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  1. Jeremy Keith on Pencil vs. Pixel

    In this interview, Jeremy Keith talks to us about his experience in public speaking, how he runs conferences, and much more. He gives us advice on how to stand out and how to create an influential voice. Jeremy Keith is a designer, developer, writer and speaker. He is co-founder of Clearleft, a design and development agency based out of Brighton, England. Jeremy is a web standards advocate and prominent figure in the web design community.

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  2. Jeremy Keith - Pencil vs Pixel

    “The key is sincerity.”

    In this interview, Jeremy Keith talks to us about his experience in public speaking, how he runs conferences, and much more. He gives us advice on how to stand out and how to create an influential voice. Jeremy Keith is a designer, developer, writer and speaker. He is co-founder of Clearleft, a design and development agency based out of Brighton, England. Jeremy is a web standards advocate and prominent figure in the web design community.

    http://pencilvspixel.com/042-jeremy-keith/

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  3. Sci-Fi & Me – Jeremy Keith – Stay Curious Café by beyond tellerrand

    I invited Steph Troeth and Jeremy Keith to the online event series of beyond tellerrand titled "Stay Curious". But: we did not talk web. We chatted about Sci-Fi, as both are absolutely passionated for this topic. Here is Jeremy's presentation with an overview about genres and a good list of books to take as recommendation to read. Full transcription here: beyondtellerrand.com/blog/transcription-of-scifi-and-me-with-jeremy-keith Content: 0:00 Welcome 0:45 Introduction – The Library 8:04 What Is Sci-Fi 11:14 What Is Sci-Fi For 12:50 Sci-Fi History 19:18 Sci-Fi Subjects (10 topics) 19:37 Planetary Romance 20:37 Space Opera 21:44 Generation Starships 22:17 Utopia 23:17 Dystopia 24:22 Post-Apocalypse 26:00 Artificial Intelligence 26:56 First Contact 28:32 Time Travel 30:41 Alternate History 31:47 Cyberpunk 33:30 Book Summary (Jeremy's Choice) 35:07 The Library (Outro)

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  4. Sci-Fi & Me – Jeremy Keith – Stay Curious Café by beyond tellerrand

    I invited Steph Troeth and Jeremy Keith to the online event series of beyond tellerrand titled "Stay Curious". But: we did not talk web. We chatted about Sci-Fi, as both are absolutely passionated for this topic. Here is Jeremy's presentation with an overview about genres and a good list of books to take as recommendation to read.

    Full transcription here: https://beyondtellerrand.com/blog/transcription-of-scifi-and-me-with-jeremy-keith

    Content: 0:00 Welcome 0:45 Introduction – The Library 8:04 What Is Sci-Fi 11:14 What Is Sci-Fi For 12:50 Sci-Fi History 19:18 Sci-Fi Subjects (10 topics) 19:37 Planetary Romance 20:37 Space Opera 21:44 Generation Starships 22:17 Utopia 23:17 Dystopia 24:22 Post-Apocalypse 26:00 Artificial Intelligence 26:56 First Contact 28:32 Time Travel 30:41 Alternate History 31:47 Cyberpunk 33:30 Book Summary (Jeremy's Choice) 35:07 The Library (Outro)

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  5. SpoolCast: Achieving Pattern and Component Reuse with Nathan Curtis

    SpoolCast: Achieving Pattern and Component Reuse with Nathan Curtis

    Recorded: December, 2008.

    Brian Christiansen, UIE Podcast Producer

    Duration: 28m | File size: 16MB

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    Dealing with real-life web app production isn’t as glamorous as some aspects of design in the digital realm, but it is full of challenges and can honestly make or break a project. There are ways of truly optimizing certain aspects of the production so that you can create a product with consistent quality at a faster pace. To find out how, I turned to Nathan Curtis.

    Nathan Curtis is a principal and co-founder of Eight Shapes in Washington, D.C., where he is spearheading research into design patterns and component libraries. Eight Shapes turns out great work in the UX and IA realms, with some impressive clients.

    In our discussion, Nathan and I first defined design pattern libraries and component libraries. A pattern library is a repository for ideas and solutions to design interaction problems. Component libraries are comprised of actual functioning parts with real code. An example would be a log-in process. Your pattern would define the experience of logging into your application, from the interaction, and often visual standpoint. Your component would be the chunk of code that represents the set of fields and controls that can be replicated across your organization’s web properties, so that you can easily create a consistent experience for your users, no matter where they may enter your system.

    You can see just from this one example that if you’re designing even a moderately large site, having repositories like these can save you tremendous production time. You can multiply those savings if you have multiple teams working on different portions of the same property. Each team doesn’t need to invent their own wheels and engineer them from scratch.

    We go into more detail in the podcast and also compare these to style guides, which were the first step toward this idea—one that is too often broken, over restrictive, and simply ignored. Tune in to hear how pattern and component libraries can help you avoid these traps.

    Nathan will teach us much more about how to build out your own library of reusable patterns and components in a full-day seminar at our Web App Summit, coming April 2009 to Newport Beach, California. You won’t want to miss it.

    Have you employed a pattern or component library in your projects? What experiences can you share? Please let us know in the comments.

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  6. SitePoint Podcast #111: Responsive Web Design with Jeremy Keith

    Episode 111 of The SitePoint Podcast is now available! This week Louis Simoneau (@rssaddict) talks with Jeremy Keith (@adactio), a UK-based web designer and author of several books on web design. We talk about Jeremy's views on Responsive Web Design, and how Jeremy feels this is creating an exciting time to be a web designer.

    http://blogs.sitepoint.com/podcast-111-responsive-web-design-with-jeremy-keith/

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  7. Jeremy Keith | SSKTN

    Huffduffer is a great service for podcasters and it happens to be built by one guy – Jeremy Keith. Listeners of SSKTN will know that I, Chris Enns, am a big fan of Huffduffer so I wanted to have Jeremy on to chat about Huffduffer. We talked about where the idea came from, the nerdy origins of the name and ways to help your podcast look better when it gets Huffduff’d.

    http://www.ssktn.com/smym/jeremy-keith/

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