Episodes related to the global Covid-19 pandemic and how people are managing.
In this episode Jeroen Spoelstra talks to Andy about his and his partner’s decision to relocate to a small pueblo in the Spanish Pyrénées and set up Unbeaten Studio and to be a mountain bike guide, and what lockdown meant for their life and work that was already set up as a remote service.
In this episode, Gerry Scullion speaks with Jakob Schneider from Köln, Germany. Jakob is Creative Director at KD-1 and Co-Founder of More than Metrics in Austria. We chat about how Jakob’s design agency is handling the pandemic, how it’s changing the way they work, and also how he’s juggling work and home life – now that the two are entwined.
In this episode, Gerry Scullion speaks with the wonderful, John Thackara. In this episode, they speak about eating soil, discussing its connectedness to everything, composting and worm zoos and also how the pandemic has affected John and his work now – and in the future.
In this episode, Andy Polaine chats to Adam Rotmil, Interaction Design Craft Lead at Fjord’s Washington D.C. Studio, about bringing home the project Kanban, changes in work, life, cooking and salvaging an Erik Spiekermann limited edition print from the rain.
In this episode Matthew Voshell, Head of Experience Design, Client Technology | FSO at EY joins Andy to share his tips and experience about managing a globally distributed team, and how the extroverts are handling the world of remote work.
In this episode Dr John Curran, host of Decoding Culture on This is HCD, joins Andy to talk about the new normal, negotiating with family, being intentional with connecting with friends, and he comes up with a better phrase than social distancing.
We’re in the middle of an unprecedented social experiment with so many people working remotely and many entire families staying home. Yet there’s so much that still connects us together and that we can learn from. The Big Remote is a podcast of people’s remote stories, hosted by Andy Polaine and Gerry Scullion on This is HCD.