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  1. 5by5 | The Big Web Show #136: Designed With Web Standards: USA! USA! featuring Maya Benari

    Jeffrey Zeldman’s Big Web Show guest is front-end designer Maya Benari (@mayabenari), a leading contributor to the U.S. Web Design Standards.

    http://5by5.tv/bigwebshow/136

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  2. The Big Web Show #133: The Truth about Facebook Likes, with Sarah Parmenter

    Sarah Parmenter (@sazzy) and Jeffrey Zeldman discuss social media, the truth about Facebook Likes, growing your design business, getting bigger clients, sucking the joy out of web design, how the industry is changing, hair care for manly men, and more.

    http://5by5.tv/bigwebshow/133

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  3. The Big Web Show #131: Life After Typekit with Jeff Veen

    Jeffrey Zeldman’s guest is web pioneer Jeff Veen (@veen), cofounder of Typekit and Adaptive Path, co-creator of Measuremap, author of The Art & Science of Web Design and Hot Wired Style, ex-Google, ex-Adobe, now with True Ventures capital investment firm. Jeff and Jeffrey discuss creating the tools our community uses to make the stuff the world consumes, agency versus in-house design, consulting design monetization versus product design monetization, parent hacks, mentoring, the early web design days of Debabelizer and using server-side push for animation (because animated GIFs didn’t exist yet), how companies get valuated, what it takes to make a thing (versus what it takes to scale it), speaking versus writing, research, empathy, and saying no to products that kill kittens.

    http://5by5.tv/bigwebshow/131

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  4. The Big Web Show #125: “You’re My Favorite Client,” with Mike Monteiro

    Designers Mike Monteiro (author, “You’re My Favorite Client”) and Jeffrey Zeldman discuss why humility is expensive, how to reassure the client at every moment that you know what you’re doing, and how to design websites that look as good on Day 400 as they do on Day 1. Plus old age, unsung heroines of the early web, and a book for designers to give to their clients.

    http://5by5.tv/bigwebshow/125

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  5. 5by5 | The Web Ahead #65: The Future of the Web Stack with Simon St. Laurent

    Is there a new anti-web trend of engineers who are relieved to finally get to use modern techniques when program for the web, tossing out "that icky stuff" and with it, actually trashing years of known best practices? Simon St. Laurent joins Jen Simmons.

    http://5by5.tv/webahead/65

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  6. The Big Web Show 115: Achieving Empathy for Institutions

    Anil Dash and Jeffrey Zeldman discuss how government, media, and tech shape the world, and how we can influence them in turn. Our first meeting at SXSW in 2002. How selling CMS systems teaches you the dysfunction at media companies and organizations. Working for the music industry at the dawn of Napster. RFP-EZ. The early days of blogging. Designing websites for the government—the procurement problem. If we’re pouring all this time into social media, what do we want to get out of it? How big institutions work and how to have an impact on them. Living in “Joe’s Apartment.” Why, until recently, federal agencies that wanted a blog couldn’t use WordPress or Tumblr and how the State Dept got on Tumblr. Achieving empathy for institutions. Being more thoughtful about what I share and who I amplify on social media. The launch of Thinkup, and a special offer exclusively for Big Web Show listeners.

    http://muleradio.net/thebigwebshow/115

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  7. 114: Designing and Developing “The Web at 25” Website

    Mike Pick & Tim Murtaugh talk about creating a “Web at 25” website in five and a half weeks. Design, approval, and client focus. Working for geniuses. What we’d be doing if the web didn’t exist. Keeping the web open. What the W3C has in common with IndieWeb. The web today: more powerful, more empowering. Specialization and creativity. The effect of mobile on the digital divide.

    http://muleradio.net/thebigwebshow/114

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  8. The Big Web Show 113: From Britain With Love: Front End Style Guides

    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.

    http://muleradio.net/thebigwebshow/113

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  9. The Big Web Show 112: Responsive Images Get Real

    Mat Marquis, chair of the W3C Responsive Images Community Group, sits down with Zeldman to discuss guidelines for responsive images in multi-device design. The two web designers discuss the history, theory, and multi-leveled challenge of responsive images, the path to standardization, and what browsers will do next.

    The goal of a “responsive images” solution is to deliver images optimized for the end user’s context, rather than serving the largest potentially necessary image to everyone. Unfortunately, this hasn’t been quite so simple in practice as it is in theory.

    http://muleradio.net/thebigwebshow/112

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  10. The Big Web Show 111: Web Design Comes of Age

    Andrew Clarke in comversation with Zeldman on design, therapy and name changes on the Big Web Show.

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