A live podcast about front end web design and UX.
535: Improving Developer Productivity with Rebecca Murphey
Rebecca Murphey from Stripe talks with us about finding problems - the paper cuts - in your code or team and developing the best solution for them.
534: Web Talks, AI Images, and Redesigning an API
Building websites is cool again, but what threat is there to all of us from AI created images? And how would you design an API in 2022?
533: Bastian Allgeier from Kirby CMS
Bastian Allgeier, creator of the popular CMS Kirby, talks with us about what Kirby is, why Kirby uses flat files, the whole SSG vs flat debate, the $20B Sigma shaped elephant in the room, running Kirby on the edge, how Kirby handles support and licensing, and what kinds of sites use Kirby?
532: Mobile Browser Injections, CascadiaJS + Enhance, CSS Methodologies
An update on the spoon theory talked about in the previous episode, thoughts on the mobile browser injection going on in apps, Chris spoke at CascadiaJS, Enhance.dev released, 4 new CSS methodologies, and quantity vs quality in your work output.
531: Mobile Database, GDPR Fun, and Heroku Shuts Down Free Plan
What database should a mobile app use? Is there any help for GDPR processes? Is there a way to get developers to better match design? How to implement accessibility in a web app environment? Heroku shuts down their free plan, and pricing is hard.
530: Keaton Taylor on Product Design, Career Paths, and DadTalk Show
Keaton Taylor is a product designer at Discord and stopped by the show to talk about getting distracted by new dev toys, spoons as the best worst analogy, Wichita as the new Portland, working at Discord, and the interesting career paths for developers and designers in 2022.
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.