Design Talk 46. Life of a design agency; Warren Hutchison, Founder, Else London


Warren Hutchison, founder of London-based agency Else, talks to Marek Pawlowski about what it means to create, grow and nurture your own design studio. The conversation ranges from Warren’s early forays into digital design in the mid-90s to working client-side for the likes of Universal Music and Yell.com. Marek and Warren get deep into the importance of attracting and retaining talented designers, the M&A landscape as design agencies are acquired by big professional services firms and how Mick Jagger can make an ideal anchor client when you’re founding a design business. Get in touch with feedback and questions @mexfeed on Twitter or email designtalk@mobileuserexperience.com.

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The pursuit of good design is predicated on an alignment of your own values and spirit to the problem.  Warren Hutchison, Founder, Else London Episode 46, MEX Design Talk podcast

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Ultimately we’re selling clients our culture, our creativity and an aptitude for being a guest in *their* culture while they go through a period of change.   Warren Hutchison, Founder, Else London Episode 46, MEX Design Talk podcast

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