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This week on Arts & Seizures, solo host Mike Edison welcomes Steven Heller and Douglas Riccardi to the show to speak on the stratosphere of design. Steven is an art director and author of scads of books while Douglas is a graphic artist that particularly works on menu design for top restaurants. Looking at menu design as a way of giving customers the personality of the restaurant, for instance, the group engages in a conversation about some of their projects and their respective workflows, as well as their opinions on the infamous Comic Sans type. Another big discussion revolves around design occurring on a computer rather than being drawn up by hand. Tune in for some expert opinions on menu design, the evolution of type throughout the years, and, of course, some crazy stories! This program was brought to you by Roberta's Pizza.

"The hand is something that an artist can't live without." [8:25]

--Steven Heller on Arts & Seizures

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Imagine the grocery store of the future. In 2065, what does the cart look like? Is there a produce section? Thinking about what food looks like in the future, can influence what we do with our food today. At Studio Industries in Brooklyn, the team uses design thinking and technology to create new products, solve old problems and imagine the future of food. Guest: Mike Lee, Studio Industries Founder and CEO. This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

"I think packaged food is a very new industry... we're starting to get into the second draft of what it could look like. How can we make it more sustainable and healthy, not just for people but for the planet? [16:00]

--Mike Lee on Tech Bites

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Can design change the world? How can you make a difference through design? Learn about the many ways that artists can give back and make a big difference on the season finale of After the Jump with Grace Bonney. Grace is joined by Dawn Hancock of Firebelly Design for a discussion on how designers and artists can give back to the community in unconventional ways. Tune in and hear how you can help make change with your time, your products and your skills. What do you have to offer? Who do you want to help? Get in the spirit of giving on an insightful and charity themed episode of After the Jump. This program was brought to you by Mail Chimp.

"No matter what field you work in - there's always a way to give back to people you care about and who most need it. Doing work that benefits the greater good always comes with benefits that are hard to replicate in other places." [25:00]

--Grace Bonney on After the Jump

"Volunteering is an example where it's not about how much money you have or a specific skill set - it can just be about your time and spending time with somebody who could use your experise. Finding a cause that really speaks to you is a great way to do that." [12:00]

--Dawn Hancock on After the Jump


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