The conversation with KCRW’s Chris Douridas was recorded just after Leonard Cohen’s 82nd birthday. The two talked about the singer’s health and final album, You Want It Darker.
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Malcolm Gladwell is best know for his work as an author including five New York Times Best Sellers: The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference (2000), Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking (2005), Outliers: The Story of Success (2008), What the Dog Saw: And Other Adventures (2009), and David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants (2013). He has been a staff writer for the New Yorker since 1996 and is also the host of one of the most popular podcasts: Revisionist History. Malcolm sat down with Lance in New York for an engaging discussion on a variety of topics including: the order of triathlon events, sports nutrition, the use of power meters in cycling, Edward Snowden, and much more.
Author, developer and web standards evangelist Aaron Gustafson returns to the show to discuss progressive enhancement and how fundamental concepts are still relevant today. We discuss development philosophies as well as dive into development specifics of progressive enhancement, how planning and responsive design fits in, as well as the business and user case for always developing with progressive enhancement in mind.
We continue our survey of the pioneering social/community sites by sitting down with David Bohnett, who, along with John Rezner, founded Geocities. David recounts how a lifelong passion for communications tech inspired the idea of Geocities, how and why the site grew to become one of the 5 most popular web destinations in the world by the late 90s, as well as the company’s blockbuster sale to Yahoo. We also marvel at how Geocities lives on, thanks to the passion and affection of the Geocities community.
Creative director and SuperFriendly founder Dan Mall stops by the show to explain what professionalism is to him: communication and accountability. We expand on these main points with anecdotes and samples, and Dan shares resources to help raise the standards of professionalism on the web.
‘The Big Interview’ is Monocle’s bold new series of in-depth interviews with inspirational names from global politics, business, culture and design. In this inaugural episode, Tom Edwards meets typographer, designer and information architect Erik Spiekermann, who reflects upon his awe-inspiring career spent making our lives and our cities more legible.
There’s not much to be said about Underworld. As one of the most popular electronic acts of all time, the group has been covered every which way from the media over the years. Nonetheless, their story is one worth telling: Band sells out, band starts making the music they love, band finds success, band has heavy drinking member, heavy drinking member sobers up, band is better than ever. It’s simple really. But as RA’s Saoirse Ryan found when she interviewed Karl Hyde earlier this month in advance of the group’s performance at South West Four in London, it’s been anything but simple for Underworld.
Hannah Donovan, Co-founder and Design Director of This is My Jam, and formerly of Last.fm, chats to Jim Carroll from This is Banter at CultureTECH 2014.
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This episode features an interview with Andy Budd of Clearleft.
00:00 Intro Theme
00:11 Introductions/Interview with Andy Budd of Clearleft.
Links / topics mentioned:
“Using Design for Competitive Advantage” at UX Brighton (Video)
“Using Design for Competitive Advantage” (SlideShare)
Design Firm Adaptive Path Acquired By Capital One
Smart Design Shutters Its San Francisco Studio
“Seductive Design” (Video)
“Seductive Design” (SlideShare)
Dark Patterns Wiki
Ryan Air Dark Pattern
On Orbitz, Mac Users Steered to Pricier Hotels
UX London 2015
Well Designed: How to Use Empathy to Create Products People Love
Government Digital Services UK
Space voyeurs, interstellar empire shenanigans, and tea, oh my! The always incredible Ann Leckie takes over the show once more to discuss Ancillary Sword, the much anticipated sequel to the multi-award winning Ancillary Justice. We discuss writing sequels and handling audience expectations, the changes in the Ancillary “universe,” gender and sexuality, empire (duh), and, well, a little bit of cannibalism. What more could you ask for during Thanksgiving?
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