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Ben Orenstein is joined this week by Phil LaPier, the creator of Bourbon and a designer at thoughtbot. Ben and Phil discuss the design process, fundamentals of visual design, common design errors, and how to be a better designer (even if you’re a developer), and how to work with designers as a developer. They also answer some audience questions about design: How to handle feedback from clients, and HAML vs. HTML.
Ben Orenstein is joined by Kyle Fiedler, a designer at thoughtbot, and one of the creators of Bourbon Neat. Ben and Kyle discuss responsive design, what it is, and how to implement it. They also discuss Bourbon (a library of Sass mixins) and Neat (a fluid grid framework based on Bourbon), what’s wrong with Twitter Bootstrap and why Bourbon Neat is better, and the other reasons why Bourbon Neat was created despite all the other grid frameworks that are available. Kyle shares the most common design mistakes he sees developers make in projects, whether or not design is subjective or whether it can be more objective, his design process and how it has changed, what the Golden Ratio is, and how it’s used in Neat. Finally, they also discuss the Design for Developers workshop offered by thoughtbot, which teaches the fundamental design principles and tools to developers, and much, much more.
In this week’s episode Ben discusses effective business practices and advice for optimal page design with special guest Patrick McKenzie.
Debug is a casual, conversational interview show featuring the best developers in the business about the amazing apps they make and why and how they make them. On this episode Matt Drance of Bookhouse Software, Ryan Nielsen of Tumult, Daniel Jalkut of Red Sweater, and Jason Snell of Macworld join Guy and Rene to talk about Apple’s WWDC 2014 keynote — the Swift programming language, Extensibility, Cloud Kit, Metal, and more.
In which Philip, Christopher and Brett discuss valuing your work & creativity, the pros & cons of software bundles, attending Harvard and the temperature in Minnesota.
“I attended Harvard” -Moze
Harvard CS 50… Half way to 100… complete with a sense of satisfaction.
The Google Cheetah
There’s a difference between knowing the path and walking the path.
Support Brett just as he supports the geek community with a monthly subscription.
If you use Day One you really should use Slogger.
MacHeist – Good, bad or ugly?
Swiss modernist punk posters. Very cool.
Don’t judge the way I enjoy an experience.
QUIT ALL JOBS!
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5by5 - The B&B Podcast #80: Tips and Tricks: OmniFocus
Shawn and Ben talk about Ben’s reluctance to use his iPad as a work device even though he says he wants to, our impressions of the Kickstarted Hidden Radio Bluetooth speaker, Shawn’s initial impressions of the new Kindle Paperwhite, and more.
Kevin and guest co-hosts Dan Benjamin and Haddie Cooke talk about how Apple gets it right in the "Buy WIth Your Phone" arena, and Google’s strategic mobile Maps improvements.
5by5 - In Beta #16: Vampires Nesting
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