UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 62: Teaching Design Theory with Jarrod Drysdale

Published May 19, 2017 by Jane Portman
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Portrait of Jarrod Drysdale

What’s the best way to teach design skills? How do you connect theory with practice? Today our guest is Jarrod Drysdale — designer, writer, and author of multiple educational products. You’ll learn what makes a good course, how to show-and-tell, and why it’s difficult to capture the real-life design process on screen.

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