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Ep. 95 - Tuna Bora
by The Collective Podcast
published on 2015/03/30 08:00:51 +0000
Renowned illustrator and designer Tuna Bora joins us this week to share stories about her upbringing, how technology both helps and hinders her work process and everyday life, who some of her biggest inspirations are, and the challenges associated with being in a directorial position.
We dig super deep into the chaos of freelancing, and the struggles of determining the right rate, getting internships and a start in the industry, and the big headache of health insurance. Toward the end, we celebrate Chipotle and learn about Andrew’s experimental holiday Chipotlent.
Tuna’s Website: http://tunabora.com/
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Tony Zhou - Satoshi Kon Editing: https://vimeo.com/101675469
Fashion Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCsGLWrfE4Y
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Stefan Sagmeister: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Sagmeister
Dieter Rams: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dieter_Rams
Anthony Jones Livestream: http://www.livestream.com/robotpencil
Sample Contract & Proposal Agreements: http://ashthorp.com/info
Manage Your Day-to-Day: http://amzn.to/1fJneTb
Andrew’s Chipotlent Collage: https://instagram.com/p/0qtEPNpqF9/
“Bad design with good story survives. Good design with bad story or bad directing often doesn’t survive – and I don’t think that’s by coincidence.”
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…but you can get quite close to that. I use a Contour Shuttle Xpress under my left hand, mouse on the right. The shuttle has two rotary controllers and five buttons, all fully configurable to replicate mouse operations, keypresses or keypress combinations, and it automatically operates whatever application is in the foreground. In Blender it’s a zoom tool, but switch to Word and it’s instantly becomes a scroll wheel / and page up down controller. It’s much better than grinding away at the mouse wheel!
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