A live podcast about front end web design and UX.
439: Container Queries, Desk and Cable Routing, and Designing a Clicky Keyboard
Chris talks about his desk and cable organization in his new office, Dave talks about his new custom keyboard, and then they go for a deep dive into container queries.
438: ARM Based Macs, Digital Minimalism, Podcast SEO, and Monetization on the Web
Chris & Dave talking SEO, advice for pushing scripts to the end of a page, digital minimalism, LinkedIn Recruiters, ARM based Mac computers, and web monetization.
437: WordPress vs Jamstack Followup, iPad SVG Drawings, CSS in PHP, and Self Hosted Video
A bit of WordPress vs Jamstack fall out, iPad SVG drawing followup before diving into your questions: Can you use PHP to serve CSS? What's the ideal pipeline from request to deploy? And are there good options for self hosting video?
436: Control UI with Greg Whitworth
435: Magic, iPad Sidecar, Getting Unstuck, Image Compression, and The Website
Show Description****************Chris is nostalgic for Magic the Gathering, Dave's wishing he hadn't added drawings to his blog, they're both mouthblogging about image compression and AVIF, and Jeremey Keith is back with chapter 3: The Website. Listen on Website →Links***** Sidecar on iPad A quintessential blogging mistake ChrisCoyier.net ZText Cloudinary Cloudflare Workers AVIF has Landed Sqoosh […]
434: Natalya Shelburne on Design Engineering
Natalya Shelburne is out guest to talk about her work at the New York Times, the importance of job titles, design engineering, design systems, and 2020 hot takes and soapboxes: childcare in the pandemic, education, and conferences.
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Long time listener, friend of the show
Feel like I’ve been listening to this show forever, I don’t regret it though. The title is incredibly apt. If you’ve worked in a web shop / agency you’ll be nodding along almost immediately. Rapid-fire episodes are my favourite, but I do like that their shake up the format for something different.
Best web podcast of the decade
Chris and Dave may occasionally talk absolute rubbish, but when you cover hundreds of topics, endless listener questions and an awesome array of guests, you can't help but come up against subjects to complex to give a simpler answer to!
There guys truely embody the attitude of just getting out and doing it with a level of inspiring positivity!
Too political at times
Great podcast overall but from time to time it just becomes a political correctness olympics. It’s a shame that it seems to transcend every aspect of our society and people can’t even listen to a tech podcast without being beaten to death with it.