Episode 69: Mekale Jackson, Creative Director, St. John's University Athletics

“You can always learn from anyone — you can learn from people older than you, you can earn from people younger than you — always be open. Always be open to critique.”

On this week’s podcast, Mekale Jackson from St. John's University athletics joins us to discuss working for New York's college hoops program.

Mekale gives us some insight into his background prior to St. John's where he discovered graphic design & Photoshop in college as an English major at the University of Michigan by stumbling across a fraternity flyer.

Detroit, Mekale's hometown, is a place of inspiration for creativity and art despite the negative stereotypes the Internet & media says about the city and Mekale shares his love for the city with us including a few fav artists he follows.

We also discuss Under Armour's relationship with St. John's basketball, its value to the school for recruiting and brand recognition, as well as that one time Steph Curry practiced in their facilties:www.rumbleinthegarden.com/2016/2/2/108…hns-practice.

Lastly, Mekale explains why he chooses to self-brand himself as a "sports creative director" rather than a graphic designer or sports designer.

Mentions include:

Mekale on Twitter: twitter.com/mekalejackson
Mekale Jackson's website: mekalejackson.com
Episode 3: Jason Fierman, LSU Creative Services: makersofsport.com/episodes/3/jason-feirman
Justin Bua, artist: www.justinbua.com
Block Nation, Detroit artist: yoblocknation.com
Kenneth Cole: kennethcole.com
Mekale's blog: mekalejackson.com/blog
Brands Win Championships: brandswinchampionships.com
Episode 66: Jeremy Darlow: makersofsport.com/episodes/66/jeremy-darlow

My next guest is going to be Brian Gundell: twitter.com/bgundell. Brian is a freelance graphic designer in Portland, Oregon. Prior to joining the freelance ranks, Brian had stints at Old Hat Design, the Arizona Diamondbacks and the University of Washington football program.

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Episode 67: Aaron Masik, Senior Graphic Designer, Upper Deck

“When you get to work in pro sports, these players are their showcase...the message, putting people in the seats, getting people interested in the team and buying merchandise comes before cool graphics.”

On this week’s episode, Aaron Masik joined the podcast. Aaron is a senior graphic designer at The Upper Deck Company. Prior to Upper Deck, Aaron had stints in-house at the San Antonio Spurs and the San Diego Padres before making the move into consumer products.

We discuss Aaron’s big break into the sports industry, what it’s like working in a consistently winning organization such as the Spurs (including an interaction with Coach Pop himself), as well as the differences between working with the NBA versus the MLB.

We touch on some of the pain points working in sports as a creative person and have a very real & raw conversation on the frustrations that are prevalent when one makes the decision to work in team sports; including the way our personal and career values change over time and how sometimes it might be best to move on.

Lastly, Aaron gives us some insight into working at Upper Deck as we discuss design & printing processes, timelines, as well as the passion of the sports collectibles industry and how it has had a reawakening.

Mentions include:

Aaron on Twitter: twitter.com/masik8
Aaron on Behance: behance.net/masik
Austin Spurs identity: www.behance.net/gallery/20608299/Austin-Spurs
MLC Connect: mlcconnect.com
Episode 42: Chris David Garcia: makersofsport.com/episodes/42/chris-david-garcia
Todd Radom on Twitter: twitter.com/toddradom
Episode 4: Todd Radom: makersofsport.com/episodes/4/todd-radom
SportsGeek podcast: sportsgeekhq.com
Beckett: www.beckett.com
Dan Simon, Studio Simon: studiosimon.net

My next guest is going to be Mekale Jackson: twitter.com/mekalejackson. Mekale is the Associate Director of Athletic Communications for St. John's University in New York City. In addition to St. John's, Mekale freelances for numerous univerities including his alma mater, the Michigan Wolverines.

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Episode 66: Jeremy Darlow, Author of Brands Win Championships

"Everyone is trying to find their own 15 minutes online with their channel...it's not about that 15 minutes, it's about that 15 years and what are you doing right now to build something that lasts..."

On this week's episode, Director of Brand Marketing for Adidas Football & Baseball joined the podcast, Jeremy Darlow: twitter.com/jeremydarlow. Jeremy is also the author of the book Brands Win Championships: brandswinchampionships.com.

Jeremy brings a psychology background to the world of branding and gives us some insight into how important it is to build a brand and tell your story over the long haul, including digging into your brand's past.

We touch on how a smaller athletic program can use the same principles as big schools to build their brand and how sometimes being "second best" isn't so bad in the world of marketing.

Lastly, we discuss the imporantance of design in the world of branding and more specifically, why design deserves a role at the executive level on teams and in college athletic departments.

You can buy Brands Win Championships here: www.amazon.com/Brands-Championsh…win+championships.

Mentions include:

Jeremy Darlow on Twitter: twitter.com/jeremydarlow
Brands Win Championships: brandswinchampionships.com
Michael Bierut, Pentagram: www.aiga.org/medalist-michaelbierut/
What Makes a Truly Great Logo via Vox: www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBTiTcHm_ac
Texas A&M Icy-White Uniforms by Adidas: sports.yahoo.com/blogs/ncaaf-dr-s…s-154154714.html
Makers of Sport Community: makersofsport.com/community

My next guest is going to be Aaron Masik: twitter.com/masik8. Aaron has extensive experience working in team sports with stints at the San Antonio Spurs and the San Diego Padres as a designer. Most recently, he moved to the consumer brand side as a senior graphic designer at Upper Deck.

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Episode 65 (Halftime): Announcing the Makers of Sport Community

The Internet has given us an uncanny ability to connect to others that share our passions in different regions of the world.

Joining online communities is vital for networking purposes, cultivating relationships and professional growth.

It has been a long time coming, but today I'm excited to announce the launch of the Makers of Sport Community.

Benefits include: Halftime episodes (all will be accessible to community-only from this point forward), transcriptions of those episodes, monthly Google Hangouts, private Q&As with future & former guests and an invitation to the Makers of Sport Slack channels.

Support the podcast by joining today: makersofsport.com/community.

Mentions include:

Slack: slack.com
Halftime: Cultivating Relationships: makersofsport.com/episodes/63/cult…ng-relationships
Halftime: Working Remotely: makersofsport.com/episodes/43/working-remotely
Twitch: twitch.tv
Under Consideration's Brand New: underconsideration.com/brandnew
SportsLogos.net: sportslogos.net
Seanwes Community: seanwes.com/community

My next guest is going to be Jeremy Darlow: twitter.com/jeremydarlow. As digital brand marketer for Adidas football and baseball, Jeremy works with numerous college athletics programs around the U.S., including some professional Adidas athletes such as RGIII and Lionel Messi. He is also the author of Brands Win Championships: brandswinchampionships.com, a book educating college athetic departments on the importance of brand strategy and marketing.

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Episode 64: Ben Osborne, Editor-in-Chief, SLAM Magazine

"There's a lot of talented people out there. A lot of smart people. A lot of great writers. A lot of great editors. You gotta work... [Ben on side projects & growth]."

On this week’s episode, it's basketball, sneakers and hip-hop as Ben Osborne: twitter.com/bosborne17, Editor-in-Chief of SLAM Magazine: slamonline.com joins the podcast.

Having been a subscriber of SLAM since 1994, Adam geeks out with Ben on the founding and history of the magazine, as well as how it worked to gain credibility in the world of sports journalism.

The two discuss the publication's swagger and its role in pioneering sneaker culture. As well as SLAM's long-time existence as a thorn in the NBA's side as it regards to portraying players as who they are:www.slamonline.com/the-magazine/fe…fB5YPUvJBiA6.97, rather than who the league wanted them to be leading them to many epic cover shoots: www.slamonline.com/tag/Cover-Archives/.

Ben elaborates on his role as Editor-in-Chief, design's importance to the magazine and Adam even reads a letter he wrote to the magazine that was published in 2006 reflecting on how SLAM shaped much of who is he today.

Lastly, Ben discusses some of his many side projects and how important it is to have such creative outlets.

Mentions include:

Ben Osborne on Twitter: twitter.com/bosborne17
SLAM Magazine: slamonline.com
SLAM on Twitter: twitter.com/slamonline
Scoop Jackson: twitter.com/iamscoopjackson
Dennis Page, SLAM founder: www.linkedin.com/in/dennis-s-page-bb1b676
Dan Wetzel, Yahoo Sports: twitter.com/DanWetzel
Michael Bradley, SLAM writer: www.slamonline.com/author/michaelbradley/
Lang Whitaker: twitter.com/langwhitaker
Russ Bengston, SLAM writer: twitter.com/russbengtson
Ryan Jones, former EiC: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ryan_Jones_(writer)
Melissa Brennan Medvedich, former creative director: twitter.com/mabicus
Kicks: www.slamonline.com/kicks/
SLAM Kicks book by Ben Osborne: www.amazon.com/SLAM-Kicks-Basket…ged/dp/0789327007
Swee' Pea Daniels Documentary: vimeo.com/88417139

My next guest is going to be Jeremy Darlow: twitter.com/jeremydarlow. As digital brand marketer for Adidas football and baseball, Jeremy works with numerous college athletics programs around the U.S., including some professional Adidas athletes such as RGIII and Lionel Messi. He is also the author of Brands Win Championships: brandswinchampionships.com, a book educating college athetic departments on the importance of brand strategy and marketing.

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Episode 63 (Halftime): Cultivating Relationships

The world is about relationships. Plain and simple. We have relationships with family, friends and even objects.

In our professional lives, building relationships are vital for growth both fiscally and skill-wise. In today's Halftime, I discuss why cultivating relationships over time is extremely important and why the "hard sell" is a downfall of creatives in the digital economy.

Mentions include:

ENFP Personality: personalitypage.com/ENFP.html
Richard Branson, Virgin: www.virgin.com/richard-branson
8 tips for relationship building in business: www.virgin.com/entrepreneur/8-ti…building-business
Slack: slack.com

My next guest is going to be Ben Osborne: twitter.com/bosborne17. Ben is the Editor-in-Chief of SLAM Magazine: slamonline.com, a longstanding basketball publication that has cemented itself in basketball and hip-hop culture since the early 90s.

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Episode 62: Michelle Cruz, Senior Art Director, New York Red Bulls

"I take a lot of pictures...I think for designers, drawing and taking photos is so, so important because you can go back to those photos and find some inspiration and find some great idea."

On this week’s episode, Michelle Cruz: cruzbydesign.com, Senior Art Director of the New York Red Bulls:newyorkredbulls.com, joins the podcast to talk about her long career in sports design.

Being Puerto Rican born, yet raised as an Army brat in Germany, Michelle brings a unique perspective to sports design drawing inspiration from her time in Europe visiting art galleries and watching BBC and Spanish television.

We discuss Michelle's long tenure at ESPN as a broadcast designer, creating 1000s of broadcast graphics, some of which are still in using today and working across multiple sports such as Nascar, Cricket, Soccer, the NFL and the NBA.

Michelle gives us some insight into the difference between a motion designer and an animator, and touches on the breadth of work she worked on when she first to moved to NYC to become an art director for the New York Knicks.

Lastly, we discuss Michelle's time at Red Bull, the pressures of creating for one of the most creative brands on the planet and what it's like working for a consumer brand that owns multiple teams.

Mentions include:

Michelle Cruz on Behance: behance.net/cruzbydesign
Alex Mount, NFL: twitter.com/amount3
Alex Mount on Makers of Sport: makersofsport.com/episodes/54/alexandra-mount
SCAD: scad.edu
Ford F-150 spot on YouTube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=apeeFHBCyyo
Se7en title sequence: www.artofthetitle.com/title/se7en/
Wolff Olins London 2012 case study: archive.wolffolins.com/work/london-2012?ghost=1
Tarek Awad, New York Knicks Design Director: twitter.com/AwadOfTarek
Jason Freeman Robinson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: www.linkedin.com/in/misterwizerd
Red Bull Creative: www.redbullcreative.com
Red Bulletin: www.redbulletin.com
Red Bulls (pro teams): redbulls.com
The Art of Flight documentary: www.artofflightmovie.com
Doubleday & Carwright: doubledayandcartwright.com
Chris Isenberg, D&C, Episode 4: makersofsport.com/episodes/39/chris-isenberg

My next guest is going to be Ben Osborne: twitter.com/bosborne17. Ben is the Editor-in-Chief of SLAM Magazine: slamonline.com, a longstanding basketball publication that has cemented itself in basketball and hip-hop culture since the early 90s. Having been at the magazine for 9 years, Ben is in charge of overseeing each issue in regards to both content and concept, as well as overseeing the digital brand. I haven't missed an issue since the 3rd publication in 1993.

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Episode 61 (Halftime): Writing as Design

Design is about communication. It is about articulating decisions made from a professional perspective in order to sell something, or have a user do something. Other than speaking verbally, writing is the most important skill set to have when communicating ideas or opinions.

On this Halftime, I discuss why the people that are the best at their craft are also good writers and why writing is designing words. In order to be great at what you do, you also MUST be a good communicator. Being able to articulate and construct your ideas in written form are very important to our growth as creatives and as human beings.

Mentions include:

Slack: slack.com
Medium: medium.com
Basecamp: basecamphq.com
Richard Branson, Virgin: www.virgin.com/richard-branson
Warren Buffett: www.forbes.com/profile/warren-buffett/
Jillian Michaels: www.jillianmichaels.com
Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook: www.forbes.com/profile/sheryl-sandberg/
Dave Ramsey: daveramsey.com
Tina Fey: www.imdb.com/name/nm0275486/
Mark Ecko: twitter.com/marcecko
Jeffrey Zeldman, Happy Cog Founder: zeldman.com
A List Apart: aslistapart.com
Jeremy Keith, Clearleft: clearleft.com/is/jeremy-keith
Pencil vs. Pixel podcast: pencilvspixel.com
Todd Van Horne, Nike GIG: news.nike.com/search?utf8=%E2%9C…rms=todd+van+horne
Google Design: design.google.com
Episode 59: Subjective vs. Objective: makersofsport.com/episodes/59/subj…ive-vs-objective
Episode 25: Interception Show: makersofsport.com/episodes/25/interception-show
Joe Bosack, Joe Bosack & Co. joebosack.com

My next guest is Michelle Cruz: cruzbydesign.com, Senior Art Director of the New York Red Bulls:newyorkredbulls.com. Prior to the Red Bulls, Michelle spent many years at ESPN as a broadcast designer working on much of the visual work still in use today, as well as the New York Knicks as an art director.

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Episode 60: Eric Bodamer, Uniform Designer, NHL Division, Adidas

“You need to sketch...you just need to doodle…don’t even go to the computer until you absolutely know you’ve flushed it out in your head and run through every iteration you possibly could…the computer and Illustrator and Photoshop are just tools…the solution comes from your head, not from the pixels.“

On this week’s episode, Eric Bodamer: twitter.com/ericbodamer joins the podcast to give us some insight into his career as uniform designer for the NHL. Having worked at major brands Nike, Abercrombie & Fitch, The Gap, Target and now Adidas; Eric sheds some light on apparel design and especially uniform culture.

From breaking into the uniform design industry by answering an open call from Nike in an L.A. newspaper, to creating iconic Hall-of-Fame uniforms for the Czech Republic, to designing the most recent Stadium Series uniforms for the last year of Reebok's NHL contact, Eric has had an extensive and interesting career in uniform design. He is truly one of the pioneers in the industry.

We discuss the public’s obsession with uniforms, the cultural impact on designing uniforms for international teams, as well as Todd Van Horne’s legacy at Nike.

Lastly, we touch on the latest release of the NHL Stadium Series jerseys, a set of uniforms Eric and his team created at Reebok/Adidas; including discussing their thinking behind the concept, as well as functionality of hockey sweaters, and debate the potential future of uniforms under the Adidas contract.

Mentions include:

Todd Van Horne: news.nike.com/search?search_terms=todd+van+horne
MoS Ep. 9: Rodney Richardson: makersofsport.com/episodes/9/rodney-richardson
Tinker Hatfield: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tinker_Hatfield
Charles Goslin, American Graphic Designer, Pratt professor: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Goslin
Paul Rand: paul-rand.com
Saul Bass: saulbass.com
SME Branding: smebranding.com
Houston Texans logo by Verlander Design: www.verlanderdesign.com/#/nfl-houston-texans/
MoS Ep 40: Jon Contino: makersofsport.com/episodes/40/jon-contino
Dominik Hasek, 1998 Olympic Jersey: twitter.com/hockeyhallfame/stat…/657966668304556033
Mike Jeffries, Former A&F CEO: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Jeffries_(CEO)
Ricardo Crespo: twitter.com/_ricardocrespo_
Aaron Masik: twitter.com/masik8
Charles S. Anderson Design: csadesign.com/about.html
Jony Ive, Apple: www.apple.com/pr/bios/jonathan-ive.html
Dieter Rams, Braun: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dieter_Rams
Massimo Vignelli: www.vignelli.com
Stadium Series NHL: www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=789441

Our next guest is going to be Michelle Cruz: cruzbydesign.com, Senior Art Director of the New York Red Bulls: redbulls.com. Michelle has had an extensive career in sports with stints at ESPN and the New York Knicks before joining the host MLS franchise.

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Episode 59 (Halftime): Subjective vs. Objective

Oftentimes, we creative people run into debates with clients or other stakeholders due to both inserting subjective opinions on the work at hand. These converations are extremely unproductive in all honestly, hard to win when you are not paying for the work.

Opinion versus opinion leads to conversations that tend to go nowwhere. In this episode of Halftime, I discuss the difference of being objective versus being objective and why even though as creative people, we tend to have better taste than most, we should approach business and conversations about business with the latter.

Mentions include:

Saul Bass: saulbass.com
Massimo Vignielli: www.vignelli.com
Milwaukee Bucks branding: www.nba.com/bucks/new-logo
Panic over Patience: A [Clippers] Logo Story

My next guest is Eric Bodamer: twitter.com/ericbodamer of Reebok/Adidas. Eric is a Uniform Designer for the NHL divison of the brand, and over his career has created some of the most iconic hockey uniforms in the history of the sport. Should be an insightful look into the world of uniform design.

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Episode 58: Surf Melendez, Managing Director of Content & Creative, Miami Dolphins

"Yearly campaigns shouldn't be a reinvention of who you are. There should be a core of what you are & what you stand for & what you look like."

On this week's show, Surf Melendez: twitter.com/surfm joins me to discuss his non-traditional path to the Miami Dolphins where he is Managing Director of Content & Creative for the team overseeing a group of talented creatives that are working with ownership to build an in-house agency.

From an architecture degree at Florida, to a career in the restaurant industry & finance, we touch on Surf's eventual landing at ad agency Crispin Porter Bogusky: cpbgroup.com where he launched into the creative world.

Due to the crazy hours of advertising and having kids, Surf tell of life change and a passion for sport that lead to Adidas where he created for running, training & football.

The want to move back home pointed him to the Miami, where they were wanting to build an in-house agency and serendipitously, the CMO used to be at CP+B client BK. We discuss the team's moves to cultivate a creative culture, their campaigns, controlling what goes out from a marketing perspective and their approach to building a global brand.

Finally, Surf leaves us with wisdom on building brands from within organizations. Be sure to stick around after the ending for some extra audio regarding a Dolphins/Marvel collab.

Mentions include:

Surf's Twitter: twitter.com/surfm
Miami Dolphins IG: instagram.com/miamidolphins
Crispin Porter Bogusky: www.cpbgroup.com
Alex Bogusky's Twitter: twitter.com/bogusky
BK's Subservient Chicken: subservientchicken.com
Bogusky leaves advertising: www.fastcompany.com/1676890/alex-bo…y-find-his-soul
Victors & Spoils: www.victorsandspoils.com
Evan Fry, CCO of V&S: evanfry.com
Noah Clark, CD at V&S: twitter.com/noahdclark
Jon Willey, Dolphins Photographer: twitter.com/jonwilley
MetaLab - web design shop I mention: metalab.co
Ep42: Chris David Garcia: makersofsport.com/episodes/42/chris-david-garcia
Nike Better World: www.nike.com/us/en_us/c/better-world/
Nike's Girl Effect: www.girleffect.org
Ep37: Matt Lange: makersofsport.com/episodes/37/matt-lange
HBO's Ballers: www.hbo.com/ballers
London Olympics, Wolff Olins: archive.wolffolins.com/work/london-2012?ghost=1
Bill Roseman, Marvel: marvel.com/comics/creators/123/bill_rosemann

My next guest is Eric Bodamer: twitter.com/ericbodamer, uniform designer for Adidas's NHL Division. Prior to Adidas, Eric has had an extensive career at companies such as Nike, Reebok, Target and more. He's also had cameos on shows 35: makersofsport.com/episodes/35/tom-ogrady and 47:makersofsport.com/episodes/47/mlc-…nnect-interviews. Join us for an interesting view into the world of uniform design for hockey.

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Episode 57: Ashley Strauss, Director of Creative Services, Mississippi State Bulldogs

"When you're more of a creative thinker you think differently...the language you use is a lot different and sometimes there is a disconnect when you're trying to conversate about what you're trying to accomplish. As a designer you have to remember that you are solving a problem...is this going to benefit your brand, is this going to serve the purpose? You could create this beautiful piece of work, but if it doesn't accomplish what somebody was intending to do, then it's not going to be a successful design."

For this week's episode, I traveled to Starkville, MS for the Kentucky vs. Mississippi State football game. The game wasn't the only reason I was in town though, it was just a perk. The real reason I went to Stark Vegas was to interview Ashley Strauss: twitter.com/ashleystrauss, the Bulldogs' talented Director of Creative Services.

You'll hear Ashley and I post-BBQ coma speaking on-location in her office about her path to Mississippi St., the painful similarities between playing sports and pushing yourself as a creative person, and developing a visual style for the MSU athletics brand.

We also discuss empathy and how developing it is an important skill for creative people, as well as how communication is vital in getting to the bottom of the semantics of feedback for projects as many times, non-creatives aren't articulating feedback clear enough for creative thinkers.

In addition, we have a special guest cameo as Senior Associate AD of External Affairs, Scott Wetherbee:twitter.com/scottrwetherbee, comes aboard to discuss MSU's relationship with Adidas and how they go about approving and creating uniforms, as well as feeding the social media monster.

Mentions include:

Ashley on Twitter: twitter.com/ashleystrauss
Ashley on Behance: www.behance.net/AshleyStrauss
Dak Prescott Illustration: www.behance.net/gallery/29746165/…cott-Illustration
#HailState End Zones: mashable.com/2011/11/22/football-twitter-hashtag/
Mississippi St. Emoji: twitter.com/hailstate/status/623879139343253504
Ep 2: Joe Bosack: makersofsport.com/episodes/2/joe-bosack
Sr. Assoc. AD Scott Wetherbee: twitter.com/scottrwetherbee
Assist. AD of Marketing Leah Beasley: twitter.com/leahkbeasley
Assist. Director of Marketing, Rhett Hobart: twitter.com/rhetthobart
Ep 37: Matt Lange, Alabama Football: makersofsport.com/episodes/37/matt-lange
Elevendy: elevendy.com
Ars Thanea: arsthanea.com
The Hejz: www.hejz.com
Trip Photos on Facebook: www.facebook.com/makersofsport/po…/752323721546401

Our next guest is Surf Melendez: twitter.com/surfm. Surf is the Managing Director of Creative for the Miami Dolphins, an NFL team doing things differently in the sports industry by approaching their creative content as more of a consumer brand, rather than a sports brand. Prior to the Dolphins, Surf had an extensive career in the traditional advertising industry and stint at Adidas as a brand manager.

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Episode 56: Rebecca Feferman, Head of SXsports, SXSW

"It's not just how sports and technology intersect, but also the way that sport unites us as humanity, and what kind of impact it has on our culture, and what kind of impact our culture has on it... "

In 2011, I attended South by Southwest Interactive: sxsw.com in Austin, Texas. It was one of the greatest experiences of my professional life. In recent years, SXSW has launched a new convergence track called SXsports: sxsw.com/sxsports, a sports focused track on tech, business, data, media and more.

On this week's episode, Head of SXsports Rebecca Feferman: twitter.com/rebfef joined the podcast to talk SXsports and the future of sports & technology.

We touch on Rebecca's past as a PR pro in Hollywood before moving to ATX during the recession & landing at SXSW.

Rebecca gives us the low down on the history of SXSW and specifically where the idea for SXsports came from.

We discuss the involvement of athletes & coaches in tech, VC and innovation when it comes to the#sportsbiz and learn about SXsports' mission to bridge sport & culture.

Lasty, Rebecca gives us some tips on what to do & see whilst in ATX for the massive festival and let's us know where to register: www.sxsw.com/attend/registration-information and find the soon-to-be-released speaker lineup.

**Update: The panel and speaker lineup was released today: schedule.sxsw.com/?conference=inte…23379.1360259510.

Mentions include:

@RebFef on Twitter: twitter.com/rebfef
SXsports: www.sxsw.com/sxsports
NFL Films: nflfilms.com
Hard Knocks: www.hbo.com/hard-knocks
ESPN 30 for 30: espn.go.com/30for30/
Grantland: grantland.com
Bill Simmons: twitter.com/billsimmons
Adam Silver of the NBA is SXsport's featured speaker: www.sxsw.com/news/2015/nba-comm…s-featured-speaker
SXsports 2015 panels Soundcloud playlist: soundcloud.com/officialsxsw/sets/sxsports-2015
SXsports 2014 panels Soundcloud playlist: soundcloud.com/officialsxsw/sets/sxsports-2014
Kliff Kingsbury panel at SXsports 2014: Officialsxsw – Innovation-in-big-time-college
Art Briles, Baylor Football Head Coach: twitter.com/CoachArtBriles
Kevin Kelley, Pulaski Academy (Arkansas) Football Head Coach: coachkevinkelley.com
Son of the Congo, a Serge Ibaka documentary by Grantland: grantland.com/son-of-the-congo/

Our next is Ashley Strauss: twitter.com/ashleystrauss, Director of Creative Services for Mississippi State Athletics. I'll be heading down to Starkville, MS to interview Ashley and experience the Bulldogs' football gameday first hand. We're planning something out of the ordinary for this one as well so be on the lookout on twitter: twitter.com/makersofsport.

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Episode 55 (Halftime): Branded

The word brand is very complex, yet it is thrown around a lot these days; most of the time carelessly or in complete ignorance as it regards to what a brand is. In this episode of Halftime, I discuss the origins of branding, its definition according to the American Marketing Association: ama.org, as well as dive deep into the semantics of the word and what it means in the modern era.

I also give specific examples of brands in the sports context such as Kentucky Basketball:twitter.com/kentuckymbb, Oregon Football: twitter.com/wintheday and the New Zealand All Blacks:twitter.com/allblacks, as well as discuss the complexity of a college athletic department's brand in relation to an individual program's team brand.

How much do brands have to do with a team being picked in the College Football Playoff:www.collegefootballplayoff.com? I touch on a recent article: espn.go.com/college-football/st…ge-football-playoff by ESPN's Heather Dinich: twitter.com/cfbheather and elaborate on the importance of trust and equity when it comes to brands.

Lastly, I discuss color, it's signifance in branding and share why there are more important things than a logo when it comes to branding.

Mentions include:

Wally Olins: wallyolins.com
Wolff Olins: wolffolins.com
Kentucky basketball: www.ukathletics.com/sport/m-baskbl
John Calipari: coachcal.com
Ohio State football: www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com/sports/m-foo…bl-body.html
New Zealand All Blacks: allblacks.com
The Haka dance: www.allblacks.com/Teams/Haka
Phil Knight, Nike: www.forbes.com/profile/phil-knight/
Oregon football: oregongridiron.com
Branding in College Football via Sports Illustrated: www.si.com/college-football/20…ennessee-volunteers
Brand Name and Polls Go Hand in Hand via ESPN: espn.go.com/college-football/st…ge-football-playoff
How Nike and Oregon Created College Football's Perfect Brand: bleacherreport.com/articles/211885…s-perfect-brand

My next guest is Ashley Strauss: twitter.com/ashleystrauss. Ashley is the Director of Creative Services for Mississippi State Athletics where she works on print and digital design for the Bulldogs' many athletic teams.

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Episode 54: Alexandra Mount, Art Director, Consumer Product, NFL

"If you are gonna wake up every day and you are gonna go to a job that you truly love and you're truly passionate about and it makes you happy, then it doesn't matter if you're pigeonholed."

Alexandra Mount: twitter.com/amount3 is a lady of many talents. Not only do those talents include design, but also athleticism (she played D1 lacrosse), a sense of humor and resilience. On this week's episode, Alex joins the podcast to discuss her rise in an extensive and ambitious sports career to the biggest sports brand in the world where she's currently an art director for the Consumer Product division of the NFL.

Alex tells her story including playing lacrosse at Boston University while majoring in graphic design to her chance meeting while teaching sailing classes to what happened to be the wife of SME Branding's:smebranding.com Ed O'hara.

Her career lead her from SME to an ambitious and persisitant sports design job search which included walking directly into MLB Advanced Media: www.mlbam.com in Chelsea Market in Brooklyn. Alex discusses her search, perseverance and her eventual landing at Madison Square Garden where she worked on projects for the New York Knicks and the New York Rangers.

Many in this industry are afraid of getting pigeonholed as a "sports designer", Alex gives her point of view on this and we reveal some of the multiple avenues in the sports industry one can work and create in.

We dive deep into discussion about the growth of the game of lacrosse, specifially women's lacrosse and the importance of women's sports.

Lastly, Alex touches on what she does day-to-day at the NFL as she describes her internal department gives us some ideas of what the NFL Consumer Product Division is working on in regards to lifestyle branding and products.

Mentions include:

Alex Mount on Twitter: twitter.com/amount3
Right Amount Design: twitter.com/rightamount
SME Branding: smebranding.com
Ed O'hara: www.sportsmarketingnetwork.com/board/edohara.shtml
Episode 31: T.J. Harley: makersofsport.com/episodes/31/tj-harley
MLB Advanced Media in Chelsea Market, Brooklyn: www.mlbam.com
IMG College: imgcollege.com
Michelle Cruz, Senior Art Director, New York Red Bulls: cruzbydesign.com
Red Bull's Red Bulletin: www.redbulletin.com
The Art of Flight: www.artofflightmovie.com
Paul Rabil (lacrosse): paulrabil99.com
Episode 5: Steve Vollmer, Jr. makersofsport.com/episodes/5/steve-vollmer-jr

Our next is Rebecca Feferman: twitter.com/rebfef. Rebecca is the head of SXsports:www.sxsw.com/interactive/convergence/sxsports, the sports & technology track at the world renown South by Southwest: sxsw.com conference in Austin, TX. Rebecca will be joining the podcast to give us some insight into the conference's offerings this upcoming year for the sports track and discuss the future of sports, startups and technology.

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Episode 53 (Halftime): Inspiration or Imitation?

Imitation is an unfortunate thing that happens oftentimes in our industry. Especially in the creative side of the sports business. We often see popular designers getting ripped off by Instagram "sports edits" or see colleges or professional teams steal taglines from other teams.

Imitation is a natural human trait, yet there is a proper way to imitate and not be a theif. In this Halftime episode, I discuss the differences between imitation and inspiration, how to think outside the box to get inspired, subconscious inspiration and when to imitate for learning purposes.

I also touch on the work of Jonny Ive: www.apple.com/uk/pr/bios/jonathan-ive.html and how he was influenced by famous industrial designer and minimalist, Dieter Rams: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dieter_Rams.

Mentions include:

Tinker Hatfield, Nike: news.nike.com/tinker-hatfield
Air Jordan 14: www.nicekicks.com/air-jordans/air-jordan-14/
The Art of Manliness, How To Become a Better Writer: Copy the Work of Others:www.artofmanliness.com/2014/03/26/wa…rk-of-others/
Johnathan Ive, Apple: www.apple.com/uk/pr/bios/jonathan-ive.html
Dieter Rams: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dieter_Rams

My next guest is Alexandra Mount: twitter.com/amount3. Alex is an art director for the NFL's consumer product line. Prior to the NFL, Alex had stints at SME Branding and Madison Square Garden where she worked on visual design and campaigns for the New York Knicks and New York Rangers.

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Episode 52: Chris Creamer, Founder, SportsLogos.net

"I know you say you (designers) are not curing cancer but you affect people. You affect people positively and negatively (with your work)."

Our second Canadian guest comes aboard the podcast this week as Chris Creamer:twitter.com/sportslogosnet, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of SportsLogos.net: sportslogos.net joined the the show to tell the story of one of the most influential sports logo and uniform sites on the Internet.

The site was started in 1999 when Chris was only 14 years old and has survived throughout his high school, college years, attacks from hackers and even the Web 2.0 era.

Chris and I nerd out about being some of the older tech guys on the web in our 30s and mixing that with our love of both tech and sports.

Chris tells a few stories about the growth of the website, its early rebellious nature, the infamous forums and the sites move from archiving sports logos to daily content and news.

We also discuss breaking new logo stories and Chris has been able to develop relationships within the media and sports executive community to get first-hand access to new logo information.

Lastly, what kind of episode would it be if we didn't discuss a few favorite logos, uniforms and team branding.

Mentions include:

Chris Creamer on Twitter: twitter.com/sportslogosnet
SportsLogos.net: sportslogos.net
Episode 48: Matt Coyle, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment: makersofsport.com/episodes/48/matt-coyle
Tripod, Geocities: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tripod.com
Paul Lukas, Uniwatch: uniwatch.com
Major Level Creative Connect: mlcconnect.com
Torch Creative: torchcreative.com
Episode 44: Torch Creative: makersofsport.com/episodes/44/torch-creative
Doubleday & Cartwright's Milwaukee Bucks logo: doubledayandcartwright.com/work/milwaukeebucks
Lexington Legends logos: www.sportslogos.net/logos/list_by_t…ington_Legends/
The Creamer Boards aka CCSLC: boards.sportslogos.net
Episode 11: Adam Clement, Under Armour: makersofsport.com/episodes/11/adam-clement
Episode 4: Todd Radom: makersofsport.com/episodes/4/todd-radom
Episode 2: Joe Bosack: makersofsport.com/episodes/2/joe-bosack
Episode 18: Fanbrandz: makersofsport.com/episodes/18/fanbrandz

My next guest is Alexandra Mount: twitter.com/amount3, Art Director of the NFL's Consumer Product division where she is leading design and photography marketing initiatives for the NFL's many licensed merchandise.

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Episode 51 (Halftime): Preparation

"By faling to prepare you are preparing to fail." – Benjamin Franklin

Preparation is often overlooked in regards to success. But those that are the most successful, have definitely taken the time to prepare and develop processes over time to allow them to react instead of overthinking obstacles in their career.

An example is Chris Fowler: twitter.com/cbfowler, former College Gameday host of 25 years. Chris works hard to prepare developing notes, storylines and more, all while leading his comrades as QB of Gameday.

On this episode, I discuss the importance of preparation and give you some tips on how to learn from the masters in regards to it.

Mentions include:

Chris Fowler on Twitter: twitter.com/cbfowler
College Gameday on Twitter: twitter.com/collegegameday
College Gameday reminisces about Chris Fowler's 25 years on the show. espn.go.com/video/clip?id=13587657
The System: The Glory and Scandal of Big-Time College Football:www.amazon.com/gp/product/034580…=KTE2WNOHTKSCT56T
Toughness by Jay Bilas: www.amazon.com/gp/product/045141…=HRSRFLNJIZOOCMGP
My next guest is Chris Creamer, founder and editor-in-chief of SportsLogos.net: sportslogos.net. SportsLogos.net is a news and historical covering logos and uniform updates of professional, minor league and NCAA Division I sports from around the U.S. and Canada.

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Episode 50: Adam Bradley and Alan Stein, Co-Founders, Hardwood Hustle

"As soon you start worrying about outcomes and not worrying about processes, then you're lost."

This week we are joined by some of my favorite podcasters for Episode 50, Adam Bradley:twitter.com/abradley5 and Alan Stein: twitter.com/alanstein of the Hardwood Hustle:hardwoodhustle.com podcast.

This isn't our typical sports design-related show, but it is filled with great content in regards to leadership, hustling in your craft, coaching and creativity in the sports business.

Hardwood Hustle's mission is "for those that know basketball is more than a game." The guys interview folks such as Mark Cuban, Kevin Durant, Jay Bilas and many other sports entrepenuers and personalities.

In this episode, we discuss the story of the Hardwood Hustle, why they started a podcast and the intimacy of the podcasting medium for developing an audience or teaching your mission.

We also touch on sports entrepreneurship and its crossover with coaching. Including why combining your passion with what you are good at is vital.

Lastly, the guys share their views on the problems of youth sports & coaching in the U.S. and what we as creative people and entrepreneurs can do about it — including becoming better coaches, teachers and mentors.

Mentions include:

Hardwood Hustle on Twitter: twitter.com/hardwood_hustle
Hardwood Hustle website: hardwoodhustle.com
Alan Stein on Twitter: twitter.com/alanstein
Adam Bradley on Twiter: twitter.com/abradley5
Stronger Team: strongerteam.com
Ball Hogs Radio: www.ballhogsradio.com
Too Many Games article by Alan Stein: www.strongerteam.com/2013/06/25/too-many-games/
Paul Rabil: paulrabil99.com
Ali Krieger, U.S. Women's National Team: www.alikrieger.com
Massimo Vignielli: www.vignelli.com
Leademup: leademup.com

Our next guest is Chris Creamer: twitter.com/sportslogosnet. Chris is the founder and editor-in-chief of the most popular sports logo and uniform history site on the web, SportsLogos.net: sportslogos.net.

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Episode 49 (Halftime): Defining Success to You

Success is something we obsess over in this day and age. We are inundated on social media and television with the success of others.

Sometimes we envy the success of others but what we really to understand is that success is subjective. It is different for every person. What is successful to you might be the same for me.

In this Halftime episode, I talk about why you should define what success is to you on your own terms and not the terms of others.

Mentions include:

Matt Stevens: hellomattstevens.com
Matt Stevens Makers of Sport interview: makersofsport.com/episodes/15/matt-stevens
OverSuccess by Jim Rubens: www.amazon.com/OverSuccess-Heali…duckduckgo-osx-20
Dribbble: dribbble.com
Behance: behance.net
Josh Ash: twitter.com/joshinphl
Mtn. & Co. madebymtn.com

My next couple of guests are the guys from the Hardwood Hustle: www.hardwoodhustle.com podcast. Show hosts Alan Stein and Adam Bradley are joining the podcast to discuss combining the passion for sports with business and making a living from it. As touching lives through the sport of basketball and youth sports in particular. Both gentlemen are equally successful on their own with Stein being the strength and conditioning coach for DeMatha Catholic High School (where Kevin Durant attended) and Bradley being the founder of successful independent radio network in the DC/Baltimore area.

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