UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 178: Your Personal Design Style with Meg Lewis

Published July 10, 2020 by Jane Portman

Portrait of Meg Lewis

“Being yourself” is an important success factor, especially in creative industries. So how can designers explore their own personal design style without fear? Our guest today is designer, comedian and performer Meg Lewis. You’ll hear Meg’s tips on determining personal style while unlearning norms and standards, and how to confidently inject that style into your client work and other projects.

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