55 – Down Wit SVG? Yeah You Know Me with Chris Coyier

In this episode we get to speak with “CSS MAN”, Chris Coyier. We talk with Chris about his new book PRACTICAL SVG, and dive into some of the reasons that our community doesn’t reach for SVG when we should. The conversation get’s into the details of his new book, and then we connect it back to Chris’s next speaking event at An Event Apart in April. Then we discuss the recent redesign of CSS-Tricks, and the logic behind the quick update. Then we talk about how Chris and Dave started the ShopTalk Show podcast, and the behind the scenes work that goes into each episode. We might talk about other stuff like CodePen too, but it’s hard to tell by the quality of the internet service in Miami-Dade County.

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52 – Love What You Do & Socialize Your Work with Product Designer Brendan Kearns

In this episode we employ telephony to communicate across the pond with Brendan Kearns, a Product Designer at InVisionApp and an Awwwards Judge. We explore some of his international work experience in places like London, Melbourne, and San Francisco and chat about his new role at InVisionApp. We talk about freelance and the value of a portfolio versus simply socializing your current work. There is also a dive into Brendan’s involvement in General Assembly as a User Experience & Product Design Instructor. We’ll also learn how an owl brought Brendan a letter from Hogwarts and he magically became an Awwwards Judge …And Bob Dumbledore’s your uncle.

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46 – Music, Atomic Design & Sharing Your Knowledge with Brad Frost

In this episode we get to speak with Web designer, developer, consultant, speaker and writer: Brad Frost. We discuss Brad’s passion for music and review his new Behringer X32 RACK Digital Mixer. Brad also shares the story behind the iconic space helmet, and reveals the future friendly connection.

Brad is a web designer, speaker, writer, and consultant located in beautiful Pittsburgh, PA. He’s passionate about creating Web experiences that look and function beautifully on a never-ending stream of connected devices, and is constantly tweeting, writing and speaking about it. He’s the author of Atomic Design, and has also helped create several tools and resources for web designers, including This Is Responsive, Pattern Lab, Styleguides.io, WTF Mobile Web, and Mobile Web Best Practices.

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45 – Modern Tools for Digital Product Designers with Designer Kevin Lynagh

In this episode we get to speak with Designer Kevin Lynagh. We review his beginnings from studying physics in university, to his newest creation Subform. Subform is a CAD-inspired design tool focused on the unique constraints of UX/UI design. It empowers designers to create responsive layouts, enforce consistent styles, build stateful components, and work with real content—all inside of a familiar, desktop-based visual design environment. Back Subform on Kickstarter.

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