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Overtime, Dribbble's weekly podcast, explores the most interesting design news and gives you the tips you need to create your best work. No need to scroll copious news sites and design Twitter—host Meg Lewis and friends are primed to inform, entertain, and inspire you each week. Consider Overtime your audio lifeline to the design community, packaged in a perfectly punchy Shot. Subscribe and listen every Wednesday to stay ahead of the game.
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This week on Overtime, we discuss whether remote work is the new normal after more companies announce permanent work-from-home policies. Then, Meg helps us embrace all the ways we've changed as a result of the ongoing pandemic. Last but not least, Meg tackles feelings of impostor syndrome and encourages us to redefine those pre-determined labels of what it means to be a designer. [00:09] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[01:53] Bloomberg: Shopify Is Joining Twitter in Permanent Work-From-Home Shift  (https://tinyurl.com/y9z5xtap) [09:03] Embracing the ways we’ve changed during the coronavirus pandemic[16:08] How to overcome imposter syndrome, and create your own label[28:41] Meg answers a listener’s call about how to explain being a designer to a kindergartenerThanks to the sponsors of this episode:Dribbble.com/ProLeave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us: Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter: @yourbuddymegInstagram: @yourbuddymegWebsiteInterested in sponsoring this rad podcast? Email overtime@gmail.com 
This week on Overtime, Froot Loops gives our old buddy Toucan Sam an unexpected redesign, and people have quite the reaction to it. Plus, more creatives make and sell face masks to earn extra income while helping first responders on the front lines. Finally, Noah Glenn—host of the mindfulness podcast for kids 'Like You'—drops by to help expand our definition of mindfulness and what we should be learning from kids. [00:09] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[02:11] Noise Trend: Froot Loops Redesigned Toucan Sam, the Internet Hates It (https://tinyurl.com/ybgg8r2g)[07:22] Why designers making masks is great[10:13] Meg talks to Noah Glenn about the importance of broadening mindfulness and meditationLinks mentioned in today’s episode:Masks on Threadless: https://tinyurl.com/y9zafjbbMaks on Ugmonk: https://tinyurl.com/y9gln67eJosh Ariza’s Chomp: http://joshuaariza.com/store“Like You”: https://likeyoupodcast.com/“Sit There and Do Nothing”: https://sitthereanddonothing.com/Sponsoring this episode:Dribbble.com/ProLeave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us:Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter: @yourbuddymegInstagram: @yourbuddymegWebsiteNoah GlennTwitter: @NoahGlennInstagram: @noahglennWebsiteInterested in sponsoring this rad podcast?Email overtime@gmail.com
This week on Overtime, Meg recommends some virtual museum tours worth checking out, and gives you a rundown of how unemployment and PPP loans work as a self-employed creative right now. Plus, Charli Prangley and Femke van Schoonhoven stop by to talk about making time for side projects while balancing a full-time job, and how that heck that works.[00:10] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[01:59] Dribbble: Ten Virtual Museum Tours Every Designer Should Check Out [07:01] How to apply for freelance unemployment benefits[11:02] Bench: How to Calculate Your Paycheck Protection Program Loan Amount[15:49] Meg talks to Charli Prangley and Femke van Schoonhoven about finding time for side projects [30:28] Meg answers a question about a new design holiday from the hotlineLinks mentioned in today’s episode:Femke’s YouTube channelCharli’s YouTube channelDesign Life PodcastThanks to the sponsors of this episode:Domain.meLeave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us: Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter: @yourbuddymegInstagram: @yourbuddymegWebsiteFemke van SchoonhovenDribbble profileTwitter: @femkesvsInstagram: @femkesvsWebsiteCharli Prangley:Dribbble ProfileTwitterInstagramWebsiteDribbbleDribbble profileTwitter: @dribbbleInstagram: @dribbbleWebsiteInterested in sponsoring this rad podcast? Email overtime@gmail.com
Shut Up And Zoom

Shut Up And Zoom

2020-05-0630:231

This week on Overtime, Meg learns that popping into a Zoom room full of silent people is a thing that actually isn’t awkward, artists get creative with toilet paper to raise money for COVID-19 relief, and Eric Friedensohn joins to talk about making murals and building community. Plus, Meg gets a bunch of calls on the hotline this week that make her cry! [00:10] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[01:53] Why silent zooms are golden for focusing the mind [06:41] Artists are making toilet paper art to raise money[09:19] Meg talks to Eric Friedensohn about his career as a MuralistLinks mentioned in today’s episode:Murlalists website: http://muralists.co/Muralists Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/muralists/Focusmate: https://www.focusmate.com/Thanks to the sponsors of this episode:.MELeave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us: Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter: @yourbuddymegInstagram: @yourbuddymegWebsiteEric FriedensohnDribbble profileTwitter: @EFDOTInstagram: @EFDOTStudioWebsiteDribbbleDribbble profileTwitter: @dribbbleInstagram: @dribbbleWebsiteInterested in sponsoring this rad podcast? Email overtime@gmail.com
This week on Overtime, Meg and The Futur’s Matthew Encina discuss a new, self-destructing website, how to uncover the unique POV you have to offer the world, and tips for building more meaningful connections with people, both on and offline. [00:10] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[01:50] Fast Company: This Website Disappears if People Stop Posting On It[05:07] How to gain confidence in giving advice to others[10:32] Mistakes to avoid when networking, and how to network while social-distancingLinks mentioned in today’s episode:The FuturThe Futur on YouTubeThanks to the sponsors of this episode:Patreon: https://creativityovereverything.com/Leave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us:Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter: @yourbuddymegInstagram: @yourbuddymegWebsiteMatthew EncinaTwitter: @matthewencinaInstagram: @matthewencinaWebsiteDribbbleDribbble profileTwitter: @dribbbleInstagram: @dribbbleWebsiteInterested in sponsoring this rad podcast?Email overtime@gmail.com
Is Lo-Fi The New Hi-Fi?

Is Lo-Fi The New Hi-Fi?

2020-04-2225:301

This week on Overtime, we explore what design trends might look like once the pandemic is over, how to make engaging videos that reach your audience on Instagram, and why paying attention and documenting your feelings during this time in history might just pay off in the future. [00:10] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[01:50] Fast Company: Can Direct-To-Consumer Brands Survive the COVID-19 Apocalypse? [05:09] Wistia:  (Out of) Office Hours: Shooting Video by Yourself [16:52] Meg discusses George Saunders’ comments on Absorbing Information  Links mentioned in today’s episode:Lincoln in the Bardo, by George Saunders Civilwarland in Bad Decline: Stories and a Novella Thanks to the sponsors of this episode:Patreon: https://creativityovereverything.com/Leave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us: Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter: @darngoooodInstagram: @darngoooodWebsiteDribbbleDribbble profileTwitter: @dribbbleInstagram: @dribbbleWebsiteInterested in sponsoring this rad podcast? Email overtime@gmail.com
This week on Overtime, a new contest has designers creating the ugliest, worst logos you can imagine, and designers grab their pitchforks over a renowned publication’s controversial Tweet. Plus, Meg chats with lettering artist and illustrator extraordinaire Mary Kate McDevitt about being productive (or not) during self-isolation.[00:09] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[01:48] How Low Can Your Logo? A Bad Design Contest [03:37] AIGA Tweet About Advice For Recent Grads Stirs Controversy [11:15] Meg talks to Mary Kate McDevitt about trying to be productive during self-isolation. Links mentioned in today’s episode:Mary Kate McDevitt’s Skillshare Thanks to the sponsors of this episode:PatreonLeave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us: Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter: @darngoooodInstagram: @darngoooodWebsiteMary Kate McDevittDribbble ProfileTwitter: @MaryKateMcDInstagram: @MaryKateMcDevittWebsiteDribbbleDribbble profileTwitter: @dribbbleInstagram: @dribbbleWebsiteInterested in sponsoring this rad podcast? Email overtime@gmail.com 
Make What Ya Wanna Make

Make What Ya Wanna Make

2020-04-0826:211

This week on Overtime, designers use their skillsets to help those affected by COVID-19, while certain corporations attempt to exemplify social distancing through new branding efforts. Plus, tactile illustrator Alicja Colon joins Meg to chat about taking control of your creative destiny and making the dang thing already![00:08] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[02:41] Fork Over: Designers Use Their Skill Set To Assist Laid Off Workers[05:46] Creative Bloq: Audi’s New Socially Distanced Logo[09:55] Meg talks to Alicja Colon about taking your creative destiny in your own hands.Links mentioned in today’s episode:UnstationaryThanks to the sponsors of this episode:PatreonLeave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us:Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter: @darngoooodInstagram: @darngoooodWebsiteAlicja ColonDribbble ProfileTwitter: @alicjacolonWebsiteDribbbleDribbble profileTwitter: @dribbbleInstagram: @dribbbleWebsiteInterested in sponsoring this rad podcast?Email overtime@gmail.com 
We're All Human Mullets

We're All Human Mullets

2020-04-0125:081

This week on Overtime, Meg weighs in on the latest obsession with Animal Crossing and how it's helping designers cope, Nissan’s new logo redesign, and she responds to a listener voicemail! Plus, designer Mick Champayne joins the conversation to talk about injecting humor and personality into your work.[00:10] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[02:05] CNBC: The Psychology Behind Our Obsession with Animal Crossing[05:46] Creative Bloq: New Nissan Logo Redesign[08:51] Meg takes a voicemail about being grateful for what we have right now[09:59] Meg talks to Mick Champayne about balancing humor in your work and work life Thanks to the sponsors of this episode:PatreonLeave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us:Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter: @darngoooodInstagram: @darngoooodWebsiteMick ChampayneDribbble ProfileTwitter: @mickchampayInstagram: @mickchampayWebsiteDribbbleDribbble profileTwitter: @dribbbleInstagram: @dribbbleWebsite Interested in sponsoring this rad podcast?Email overtime@gmail.com 
The Show Must Go On

The Show Must Go On

2020-03-2527:072

This week on Overtime, we’re focusing on moments of light in all of the darkness of what’s happening. Meg tells us about an upcoming design event that’s actually happening, and how she plans to continue her freelance career while also supporting small businesses. Plus, she digs into Slack's new product updates and special guest Ashley Hohnstein joins us to share tips for how to have more mindful and helpful design critiques. [00:08] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[01:59] Canceled Con[05:39] Working On Continuing Your Career While Helping Small Businesses[10:54] Fast Company: New Version of Slack Aims to Help New Users[16:17] Meg talks to Ashley Hohnstein about improving critiquesLinks mentioned in today’s episode:LoomThanks to the sponsors of this episode:Dribbble ProLeave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us:Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter: @darngoooodInstagram: @darngoooodWebsiteAshley HohnsteinDribbble profileTwitter: @ashleyhohnsteinInstagram: @ashleyhohnsteinWebsiteDribbbleDribbble profileTwitter: @dribbbleInstagram: @dribbbleWebsiteInterested in sponsoring this rad podcast?Email overtime@gmail.com
Let's Be Alone Together

Let's Be Alone Together

2020-03-1828:352

Meg shares advice for working from home amidst the COVID-19 outbreak along with mental health tips to keep you sane. Plus, special guest Erik Westra joins us to talk about managing IRL events to keep the public safe and healthy.[00:08] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[01:47] Rundown of resources and experiences about working from home[06:59] Alma: COVID-19 Preparedness Guide for Mental Health Care Providers (https://tinyurl.com/qp2juj5) [14:24] Meg talks to Erik Westra about the state of event planning during the COVID-19 response.Links mentioned in today’s episode:Ben Lehnert’s OMGWFH: https://tinyurl.com/wwvfnh8Danielle Evans’ Twitter thread: https://tinyurl.com/rjrzmpk99u: Working From Home: A Beginner’s Guide: https://tinyurl.com/u8d2vllWestraco: https://tinyurl.com/uf28an6 Thanks to the sponsors of this episode:Oxygen:  Sign up for an Oxygen account, deposit $200 into your account, and use it 5 times in 60 days, and you’ll get $25 on us. Oxygen Banking Services provided by The Bancorp Bank, Member FDIC. Leave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us: Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter: @darngoooodInstagram: @darngoooodWebsiteDribbbleDribbble profileTwitter: @dribbbleInstagram: @dribbbleWebsite Interested in sponsoring this rad podcast? Email overtime@gmail.com
Illustrator Alice Lee joins Meg to co-host Overtime this week! Meg and Alice discuss a more eco-friendly Instagram interface, BMW’s new logo redesign, and how to let your inner style loose. [00:10] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[01:58] Fast Company: What Instagram Looks Like After an Eco-friendly Makeover (https://tinyurl.com/vs756op) [09:22] Creative Bloq: BMW Gets Most Radical Logo Change In Over 100 Years (https://tinyurl.com/v2kpykr) [17:43] How to let your personal style shine in your workLinks mentioned in today’s episode:https://www.normally.com/CarbonalyserAlice Lee’s Instagram Thanks to the sponsors of this episode:domain.meLeave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us: Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter: @darngoooodInstagram: @darngoooodWebsiteDribbbleDribbble profileTwitter: @dribbbleInstagram: @dribbbleWebsite Interested in sponsoring this rad podcast? Email overtime@gmail.com
PortfoliNO? PortfoliYES!

PortfoliNO? PortfoliYES!

2020-03-0421:541

In this episode, Meg shares tips for boosting your online presence as a designer and how to create a portfolio that reflects your unique personality. Plus, she digs into the latest news like whether putting IKEA furniture in a museum is art, and why the heck movie villains never use iPhones!  [00:09] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[02:11] Dribbble: 3 essential steps to boosting your online presence as a designer[06:17] Fast Company: If you sneak IKEA furniture into a museum, is it art?[10:48] Forbes: Apple won’t let villains use iPhones in movies[13:14] Portfolio Review Tips & Tricks Links mentioned in today’s episode:Had a baby it’s a boy Geico adThanks to the sponsors of this episodedomain.MELeave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us:Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter: @darngoooodInstagram: @darngoooodWebsiteDribbbleDribbble profileTwitter: @dribbbleInstagram: @dribbbleWebsite Interested in sponsoring this rad podcast?Email overtime@gmail.com
Dribbble’s Co-Founder Dan Cederholm joins us on this episode of Overtime! Meg and Dan discuss the role of designers today, face masks that are compatible with Face ID, self-publishing, and working on your own.[00:10] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[00:36] Catching up with Dan Cederholm[06:31] Medium: If Engineers are Talking to Users, Do We Still Need Designer?[11:20] Resting Risk Face: Facial ID Respiratory Masks[15:20] Meg and Dan discuss the process of self-publishing and working independently Links mentioned in today’s episode:Simplebits.comAdvencher.co This episode is brought to you by .ME, the most personal internet domain that puts your signature on your work. Take control over your online brand and show your prospective clients how awesome you are! Whether you decide on a YourNameSurname.ME combination or a well-known alias for your domain name, .ME is uniquely positioned to provide you with the space you need to create a captivating online persona that’s a direct reflection of you. Leave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us:Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter: @darngoooodInstagram: @darngoooodWebsiteDribbbleDribbble profileTwitter: @dribbbleInstagram: @dribbbleWebsite Interested in sponsoring this rad podcast?Email overtime@gmail.com
Butt What Can You Do?

Butt What Can You Do?

2020-02-1926:231

In this episode, Meg discusses Sears’ new rebrand, House Industries’ new hand-lettering manual, and the trailer for Wes Anderson’s new movie. Plus, Meg chats with Fanny Luor and Sean Suchara about designing for social good.[00:10] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[01:39] Creative Bloq: Sears’ New Rebrand[03:48] House Industries: New Lettering Manual Announcement[06:09] The French Dispatch trailer [09:46] Discussing design tooling and how it can help or hurt designersLinks mentioned in today’s episode:“But What Can I Do?” PlaygroundThanks to the sponsors of this episode:Oxygen:  Sign up for an Oxygen account, deposit $200 into your account, and use it 5 times in 60 days, and you’ll get $25 on us. Oxygen Banking Services provided by The Bancorp Bank, Member FDIC.Leave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us:Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter: @darngoooodInstagram: @darngoooodWebsiteDribbbleDribbble profileTwitter: @dribbbleInstagram: @dribbbleWebsite Interested in sponsoring this rad podcast?Email overtime@gmail.com
You’re listening to Overtime! In this episode, host Meg Lewis and today’s co-host Rogie King talk about a new design tool, Millennial rosy retrospection, and Amazon Dating. Plus, they dive into whether design titles and labels are harmful or helpful.  [00:11] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[02:29] Create With Play [05:54] Digital Arts Online: Opal Fruit Rebrand Designed From Memory [10:22] Amazon Dating: A Parody Dating Website [13:02] Discussing design tooling and how it can help or hurt designers[17:52] Can titles get in the way? Links mentioned in today’s episode:FramerFigma Thanks to the sponsors of this episode:Oxygen: Sign up for an Oxygen account, deposit $200 into your account, and use it 5 times in 60 days, and you’ll get $25 on us. Oxygen Banking Services provided by The Bancorp Bank, Member FDIC. Leave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us: Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter: @darngoooodInstagram: @darngoooodWebsiteDribbbleDribbble profileTwitter: @dribbbleInstagram: @dribbbleWebsite Interested in sponsoring this rad podcast? Email overtime@gmail.com 
Speaking of Speaking...

Speaking of Speaking...

2020-02-0524:571

This week on Overtime, we talk all things design events and conferences—which ones to attend, gender representation on stage, and tips for giving a good talk and sending speaking proposals. Plus, we get a bonus visit from special typography correspondent Ryan Arruda to deliver the latest type news. [00:09] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[01:32] AllDesignConferences.com: A List of all Design Conferences[03:53] Eye on Design: Breaking Down Speaker Gender Representation at Design Conferences  [08:19] Tips and Tricks for Speaking at a Conference[18:16] Special Correspondent Ryan Arruda’s Font RundownLinks mentioned in today’s episode:Grilli’s GT Alpina FontDavid Jonathan Ross’ Font of the Month Club House Industries’ Carnival Thanks to the sponsors of this episode:.MELeave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us: Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter: @darngoooodInstagram: @darngoooodWebsiteDribbbleDribbble profileTwitter: @dribbbleInstagram: @dribbbleWebsite Interested in sponsoring this rad podcast? Email overtime@gmail.com
WTF Aaron Carter

WTF Aaron Carter

2020-01-2928:122

You're listening to Overtime! Meg banters with hand lettering artist extraordinaire Lauren Hom about jerks who steal work, misty movie posters, and the joy of passion projects. Plus, a special sit-down with Ryan Scott Tandy, Director of Product Design at Instacart.[00:09] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[01:47] Forbes: Aaron Carter Steals Design from Jonas Jödicke[07:10] Lee Steffen via Twitter: The 10 Types of Movie Posters[10:37] The Advantages of Online Passion Projects with Lauren Hom[21:47] Finding the Right Work Environment with Instacart’s Ryan Scott Tandy Links mentioned in today’s episode:Lauren Hom’s website Lauren Hom’s WTFShouldiletter.comLauren Hom’s Ex-Boyfriend Tears Lauren Hom’s Daily DishonestJessica Hische’s Daily Drop CapDan Cassaro’s State Mottos Project Thanks to the sponsors of this episode:Instacart Careers Leave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with us: Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter: @darngoooodInstagram: @darngoooodWebsiteDribbbleDribbble profileTwitter: @dribbbleInstagram: @dribbbleWebsite Interested in sponsoring this rad podcast? Email overtime@gmail.com
Host Meg Lewis talks about the new Fisher-Price rebrand, Netflix-induced sleep loss, and why you should always show up as yourself.[00:09] Introducing the Episode with Meg Lewis[02:45] It’s Nice That: Pentagram Rebrands Fisher-Price’s Classic Logo[03:44] Eyes On Design: Netflix’s Biggest Competitor is Sleep[08:10] Turning Our Weaknesses Into Strengths[13:49] Using Social Media to Find Clients and Help Your Career###Links mentioned in today's episodeKurt Varner's Twitter thread about his color blindness###Leave some feedback:What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below!Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review.###Connect with us:Meg LewisDribbble profileTwitter : @darngoooodInstagram : @darngoooodWebsiteDribbbleDribbble profileTwitter : @dribbbleInstagram : @dribbbleWebsiteInterested in sponsoring this rad podcast?Email overtime@gmail.com
Welcome to new Overtime! In this episode, host Meg Lewis and today’s co-host Andy J. Pizza chat about design trends, foam pits, productivity, and the value of New Year’s resolutions. [00:09] Introducing Meg Lewis and the relaunched Overtime [02:45] Fast Company: These are the design trends that ruled the 2010s. It’s time to let them go [09:55] Creative Bloq: 20 top graphic design trends for 2020 [12:32] Design Week: Pantone’s Color of the Year: Classic Blue [15:03] New Year’s Resolutions [20:56] Goal Setting and List Making ###Links Mentioned in today's episode David Allen: The Mind Is For Creating Ideas, Not Holding Them ###Leave some feedback: What do you think about our new format? Please let us know in the comments below! Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. ###Connect with us: Meg Lewis Dribbble profile Twitter : @darngooood Instagram : @darngooood Website Andy J. Pizza Dribbble profile Twitter : @andyjpizza Instagram : @andyjpizza Website Dribbble Dribbble profile Twitter : @dribbble Instagram : @dribbble Website Interested in sponsoring this rad podcast? Email overtime@gmail.com
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Joseph Jumbam

this is the best design podcast ever

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