On Overtime, Dribbble's official podcast, we share in-depth interviews with your favorite designers. Twice a month we'll be speaking to Dribbblers about their process, the tools they use, and we'll get the stories behind their most popular shots. Overtime is hosted by Dan Cederholm, designer and Co-founder of Dribbble.

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    32: Creating Cosmic Connections Through Design with Lauren Dickens

    Episode 32 features Lauren Dickens—an amazingly creative designer who specializes in brand identity and art direction. She's has worked with some incredible clients including Target, Facebook, SXSW, and The Line Hotel. Lauren lives in Austin, Texas and has certainly left her mark around town—working with popular Austin establishments like Native Boutique Hostels, Better Half Coffee & Cocktails, STAG Provisions, and many others.

    In this episode, Dan and Lauren nerd out over typography, letterpress, process, and merch of all forms. Additionally, Lauren shares how important it is to her to work on personal projects and to have a sense of humor in her work. This episode even gets a little cosmic, so meet Dan and Lauren on the astral plane!

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    31: Growing and Supporting the Design Community with Gerren Lamson

    Gerren Lamson is an Austin-based designer and the co-owner and Chief Design Officer at Creative Market. In this episode, we explore how Gerren got started in design, the value in teaching yourself new skills, the differences in working agency vs. product, and how to transition from making to managing. Dan and Gerren also chat about what Creative Market and Dribbble have in common, community and company culture, and his team’s newest product, Creative Market Pro.

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    30: Great Projects Come from Passion and Exploration with Jim Coudal

    We’re super excited to have Jim Coudal on Overtime. Jim is the founder of Coudal Partners, a design and interactive studio in Chicago. So many amazing projects have sprung out of Coudal Partners including The Deck Network, Layer Tennis, and Field Notes.

    In this episode, Jim shares solid advice on sharing what you love with others, how to remain genuine while running a business, and knowing when it's time to let a project go. Jim also teases the next big project from Field Notes!

    “Try stuff out. If it’s a moderate success—try figure out how to make it a bigger success. If you can’t figure out how to make it bigger, then go on to the next idea.”

    This episode is brought to you by Wix. Push the limits of design and start creating beautiful, impactful websites that are uniquely yours at wix.com/dribbble.

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    29: Rejection, Perseverance, and Design Matters with Debbie Millman

    Debbie Millman has worked with some of the world's biggest brands including Burger King, Hershey’s, Haagen-Dazs, Twizzlers—just to name a few. She's written six books, is a frequent keynote speaker on design and branding, and she hosts the first and longest running podcast about design, Design Matters.

    In this episode, we discuss the drawing that started it all, why rejection can be worse than failure, how Design Matters got started, and why persistence is the key to success.

    “I don't think it's possible to make a name for yourself doing work for other people. I think that the way you make a name for yourself is doing original work on your own. Which doesn't mean you have to quit your job to do it. I was doing Design Matters while I had two full-time jobs.”

    This episode is brought to you by Wix. Push the limits of design and start creating beautiful, impactful websites that are uniquely yours at wix.com/dribbble.

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    28: Being a Professional Encourager with Andy J Pizza from the Creative Pep Talk Podcast

    Season 3 of Overtime is here! Our first guest is Andy J. (Pizza) Miller. Andy is the creator of the podcast and book Creative Pep Talk. He also has a successful illustration career and has created illustrations for clients like Nickelodeon, Google, Converse, Sony, Smart Car, Oreo, The Boston Globe & Nutella.

    In this episode, we find out what pizza and Dribbble have in common, how Andy transitioned from illustration to podcasting, and the secret to Creative Pep Talk’s success.

    Andy also shares how to “find your gift,” what he thinks all creative people have in common, how to embrace change when it comes to your career, his hope for the creative future, and much more.

    “I always tell people to look for wilderness instead of paved roads. Once there’s 8,000 tutorials and 50 apps to make that thing the easiest thing possible, the treasure at the end of that road is gone.”

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    27: Overtime with Ryan Hamrick

    It's our final episode of Overtime, season 2! We'll be back in 2018 but before then, we'd love to hear from you. If you're an avid Overtime listener, please take a short survey to let us know what you love about Overtime and what we can improve on. Additionally, we’re experimenting with our format, so you’ll see chapters in this episode if you're listening in a podcast app that supports chapters (like Overcast).

    And now on to episode 27! In this episode, we chat with Ryan Hamrick, an independent letterer and designer, living in Austin, TX. Ryan shares how he got started with lettering back in 2011, the story behind the Curves Ahead Tour, a few lettering tricks he saves for live workshops, why he's starting an artist representation agency, and more.

    This week’s episode is brought to you by Wix. Wix believes the web is your playground. With advanced features like retina-ready image galleries, custom font sets, and sophisticated design effects, you’ll have real creative freedom to tell your story online—exactly the way you’ve envisioned it. Go to wix.com/dribbble to get started today.

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    26: Overtime with Khoi Vinh

    In episode 26, we chat with Khoi Vinh, Principal Designer at Adobe, co-founder of Mixel and Kidpost, and former Design Director of New York Times Online. We discuss Khoi's role at Adobe, the recent launch of Adobe XD, the pros and cons of working for big (or small) companies, Adobe's recent effort to impact diversity in creativity in a positive way, how Khoi got started with design, publishing on personal websites vs Medium, the benefits of having your own custom blog, and more. This week’s episode is brought to you by Wix.

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    25: Overtime with Vlad Magdalin

    In this episode, we talk to Vlad Magdalin about the origin of Webflow, it's unique position in the market of web design tools, the current state of web design tooling, why democratization of web design is a good thing, and more.

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    24: Overtime with Ethan Marcotte

    We've got a special episode for you this week. In this episode, you’ll hear a conversation with Dan Cederholm and Ethan Marcotte. It was recorded at the Hang Time Boston after-party. You may hear a bit of bar noise, but you’ll also hear some great insights on responsive web design, GIFs, and more.

    Ethan shares the story of how responsive web design came to be, the complexity of the design process, the best way to get started with responsive web design, advice for teams building pattern libraries and style guides, why he started a GIF repository, and more.

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    23: Overtime With Meg Lewis

    Meg Lewis is a designer and founder of Ghostly Ferns—a family of freelancer BFFs. She also founded Fool Proof—a coworking space to support creativity in Minnesota. She’s also a really nice person.

    In this episode, Meg tells us about her recent move to Minnesota, why she started a coworking space, the importance of working with friends, why you should be yourself when working with clients, personal branding, and much more. This episode is brought to you by FreshBooks.

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