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  1. Episode 5: Is Good Design Good for You?

    Our fifth episode of the “Wireframe” digs into the intersection of design and ethical practice. In it we trace the origins of Facebook’s famous Like button back in time to a frenzied hackathon in the last decade when it was conceived as a way of easily spreading positivity all over the Internet. We then look at the massive, unintended consequences of that tiny but momentous bit of UI, and how it demonstrates a model for creating products you love so much you can’t put down, for better or worse. This was one of my favorite episodes because it endeavors to ask questions every designer should be thinking about in his or her work.

    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/gimletcreative/episode-5-is-good-design-good-for-you
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Wed, 14 Nov 2018 15:25:52 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  2. #11: Why Most Design Conferences Suck

    What’s this??! The audio doesn’t suck in this episode?! We’re like NPR or something!

    This episode is all about why Jonathan and Jake think Design Conferences mostly suck. If you thought this episode didn’t suck then please give us a 5 star rating in iTunes so that we can feed our fragile egos :)

    Say hi to us on social media!

    • Jake on Twitter: @jakek
    • Jonathan on Instagram: @jicecream

    Link to Shortcut-O-Matic: https://medium.com/@jicecream/shortcut-o-matic-a-simple-exercise-that-will-improve-your-life-immediately-1b2a98c355a7

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/ajsmartdesign/11-why-most-design-conferences-suck
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Wed, 14 Nov 2018 11:11:06 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  3. 53: How to Design Non-Sh**t Conferences with Andy Budd

    Jonathan interviews Andy Budd, co-founder of Clearleft and the man behind popular design conferences like UX London and Leading Design. Jonathan asks lots of questions and but doesn’t even get close to asking everything he wants to ask. Some of the topics Jonathan and Andy touch on:

    How Andy is pathological! It’s true! 👻

    What are conferences for? Spoiler: it’s not education! 🤔

    How to connect with people at conferences? 🤚🏻

    How does Andy balance watching over 500 conference talks a year with running Clearleft? 🤯

    Managing cashflow when running an agency. 🤑

    How to agency? 🧐

    Lastly they talk about selling out, because, spoiler, Jonathan is thinking of SELLING OFF AJ&SMART! WHAAAT! Yeah, no, just kidding. 😌

    https://medium.com/product-breakfast-club-links-unofficial/53-how-to-design-non-sh-t-conferences-with-andy-budd-9e61e7c4613f

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  4. 5by5 | The Big Web Show #181: Last Agency Standing – with Clearleft’s Andy Budd

    Web design pioneer, Clearleft chief executive, and UX thought leader Andy Budd chats with Big Web Show host Jeffrey Zeldman about the failings and triumphs of our design community over the past 20 years, why the success of design thinking killed the market for design studios, and how to reinvent your studio or agency for today’s market.

    http://5by5.tv/bigwebshow/181

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  5. Gimlet Creative | Good Design is Good Civics | Gimlet Creative

    The Boston Mayor’s Office was having a problem: Not enough residents were reporting their own problems into the city. Sure, the 311 phone line had its old school devotees. But Boston decided they could reach a whole new population by creating a brand new 311 mobile app. The only issue? Turning a human-operated phone line into a mobile app isn’t easy. Designers at the mayor’s office looked around at another city’s 311 app—and made their own share of mistakes—to figure out how to get it done.

    https://creative.gimletmedia.com/episode/good-design-good-civics/

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  6. 154 – ☀️ Dan Mall – An Event Apart Orlando 2018 – Thunder Nerds

    From one designer to a front-end developer: I’m so grateful for you. You take my pretty pictures and turn them into real-live websites and applications; you convert ideas and sketches into real things that people can use. And even despite that superpower, you rarely get the respect you deserve. It’s time for that to change. No longer will I throw my comps over the proverbial wall for you to blindly build. I’ll change my process for you. Let’s sketch together more to be more efficient and effective as a team. Let’s decide in the browser more. I’ll learn to write JSON for you. Let’s share stories about new, more modern ways of shipping products at higher quality in record time. This is gonna be great!

    https://www.thundernerds.io/2018/10/dan-mall-an-event-apart-orlando-2018/

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  7. Gimlet Creative | Good Design is Human | Gimlet Creative

    “How do we design systems that support people and humanity, as opposed to just getting the job done? ”

    —Irene Au

    From airplane crashes, to industrial disasters and medical error: When things go terribly wrong, why do we blame human beings instead of bad design?

    https://creative.gimletmedia.com/episode/good-design-human-centric/

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  8. 328: Jen Simmons and Intrinsic Web Design - ShopTalk

    Jen Simmons is back to talk about what’s new in Firefox including a dev tools update. We also chat about sub grid, variable font support, and discuss whether all the new stuff that’s been added over the last few years heralds a new era of web design.

    https://shoptalkshow.com/episodes/328-jen-simmons-intrinsic-web-design/

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  9. Designing for Everyone, Everywhere with Luke Wrobkewski | Overtime

    Our latest Overtime guest, Luke Wroblewski, is known best for humanizing technology. He’s the author of several web design books, has founded several start-ups that were later acquired, and he’s now the Product Director at Google.

    In this episode, Dan and Luke discuss the key ideas behind his book Mobile First and how that translates to building for devices today, why we should be data-informed not data-driven when it comes to building products, and what he learned from his time creating and building Bagcheck and Polar.

    https://overtime.simplecast.fm/luke-wroblewski

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  10. Presentable #51: An Oral History of Web Standards With Jeffrey Zeldman - Relay FM

    Designer, author, speaker, publisher, podcaster and longtime friend Jeffrey Zeldman joins the show to reminisce on the origin of the Web Standards Project and it’s legacy 20 years on.

    https://www.relay.fm/presentable/51

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