Season three drops and launch on Product Hunt
The next season of Technically Speaking kicks off today two fresh episodes from this June‘s San Francisco Design Week featuring Mercy Bell and Alyssa Hart from TAKE C4RE, and Maurice Cherry from
Revision Path. If you didn’t have a chance to join live now is your chance to listen to it in all of its edited glory! This entire season was produced and mastered with the folks from StudioPod so you have an opportunity to enjoy a high-fidelity experience.
Mercy Bell & Alyssa Hart
In this first-ever Technically Speaking live stream from the SF Design Week, Harrison Wheeler talks on stage with Alyssa Hart and Mercy Bell, the creators of T4ke Care, a unique virtual wellness event and platform. Join in and listen to Mercy and Alyssa’s journey creating this beautiful multi-sensory project built on heartwarming human stories.
It is the second day of Technically Speaking at the SF Design Week. Harrison sits down with Maurice Cherry, host and creator of the Revision Path Podcast, an award-winning weekly showcase of black designers, artists, developers, and digital creatives from all over the world. Join in and listen to Maurice talk about the design world, his journey creating this project, and the lessons he has learned from talking to over 400 guests on his show.
Technically Speaking also launched on Product Hunt today! Product Hunt surfaces the best new products, every day from mobile apps, websites, hardware projects, and tech creations. You can support the podcast by upvoting it and sharing with your network. Can we get it be the most “Hunted” of the day?
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