A podcast and community inspiring the next generation of BIPOC design leaders

On the podcast, BIPOC designers, entrepreneurs, and technologists share stories of their challenges, triumphs, and the “why” behind their decisions. 

We’re also building a community for professionals to make connections, find resources and mentorship, and develop their skills. 

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Latest episode

Stretching the bounds of creativity and Advancing Women in Technology with Mindy Duong

Mic test. 1, 2, 3. You know, this interview should have been done in between karaoke songs. Why? Because Harrison and his guest share a love for singing. As a creative since the age of 3 and a pioneer in the field of UX and design, Mindy Duong is an eyewitness to its challenges and improvements, one of which is being the only woman in the room. So to give back to the community and show strong support to women in technology, she's been trying to help the younger generation, especially women, get into technology through Advancing Women in Technology. By helping promote technology, explaining, and sharing her experiences, she helps inspire the younger generation of women to stay creative. So listen to this episode to get to know more about Mindy, her advocacy, as well as her love for the arts.

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Over one hundred UX and Product Design terms are available in a searchable database all at your fingertips.

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We've had meetups from Oakland to Brooklyn. You can make connections, build soft skills, and develop your career. Details coming soon for upcoming events.

What listeners are saying

Solid guests & topics on design, UX, etc Thoughtful interviews that don’t dodge the details, and are conducted in a natural and cheerful style.

Bill in Pgh

Apple Podcasts

A great podcast that provides insights from the industry. Really enjoy the episodes so far, and the interview format creates both great dynamic and knowledge for each episode.

gogogobluee

Apple Podcasts

This is one of my go-to podcasts to listen to when I’m driving! The cadence of Harrison’s interaction with this guest is great. Normally, I play podcasts at 1.5x the speed because the conversation can be a bit slow, but not with this podcast. Harrison has such a wealth of knowledge and experience and I’m so glad that he created this podcast to share it with all of us! I love the versatility in the topics that Harrison discusses and the different dynamic and personality of each guest. Can’t wait to listen to future episodes!

ajkim0822

Apple Podcasts

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