100 episodes

A live podcast about front end web design and UX.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 470 Ratings

A live podcast about front end web design and UX.

    425: Tailwind, Where to Find Inspiration, SVG Corrections, and Web Workers

    425: Tailwind, Where to Find Inspiration, SVG Corrections, and Web Workers

    We're talking about health, Tailwind CSS, getting overwhelmed with where to start on a project, some follow up on SVG sizes and web components, and why isn't there a bigger focus on web workers?

    • 55 min
    424: Web Components, Frameworks vs Vanilla, Accessible Numbers, and SVG Memory Usage

    424: Web Components, Frameworks vs Vanilla, Accessible Numbers, and SVG Memory Usage

    We riff on web components and web component libraries, when and why you should use a framework vs vanilla HTML/CSS/JS, how to make phone numbers more accessible, trying to figure out state, and some thoughts on SVG memory usage.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    423: Sleep Issues, Zoom Masters, Discord as the New Chat, Chris Goes Ruby, and Dave Folds Windows

    423: Sleep Issues, Zoom Masters, Discord as the New Chat, Chris Goes Ruby, and Dave Folds Windows

    This episode we're talking about why we sleep, Zoom call etiquette and practices, spinning up Discord in 2020, Chris going Ruby, Dave working on CSS for foldable Windows devices, and what's the deal with masonry grid and layout?

    • 59 min
    422: The Uncanny Valley of Website, Accessibility Widgets, Motion Settings, and Medium

    422: The Uncanny Valley of Website, Accessibility Widgets, Motion Settings, and Medium

    Is there a way to listen for clicks and defer them until the app becomes available? What's the deal with accessibility widgets for websites? Should the system, browser, or website be responsible for motion settings? And how is Medium as a platform for monetizing your blog?

    • 53 min
    421: Spinning Down Projects, Educating the Back-End Team, and Choosing Old Tech

    421: Spinning Down Projects, Educating the Back-End Team, and Choosing Old Tech

    We're talking about how and when to spin down old projects, sun setting GitHub repos, and forums. We also answer your questions about how to educate and bring along the back-end team with tech, and when you should stick with old tech instead of the new hotness.

    • 45 min
    420: CSS Tricks, Old Tech, Apple Goes Arm, and Building an Image Machine

    420: CSS Tricks, Old Tech, Apple Goes Arm, and Building an Image Machine

    We're talking about Chris' new book of CSS Tricks, building support for old tech on the web, Apple going Arm and what that might mean for Parallels, and building Dave's magical image machine.

    • 1 hr 1 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
470 Ratings

470 Ratings

thegreatclod ,

I love this podcast.

I have listened to this podcast consistently for many years now. It’s so great. Chris and Dave are so smart, so thoughtful, and a true delight to listen to. Being so well respected among their peers they are able to land giants of the web industry as guests on their program but even when they have no guest on they continue to shine. I recommend this podcast to any front end developer or web ux/design professional I know.

deverloperdustin ,

Pretty great

This is my favorite front-end dev podcast.

J. Barshop ,

The perfect mix of entertaining & actionable

Dave, Chris, and their guests provide some incredibly actionable and wide-ranging content for developers and designers looking to level up their skill sets & design world-class products.

If you need a jumping off point, highly recommend starting with their episode with Donna Lichaw - absolutely incredible. After that, hit the subscribe button, pass Go and collect $200. :)

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