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May 13, 2018 4:52 AM

What Creative People Want With Bonnie Siegler - This Week's Six Pixels Of Separation Podcast

Episode #618 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Mirum Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to.

I first met Bonnie Siegler abut a decade ago. We were both new to the TED community and would (randomly) run into each other. I knew she was a graphic designer and led a creative studio, but I had no idea just how respected and regarded she was in the design world. Over the years she has become one of the most respected graphic designers in the world. Bonnie is the founder of Eight and a Half. Her impressive clients include The New Yorker, Late Night with Seth Meyers, HBO, The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and many more. Prior to Eight and a Half, Bonnie co-founded the design studio Number 17, and their clients included Saturday Night Live, 30 Rock, Sex and the City, Foreign Affairs Magazine and more. While at Number 17, Bonnie also served as Creative Director of Newsweek after overseeing its complete redesign. Bonnie is now the author of two books: Dear Client (which is a guide for people who work with creatives) and Signs of Resistance (which is a visual history of protest in America). Bonnie was voted one of the 50 most influential designers working today by Graphic Design USA and was a featured designer in the Art Director Club's Legacy Project. She served as the chairman of the 2013 AIGA national design conference. In this episode, we focused on her new book, Dear Client and what businesses need to work better with creative people. Enjoy the conversation...

You can grab the latest episode of Six Pixels of Separation here (or feel free to subscribe via iTunes): Six Pixels of Separation - The Mirum Podcast #618.

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