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  1. #12 Turning a side project into a business with Murat Multu from Marvel App — Perspective FM Podcast

    This week Jon welcomes designer founder Murat Mutlu from Marvel App to discuss what it’s like for a designer to leave the agency life behind and found a product company.It was great to hear about the journey, challenges and what the future has in store for this world class design tool. Marvel allows designers to turn their ideas into interactive prototypes that can be used to present and test. Find out more and sign up for Marvel AppFollow Marvel App on twitter  Find us onlineJon Darke - @darkejonEvery Interaction - @everyinteract / www.everyinteraction.comMurat Mutlu - @mutlu82 Questions, Comments & FeedbackiTunes  /  Overcast  /  Pocket Casts  /  RSS feed

    http://www.perspective.fm/podcasts/12-turning-a-side-project-into-a-business-with-murat-multu-from-marvel-app

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  2. Ask a Freelancer - Episode 1

    Ask a Freelancer is a new Cushion audio series where an experienced freelancer answers questions about freelancing.

    This episode’s questions include: - What’s the key to getting your first client? - How do you get new projects? - What’s the best way to transition from full-time to freelance?

    Hosted by Andy J Miller Music by Metavari Brought to you by cushionapp.com

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/cushionapp/ask-a-freelancer-episode-001
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  3. 213- Separation Anxiety | 99% Invisible

    “Für Elise” is one of the world’s most widely-recognized pieces of music. The Beethoven melody has been played by pianists the world over, and its near-universal recognition has been used to attract customers for companies as big as McDonald’s  and as small as your local ice-cream truck. But if you hear the song playing on the streets of Taiwan, accompanied by the low grumble of an engine, the only ice-cream you’ll find if you follow the tune will be the soupy remains of a neighbor’s Häagen-Dazs. In Taiwan, “Für Elise” means it is time to take out your trash. Directly out to the truck. Yourself.

    Separation Anxiety

    Podcast: Download (Duration: 18:31 — 17.0MB)Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

    http://99percentinvisible.prx.org/2016/05/17/213-separation-anxiety/

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  4. The Incomparable | The Incomparable Is People (Episode 300)

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    After 300 episodes, we discuss how our media-consumption habits have changed because of the podcast. Then we shift gears for a couple of drafts, and we answer a bunch of questions from listeners.

    May 14, 2016

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    After 300 episodes, we discuss how our media-consumption habits have changed because of the podcast. Then we shift gears for a couple of drafts, and we answer a bunch of questions from listeners.

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    https://www.theincomparable.com/theincomparable/300/index.php

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  5. EP78: Nathan Barry – cash flow therapy (Part 2) | Product People

    http://media.blubrry.com/productpeople/p/media.strongcaster.com/productpeople/ep078-nathan-barry.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSThis is part 2 of my conversation with Nathan Barry. In the past four months, he’s taken his burgeoning SaaS company (ConvertKit) from $1 million in annual recurring revenue to $2 million.

    That sounds exciting, but it wasn’t easy getting there. In this episode Nathan talks about the stress of being a new CEO, running out of money, not being able to get a loan, and finally figuring out a way to succeed.

    Personally, I completely ran out of money. Wells Fargo wouldn’t give me a loan.

    Show notes

    Nathan Barry on Twitter

    ConvertKit’s public revenue stats

    Justin’s other podcast: MegaMaker – making 100 things in 1 year

    Sponsor

    My friend Peldi (from Balsamiq) is sponsoring a whole month of MegaMaker podcasts. He’s offering my listeners $10 off Balsamiq Mockups 3 for Desktop (normally $89). USE COUPON CODE MEGAMAKER. Expires May 1st.

    Win 1 hour with Peldi! Enter the contest at megamaker.co/dreamsmall

    Note from Justin

    This interview is a smaller segment of a full-interview with Nathan Barry, available on Product People Club. Go to productpeople.club, and sign up for the waiting list. Screenshots are up now!

    Want to help the show? If you could go to iTunes leave a nice review that would be superb. Also: if you’re listening on Stitcher, please leave a review on there!

    Cheers,

    Justin Jackson@mijustin

    Music: Lethal Force by Striker, visit them at striker-metal.com

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    http://productpeople.tv/2016/04/06/ep78-nathan-barry-saas/

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  6. EP77: Nathan Barry – Three years in the desert (Part 1) | Product People

    http://media.blubrry.com/productpeople/p/media.strongcaster.com/productpeople/ep077-nathan-barry.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSThe last time I talked to Nathan, his web app (ConvertKit) had just hit $5,000 in MRR. In this two part series, Nathan describes how they grew that to $182,000 in monthly recurring revenue.

    I’m going to start more conference talks with: “Look, this worked for me. If you can get something from it great. But there’s no guarantees.” I’m not interested in being a thought leader anymore.

    Show notes

    Nathan Barry on Twitter

    ConvertKit’s public revenue stats

    Justin’s other podcast: MegaMaker – making 100 things in 1 year

    Sponsor

    My friend Peldi (from Balsamiq) is sponsoring a whole month of MegaMaker podcasts. He’s offering my listeners $10 off Balsamiq Mockups 3 for Desktop (normally $89). USE COUPON CODE MEGAMAKER. Expires May 1st.

    Note from Justin

    This interview is a smaller segment of a full-interview with Nathan Barry, available on Product People Club. Go to productpeople.club, and sign up for the waiting list. Screenshots are up now!

    Want to help the show? If you could go to iTunes leave a nice review that would be superb. Also: if you’re listening on Stitcher, please leave a review on there!

    Cheers,

    Justin Jackson@mijustin

    Music: Lethal Force by Striker, visit them at striker-metal.com

    Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInTumblrPinterest

    http://productpeople.tv/2016/04/01/ep77-nathan-barry-three-years-in-the-desert-part-1/

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