We're starting off February this year by talking with entrepreneur and visual storyteller Jessica Bellamy. She specializes in creating eye-catching information graphics that are easy to understand and share, which is definitely needed in this current climate of "fake news".
Jessica talked about her exhibit titled The Black Woman Project, the progressive design scene in Louisville, Kentucky, and how she started her grassroots design studio GRIDS, which is currently working on a project about bringing awareness to the incarceration system. If you're trying to find someone that cares about her community and helps give back by using design, then look no further! Thank you for all you do Jessica!
- GRIDS: The Grassroots Information Design Studio
- GRIDS: The Grassroots Information Design Studio on Facebook
Come join the Revision Path community on Slack! http://revisionpath.com/slack
Check out the Revision Path store and buy a t-shirt or hoodie to help support the movement! Free shipping on orders of $30 and more from February 10-13! Use promo code FORYOU at checkout! http://revisionpath.com/store
February 27 will be our 4th anniversary episode, and you can be a part of the show! Send your comments and voice by February 24!
We're on iTunes and Stitcher as well! Visit http://revisionpath.com/iTunes or http://revisionpath.com/stitcher, subscribe, and leave us a 5-star rating and a review! Thanks so much to all of you who have already rated and reviewed us!
Interested in sponsoring the Revision Path podcast? Head on over to http://revisionpath.com/donate and help support the show!