The Overtime Podcast —
hosted by Meg Lewis

Dribbble’s official podcast goes behind the
shots of your favorite designers

A little bit about Meg Lewis

I use my skills as a designer and my love for comedy to make the world a happier place through design, books, talks, writing, spaces, podcasts, workshops, and videos!

I’ve been a freelance brand designer for over 10 years! I specialize in clean, bright, personable design and creating brands that the world loves.

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Latest Episode

Overtime: The Power of Play

Episode 109

The Power of Play

It’s our very last episode for this season of Overtime! Before riding off into 2021, let’s take a look at some of the predicted design trends for next year. Then, Meg talks about the pros and cons of being a niche vs. generalist designer, to help you figure out which is right for you. Plus, get inspired to make time to create just for the simple joy of it. We’re talking about how creative play can unearth some of your most meaningful work yet. Let’s go!

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Past episodes

  • Overtime: Work Hard & Be Nuanced on the Internet

    Episode 90

    Work Hard & Be Nuanced on the Internet

    This week on Overtime, we discuss why nuanced thinking is important in design and how to start eliminating binary thoughts from your head! Plus, why telling you to study and emulate what successful people do is probably not the most helpful advice. Then, we talk all about taking creative control amidst the chaos of 2020. Thanks to Framer for sponsoring this episode!

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  • Overtime: The Star-Spangled Bojangles (Logo) Blues

    Episode 89

    The Star-Spangled Bojangles Logo Blues

    This week on Overtime, Art Director, Designer, and Letterer Adé Hogue joins Meg to discuss the new Bojangles’ logo, a Tesla engineer redesigning a chocolate chip, and how to stay productive and hyper-focused during these crazy times! Thanks to Framer and Bannersnack for sponsoring this episode.

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  • Overtime: New Logo, Who Dis?

    Episode 88

    New Logo, Who Dis?

    This week on Overtime, the U.S gets a new independent military branch and debuts a new logo that designers hate! Plus, we also dig into Toyota’s most recent rebrand. Then, Rebecca Brooker and John Hanawalt from Queer Design Club stop by to chat about their LGBTQ+ design community and share shocking facts from their recent Queer Design Count survey. Thanks to Framer for sponsoring this episode!

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  • Overtime: Nothing Compares 2 U

    Episode 87

    Nothing Compares 2 U

    Hey, you! Quit comparing! This week on Overtime, learn how to boost your creative confidence, and start embracing the unique skills you do (and don’t have). But first… Are people under age 30 killing email, or are they just using the internet differently? We also discuss an interesting concept shop that’s changing the future of retail. Tune in now!

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  • Overtime: Ya Lose Some, Ya Win Some

    Episode 86

    Ya Lose Some, Ya Win Some

    This week on Overtime, Meg investigates Clubhouse and the latest cake videos taking over the internet. Plus, learn what Harvard design grad students are doing to fight for racial justice. Then… has this year been a total waste? Are you 100% failing at life along with the rest of the world? Meg shares her tried-and-true technique for turning canceled or postponed opportunities into new and better ones.

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  • Overtime: Going Remote Forever, Byeee!

    Episode 85

    Going Remote Forever, Byeee!

    This week on Overtime—Are you feeling trapped? Is your company now remote forever? Meg walks you through an exercise to help you decide which city to move to next. Plus, we read your hilarious responses to the question, “How would you explain the job of a graphic designer to a five-year-old?” Then, co-founder of Foundation—a new crypto meets creative marketplace—stops by to explain how creatives can start earning money using the platform. Thanks to Basecamp for sponsoring this episode!

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