Skipper Chong Warson is the proud creator and producer of this podcast.
He is a seasoned design director in the digital product space committed to unblocking and growing others' work and careers. For him, the collaborative and iterative process of creating enduring, delightful, human-centered digital and physical experiences has been rewarding but the path and process by which we make in the world is just as important because there’s nothing valiant in working unnecessarily and burning people out. He believes that openness, empathy, and collaboration are key to doing the right kinds of work and, as a result, creating powerful agents of change.
Making this show every week is intended to be a flex of curiosity, empathy, and sitting in the tension of uncertainty.
Skipper is currently located in the San Francisco Bay Area, living with his wife, his daughter, and a rescue Korean Jindo. He writes on Medium, snaps photos on Instagram, tweets here and there, but rarely goes on to, if we're being honest, LinkedIn and Facebook.
22 December 2020 | Season 1 | 50 mins 32 secs
hiring, job search, recruiter, recruiting, remote work
In this episode, Skipper chats with Jackie Velasquez-Ross about being a recruiter in creative/technology and what to do if you're looking for a new job — or an upgrade one you already have
15 December 2020 | Season 1 | 32 mins 56 secs
covid-19, holiday travel, novel coronavirus, stay-at-home orders, travel, ucsf, vaccine
In this episode, Skipper chats with Dr. Peter Chin-Hong from UCSF about the novel coronavirus and COVID-19
8 December 2020 | Season 1 | 47 mins 12 secs
arts impact, mirror neurons, stage acting
In this episode, Skipper chats with Amy Kim Waschke about being a theatre actor as well as the larger impact of the arts on our society
1 December 2020 | Season 1 | 41 mins 30 secs
creative director, design, designer, distraction, focus, jake kahana, work
In this episode, Skipper chats with Jake Kahana about focus work and distraction
17 November 2020 | Season 1 | 2 mins 4 secs
Introducing How This Works