“Well, you’re the designer”, a graphic design podcast from Solopress

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Solopress is excited to launch “Well, you’re the designer…”, a brand-new podcast where we delve into the everyday challenges and nuances of graphic design. It’s a journey from initial briefs to final sign-offs, with plenty of practical insights along the way that are sure to interest customers of solopress.com. Perfect for designers and marketers, this podcast is your insider guide to navigating the design world – and the client/agency relationship – with ease and expertise.

Three for one on graphic design podcasts!

As a special treat for our launch, we’ve released three new episodes all at once:

Episode 1: Make the logo bigger

It’s a request every designer hears. But is it always the right move? Join Matt and Rich as they dissect the aesthetic and commercial implications of supersizing logos.

Or listen to Ep 1 here

Episode 2: Show me a few versions

The all-too-common client brief: “Show me a few versions, I’ll know it when I see it.” This episode unravels how this approach can lead to analysis paralysis and its impact on brand identity.

Or listen to Ep 2 here

Episode 3: Faded background image with centralised text

A persistent design trend dissected. Why do clients love faded backgrounds with centralised text, and what are the pitfalls? The answers unfold in this episode.

Or listen to Ep 3 here

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Get involved with us!

We’re keen to hear your views and experiences. Share your thoughts on the podcast by commenting via our YouTube channel, and let us know what challenges you face in graphic design. Your input could shape our future episodes!