Listen to two creative women who work in tech talk about how they balance side projects on top of a full time job

Design Life is a podcast about design and side projects for motivated creators. It was born after your hosts, two serial side project addicts, saw a gap in the podcast market for a conversational show about design and the issues young creatives face, that was hosted by two women.

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090: Job hunting

August 14

In this episode we’re kicking off the start of a new mini-series about finding a new job. To start with we’re talking about the job hunt process and giving you advice for where to look for your new role and how to research a company to see if it’s a place you’d like to work. … Continued

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Charli

Charli

@charliprangley

Marketing designer at ConvertKit and with nearly 60,000 subscribers on YouTube, Charli speaks at conferences and runs her own online store.

Charli

Femke

@femkesvs

Designer at Atomic, Femke writes weekly about creative self-help and achieving your goals. She also interviews under-rated creatives on Medium.

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Design Life is one of the highlights of my week. Recorded in a conversational style, the Podcast is full of insights, advice and topics on design. I love it!

@SRHDesign

Design Life is a breath of fresh air in this noisy market of design podcasts. Charli and Femke share past experiences, failures, and aspirations. They’re in the trenches growing alongside us.

@BrentGalloway

Design Life is inspiring, motivating and thought-provoking. A must-listen for people in all stages of their creative careers!

@hollie_arnett

I highly recommend this week’s episode of Design Life! Extremely relatable experiences with being overwhelmed, and solid advice.

@zachgrosser

Shout out to Design Life for being awesome and helping me realize that side projects don't have to have a full time end goal

@itsoctopodes

Loved the Design Life episode on confidence and the sentiment that it comes from experience not always skill - keep working, keep improving

@ashRobDesign