CTRL+CLICK CAST is a podcast for web designers, developers, freelancers and digital agency owners. If you work on the web, we’ve got something for you! Formerly the EE Podcast, CTRL+CLICK is produced by Bright Umbrella and hosted by web industry veterans Lea Alcantara and Emily Lewis.
ctrlclickcast.com Mobile Refresh, Part 2
In Part 2 of the ctrlclickcast.com Refresh series, Lea and Emily explain the technical process of translating the design to a completely rehauled front-end and upgrading to ExpressionEngine 5 that finally led to a launch.
Content Strategy with Carrie Hane
Tanzen's Carrie Hane joins the show to discuss how fundamental content strategy is to organizational goals. We learn what's involved in content strategy, its execution, and its benefits.
ExpressionEngine Community Association with TJ Draper
What is the new ExpressionEngine Community Association about? EECA president TJ Draper joins the show to explain the origins of the organization, its goals, and what's next with the EE Conference.
ctrlclickcast.com Mobile Refresh, Part 1
In Part 1 of the ctrlclickcast.com Refresh series, Lea and Emily dive into the planning, content, IA and design process to launch a modern, mobile-friendly website.
Vector Media Group’s Acquisition of Happy Cog with Matt Weinberg & Stuart Henry
What does the recent Happy Cog acquisition mean for our industry? Vector Media Group partners Matt Weinberg and Stuart Henry join the show to explain why they pursued an acquisition, how the process evolved, and what they see changing in the digital agency landscape.
2018 Year in Review
In our 8th (!) Year in Review, we touch on what we learned in tech, business and life this past year. Plus, special guest Erin Lewis is back to give us the rundown on this year's Rapidfire Questions.
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This is an awesome podcast, particularly if you have an interest in web technologies/workflows and CMS software (not just the big 3 DrumlaPress). I found it through my interest in ep #36 Twig Templating for Craft CMS - a great interview with Marion Newlevant.
The hosts are relaxed yet focussed, keeping the each show on topic while adding their own fun personalities. It's also produced cleanly without any of those over the top radio bumpers/transitions.
A much needed podcast, just wish I'd found it earlier :-)
Encouraging to listen to
I found this show through the “Humanising Business” episode. It was an incredible and timely find. I had previously spent a frustrating few years trying to represent a humanised approach to UX strategy, and ended up burnt out and cynical about the work. Listening to the interesting discussion points on the relationship between people and the things they plan - it restored some of my faith in our industry’s ability to be better and do better. :) I will definitely be tuning in a lot more to this podcast.