Episode 37 - trailer

Technically Speaking with Harrison Wheeler Trailer (Season 5)

Published on: 19th April, 2022

Season 5 is right around the corner. Our featured guests include Jasmine Orange, Dan Mall, Timothy Bardlavens, Catt Small, and Chris Thoms.

The new season kicks off on Tuesday, April 26th with new episodes released every other week.

Jump straight into:

(00:00) - Introduction

(01:26) - Figma Config

(02:18) -  The Technically Speaking Product Design Glossary

(02:48) - Jasmine Orange, designer at EY talks about why moving fast and breaking things isn't always a good idea.

(04:27) - Dan Mall, founder of design systems agency, SuperFriendly discusses his design ethos and how he believes that everyone is a creator.

(06:05) - Catt Small, Staff Designer at Asana discusses the importance of senior IC's and the importance in organizations and as a career trajectory.

(08:10) - Timothy Bardlavens discusses his definition of chaotic good and how he applies that to his work at Meta.

(09:35) - Chris Thoms shares how he got in touch with the children and communities that he's designing for and how that is now a part of his purpose at NWEA


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I began my podcasting journey in 2016. A friend and I tried to launch a podcast and I couldn't believe how much went into creating a show...crazy right?!? For the last 4 years, I've jumped headfirst in podcasting and have made it my passion and livelihood. Since opening StudioPod in 2018 I've helped companies, writers, professional athletes, doctors, and many others produce their podcasts.