#11 Know Your Audience

Though it’s a bit scatterbrained, this is a fun episode talking about knowing your audience. When you produce creative work, it’s a good idea to have a notion of the people for whom you’re producing it. And amazingly, this is something that a lot of creatives sometimes overlook or forget about. I know I do on occasion. So I talk about it here as it pertains to writing and commercial TV (and yes, also how it relates to Free Software and the UI episode from last week). I also have a bit of a mini-rant about small business owners and their friggin’ dogs. I still don’t get it.

Originally posted on monsterjavaguns.com.

Show Notes

Though it’s a bit scatterbrained, this is a fun episode talking about knowing your audience. When you produce creative work, it’s a good idea to have a notion of the people for whom you’re producing it. And amazingly, this is something that a lot of creatives sometimes overlook or forget about. I know I do on occasion. So I talk about it here as it pertains to writing and commercial TV (and yes, also how it relates to Free Software and the UI episode from last week). I also have a bit of a mini-rant about small business owners and their friggin’ dogs. I still don’t get it.

News bits:

  • Libre Calendar 2015 - The project is still on-going. However, if you want to have a calendar in-hand for the new year, they’re planning on shipping at the beginning of December, so now’s the time to send them 15€.
  • QCAD 3.7.2 - QCAD has new release… some UI enhancements and performance fixes. If you’re a CAD person, it’s worth checking out.

Short and sweet on the news this week. Enjoy the show!

2 Archived Comments

Mauricio, Nov 23, 2014

If you can, show us your hand draw animation using the grease pencil. I’m curious to see the result.

Great episode!

Jason, Nov 24, 2014

Thanks for listening! I’ll absolutely be linking to that animation and sharing some background on it.

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