Latest Work

Speaking Engagements

Alternative Design Workflows in a "PostPSD" Era

As responsive design and progressive enhancement become mainstream design practices, the decades old approach of using Adobe Photoshop to comp up page designs for clients is becoming increasingly irrelevant.

Along with new tools to learn, there’s also the challenge of acclimating a client base that has been used to seeing fully-rendered Photoshop designs for decades. How do these new practices benefit them? This presentation looks at some “post-Photoshop” design practices and how they might fit into a designer’s workflow.

How To Be Creative

Jeremy was asked to guest lecture at the University of Missouri School of Journalism on the subject of creativity, most specifically HOW to do creative work.

Broadcast On Your Own Terms

How can someone make the best podcast they can, no matter the size of the production? Jeremy gives some thoughts during the opening keynote at PodCamp Pittsburgh 6.

Broadcast Appearances

Let's Make Mistakes

Jeremy joins Mike and Jessie to talk about working for a design studio, the design process, and “expression”.

Pixel Recess

Paul Armstrong uncovers Jeremy’s deepest feelings about Grid, Michael J. Fox, Wes Anderson vending machines and mustard.

The Big Web Show

Jeffrey Zeldman and Jeremy discuss advertising’s view of the web, the web’s view of advertising and evolving design processes.

The East Wing

Tim Smith talks with Jeremy about being a design director, hiring designers and the side projects he works on.

Show Me Your Mic

Chris Enns asks Jeremy about the trials of producing a video podcast and podcast appropriate sponsorship ideas.

The Cocktail Napkin

Jeremy’s “periodical of uncurbed ideas” on 5BY5, where a wide variety of guests discuss creativity, ideas and inspiration.

Central Standard

KCUR’s Jabulani Lefall interviews Jeremy about The Cocktail Napkin and creativity.

Creative Feedback

Gabriel Dorsey interviewed Jeremy for the premiere episode of Creative Feedback plus once again on the subject of ADHD and creativity.