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Maurice Cherry

Maurice Cherry

Atlanta, GA Founder/Editor-in-Chief, Revision Path Joined over 4 years ago via an invitation from Nathan P.

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  • Posted to Revision Path Ep. 238: Renee Reid, senior UX research designer at LinkedIn, Apr 16, 2018

    Research is such an important part of the design process, and no one can attest to that fact more than Renee Reid. As senior UX design researcher at LinkedIn, the process of search and discovery is crucial to her work in helping connect professionals worldwide.

    Renee walked me through a typical day working with project managers, designers, and other researchers, and we touched on the increasing popularity of UX roles in the design industry. She also shared some of the goals she has for the year, and talks about what fuels her drive for success. Major props to Renee for blazing a trail and showing the next generation of designers they’re not alone in this field!

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  • Posted to Revision Path Ep. 237: Shannon Boone, creative director at Sesi Magazine, Apr 09, 2018

    When I was a kid growing up in rural Alabama, magazines were my gateway to the world. But these days, Internet and social media have become that gateway, so where does that leave magazines for kids? My search led me to Shannon Boone, creative director for Sesi Magazine, a quarterly print magazine dedicated to celebrating Black teen girls.

    We talked about how Shannon first got involved at Sesi, and from there we talked about how she helps put Sesi together, how she became interested in magazine design, and what inspired her to continue in design after a number of setbacks. I really love how Shannon’s positive attitude and outlook on her career, and I think she brings that to every issue of Sesi as well!

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  • Posted to The Glitch.com community is now open-source. , in reply to Aryon Hopkins , Apr 06, 2018

    Haha -- yeah, those comments were me! When you click the rewind button in the left sidebar, that will bring up the Rewind console, and you can scrub the cursor there through the timeline to see who made edits (and what was edited). It's our take on version control called Rewind.

    And yes, the subdomains are unique to your project and can be changed to anything you like! But this is great feedback that I can take back to the team. Keep tinkering and let me know what else you come up with!

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  • Posted to The Glitch.com community is now open-source. , in reply to TanyaL L , Apr 04, 2018

    You don't need to have a tech background to use Glitch! Start by remixing any of the apps you see, or just experiment with the editor by starting a new project.

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  • Posted to The Glitch.com community is now open-source. , in reply to Aryon Hopkins , Apr 04, 2018

    I just joined and remixed it -- looks good so far.

    When you say you get lost in the interface, what's losing you in particular? (Disclaimer: I work for Fog Creek, so I can take this input back to the team.)

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  • Posted to The Glitch.com community is now open-source. , Apr 04, 2018

    Thanks for sharing, Amanda!

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  • Posted to Revision Path Ep. 236: Eddie Opara, partner at Pentagram, Apr 02, 2018

    It's not an understatement to say that Eddie Opara is one of the most well-known multifaceted Black designers today. As a partner for Pentagram, his work spans a number of media -- web, print, packaging, UI, installations, environments...you name it. It's really a privilege and an honor to speak with him not just about what he's done and his creative process, but about him as a person as well.

    We spend some time talking about how he works with his team and with clients, and from there we go into Eddie's early life and career between London and NYC. We also included a few questions from our patrons, and Eddie gives some sage advice for the next generation of designers. It's a pretty wide-ranging interview, and I'm so glad Eddie was able to share his story and his thoughts with us!

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  • Posted to Revision Path Ep. 235: Daniel Dickson, creative director at Vevo, Mar 26, 2018

    If you saw this year’s 28 Days of the Web, then this week’s guest is probably already familiar to you! Meet Daniel Dickson, a creative director in NYC for the super popular music video service Vevo. Daniel works on the brand side of Vevo, where he manages his own design team and works closely with the music industry as well.

    Daniel and I talked about his beginnings here in Atlanta, and how he structured his career to lead him to New York and his current position. He also talked about the challenges of building a creative team, his former work at Nickelodeon and Tribeca Film Festival, and what motivates him the most. Thank you Daniel for being an inspiration!

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  • Posted to Revision Path Ep. 234: Anthony Daniel II, senior interaction designer at Honeywell Aerospace, Mar 19, 2018

    Do you ever think about how the software that pilots use is designed? If so, then this week's interview is for you! Meet Anthony Daniel II, a senior interaction designer who works in the aerospace field. Our conversation begin with a dive into the world of interaction design, and I even shared a bit about my brief time working for NASA!

    From there, we talked about whether UX is being taken seriously as a design discipline, and Anthony talked about his creative beginnings, along with some of his dream projects he wants to do in the next few years. According to Anthony, collaboration is essential for design success, and I couldn't agree more. Enjoy!

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  • Posted to Revision Path Ep. 233: Hadiya Williams, art director, designer, founder of Black Pepper Paperie Co., Mar 12, 2018

    I met Hadiya Williams at last year’s Black in Design Conference at Harvard University, and I have been a fan ever since then. Hadiya’s background in art direction and design are on full display through Black Pepper Paperie Co., her design and maker’s studio that focuses on boutique event design and one-of-a-kind handmade clayware and printed works.

    We started off talking about the Washington DC design scene, and Hadiya walked me through a regular day for her while discussing why she started her studio. Hadiya also talked about her sources of inspiration, what she’s excited about next, and talked about her dream project. Hadiya says that she designs like an artist, and I think that’s definitely reflected in her amazing work!

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