and how it inspires her own work.
In this episode, Wioleta and Matt talk to Rob Walker, a journalist, writer and author of The Art of Noticing.