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Best Chris Coyier podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Chris Coyier podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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CSS-Tricks Screencasts is focused on showing you tips, tricks, techniques about web design. Code samples can be extremely helpful, but sometimes it is even more helpful to watch someone as they code. In CSS-Tricks Screencasts will show you real live CSS and HTML code being written and tested right on the screen. Topics will vary but will always center around design and usability.
 
Gosh - keeping up with web development technologies is hard! We interview the best devs in the industry who share their strategies on how they do it. We get insight into their passion for programming, the methods and tools they can’t live without, and how they keep up with the industry's rapid pace. Every episode ends with a "Quickfire Question Round": answers to 5 rapid-fire questions provide some invaluable tips on how to become a first class dev. Keep pushing the limits, and keep pushing ...
 
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Show Description **************** 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. Listen on Website → Links ***** Global Defense Club Th…
 
RESOURCES Sarah Doody’s website UX Portfolio Formula How to Get Stakeholders to Buy Into User Research Copy Blogger UX Writing Communities Darrel Vesterfelt from Copyblogger on Pat Flynn’s redesign How to Deal with Stubborn Stakeholders P.S. I am an affiliate for Sarah’s UX Portfolio Formula course. But that’s only because I highly recommend it and…
 
Show Description **************** 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. Listen on Website → Links ***** Greatest CSS Tricks Volume 1 Why Figma Wins Figma Notion Affinity Designer Sketch Parallels …
 
Show Description **************** We're talking email, custom properties to tame the CSS stack, scroll trigger animation, WordPress blocks, mobile first vs desktop first design, and getting stuff to look nice on mobile Safari. And MORE! Listen on Website → Links ***** Chris Pratt’s Email Strategy Buy a CSS Flexbox Poster dina Amin Calendly Using Cu…
 
Show Description **************** We read some blogs and have some questions of our own: LH vs RLH? What about styling the shadow DOM with CSS shadow parts? Should you focus your work on what's loaded in your brain already? What is the Developer Experience? RUM and making decisions with or without data. Listen on Website → Links ***** Webplatform N…
 
Show Description **************** We're talking RSS feeds, Gemstone 4, MMO games, DnD, Jekyll vs Eleventy performance, email newsletters, Github and Microsoft, and strategies for dealing with Jamstack page jank. Listen on Website → Links ***** Feedbin Reeder NetNewsWire Rendezvous with Cassidoo Newsletter Advanced Custom Fields Jekyll Eleventy Redw…
 
Anti-Racism Resources: The Third Option : a great book by Miles McPherson on how to end Racial Division in America White Fragility: a great book about why it's so tough for white individuals to have conversations about racism and how to move forward The Conscious Kid: A great resource for parents wanting to teach there kids about anti-racism The Br…
 
Show Description **************** We're talking about what's going on in the world and in our worlds, a bit of banjo talk, building in WordPress and the fancy world of workers, new web performance details from Google, and answering a question about static site generator performance. Listen on Website → Links ***** How to Make this Moment the Turnin…
 
YOU’LL LEARN How to learn skills to have a freelance side hustle What to do when you’re first getting started on Upwork How to use Upworks job filter tool to find projects that are perfect for you How to write the perfect job proposal on Upwork How to tell when a client will be a nightmare to work with How to optimize your Upwork profile page for g…
 
Show Description **************** Jen Simmons is back on the show to talk with us about her new HTML Essentials course, CSS Aspect Ratio, rendering engines vs browsers, and a big announcement from her personally! Listen on Website → Links ***** Cloudlifter CSS Working Group YouTube Layout Land HTML Essential Training The Web Platform Podcast #197 w…
 
Snook published an article titled “Overlapping Header with CSS Grid” where he looks at a header design pattern that I feel transcends trends and has been popular forever. The idea is that the header is oversized and the main content area sneaks up into it and overlaps the background of the header. There is just something kinda nice and comforting a…
 
YOU’LL LEARN How to create systems that reduce your workload How to delegate what you’re doing so you can focus on where you add the most value in your business How to create automated workflows in your web design business How to increase your prices as a web designer How to get recurring revenue as a web designer How to start your web design busin…
 
This is the second video in 3-video series on using Notion. In Part 1 we covered a lot of ground on what Notion is how it’s great for any team, and web development teams in particular. In this video, we’ll take a look at the two absolute biggest things I do in Notion: Team Meetings Project Planning … Read article “#187: Notion for Team Meetings & D…
 
Show Description **************** We're back doing a Rapidfire through your questions including: Is there a way to control text in the prompt for user permissions? Have we tried Emacs? How do you write better words? When is it appropriate to add a new framework to your resume? Do you think there is a front end ceiling? Listen on Website → Links ***…
 
You can find the free Starter Kit Course at selfmadewebdesigner.com YOU’LL LEARN Ways to tell if a client is going to be a nightmare How the Upwork Job Success Score Works Ways to get a good Job Success Score on Upwork What to do if you lose your Top-Rated status on Upwork How to handle a bad client How to come back from a discouraging season as a …
 
Show Description **************** Gerry McGovern talks with us about the amount of energy used sending the bits and bytes around the internet, the cost of storage, new phones vs old phones, the scale of data, and how do we adjust our process and culture to make changes? Listen on Website → Links ***** World Wide Waste book The Theory of Constraints…
 
I’m a big fan of Notion, particularly for keeping teams in sync. I work on teams of developers, and I find it works particularly well for that. If I had to sum it up really quickly, I’d tell Notion is for collaborative documents. But that undersells it. Sign Up for Notion In this video, I take my time explaining what Notion is and how I use it so t…
 
Masking in CSS is one way to hide parts of the element and show others. Another is clip-path, but let’s not focus on that today. “Masks are images; Clips are paths” is one way to think about the difference, although it certainly gets confusing. In this video, we’ll look at how similar mask and its mask-* properties are really similar to the backgro…
 
You can find the free Starter Kit Course at selfmadewebdesigner.com YOU’LL LEARN How to narrow down your niche as a web designer How to build a web design business starting from scratch This first thing to buy when your web design business starts making money How to get recurring revenue from clients How to use google reviews to improve your SEO pe…
 
Show Description **************** Tom Preston-Werner joins the show to talk about his latest project, RedwoodJS, and the decisions made about how it works, public APIs, how tied to Netlify RedwoodJS is, and why they're using Prisma. Listen on Website → Links ***** RedwoodJS JestJS Fauna MongoDB Prisma GraphQL Chatterbug Sponsors ********…
 
The fact that lists render their markers outside their own box (by default) is slightly weird. Any hidden overflow or overhanging off the edge of the browser will hide them. Moving them inside the box feels better and safer, but doing it that the easy way means losing the really nice alignment we got for free with outside list markers. We want it b…
 
You can find the free Starter Kit Course at selfmadewebdesigner.com YOU’LL LEARN How to set up a schedule that works for your family and your side hustle How to figure out what’s really wrong when your partner is frustrated with you and your side hustle How to not take things personally but look at disagreements as a puzzle to solve How to incorpor…
 
Show Description **************** Vitaly Friedman talks with us about the changing landscape of publishing on the web, the changes seen in web conferences, the difference between a workshop and a webinar, and keeping up with all the technology in front end development. Listen on Website → Links ***** A Smashing Magazine An Event Apart Smashing Conf…
 
You can find the free Starter Kit Course at selfmadewebdesigner.com YOU’LL LEARN How to get recurring payments from clients you build websites for How to niche down your web design services How to keep yourself from becoming obsolete as a web designer How to figure out what type of clients are willing to pay you what you’re worth How to shape your …
 
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