ctdesign / Chris Taylor

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  1. Code for America — Responsive Web Design

    That’s great. Another really great thing is our sponsor, Campaign Monitor. I’m really glad they’re involved with the podcast because they have this new email builder they wanted us to tell you about, called Canvas. It’s based on styles, not canned templates that you have to choose from. What I like about the sound of that is that your content actually drives the design instead of the other way around. You’re not necessarily constrained into these little uncomfortable boxes to silo your information into. Now while they do have several preset pattern layouts to choose from, they also have this really well-executed drag-and-drop functionality that’s core to the tool. I’ve been a big fan of Campaign Monitor for years, they’ve been really great and generous about giving back to the community, in terms of publishing resources to make CSS-driven email much more approachable. Generally speaking, their software is built on top of a decade’s worth of tricks and hacks to make your emails just work across all the millions of email clients out there. Which is another reason I’m really excited they’re part of a Responsive Web Design Podcast.


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  2. The Lean Startup: 10 Reasons Most Startups FAIL

    Eric Ries (Co-founder of IMVU / Author & Founder of “The Lean Startup”) is sought after worldwide for the methodology he advocates for both startups and large companies. In this session, Eric explains why most startups fail, how The Lean Startup has revolutionized entrepreneurship, and what you can do TODAY to improve your odds of building a game-changing product. This session is sponsored by 500 Start Ups.

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  3. Lean Startup

    This week Bob talks with Eric Ries about his Lean Startup concept and taking an entirely different approach to building your startup. Is 1 success and 9


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  4. Service Design

    Using Lean thru Service Design Thinking to drive Continuous Improvement in Lean Sales and Marketing, Lean Services, Lean Design


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  5. 5by5 | The Web Ahead #3: Jeremy Keith on Everything Web

    Jeremy Keith joins Jen to talk about Mobilewood, future-friendlying websites, responsive design techniques, digital preservation, html5 semantics, Firefox 7, and much more.


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  6. Works well with Others | Big web show

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  7. Unexpected Item In The Bagging Area — dConstruct Audio Archive

    In the 1980s geophysicist Andy Hildebrand was working for Exxon analysing seismic survey data. Hildebrand created digital signal processing software that took recordings of waves travelling through the ground from dynamite explosions and processed them to find hidden pockets of oil.


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  8. Play in new window

    In this interview, Seth Godin Author of We Are All Weird explains how to become a master at your craft, build your tribe and why having guts ensures success.


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  9. Play in new window

    In this interview, Oliver Reichenstein Founder of iA explains the importance of keeping interfaces simple and why current websites are complicated.


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  10. Play in new window

    In this interview, Chris Wanstrath Co-founder and CEO of GitHub shares what he has learnt from growing his startup and what the pains were.


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