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Solopress Introduces Graphic Design Podcast Titled "Well, You're The Designer”

Press release from the issuing company

SOUTHEND-ON-SEA, UK -Solopress, one of the UK’s leading online print companies, is proud to announce the launch of their new podcast, "Well, You're The Designer". This engaging series offers an inside look at the challenges and intricacies of graphic design, from initial briefs to final signoffs.

Aimed at graphic designers, marketers and entrepreneurs, “Well, You’re The Designer” is a podcast that explores the tricky business of turning someone’s ideas into images. The team discusses the challenges that crop up in everyday design briefing situations, finding the underlying cause of why they occur and how they can be navigated.

Each week, graphic designers Matt Bruty and Richard Kemp will talk through a specific issue that can obstruct the process and put a strain on the client-designer relationship. Asking the questions and translating for the layperson is Danny Powell from Solopress’ Marketing Team.
To celebrate the launch, Solopress has released not one, but three episodes:

Episode 1: Make the Logo Bigger – A classic design request with hidden depths. Matt and Rich delve into the aesthetic and commercial consequences of enlarging logos. Listen to Episode 1 here on AudioBoom or watch on YouTube.

Episode 2: Show Me a Few Versions – Unpacking a common client brief that can lead to analysis paralysis. This episode explores the impact of requesting multiple design versions. Tune into Episode 2 on AudioBoom or YouTube.

Episode 3: Faded Background Image with Centralised Text – Why is this trend so prevalent, and what are its pitfalls? Find out in Episode 3, available on AudioBoom and YouTube.

For those interested in keeping up with the latest insights and discussions in graphic design, subscribing to the podcast is easy. "Well, You're The Designer" is available on various platforms, including AudioBoom for audio streaming and the Solopress YouTube channel for video episodes.

Listeners and viewers are encouraged to join the dialogue and share their experiences by commenting directly on the YouTube episodes. This engagement enriches the conversation around artwork briefing, benefiting both graphic design and broader marketing audiences.

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