Liz Danzico


Mar 8, 2017

Liz Danzico is part designer, part writer, and part educator. She’s currently the creative director at NPR, where she oversees both the visual and user experience of NPR’s digital platforms and content; chair and co-founder of SVA’s MFA in Interaction Design program; and has written about design for publications like Eye, Fortune, and Interactions Magazine as well as her own site, Bobulate. In this episode, I talk to Liz about the connections between design and writing, the role of criticism in her own work, and intersections between technology, media, journalism, and design.
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