Revision Path

Revision Path is an award-winning design podcast that showcases the world's Black designers, developers, and digital creatives. On each episode, host Maurice Cherry explores the stories, processes, experiences, insights and inspirations of these awesome c

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318: Dee Tuck

October 28, 2019


As an engineering manager at Abstract, Dee Tuck juggles a lot. But whether it's overseeing teams or recruiting and retaining talent, Dee makes sure that diversity and inclusion are a crucial element of her work from day to day. That's where we began our c


317: Adrian Franks

October 21, 2019


Adrian Franks is a one-of-a-kind renaissance man. His work as a UX creative director at IBM focuses on experience design (iX) for their global business services brand, but trust me -- his skills don't stop there. Our conversation began with Adrian walking


316: Sabrina Dorsainvil

October 14, 2019


Civic design focuses on the common good, and no one quite sums up just how vital that is to our local communities than this week's guest, Sabrina Dorsainvil. As the director of civic design for the Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics in Boston, MA, she


315: Dantley Davis

October 07, 2019


Dantley Davis has been a mainstay in the Silicon Valley tech and design community for almost 20 years. His work at PayPal, SAP, Yahoo!, Netflix, and Facebook have all led him to his current role as VP of design and research for one of the most well-known


314: Dr. Quaneisha Penha

September 30, 2019


We've had several people from Facebook on Revision Path before, but this week's conversation with Dr. Quaneisha Penha is a special one. As a user experience researcher, her work spans many of the industries and disciplines that make up the Facebook experi


Introducing Function with Anil Dash

September 25, 2019


Check out Function with Anil Dash, which is returning for Season 2 on the Glitch Media Network! Our culture is shaped by technology, and the people building that technology determine how it's changing our lives. But who are they? And how do they think ab


313: André Mack

September 23, 2019


Winemaker. Sommelier. Author. Creative Director. Designer. These are just a few words that describe the force that is André Mack. Whether he's at his vineyards in Oregon or opening up a new business in New York City, André is proof that you


312: Randall Wilson

September 16, 2019


One of the best things about Revision Path is that it allows our audience the opportunity to learn about so many great designers and their work, and Randall Wilson is a prime example of that. Randall is the UX design lead for the digital messaging team at


311: Erin Newby

September 09, 2019


How much do you factor accessibility into your work? If the answer isn't "a lot", then hopefully this week's interview with Erin Newby will give you some insight. Erin has recently struck out on her own, and she brings years of product design experience w


310: Brian Douglas

September 02, 2019


While many technology companies these days have developer advocates, it may not be immediately clear to the rest of us exactly what it is they do. Advocating for developers at a tech company should be easy, right? Well, there's more to it then what the ti


309: Nicole Davis

August 26, 2019


One of the great things about Revision Path is that each guest shows that you can really carve your own path to success in the design and tech industries, and Nicole Davis is no exception! As a digital product owner at global insurance company Marsh, Nico


308: Jaline McPherson

August 19, 2019


If you're a long time listener of Revision Path, then you have definitely heard me sing the praises of the Black in Design Conference that takes place every other year at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. The next conference takes place in


307: Isaak Hayes

August 12, 2019


It's a rare occurrence when I get the chance to talk with someone at a crossroads in their career, so this conversation with Isaak Hayes is especially interesting. Isaak has worked in a variety of roles in both large tech business and startups, most notab


306: Jeremi Dudu

August 05, 2019

We're kicking off August with an inspirational conversation with Jeremi Dudu. By day, Jeremi works at Salesforce as a UX designer on Philanthropy Cloud, a platform that turns employees into citizen philanthropists by empowering them to give back and make


305: Sarah Huny Young

July 29, 2019

Sarah Huny Young is an ambitious and thoughtful award-winning creative director and artist. Her accomplishments and accolades are well deserved and humbly appreciated. Her passion project, 'American Woman', uniquely and profoundly showcases black women's


Welcome to Revision Path!

July 25, 2019

This is Revision Path, an award-winning weekly interview podcast that showcases the world's best Black designers, developers, and digital creatives. If you're looking to get inspired, then tune in each week for in-depth conversations that explore the cre


304: Samuel Green

July 22, 2019

This week, I sat down with Samuel Green -- a product designer at Airbus Aerial in Atlanta, GA and a visual artist. Samuel is also the owner of Studio Mobius, which they call "a small creative group composed of like-minded humans who think differently." Sa


303: Brian Cherry

July 15, 2019

Brian Cherry is driven and passionate about design! He's a true hustler--not only is he the Creative Director of Nutrisystem but he also runs his own design agency Cherry Fresh Designs. Brian is a nonstop force to be reckoned with in this industry and he


302: Jamil Bonnick

July 08, 2019

Jamil Bonnick isn't just an experienced Product Designer, with a keen eye for design but he's also a storyteller. While we discussed his background and career journey, and his new job at Etsy, our conversation was so much more! Our chat spanned a number o


301: 300th Episode Celebration!

July 01, 2019

How do you celebrate 300 episodes of dynamic conversations and thought-provoking opinions? You invite two leaders in the industry to sit down and dig even deeper! We recorded this episode live in New York's Green Space with over 50 guests for an intimate


300: Hannah Beachler

June 24, 2019

Fruitvale Station. Miles Ahead. Creed. Moonlight. If you've seen any of these films over the past few years, then you're familiar with the work of Hannah Beachler. You may also know her for her Afrofuturist design direction on Black Panther, becoming not


299: Rich Smith

June 17, 2019

Netflix is a major player in the entertainment industry, and their streaming video service is available nearly worldwide on smart TVs, game consoles, mobile phones, and more. But how do they provide such a consistent visual experience to millions of custo


298: Husani Barnwell

June 10, 2019

Husani Barnwell not only has two impressive degrees under his belt from Parsons and Harvard, a mile long resume, but he continues to reinvent himself. He is a storyteller, a designer, and a leader in the industry. His passion and drive shine through in hi


297: Brett Marshall

June 03, 2019

Designing for public safety might not sound like the most exciting job, but that's because you haven't heard Brett Marshall describe it. As the principal designer at CentralSquare, he helps design interfaces that are used by police officers, first respond


296: Shar Biggers

May 27, 2019

I first heard of about Shar Biggers from one of our past guests, Ida Woldemichael, and from just the first few minutes of our conversation I knew that this was going to be a great interview. Like Ida, Shar worked on the Hillary for America campaign, and h


295: Angelica Quicksey

May 20, 2019

Angelica Quicksey's insights into civic design are unique and insightful. She designs federal government services with a focus on digital transformation. As a recent graduate with two masters degrees from Harvard University, she is also now co-teaching a


294: Abraham Asefaw

May 13, 2019

Abraham Abbi Asefaw is not only an inspiring entrepreneur who has founded two agencies but a relatable and inspiring voice in the industry. As the Co-Founder of The Pop Up Agency, which he created before he turned 30, Abraham has stepped into his role as


293: Kim Williams

May 06, 2019

Kim Williams isn't just a design director but a thoughtful and sincere leader. She takes her responsibility and mission at []( very seriously and graciously leads a team of over 100 people while trying to create a well designe


292: Melvin Hale

April 29, 2019

Melvin Hale may say he's "a regular guy who beat the odds," but with twenty years of design experience and a decade of design leadership under his belt, he's so much more than regular. We started off talking about Melvin's current work at Facebook, and q


291: Dexter Ferguson

April 22, 2019

Dexter Ferguson’s enthusiasm for design and innovative spirit shines through in this latest episode of Revision Path! Dexter has been in the design world for only a few years but he’s already a passionate and knowledgeable voice in the industry. His life


290: Will Miner

April 15, 2019

A common theme on Revision Path is that there's no set path to being a part of the design industry. Will Miner, the senior director of UX at the education company 2U, is a prime example of this. As technology helps level the playing field for a number of


289: Dave Hall

April 08, 2019

David Hall has his finger on the pulse of all things television and entertainment. His unique perspective as the VP of OWN’s digital design group allows him to watch trends unfold and evolve across different platforms. As a veteran in the design sphere, h


288: Jonathan Sangster

April 01, 2019

If you're a part of Chicago's design scene, then you've no doubt heard of the multitalented Jonathan Sangster. They are currently an assistant professor of design at Chicago State University, and they also collaborate on projects involving visual art, des


287: Shani Sandy

March 25, 2019

Shani Sandy is a real mover and a shaker in this industry. As a design executive for IBM, she combines business leadership and creative concepts to help advance design thinking for clients all over the world. But how did she go from freelance work to bein


286: Alanna Marshall

March 18, 2019

If you want to know what it's like working in the high-paced field of advertising, then this week's interview is for you! Meet Alanna Marshall, an associate creative director at [Ten35]( in Chicago. Whether she's presenting to clien


285: Shaun Mosley

March 11, 2019

Shaun Mosley is one busy guy! By day, he's a software designer and interaction designer, and as part of Intuit's Design System team, he helps build the components and interactions for popular financial apps like Mint and QuickBooks. Outside of work, Shaun


284: The State of the Internet 2019

March 04, 2019

Revision Path has had quite a journey, so for our 6th anniversary, we're going to take some time to go over the highlights (and lowlights) of the past year, and give you a sneak peek into what's coming up on the horizon. Also, we've got a special treat —


283: Alana Washington

February 25, 2019

I have really enjoyed talking with some members of the Capital One Digital Team this month, and what better way to wrap up the month than to talk about the woman who helped make all this possible -- Alana Washington! As the strategy lead on the data exper


282: Belindah Jones

February 18, 2019

How do you define success? If you haven't thought about this, then this week's interview with Belindah Jones will help put you in the right frame of mind to answer it. Belindah works a UX designer with Capital One's Digital Team, and she brings a rich his


281: Arneice Hart

February 11, 2019

Our look at the Capital One Digital team continues this month with the talented multidisciplinary designer Arneice Hart. She works as a senior product designer at Capital One, and her work involves reducing people's financial anxiety and helping change ba


280: Jamika D. Burge, PhD

February 04, 2019

Meet Jamika D. Burge, PhD, dean of Eno University and a “human computer scientist” who works at the intersection of tech and design. She focuses on inclusitvity in AI and machine learning, and truly proves that tech and design aren’t just one-dimensional


279: Richard Bentham

January 28, 2019

When I met exhibit designer Richard Bentham last summer while in Washington DC, I immediately wanted to have him come on the show. Museums play such a pivotal part in our understanding of history, and I thought it would be fascinating to explore that with


278: Annyce Davis

January 21, 2019

There's a lot of A's in this episode — Amsterdam, Android, and Annyce Davis! As the software team lead for ZOLA Electric, Annyce has helped the company become the leading renewable energy brand in Africa. Apart from this, Annyce is an international confer


277: Aisha Blake

January 14, 2019

You might not think of Detroit as a city for tech, but web developer Aisha Blake is helping change that perspective. She works as a web developer for Detroit Labs fosters the next generation of tech speakers through Detroit Speakers in Tech, and her story


276: Abimbola Idowu

January 07, 2019

We're kicking off 2018 in Berlin! Meet Abimbola Idowu, a software engineer for SAP, one of the largest tech companies in Europe. Abimbola may be fairly new to Berlin, but he's already making his mark and spends his spare time cycling and exploring the cit


275: Omayeli Arenyeka

December 31, 2018

We're closing out the year here on Revision Path with artist and technologist Omayeli Arenyeka. I first learned about her work when she wrote into Revision Path earlier this year, and then we crossed paths again when I started covering her creative tech p


274: Courtney Pinter

December 24, 2018

Our international design series continues here on Revision Path, and our next stop is Zurich, Switzerland! Meet Courtney Pinter, a multidisciplinary creative who currently works as a senior creative at world-renowned flavor company Givaudan. Courtney is o


273: Karl Hudson Phillips

December 17, 2018

When I first met Karl a few years ago at HOW Design Live here in Atlanta, I knew I had to have him on the show because he embodies something special about the design community. Originally from Trinidad and Tobago, Karl came here to the U.S. for college, l


272: Analise Cleopatra

December 10, 2018

Analise Cleopatra is living proof that sometimes the things that you are seeking may take you on another path. I first learned about Analise through a reality show on YouTube called Lace Up: The Ultimate Sneaker Challenge, so that's where we started off o


271: Bobby C. Martin, Jr.

December 03, 2018

It's been a while since we first had Bobby C. Martin, Jr. on Revision Path, so I'm glad to have a chance to really sit down and talk with him to kick things off for our final month of interviews for 2018. As the co-founder and founding partner of the Ori