Did I Do That?: Making Graphic Design & Mistakes

6/16/2022

Structurally Unsound Snowman (with Pete Bella)

Season 1, Ep. 14
Pete Bella of the University of Central Arkansas and host of the Design Dedux podcast joins Sean in a strange new-but-old place to talk Pal’s Sudden Service, the game changing power of the McIntosh, and the worst roommate you could possibly get paired with at RIT.You can find Pete’s work atpetebella.comand @petebellajr on Instagram. You can find his show, Design Dedux, atpetebella.com/designdeduxpodcastor wherever you find your podcasts!Follow "Did I Do That?" on some of the things via our website,dididothat.design! You can also findthe show’s Patreon there, should you find yourself in aBrewster’s Millionstype scenario where you need to get rid of money fast and any old thing will do (or, you know, if you just like this thing and want to help support its production). Either way is fine by me!If you enjoyed this episode and want to support the show, help spread the word! Five-star reviews are always welcome, as are written reviews if you need something to keep your idle hands at bay. Don’t want to deal with the hassle of stars or keys? Telling a friend IRL is a great way to avoid both, and helps the show plenty!Got a story to share?If you’re a graphic designer living in or traveling to the Portland metro area (or are in the Seattle or Vancouver areas) and have a song in your heart in the form of a goofy story about your past work that you need to share, reach out! Sean is booking out guests for summer and would love to have you on board. Emailhi@seanschumacher.comif you’re interested!
6/2/2022

Inane Courage (with Adam Garcia)

Season 1, Ep. 13
Los Angeles-based design powerhouse Adam Garcia (Creative Director at Apple Music) joins Sean to talk puzzle crimes, the Little Mermaid’s coffee adventure, and the ins and outs of mounting a production with the Mucinex Man. Call John Waters, ’cause we’re reviving Smell-O-Vision for this one!You can find Adam’s work atadamrgarcia.studioand on Instagram @adamrgarcia. You can find his podcast, “Dope Excerpts,” wherever you find podcasts—give it a listen!Follow "Did I Do That?" on some of the things via our website,dididothat.design! You can also findthe show’s Patreon there, should you find yourself in aBrewster’s Millionstype scenario where you need to get rid of money fast and any old thing will do (or, you know, if you just like this thing and want to help support its production). Either way is fine by me!If you enjoyed this episode and want to support the show, help spread the word! Five-star reviews are always welcome, as are written reviews if you need something to keep your idle hands at bay. Don’t want to deal with the hassle of stars or keys? Telling a friend IRL is a great way to avoid both, and helps the show plenty!Got a story to share?If you’re a graphic designer living in or traveling to the Portland metro area and have a song in your heart in the form of a goofy story about your past work that you need to share, reach out! Sean is booking out guests for late spring and summer and would love to have you on board. Emailhi@seanschumacher.comif you’re interested!
4/21/2022

It’s Gotta Be Moo (with Lizy Gershenzon)

Season 1, Ep. 10
Future Fonts co-founder Lizy Gershenzon joins Sean to talk pieces of flair, the opposite of missed connections, and The Rainbow Passage. We’re going back to high school and making font magic in an episode that’s got milk—just not in an officially licensed form. Learn more about Lizy at @lizyjoy on Instagram or Twitter. You can find Future Fonts and their HyperText at futurefonts.xyz. You can find Lizy and Travis’ type design studio Vectro Type Foundry at vectrotype.com! Follow "Did I Do That?" on some of the things via our website, https://dididothat.design! Our Twitter and Facebook are a veritable visual feast of poorly sourced stock photos related to each episode. Speaking of LinkedIn, did you know that you can also follow this show on LinkedIn—why not share the shame of your listenership with your most tangential professional contacts? If you enjoyed this episode and want to support the show, help spread the word! Five-star reviews are always welcome, as are written reviews if you need something to keep your idle hands at bay. Don’t want to deal with the hassle of stars or keys? Telling a friend IRL is a great way to avoid both, and helps the show plenty! Wanna be on the show? If you’re a graphic designer in the Portland metro area (or who will be coming to the Portland metro area) and have a song in your heart in the form of a goofy story about your past work that you need to share, reach out! Sean is booking out guests for late spring and summer and would love to have you join. Email hi@seanschumacher.com if you’re interested!
4/7/2022

Quark vs. InDesign: Alien Wars (with Jason Sturgill)

Season 1, Ep. 9
Illustrator, art director, and famous-cat haver Jason Sturgill joins Sean to talk screensaver dreamscapes, Henry Rollins’ snowstorm preparedness tips, and Instagram museums. It’s the episode that asks, what if we made a car entirely out of plastic? We’re building castles in the sky, just the two of us! Learn more about Jason’s work at jasonsturgill.com, or on Instagram (@jgspdx), Facebook (jasonsturgill), and LinkedIn (jasonsturgill)! Follow Did I Do That? on some of the things via our website, dididothat.design! Our Twitter and Instagram are a veritable visual feast of poorly sourced stock photos related to each episode. Speaking of LinkedIn, did you know that you can also follow this show on LinkedIn—why not share the shame of your listenership with your tangential professional contacts? If you enjoyed this episode and want to support the show, help spread the word! Five-star reviews are always welcome, as are written reviews if you need something to keep your idle hands at bay. Don’t want to deal with the hassle of stars or keys? Telling a friend IRL is a great way to avoid both, and helps the show plenty! Wanna be on the show? If you’re a graphic designer in the Portland metro area (or who will be coming to the Portland metro area) and have a song in your heart in the form of a goofy story about your past work that you need to share, reach out! Sean is booking out guests for late spring and summer and would love to have you join. Email hi@seanschumacher.com if you’re interested!