Below the Fold
By Erin Anacker
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In this conversational series with female designers across the globe, we will explore unique and personal stories about career challenges, cultures, creative outlets and the struggles faced when trading creativity for money. This podcast engages design's kind and kindred souls—those women who crave collaboration and seek to combat isolation and insecurity through story telling and knowledge sharing.
||004 Cultured patterns and typographic lyricism with Natalie Davis||In the realm of academia, there is little room fo…||3/6/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||003 Betty Rage and getting messy with Kelsey Dzintars||Kelsey Dzintars, a designer and a painter, grew u…||2/19/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||002 A forgotten population with Megan Cook||By day, Megan Cook is a designer in the sales coa…||2/19/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||001 Human size cities and the quest for creative fulfillment with Deborah Brown||A Seattle native, Deborah Brown visited Israel du…||2/19/14||Free||View In iTunes|
Women are designers too! Loved it
A neat subject to kick off a great podcast. Interesting, insightful, and real. I was inspired by the impact design can have on inmates. So true, they are largely forgotten in society, but indeed have more humanity then we give them credit for. Congrats Erin!
refreshing spring water
Erin has a lovely vocal presence - refreshing to listen to, not background noise. Gently inspiring. Thank you. Love the campfire moment, beginning and end.
Such a warm and richly human perspective on design!
Erin has really crafted quite the lovely little podcast here. The way she opens each episode with the crackling fire and her soothing, deliberate presence just makes you want to grab a blanket and a cup of hot cocoa and sink into the stories being shared.
Her sense of meticulous design shines through in this podcast. The intro, the guests, the questions, the dialogue, the lessons learned; are all very well balanced and enjoyable to absorb.
Below the Fold is truly delightful. A podcast I hope to see continue for ages.