We all know that the web is in a constant state of evolution so sometimes we fail to stay abreast with the latest news. A good solution are the podcasts.
Web design podcasts are as popular as ever – here, leading web designers and developers reveal their favourites. They fit in perfectly with our lifestyles, enabling you to make the most of your commute, run, or down time, and are a relaxing way to absorb web design inspiration and information. The podcasts present the perfect opportunity to tap into the mind of industry experts whilst on the go.
Below, we’ve picked out just five of the best web design podcasts currently being broadcast, in our opinion.
A podcast all about the Business of Web Design. Great insight from some industry leaders in the field. Carl Smith and Gene Crawford tackle issues related to design business. As someone starting a new business, everything they discuss is invaluable.
Regularly topping charts of the best web design podcasts around, this weekly show sees the hosts interviewing those responsible for putting together some of the most attractive responsive websites on the net. It’s insightful,well presented, and in my own experience serves as a great source of ideas and inspiration.
If you want to have a very quick round-up of front-end news, you should check out ‘Front-end Five’, a weekly five-minute show, produced and distributed by online learning platform Code School. It’s presented by a changing duo of experts who work a Code School, and a recent episode covered web font loading patterns, future CSS, modular CSS with React, links and accessibility, and iframify — all in under four minutes.
Amber Weinberg is a freelance frontend developer based in Nashville, Tennessee. She made Hired.im and is in love with responsive web design and type. If you couldn’t get enough of talk about the business side of web design and development, then Unfinished Business is certainly worth checking out.
There aren’t many people in the web design industry with a more impressive CV than Jeff Veen: part of the founding web team at Wired Magazine, co-founder of pioneering user experience design firm Adaptive Path, co-founder and CEO of Typekit, responsible for Google Analytics redesign. This guy has just launched his own podcast. ‘Presentable’ focuses on how we design and build the products that are shaping our digital future.