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Non Breaking Space Show

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Weekly podcast seeking out the best, brightest, and smartest creatives to find out why they do what they do and how they did it. Free trial plan, no CC required.

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CSS in Depth — Keith J. Grant
Keith J. Grant stops by to talk with Christopher about his new book, CSS in Depth, and what he’s discovered about the design language of the web during the writing process. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 0:50 How’d you get involved with the web? 2:45 What was your talk about at CSS Dev Conf? 4:10 Setting font sizes to pixels vs ems/rems. 7:50 What was the process for writing your book? 12:50 What CSS topics did you have to leave out? 16:10 Covering CSS grid and float in the same book? 17:10 What’s sub grid? 23:20 Why is CSS the most neglected part of the web stack? 26:30 What’s new about CSS that you learned writing this book? 28:00 Do you just port animations over to JavaScript now? Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter KeithJGrant @KeithJGrant on Twitter Keith Grant on GitHub CSS in Depth Stop Thinking in Pixels CSS Secrets by Lea Verou CSS The Definitive Guide Resilient, Declarative, Contextual Follow The Non Breaking Space Show Non Breaking Space Show on TuneIn Non Breaking Space Show for Android Non Breaking Space Show on Google Play Non Breaking Space Show on iTunes Non Breaking Space Show on Facebook 📺 Non Breaking Space Show on YouTube Non Breaking Space Show Newsletter
Comic-Con, Scutoids, and Burnt Out Millennials
Simon St. Laurent stops by the show to discuss with Christopher the winners of Comic-Con San Diego, the finding of a new shape, and the bittersweet tanking of social media companies Twitter and Facebook failing to grow revenue off our data. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 2:05 Story #8 — Ranking San Diego Comic Con 2018 Trailers, From Worst to Best 24:10 Story #7 — Meet the 11% of Americans who don’t use the internet 35:20 Story #6 — Burned-out millennials are quitting lucrative jobs 42:10 Story #5 — Facebook’s forecast for the future looks suddenly bleak 47:15 Story #4 — Twitter shares drop 19 percent after reporting declining monthly active users 50:30 Story #3 — Amazon’s Face Recognition Falsely Matched 28 Members of Congress With Mugshots 55:20 Story #2 — Scientists discover a new shape and it’s been hiding inside your skin 59:10 Story #1 — Liquid water ‘lake’ revealed on Mars Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Simon on Twitter Best San Dieog Comic-Con 2018 Trailers from Worst to Best Meet the 11% of Americans who don’t use the internet Burned-out millennials are quitting lucrative jobs Facebook’s forecast for the future looks suddenly bleak Zuckerberg loses more than $15 billion in record Facebook fall Twitter shares drop 19 percent after reporting declining monthly active users Amazon’s Face Recognition Falsely Matched 28 Members of Congress With Mugshots Amazon’s Face Recognition Falsely Matched 28 Members of Congress With Mugshots Scutoid: Scientists Discover an Entirely New Shape—and It’s Been Hiding Inside Your Skin Cells Liquid water ‘lake’ revealed on Mars Follow The Non Breaking Space Show Non Breaking Space Show on TuneIn Non Breaking Space Show for Android Non Breaking Space Show on Google Play Non Breaking Space Show on iTunes Non Breaking Space Show on Facebook 📺 Non Breaking Space Show on YouTube Non Breaking Space Show Newsletter
Erika Hall — Conversational Design
Co-founder of Mule Design, Erika Hall, joins Christopher to talk about her new book, Conversational Design, and also about how Mule Design works with teams to communicate and design better and more collaboratively. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 1:20 What is conversational design? 4:20 Conversations with robocalls 9:50 People still love websites. 13:10 Google and people are error tolerant unlike voice assistants. 16:00 A book about as much about content strategy as conversational design 18:00 How do you convince your boss to use this? 24:45 Delightful / delight as a design term is a controversial term these days. 31:20 How do you work with teams who create or discuss design systems into their products or services? 35:00 Research is often used for confirmation biases 39:30 People can sit next to each other and never collaborate 43:30 People often have a tacit agreement to not point out when higher ups doing something wrong 48:00 If it helps to have Mule Design come in and say the things people would get fired for saying, that’s a service we provide. 51:30 What are some signs that your company or culture is successfully clicking? 54:20 How can people find Erika Hall online? Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Erika Hall on Twitter 📕 Conversational Design from A Book Apart Mule Design What Google Learned from its Quest to Build the Perfect Team Follow The Non Breaking Space Show Non Breaking Space Show on TuneIn Non Breaking Space Show for Android Non Breaking Space Show on Google Play Non Breaking Space Show on iTunes Non Breaking Space Show on Facebook 📺 Non Breaking Space Show on YouTube Non Breaking Space Show Newsletter
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Started
Jan 23rd, 2012
Latest Episode
Aug 5th, 2018
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
147
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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