Celebrating the vibrant world of podcasts, we’re thrilled to introduce a curated collection of indie design podcasts that bring a fresh wave of creativity to the design realm.
These podcasts are more than just typical design discussions or standard tutorials. They represent genuine, raw, and pioneering dialogues that showcase the brilliance and innovation in design.
Picture this: you, your go-to headphones, and the most enthralling voices from the design cosmos. Featuring designers who’ve redefined norms to craftsmen who’ve perfected the blend of aesthetics and utility, these podcasts are your gateway to the multifaceted universe of design.
Why choose indie? Because indie podcasters epitomize spontaneous storytelling. They’re the pioneers who shape their unique creative narratives and share content that resonates deeply. This level of genuine connection is unparalleled.
So, whether you’re deeply rooted in design, have an emerging creative spirit, or simply intrigued by the craftsmanship behind daily items, these podcasts promise a unique experience. Dive into a world of inspiration, design wisdom, and countless enlightening moments.
A heartfelt salute to the incredible hosts who infuse these shows with their creativity. And to our wonderful listeners, thank you for joining us on this invigorating adventure. Turn up the volume, press play, and let’s explore the Top 5 Indie Design Podcasts in unison!
Stay inspired, stay bold, and always embrace the indie spirit.
Design is everywhere in our lives, perhaps most importantly in the places where we’ve just stopped noticing.
99% Invisible is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture. From award winning producer Roman Mars. Learn more at 99percentinvisible.org.
Roman Mars is on a mission to describe the cities that shaped who he is and how he thinks about design. Next up, Santa Fe.
Santa Fe wasn’t always on the proverbial map — in fact, the Santa Fe railroad just passed it on by. A lot of care has been taken to keep Santa Fe cute and quaint over its history, with steps to preserve native architecture and historical design. The result is a mixture of structures old and new, but mostly made to look old, for better or worse.
Note: This series is made possible by the new 2024 Lexus GX and SiriusXM.
A lovingly crafted podcast that reveals the stories behind the world’s most recognizable and interesting sounds.
If you listen to vintage music, one of the first things you’ll notice is the complete lack of bass. But turn on a Top 40 station today, and you’ll hear song after song with deep, sub-ratting bass tones. So how and why did this change happen? For this episode, we worked with OnePlus to tell the story of our collective obsession with bass, and the one device that transformed the sound of popular music. Featuring hip-hop legend DJ Jazzy Jeff and Roland’s Paul McCabe.
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A Weekly Podcast Companion for Your Creative Journey.
Nice Try’s second season, Interior, is all about the lifestyle products that have been sold to us over and over, and the promises of domestic self-improvement they have made, kept, and broken.
From Curbed, New York Magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
On this season of Nice Try, we’ve asked why we bring certain goods into our homes. What kinds of utopia they promise, and what they deliver with the latest technology. But even the most faddish of gadgets might just improve a person’s life, because we can fall in love with things. Join us for the last episode of Season Two: a love story.
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Welcome to the Gaming Blender Podcast, where hosts Matt and Scott combine random game genres and elements to create exciting hypothetical games.
Join us on a creative journey as we blend puzzle-solving with action-adventure, strategy with role-playing, and more. Each episode takes you through our process, discussing gameplay mechanics, captivating storylines, and immersive worlds.
Whether you’re a gaming enthusiast or a budding developer, our podcast offers endless inspiration. Explore new narratives, intriguing characters, and engaging gameplay dynamics.
The Gaming Blender Podcast challenges traditional gaming norms, delivering fresh ideas and thought-provoking concepts.
Join Matt and Scott as imagination meets innovation, forging the future of gaming. Tune in, subscribe, and unlock the gateway to endless possibilities!
Strap on your overalls, folks, because we're pitching a strategic farming game that's not just about planting seeds, but also planting the seeds of an empire. Picture fortifying your homestead, reviving an ancient colony, and juggling the challenges of diplomacy and defence. We dream up a steampunk Western Frontier, where every farm has its own train station for trade and tactical manoeuvres, and coin the term ”Farm Total War” for our hypothetical hit. It's all aboard the hype train in this episode, so don't miss the departure!
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