Jonathan Snook joins us and talks about SMACSS, writing, workshops and more! Listen to hear about how Jonathan took an idea and expanded that idea into a book and series of workshops. Also find out his take on how to keep material fresh and interesting when you repeat information for different groups of people. To round things out, we’ll also ask Jonathan to tell us about when things at a conference went way unexpected and how he came out of that unscathed.
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Ever wonder what it’s like to run a workshop? Speaking all day comes with a new set of rewards and challenges, find out more about those as Stacey Mulcahy joins us on the podcast. We’ll talk about how public speaking differs between all day workshops versus an hour-long talk. We’ll also talk about what makes a workshop successful, how to plan one, and how to come up with topics to speak about.
Stacey Mulcahy is a Microsoft Technology Evangelist for Windows 8. She’s also really into physical computing – working with the Raspberry Pi, BeagleBoard and the Arduino.
Stacey has spoken at over 45 events on a variety of topics that range from technical to workflow and process. Stacey has spoken at conferences like FITC in Toronto, Vancouver and Amsterdam, Reasons to be Creative, and Halifax Pop Explosion.
This week we talk about patterns in web design and how to prevent our work from getting stagnate.
Styling plays a big part in making the web look super cool and approachable, so it’s important that developers know the fundamentals of CSS, and this is where Chris comes in.
Today we’re going to be chatting about modern front end development practices, user experience, and accessibility.
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Anna Debenham on Code For America, starting a web career at age 14, checking websites in game console browsers, producing 24 Ways, what comes after winning young developer of the year, and the delights of Spotted Dick and Victoria Sponge.
Anna is the author of Front-end Style Guides, creator of the Game Console Browsers website for developers, co-producer of 24 Ways, technical editor for A List Apart, and was Netmag’s Young Developer of the Year 2013.
Our mission is to provide inspiration, motivation and insight into how you design the web. BizCraft Episode 34: In Person Show!
Dan Benjamin and Jeffrey Zeldman talk with Jason Fried, CEO and co-founder of 37 Signals.
Ethan Marcotte is the man who brought the concept of responsive design to the web from the world of architecture.
We would think that, in order to achieve such a feat, Ethan would have to know his tools inside and out just to begin to use them to manipulate the world around him.
But is that the case? How much do we need to know about our tools in order to produce something remarkable?
Jeffrey Zeldman is the godfather of web design. His role in promoting web standards to the community has been instrumental in advancing the way we build and view websites today. But his job is to be a designer. So how do you recognise something that needs to be done and then decide that you are the person to do it?
Jeffrey takes us through his decision making process that has led to him developing A List Apart, An Event Apart and A Book Apart, as well as hosting The Big Web Show, managing his design agency and writing books about web design. Then we talk about the importance of giving something back to the community to ensure longevity.
This week our question comes from one of our subscribers, Ellis Taylor.
Ellis replied to last weeks newsletter and asked about best practices when it comes to loading in additional content at various breakpoints.
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