36 episodes

The weekly show where an instructional designer, a software engineer, and a user experience designer pick apart the world, one topic at a time.

All of the Above: Design, Code, and Learning Sam Bantner, Bryan Brush, Sean Patrick John Paul George Ringo Doran

    • Arts
    • 4.8 • 18 Ratings

The weekly show where an instructional designer, a software engineer, and a user experience designer pick apart the world, one topic at a time.

    34: None of the Above | The Hiatus Episode

    34: None of the Above | The Hiatus Episode

    Our schedules have become too jam packed, and one of us will be traveling the world for the foreseeable future, so we have to put a pause to the podcast.

    33: Vector v. Raster, with Sean Doran

    33: Vector v. Raster, with Sean Doran

    Ever hear the words “vector” and “raster,” when talking about graphics, but wondered what that actually meant? In this quick episode, Sean goes over the technical differences between the two — and when each image type should be used.

    • 10 min
    32: The Web Design Equation, with Sean Doran

    32: The Web Design Equation, with Sean Doran

    Too many things to keep track of? Today Sean shares the system he uses to manage projects — keeping him focused on solving client projects instead of worrying about what he’s missing.

    • 17 min
    31: Flipped Classrooms, with Bryan M Brush

    31: Flipped Classrooms, with Bryan M Brush

    Bryan goes solo this episode and looks at a growing trend in instructional design known as the flipped classroom. He discusses not only its origins and advantages, but also its pitfalls. By the end of this brief episode you should be able to make sense of what exactly a flipped classroom is.

    • 7 min
    30: Memories, with Sam Bantner

    30: Memories, with Sam Bantner

    Recorded in a car filled with mosquitos in Maine, Sam explains how externally storing our memories let's us remember more..

    • 5 min
    29: Community, with Joe Darnell

    29: Community, with Joe Darnell

    Looking at the offline world, the online world, and how we can use algorithms to seek and uncover communities.

    • 43 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

AaronLMGoodwin ,

One of my favorites

Some great deep-dive conversations from hashtag-millennials.

Kyle McGahey ,

Potential waste of time

As a huge podcast fan this one really disappointed me. The conversation doesn't tend to stay on topic and the hosts don't really seem to take it serious enough in order to keep the guest engaged.

mkderrick ,

Better With a Guest

They seem more focused and on point with a guest. I only listened to a couple of the first episodes but the one about eBooks was definitely more informative and interesting. Excited to hear next week's episode with that Desk guy.

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