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  1. The Big Web Show #20: Creating Readability

    Jeffrey Zeldman and Dan Benjamin talk with Rich Ziade about how Arc90 manages the balance between product development and client services, and how to build a reputation when your client services agreements prevent you from having a public portfolio.


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  2. The Big Web Show Episode 30: Jason Santa Maria

    EPISODE NOTES Jeffrey Zeldman and Dan Benjamin are joined by Jason Santa Maria and discuss mitigating the isolation of working in your underwear by reaching out to the community, avenues for creativity, struggling with the line between good enough and perfection, focus, why speaking and teaching are important, and why sometimes the distraction of working with other people is worth it. EPISODE LINKS Jason Santa Maria Jason Santa Maria (jasonsantamaria) on Twitter Dribbble – Jason Santa Maria Mighty, a Design Studio Typekit Typedia: A Shared Encyclopedia of Typefaces AIGA/NY A List Apart Happy Cog What deux yeux have teux deux teuxday?

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  3. The Big Web Show : Web Conferences

    Dan Benjamin and Jeffrey Zeldman talk with Andy McMillan, founder of Build, an annual “hand-crafted web design conference” located in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and CSS godfather Eric Meyer, co-founder of An Event Apart, the design conference for people who make websites.

    Eric is the founder of Complex Spiral Consulting, a co-founder of the microformats movement, and co-founder (with Jeffrey Zeldman) of An Event Apart, the conference series for people who make web sites. Eric acts as List Chaperone for the highly active css-discuss mailing list, enjoys a good meal whenever possible, and considers almost no type of music to be worthless. He lives in Cleveland Heights with his wife and daughters.

    Andy McMillan is a six foot tall ape descendant who enjoys working on the internet, organizing buildconf (a small, yet perfectly formed, design conference taking place this November in Belfast, Northern Ireland).


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