Between | Screens Podcast153 episodes - English - Latest episode: almost 5 years ago - ★★★★★ - 2 ratings
Code | Design | Micro podcast.
The elevator pitch for this micro-podcast is to conduct extensive interviews with professional designers & developers and distill multiple small digestible knowledge bombs out of these conversations. The podcast is free of charge, leaves out the industry insider chit chat, includes beginners / newbies into the conversation and keeps most episodes under 15 minutes.
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Show notes: http://betweenscreens.fm/episodes/153 - How would you describe the creative scene in Singapore and its attractiveness for startups? - Are these startups in some regards already ahead of the curve or are many of them still in copy-paste mode? - Is there also something happening that is new to the startup world? Is there something unique? - It sounds a little bit like Singapore is like a massive startup in itself?
Show notes: http://betweenscreens.fm/episodes/152 - Can you talk about a bit about your understanding of Service Design?
Show notes: http://betweenscreens.fm/episodes/151 - How did your line of business change over the last 15 years or so and where do you see it going? - In terms of clients, what are you looking for as a company? Are you also looking for curiosity in your clients? - EdenSpiekermann seems to have expanded quite a bit in recent years. - Can you talk a bit about the benefits and obstacles that you encountered along the way as a company? - For you personally, what changed for you after you became ...
Show notes: http://betweenscreens.fm/episodes/150 - Can you talk a little bit about the early days of EdenSpiekermann? - Sounds like the expansion in San Francisco and Singapore is very much an extension of this “EDEN” idea? - Was being ahead of the curve an advantage that paid off later?
Show notes: http://betweenscreens.fm/episodes/149 - What would you say are your most valuable lessons learned overall? - What are you most curious about these days? - At this point in your career, in your life, what is important to you? - Do you think the number of designers who use their craft to empower people is high enough these days? - I was wondering, what do you think about the importance of curiosity and innocence in our societies these days?
Show notes: http://betweenscreens.fm/episodes/148/ - Why did you decide to move to Singapore and open a branch of - EdenSpiekermann over there? - Was Tokyo also on the shortlist of possible destinations? - What is EdenSpiekermann working on at the moment in Singapore?
Show notes: http://betweenscreens.fm/episodes/147 - What’s the elevator pitch for Brooklyn Beta? - What’s the origin story of Brooklyn Beta? - What exactly did you want to make different with this conference?
Show notes: betweenscreens.fm/episodes/146 - Was cURL your start in open source? - What makes you excited about open source? - What works and what might be broken about open source these days? - What works particularly well in open source? - How do you picture the future of open source? - How can we get more people into working on open source in the future? - Do you think GitHub is in a unique position to move forward with this issue and can possibly solve it? - How can we get more female dev...
Brad Frost | Atomic Design | UIs | Design system | Atoms | Molecules | Organisms | Templates | PagesNovember 02, 2016 17:13 - 10 minutes - 14.9 MB
Show notes: betweenscreens.fm/episodes/145 - What made you write Atomic Design? - Which stage is the most difficult for you to work in?
Show notes: http://betweenscreens.fm/episodes/144 - How do you like to organize teams? - What do you mean by effective over clever? - How do you recommend doing research when designing for the web? - “Small frequent changes lead to being able to better fix errors.” Can you maybe elaborate on that?
Show notes: betweenscreens.fm/episodes/143/ - What do you think is broken and needs fixing in open source right now? - What makes you excited about open source? - Please tell us about your contributions to open source as a designer? - How would you recommend other designers to get more involved with open source? - What skill sets do designers need to be effective for working on open source projects?
Show notes: betweenscreens.fm/episodes/142/ - What kind of tone do you try to establish among core people in the Rails community? - To quote your book Remote: “No assholes allowed, no assholy behavior allowed.” Does this also apply to the tone you try to establish in the Rails community? - How would you describe your persona in the open source community? - Dealing with an audience might be tricky for a lot of people? - Honesty seems to be very important to you? - Are you bad at small talk?
Show notes: http://betweenscreens.fm/episodes/141/ - What made you write this piece about getting fired? - What benefits can you see to being more open about firing people? - What do you think is broken with letting people go? - What made you appreciate GitHub so much? - Can you imagine that you might have stayed another 5-10 years? - Can you explain the concept of “At-will Employment”? - What are low hanging fruits to fix in the firing process? - What’s the middle ground between a performanc...
Show notes: betweenscreens.fm/episodes/140/ - How would you describe the profession of “digital product design” these days? - What do you love about your industry? - Can you talk about HospitalRun, its history and goals? - How would you recommend that designers can get more active in the open source world? - What is needed to improve HostialRun?
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Chad Pytel | Products | Focus | UPCASE | 37Signals | Investing | Grand mistakes | Hard conversationsJune 03, 2015 18:52 - 12 minutes - 17.9 MB
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