The podcast is back, baby!
Author and technologist, Christian Cantrell, discusses his writing, his work at Adobe and how they work hand in hand to complement each other.
Co-host and co-creator of Can’t Sell This, Hugh Elliott, chats with Stef about his lengthy career in marketing. From Flash to experience design and creative technology, it’s a fun ride.
From Edmonton to Ottawa to Seattle via New York and Vancouver, Stacey Mulcahy never shied away from the risky choices. After getting her start in project management at a games company, Stacey invested in her lifelong interest in learning and taught herself development. Her brand of frank speech, curiosity and a willingness to share her knowledge landed her in her dream role in the Microsoft Garage. Listen as she shares invaluable insights and gives a lesson in gratitude for the gift of experimentation.
Chelsea Klukas got her start organizing fashion tech events in the Canadian mid-west. From there, she found a calling to design her own wearable technology fashion items under the brand Lumen Couture. At the same time, Chelsea has a career in experience design and product development. Firstly for Amazon, then at Facebook. Hugh and Chelsea discuss the pitfalls of product development in the fashion tech space and competition from overseas. Can Chelsea make competitors allies?
Hoss Gifford is a CTO and creative technologist. Hailing from Scotland and currently living in Toronto, Hoss has made a name for himself as a problem-solver and forward-thinker. Join Hugh as he and Hoss talk about the path from joke flash games to serious technological innovation.
Galit Ariel, futurist, technologist and PHD candidate speaks with Hugh and Stefan about living in the future ever since first seeing Star Trek at age 7.
Product commercial director Steve Giralt, of the Garage, chats with Stefan and Hugh about the recent Kickstarter for The Garage Learning. An effort to share the secrets of robotics and video together to create compelling imagery.