60 minutes | Sep 23rd 2020

Iquan Worthington

This week on Feasting on Design, I'm chatting with Iquan Worthington from The Artoholiks about working with Black Live Matter to help unify the look of their designs, transitioning from running his agency full-time to working full-time for his client MochaFi and how he’s still able to maintain having a creative agency, what his design process looks like when working with clients, and so much more.

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This episode of Feasting on Design is supported by the new season of Wireframe – a podcast all about how UX can help technology fit into our lives. Hosted by Khoi Vinh, Senior Director of Design at Adobe, Wireframe is a show for designers and the design-curious. This Season of Wireframe leans into how design intersects with the changing world around us.

There are stories about how user experience design helps people manage stress and sleeplessness; find something good to watch on an online streaming service; help individuals, creators and social causes through crowdfunding. It explores how design helps older family members understand technology, and the podcast also chats with designers trying to make voting easier. Turns out, it’s really hard.

You’ll hear from designers and design leaders who have built UX and UI experiences for companies like Headspace, Patreon, Kickstarter, Withings, and other companies that are putting design at the forefront of their companies’ experiences.

Whether you’re into UX, UI, technology… or just curious about the way design impacts our everyday lives, I hope you’ll check out the show.

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You can find out more about Iquan on Instagram @iquanw and be sure to check out the links in the show notes for more ways to keep up with him. I hope you liked this episode of Feasting on Design, let me know what you think and if you like it leave me a review over on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts. You can keep up with the podcast on TwitterFacebook, and Instagram @FeastOnDesign, and I’m @jfrostholm on DribbbleTwitter, and Instagram or over on my website ildisdesign.com.

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