Kevin Horek is a Partner & Chief Design Officer (CDO) at Hybrid Ventures. He is a thought leader on responsive design and modern usability. This is evidenced by his radio/television series, Building the Future and his guest blogging on TechZulu and AlphaGamma. He is a published author and is best known for his work published by Packt Publishing on Zurb's responsive framework, Foundation 5. Kevin studied web development and design at universities across North America, including UCLA and the University of Alberta. For over 20 years, Kevin has been working on web and mobile apps for some of the world’s most notable and well-respected organizations. Among them are BMW, Best Buy, Apple, Adobe, Sprint, Eastlink, TD Canada Trust, Qantas Airlines, Emirates Airlines, CB Richard Ellis, Cushman & Wakefield and Colliers International. His design and development projects have won critical acclaim and have been featured by media outlets like Hit Parader magazine. Kevin continues to champion superior user experiences and maintains a relentless focus on achieving this goal in all of his ventures.
Radio/TV/Podcast Show Overview
With a reach of over 8 million a month, Building the Future has quickly become one of the fastest rising programs. With a focus on interviewing startups, entrepreneurs, investors, CEOs, and more, the show showcases individuals who are realizing their dreams and helping to make our world a better place through technology and innovation.
In its first year of broadcasting, Building the Future made the iTunes New and Noteworthy front page as number 6 out of 20 in the podcast category within six weeks of airing. The show has been heard in over 150 countries across the globe.
The radio show airs every Tuesday and Thursday at 2pm ET on WDJY 99.1 in Atlanta and daily on the Los Angeles podcasting network The 405 Media. A television version also airs on Tuesdays at 8pm ET on KMVT 15 in Silicon Valley.
Full Airing list:
Atlanta (FM Radio), Mountain View (TV), Los Altos (TV), Cupertino (TV), Sunnyvale (TV), Los Angeles (Podcast Network), Kentucky (TV), Virginia/DC (TV, FM Radio), New Mexico (TV), Minnesota (Radio, TV), Colorado (Radio, TV), North Carolina (Radio, TV), San Diego (Radio, TV), & San Antonio (Radio, TV), Australia (Radio, TV), United Kingdom (Radio, TV), Caribbean (Radio, TV).
For additional showtimes across the United States and around the world and to subscribe to the podcast visit www.buildingthefutureshow.com