08.17.15
Debbie Millman | Audio

Design Matters From the Archive: Louise Fili


This is the tenth anniversary of Design Matters, and to mark the anniversary we're re-playing some of our favorite shows from the archive. This one, an interview with Louise Fili, was recorded in 2012.

Debbie talks to Louise Fili about designing book covers, designing for restaurants, about why she prefers working for small businesses, and about the importance of sketching. "When I get excited about a design that's in the sketch phase, it's like ‘Ah! This is it. Now I really have something.’ And that's usually the one that will work."

Louise Fili, photographed in her NYC studio by Danielle Kosann. (Source)

Posted in: Branding, Design Matters, Typography


Comments [4]

It's a really cool article.
Deja Mack
08.27.15
07:54

Debbie, Thank you so much for all your interviews, and especially this archive. I met Louise Fili years ago and hearing the two of you speak together on this podcast was both inspiring and a joy. You both give me such pride to be a graphic designer.
Barbara Gelfand Summer
08.28.15
05:41

i love this write Up! keep it up dear. :)
Godspower Adaushikong
10.21.15
03:23

Nice.
John Anderson
11.15.15
06:02



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