This week we were joined by Lara Swanson, formerly UX manager at Dyn and now a manager of mobile web at Etsy. Lara has long been a champion of web performance, UX, and being a good front end developer.
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Andy tells us the best practices to employ when building your site for your target audience. Also discover what it takes for your designs to stand out.
Directions Magazine, the first regularly published online magazine covering geospatial technology.
The SFFaudio Podcast #083 – Jesse talks with Jeremy Keith of Huffduffer.com about his website. Huffduffer can turn any MP3 file on the web into a podcast! Huffduffer lets you make your own curated podcasts and share them with the world.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee is a pretty important person when it comes to the 21st century. He pretty much invented the World Wide Web, and currently leads the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
He’s also a big proponent of linked data — a concept that he says differs somewhat from open data.
By Christian Heilmann
Herbert Van de Sompel is a digital librarian who wonders why the web has no memory, and wants to do something about that. In this conversation he tells host Jon Udell about the Memento project, a proposed protocol that browsers can use to scroll through historical versions of web resources.
Jared Spool interviews Erin Malone and Christian Crumlish, authors of the new book, Designing Social Interfaces. An outgrowth from creating the Yahoo! Design Pattern Library, the book is a perfect repository for anyone planning, designing, and building social aspects into their applications.
Jared discusses several points with Erin and Christian, including,
- How the book became a huge collection of social design elements and how people are using Designing Social Interfaces in the wild
- Could a better understanding of social design patterns have helped Google launch Buzz with less blowback?
- Expecting to build a community on your site, versus leveraging existing communities (for example, Facebook Connect)
- The growth of social in new contexts (mobile, new audiences)
Shaun Inman is the creator of Mint, Fever, IFR, and Mimeo and the Kleptopus King, a brand new game for the iPhone.
Dan and Shaun discuss the creative process, transitioning from a designer to developer to game maker, music, inspiration, building community, and more.
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"… In this episode of the Stack Overflow podcast, Joel and Jeff discuss the promise and peril of Email (both social and technical), Google Buzz, and the value of training material."From http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2010/02/podcast-83/
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