LIA Cast 186 - Creative Project Resilience

As we’ve seen in past LIA Casts, engaging with creative projects is full of emotional ups and downs. Even tiny projects present us with opportunities to turn back and leave the challenge to a hardier artist. What keeps those of us who stick around to the end, sticking around? What makes us give up?

Join us for an exploration on the role of resiliency in pursuing creative projects.

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LIA Cast 185 - Accompanied by Podcasts

When you are looking for the audio accompaniment to your art day, chores, commute, podcast are a fantastic option. Not only this very podcast, but many others that Jerzy and Rob will discuss!

Join us for a discussion on a sampling of the podcasts we enjoy and of course dig deeper into the why and how the design and performance of podcasts affects us.

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LIA Cast 184 - Breath of the Design

The Nintendo Switch recently started shipping, along with the new Legend of Zelda game, Breath of the Wild. This week Rob and Jerzy explore the design of the new Nintendo system and game from a user experience perspective.

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LIA Cast 183 - Mighty Morphing Projects a.k.a. Pivoting

When and how do you know when a project needs to be something else altogether? Do you just scrap everything and start over? How might you re-purpose past efforts in the shaping of the new version of the project? Is pivoting a question of resources, or one of creative vision?

Join us for a discussion on pivoting art projects.

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LIA Cast 182 - Finding Your Style

When you think of art style, what comes to mind? Is it the kinds of lines you use? The color palette? The compositions? Should the style be the creative restriction of a project, or should the project dictate the style? And if the old saying is true: “your style is what you do wrong,” is there any point in striving to find a style?

Join us for a discussion on how we’ve thought about art style throughout our careers and how the constraints of bandwidth, resources, and projects have affected them.

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