Ire Aderinokun, UI/UX designer and front end developer, the first Nigerian female Google Developer expert and co-founder of Nigerian cryptocurrency platform Buycoins Africa, shares her journey as a female developer and how she co-founded Buycoins Africa, her experience with Y Combinator and lessons she’s learned in her tech career.
We then also talk about the move of…
This week’s guest is the doyen of design Jon Hicks.
In this episode we discuss:
The limitations of a logo
How no one really cares about your logo
Not letting the designer ego take over
Digital Brand Design – did Liz invent it (she wishes) and what does it mean
Responsive logo design
Digital first approach to logo design
Jon’s latest project iHasco
Comedies we love
Founder of the iconic group The Go Betweens, Robert Forster, joins Robin and Josie this week to talk about his new book Grant and I. There’s also chat of the work of Alan Bennett, Jack Kerouac and TS Elliot. And then Josie discovers Robert is a fan of The Neapolitan Novels…
Geneticist, author and broadcaster Dr Adam Rutherford joins Robin and Josie in the studio this week to talk about many things including his latest book, The Book of Humans.
Alexis Madrigal joins Matt Thompson to solve the ills of the modern internet.
Coder, writer, composer, and founding developer of WordPress Matt Mullenweg is Jeffrey Zeldman’s guest.
Open Source will save us. The WordPress 5.0 rollout. When Matthew met Jeffrey. Browsers in the age of Blink. AMP & HTML. Gutenberg: blocks and key commands. IE5. Box models. Google: still doing no evil?
On Function, our focus is about how technology has influenced culture and communications, and nothing encompasses the intersection of these concepts more than social media. It’s allowed us to express our innermost feelings, meet people that share our interests, and find community with others from all over the world.
This week, we’re doing something a little different. Anil sits down with some of the pioneers of the social web — Bruce Ableson (founder of Open Diary), Lisa Phillips (former senior system administrator at LiveJournal), and Andrew Smales (founder of Diaryland) — for an oral history about social media 20 years ago. What was the Web like in 1999? How did these websites begin, and what did the media think about them? How have the features of these networks influenced the Web that we know today, and can we get that old feeling back of the early social web?
This week, we dive deep on several design principles that will help you make better decisions when creating interfaces and interactions. In Follow-up, we discuss the etiquette of responding to recruiter emails, and in News, we cover Twitter’s latest exploration into presence and status. And as always, we share a couple cool things, including an innovative basketball shoe and an updated personal site.
This week, Phia wonders what kind of person falls for phishing attacks. Is it only insanely gullible luddites, or can smart, tech savvy people get phished, too? To find out, she conducts an experiment on her poor, unsuspecting coworkers.
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