Tentative is a podcast about digital product design. Hosted by thoughtbot's Chief Design Officer Kyle Fiedler & Boston Design Director Jaclyn Perrone.
Tentative is a podcast about digital product design. Hosted by thoughtbot's Chief Design Officer Kyle Fiedler & Boston Design Director Jaclyn Perrone.
A podcast about the design, development, and business of great software. Each week thoughtbot's Chad Pytel (CEO) and Lindsey Christensen (CMO) are joined by the people who build and nurture the products we love.
Rank #1: 271: Being a Good Manager (Camille Fournier).
Camille Fournier, author, speaker, and Managing Director at Two Sigma, discusses her path from Director of Infrastructure Engineering to CTO, lessons learned from tech team management, and the importance of defining core-values. Two Sigma Rent the Runway The Manager's Path David Cancel on Giant Robots Camille on Twitter Become a Sponsor of Giant Robots!
Rank #2: 86: Humility and Patience (Peter Reinhardt).
In this week's episode, we're joined by Peter Reinhardt, Co-founder and CEO of Segment.io. Ben and Peter discuss the product, their tech stack, the companies big pivot to Segment.io, their growth and future plans. They also discuss leaving MIT to start a company, getting along with your co-founders, nuclear reactors, hiking, and much more. Segment.io node.js Express.js Thorium reactors Molten salt reactor Norway diving board rock, Trolltunga Follow @thoughtbot, @r00k, and @reinpk on twitter.
Rank #1: 210: Stop Trying to Make Fetch Happen.
On this week's episode, Steph and Chris discuss mechanical keyboards, combating error fatigue, the joy of admin features and respond to two listener questions about typed vs dynamic languages and various ways to "speed up" third-party API calls. AppSignal New Relic - Six Steps to Combat Alert Fatigue Details and Summary HTML elements Elm Scala Typescript Active Job Action Cable Stimulus Ajax Typheous Rails HTTP Streaming JQuery Become a Sponsor of The Bike Shed!
Rank #2: 10: I Don't Get Functional Programming.
Pat Brisbin joins Derek to discuss the many advantages of Haskell programming. note: at 27:01 Pat says "referential integrity" when he meant "referential transparency"; he's very sorry. Maybe Haskell 50% off xmonad tiling window manager Learn You A Haskell Carnival - Open source, Haskell-powered commenting for the Giant Robots Blog Pointfree Style How to say dots and dollars The Maybe data type The Incomplete Guide to Lazy Evaluation (in Haskell) Building Haskell Projects with Halcyon
Each week our hosts will discuss their development experiences. We'll talk about Ruby, Rust, Go, and anything else that has drawn our interest this week. Subscribe below to be notified when new episodes are published!
Rank #1: 9: Tools That are Well Built Will do it for us!.
We’re still time travelling, Sam has since left DigitalOcean, but in this episode, he talks about his experiences there. Sean talks about his experiences managing the crates.io team, and incidents on an open source project with volunteer time. Sam talks about his experiences scaling go programs, and processes vs threads, as well as why kubernetes makes the trade offs between goroutines and processes pretty unimportant. Crates.io team on GitHub Rust Discord - where crates.io team meetings happen Goroutines Go channels Go rate limiter Plushie ferris Nginx forwarded for proxying Sean on twitter Sam on twitter
Rank #2: 3: Almost 0% Chance it's a Bug.
In this episode of The Yak Shave, Sean shares the most nightmarish debugging experience he has had in a long time. rails_fast_attributes was down to one failure, which manifested itself as a test where a query was expected to run 269 times, but only ran 265 times. After testing, troubleshooting, and finding the root cause, he determined that it was actually behaving completely fine. Shopify Careers In the Testing Weeds with Sam Phippen and Justin Searls
Rank #1: Mario C. Delgado | Architecture | App design | Bauhaus | Graphic influence | UX | Space.
Rank #2: Tom Dale | MVC in Ember | Backbone | Angular | StateManager | Ember.Container | Ember Router.
A show about finance, freelance and being better at both
Rank #1: 48: Task Rabbits of Sales.
Your favorite business boos are talking sales this week. Specifically, selling services vs. products. High points include: Andrew's sales strategy for landing clients contrasted with Brett's for landing new customers Identifying the pain your prospect is experiencing Brett's pricing strategy (and how he screwed it up in the past) Andrew's "anti-sale" technique for closing new clients Bonus Yet another Glengarry Glen Ross reference! Also, Jim Camp's book, Start with No. Get in touch! Come get connected with us on Spectrum the newest place to connect with your favorite Spec hosts and listeners. You can also chat with us in our Slack team! To join our team visit our Slack invite page and we'll send you an invitation! If you have feedback or suggestions please don’t hesitate to reach out to us on Twitter at @getorthogonal!
Rank #2: 150: Schedules & Calendars For Days.
We discuss High points include: Brett has 47 calendars and it's color-coded. Andrew wonders how people functioned without this infrastructure We might end up having Andrew's mom as a podcast Andrew was not aware that GMail paginates your email How Andrew and Brett manage email and tasks How important is the work you are doing? You have to accept the seasons of life Closing your sales funnel (because you are busy) is why you are busy Quotes "Would you say you, 'Can't even'?" -- Andrew Links Shawn Blanc Get in touch! Come get connected with us on Spectrum the newest place to connect with your favorite Spec hosts and listeners. If you have feedback or suggestions please don’t hesitate to reach out to us on Twitter at @getorthogonal! 💚Leave Us A Review Last but not least if you have a moment, check us out on iTunes and leave a review. It's an easy way to say thanks if you're enjoying the show and helps us climb the charts so other folks like you can find the show.
DN FM features the latest stories in design and tech, brought to you by Designer News. The show is a bi-weekly podcast by the community, for the community. Through interviews, news and community segments, it aims to spark a meaningful conversation on design.
Rank #1: Tim Van Damme on the stories behind his prolific design gigs .
Tim Van Damme is on the show this week to share the stories behind his prolific design gigs. He takes us back to his freelance roots in Belgium and big move to America where he kicks off a series of high profile design roles. Tim reflects on the design industry as a whole, recognizing the culture of sharing that was so formative in his early years as an up and comer. He also teases us about the new star studded project Abstract, and uncovers his mysterious alter alias Max Voltar. Tim is a Belgian designer working on Abstract, a new tool for for design teams. His past roles include Gowalla, Dropbox and Instagram. Community Announcements New story sorting options: Jody has been hard at work to provide more sorting options for stories - you can filter by Top Stories (week/month/year) and by Badge Type. You're encouraged to hit up Jody directly if you have feedback or run into bugs! ###Upcoming Meetups: San Francisco is going down October 20 ###Featured Jobs Sprout Video needs a Lead UI/UX Designer in New York Episode Highlights Why embark on project Abstract? (2:40) Making the move from Belgium to America (5:50) Working at Gowalla, and the Facebook acquisition (9:00) Joining Instagram (11:25) Cold emailing design influencers (12:20) First projects at Instagram (14:20) Tim's second experience with Facebook buying out his company (15:55) Moving on to the Dropbox design team (18:40) Lessons learned from working within a large design organization (20:10) Projects at Dropbox (22:30) A culture of sharing and giving back to the design community (25:50) Who is Max Voltar? (29:20) Feedback We love (read: need) to hear your feedback. Tweet Sam or Designer News, or email us hello[at]designernews[dot]co.
Rank #2: Rachel Andrew on frameworks, layouts, and her humble CMS project going big .
Rachel Andrew joins us this week to reflect on how the web's influence grew on her in the early days, and how this manifested into full-fledged web development - a magic skill set at the time. Then Rachel dwells on web frameworks and their implications for web standards and layouts. She muses about obligations for the development community to advocate for their interests, and the story of a humble CMS project turning big. Finally, she explores how the client landscape in today's web dev world is shifting and becoming commoditized. Rachel is a developer, speaker, author, and founder of Perch, a friendly CMS client. Sponsor This episode of DN FM is sponsored by Peel, the original branding free, super thin iPhone case. It's designed to protect your device without losing its aesthetic - use the code “DN7” for 10% off your order! Community Announcements In addition to the badge sorting options we added last week, there is a new Submit Story flow that makes posting easier. As always, reach out to Jody if you run into any trouble or have feedback. Featured Listings Sprout Video is looking for a Creative Director in Brooklyn Weebly needs a Design Manager in San Francisco ###Upcoming Meetups: San Francisco is coming up October 20 - stay tuned for more details. ###Featured Jobs Weebly needs a Design Manager in San Francisco Episode Highlights Leaving the world of theater and dance (3:30) How buying her first computer opened up a new career for Rachel (4:10) Writing about the Web and nailing first client-gigs (5:45) Creating, building, and curiosity-driven programming (7:36) What about CSS is so exciting? (8:55) CSS frameworks and web developments (11:15) Relying on frameworks and implications for the web (12:50) Pushing for better standards (14:25) Launching and marketing Perch (16:15) Transitioning from a studio to a product company (19:20) Why traditional design companies are pitching more web products (23:10) The balancing act of sharing free resources and making revenue from projects (from The High Price of Free) (25:00) Feedback We love (read: need) to hear your feedback. Tweet Sam or Designer News, or email us hello[at]designernews[dot]co.
A short, weekly show about design and development hosted by Sam Soffes & Bryn Jackson. Each episode has five short segments comprised of listener questions, tech industry news, and other related topics.
Rank #1: 26: Grocery Store Fast Lane.
In this episode: Fastlane, when to change jobs, Structs vs Classes in Swift, Exporting assets, and writing APIs in Rails! If you have questions of your own, you can tweet us at @immutablefm, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or join our Slack team! Sponsors: Hired Topic 1: Can you go a little into what you use Fastlane for; and if it makes sense to start using as an indie dev or only at a company, or both? Fastlane Fabric Felix Krause Topic 2: What do you do when you get offers for better opportunities with more pay and better perks soon after you just switched jobs because it was a better opportunity with more pay and better perks? # Topic 3: I am fairly new to programming and Swift and I am a bit confused after watching the WWDC on protocol-orientated programming. When should we choose to use a Struct over a Class in iOS and is POP something that you are using when writing your apps? Protocol-Oriented Programming in Swift Object-Oriented Programming Andy Matuschak Andy Matuschak - "Functioning as a Functionalist" Justin Spahr-Summers Justin Spahr-Summers - "Enemy of the State" Topic 4: When coming up with mockups for clients, is there an easier way of exporting multiple variations/sizes of a mockup quickly with one click For example a logo in illustrator exported in three different colors for the client to choose. Is there a faster, easier way to mass export without saving each variation as pdf or png individually? Adobe Illustrator Adobe Generator Affinity Designer Gulp gulp-svg-sprite Sketch Figma Topic 5: I have a question for the show that arose from the Parse discussion. As a mobile developer I would love to start doing some small backend stuff and write my own API. Where is the best place to get started on that journey? Sam mentioned Ruby on Rails as his go to. Would love to hear more about how we can transition to backend stuff. Railscasts.com Treehouse Outro Today w/ Teehan & Jacks: Episode 2 (We've already stopped doing it because it takes too much time.) Personal Sam Spec's Slack Team
Rank #2: 02: There's a Thing for That.
Welcome to Episode 2 of Immutable. This episode, we discuss building and monetizing your own app, projects that are too big, why to move to San Francisco, determining the size and spacing of UI elements, and getting started developing for iOS! This is the first new podcast released as part of Spec, a new podcast network for designers and developers! We hope you'll check it out and follow @specfm on Twitter for new shows and updates! If you have feedback or suggestions please don’t hesitate to reach out to us on Twitter at @immutablefm! Sponsors: imgix Topic 1: How do you build and monetize an app as the sole designer and developer? Privatize/Angle Cheddar Sam eating cinnamon Personal Sam Topic 2: What product would you like to build, but is just too big? Button Shyp Stripe John Collison at ValioCon Simple Topic 3: Why should a new designer or developer, fresh out of school, move to San Francisco vs other cities? Topic 4: How do you determine size and spacing of elements in UI? Vertical Rhythm Layout grids iOS HIG Android Design Docs Topic 5: Is there something like Bootstrap for iOS to help people get started quickly? ARC Swift Meng To Design + Code
The Art of Product is a podcast chronicling the journeys of two entrepreneurs building software companies. Hosted by Ben Orenstein and Derrick Reimer.
Rank #1: 110: The Importance of Mentors.
Derrick shipped config file for StaticKit’s UI migration and shifted his focus to other areas of the product. He plans to deliberately and consistently test email messages to determine which generate response and interest in StaticKit. He continues to connect with TinySeed mentors. Ben understands the value mentors offer in helping entrepreneurs easily avoid bad ideas and pursue good ones. Also, he’s working on writing content for his October advisor update. What’s the next step following Tuple’s free trial? T-shirt? Should Ben think bigger and Shape Up?
Rank #2: 91: Feeling Superhuman with Rahul Vohra.
Derrick’s feeling “superhuman.” Fortunately, he’s a user and lover of the Superhuman product. Maybe that’s why today’s guest is Rahul Vohra, co-founder and CEO of Superhuman. Today’s Topics Include: Reason for Superhuman still being invite-only is not to increase user demand Sustainable Word-of-Mouth Growth Engine: If you don’t pick the users, you can’t responsibly work on their feedback Purpose of Product and Target Audience: Email is work, and work is email; designed to be meaningful and life changing for high-volume email senders Startup Details: Deliberately think through and consider everything deeply from scratch Don’t turn down money when bootstrapping to find perfect product market/customer fit Knack for knowing what people want, before they know they want something; and helping people realize they want something Without active or spending money on marketing, Superhuman’s waitlist keeps growing Superhuman’s Values: Create delight, be intentional, and remarkable quality Best founders, including Rahul, are unstoppable forces of nature; they leave debris and destruction in their wake Time tracking a day in the life of Rahul: 40% managery; 20% recruiting; 14% fundraising; and 11% product, community engagement, and deep thoughts Superhuman’s pricing is low, but generates high value; big fan of round numbers Business and product metrics: Activation, seat churn, net dollar churn, speed, and reliability rates Objective: Refine entire Superhuman experience to exhibit remarkable levels of quality through three key results - ARR, hiring, and product sentiment Generate roadmap and find balance to maintain lead over market and continue to grow Startup Growth: Pick weekly growth rate; you don’t have to grow faster than you want to Links and resources: Superhuman Rahul Vohra on LinkedIn Rahul Vohra on Twitter Rahul Vohra’s Email Superhuman Product-Market Fit Survey Rahul Vohra on This Week in Startups with Jason McCabe Calacanis Rapportive TechCrunch Product Hunt Hacker News Google Docs GitHub Startup = Growth - Paul Graham Art of Product on Twitter Derrick Reimer Website Derrick Reimer on Twitter Ben Orenstein Website Ben Orenstein on Twitter Level Level Retrospective Level Manifesto Tuple
Sam Soffes and Caleb Davenport talk about Swift, iOS, and other things they like.
Rank #1: 42: What To Do When Something Doesn't Work The Way it Should.
This week we talk about debugging system frameworks on iOS and macOS and some great tools that can help. Thanks to Rollbar for sponsoring the show. Get in touch with us in the Spec Slack or on Twitter at @runtimefm. Links Caleb's Post: Debugging Apple Frameworks iOS Runtime Headers Hopper Disassembler
Rank #2: 23: Interviewing & Inverted Trees.
This week we talk about what we like to see in job interviews and what we like to see in candidates. Get in touch with us in the Spec Slack or on Twitter at @runtimefm. Sponsored by Zendesk. Links Big O Notation Traveling Salesman Problem
The Hustle is a show dedicated to the evolution of the craft of design. We chat with design captains, inspiring designers, product leaders, agency owners, and the Funsize team about building teams that can create products that matter. Hosted by Funsize's Partner and Head of Design, Anthony Armendariz
Rank #1: David Blaine is an Asshole.
Anthony and Natalie share a story about working with David Blaine and why treating people with respect and fair pay is critical to long lasting impressions. View our blog post to see some of Anthony's original notes. Visit the Funsize website Subscribe to The Funsize Digest Check out Funsize on Instagram
Rank #2: Doing Small Things Well & Empowering Your Team (with Matt Faulk).
We don't usually talk about business on the show, but the head of BASIC was willing to talk about how he runs his and we were happy to listen (and take notes). Matt Faulk is BASIC's CEO and executive creative director. He always knew he wanted to do something big and is not surprised he ended up leading a company that does award-winning work brands like Apple / Beats by Dre, Nixon Watches, and BB Dakota. "I had this idea of never settling... I just wanted to do good work — but I don’t mean good work as in creative work, I mean really solving client’s business issues, aligning ourselves as partners..." His career has taken him all over the place, from basketball and professional BMX riding to bartending and graphic design. He says his goal with BASIC was to build a company where everyone involved had a stake in it, a say in it, and helped decide its direction moving forward. Today, BASIC leads creative efforts across traditional and digital initiatives for some of the world's biggest lifestyle brands. Matt says they got there by engulfing themselves in their clients' businesses, becoming experts at doing small things well, and by putting people in the right spot. He also credits his network and the relationships he has built over the years. “I wish in my younger years I would’ve focused more time on networking, which is why I’m trying to do it now. Because your network is everything. You never know when opportunities are gonna come....Just help people out, it always comes back.” On this episode we discuss: Matt’s background and original vision for BASIC. Finding the ideal team size. Investing in growth and following your gut. Constant learning and networking. Finding your competitive edge. The commoditization of design. Focusing on production vs. ideation. Adapting to client needs. How to influence change and growth from within. Visit the Funsize website Subscribe to The Funsize Digest Check out Funsize on Instagram
Iterate brings together the best designers and app producers in the business to talk user interface and user experience from concept to implementation. Hosted by Marc Edwards, Seth Clifford, and Rene Ritchie. Loop until done.
Rank #1: 48: iOS 7 design special (Part 1).
Loren Brichter, Sebastiaan de With, Marc Edwards, Rene Ritchie, and Dave Wiskus discuss iOS 7 and the new design language Apple unveiled for it at WWDC 2013, including icons, fonts, physics, interactions, and more. (Part 1 of a 2 part special edition.) Show notes Apps are content too Multiplane Binary Bonsai on iOS 7 Matt Gemmell on iOS 7 iOS 7 is the most skeuomorphic, most liberating version ever iOS 7 and the continuing gamification of interface Panel Loren Brichter of Atebits Sebastiaan de With of dewith.com Marc Edwards of Bjango Rene Ritchie of iMore Dave Wiskus of Better Elevation Feedback Yell at us on Twitter/ADN via the above accounts. Loudly.
Rank #2: 55: Eric Mayville, Clayton Morris, and Read Quick.
Eric Mayville of Wondersauce and Clayton Morris of FOX news join Rene and Mark to talk about their speed-reading app, Read Quick, and what it took to bring the interface from iPad to iPhone.
The Tech Done Right podcast is a show by and for people who care about what they build. We don't just build software, we build teams, companies, careers, and communities.Each episode features host Noel Rappin talking to interesting people in the tech community about building something the right way. We’re not just going to give you our thoughts on the topic, but tools, processes, or references that you can use immediately to build better software and communities.
Rank #1: Episode 34: Programming Languages and Communication With Kerri Miller.
Programming Languages and Communication With Kerri Miller TableXI is now offering training for developers and products teams! For more info, email email@example.com. Get your FREE career growth strategy information and techniques! Rails 5 Test Prescriptions is updated, available, and shipping! Guest Kerri Miller: Senior Developer at TravisCI and Ruby Community Member. Co-Organizer of the Open Source and Feelings Conference. Blog. Summary Why is Smalltalk the Elizabethan English of programming languages? Why has it been so influential, and how does the programming language you use affect the way you think about programming. On this episode, Kerri Miller and I talk about programming languages and communication, and what we've learned from our most recent programming language adventures. Notes 01:56 - Introduction Twitter Stream Creole Languages Pidgin 06:18 - SmallTalk is to Ruby as Elizabethan English is to Modern Day 08:11 - SmallTalk’s History Dealers of Lightning: Xerox PARC and the Dawn of the Computer Age Squeak By the way, I did get the Squeak history partially wrong. The original work was done at Apple, and when they went to Disney after that, they downloaded their Apple work as Open Source to continue. (It is possibly named Squeak because they were being wooed by Disney). The technical details are basically right, though. 17:55 - Thinking About Programming and Software Projects in a Flexible Way Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis 22:01 - Object-Oriented Programming, Thinking, and Design The Overton Window 28:37 - Learning New Programming Languages, Concepts, and Techniques The Silmarillion by Tolkien Nothing is Something by Sandi Metz Much Ado About Naught by Avdi Grimm Related Episodes Back in the Testing Weeds with Sam Phippen and Justin Searls Ruby Tapas and Avoiding Code with Avdi Grimm The Elm Programming Language With Corey Haines Special Guest: Kerri Miller.
Rank #2: Episode 15: Agile Teams and Escaping Velocity with Doc Norton and Claire Podulka .
Agile Teams and Escaping Velocity with Doc Norton and Claire Podulka Follow us on Twitter! @tech_done_right, leave us a review on iTunes, and please sign up for our newsletter! Guests Doc Norton: Co-Founder and CEO of CTO2. Claire Podulka: Project Manager at Table XI. Summary How can you tell whether an agile software team is successful? Many teams use a single measure: velocity. Doc Norton, author of Escape Velocity, and Claire Podulka join the show to discuss why velocity is not a useful measure: it doesn't explain the problems with an unsuccessful team, and successful teams probably don't need it. We discuss the problems with velocity, what to use instead, and get on soapboxes for our least favorite agile anti-patterns. Notes 02:48 - Metrics for Agile Teams: Velocity Escape Velocity: Better Metrics for Scrum Teams by Doc Norton Trust Driven Development by Noel Rappin 06:15 - Using Velocity 07:49 - Problems When Relying Solely on Velocity and Estimation 12:35 - Theory of Flow 15:17 - Body Weight Analogy 17:17 - Assessing Team Health 18:37 - Team Temperature (Joy) 21:51 - Lead Time and Cycle Time 30:04 - Managing Estimation and Team Metrics When Teams and Scope Change 33:17 - Using Metrics: Large Organizations vs Small Organizations 39:18 - Breaking Down Team Velocity at the Individual LevelSpecial Guests: Claire Podulka and Doc Norton.
Where we discuss an hour of a Ruby book each week
Rank #1: 99 Bottles - Ep 12 (4.5-4.7).
Nadia and Saron discuss Seeking Stable Landing Points (4.5), Obeying the Liskov Substitution Principle (4.6), and Taking Bigger Steps (4.7).
Rank #2: 99 Bottles - Ep 18 (5.5-5.7).
Nadia and Saron discuss Creating BottleNumbers (5.5), Recognizing Liskov Violations (5.6), and the Summary (5.7).
A weekly chat about the lives and workflows of modern web developers, hosted by Sean Washington & Friends.
Rank #1: 02: Component Is Just A Fancy Word For Class .
Rank #2: 04: Setting Foundations.
Special thanks to Hired for sponsoring this week's episode! If you are a developer looking for a job, Hired is a fantastic place to start looking. If you accept a job through Hired they will give you a $2,000 signing bonus. Even better yet, if you use our link at https://hired.com/doesnotcompute they'll double that to $4,000! What are you waiting for? Things Mentioned Reactive UI's, as explained by Vue I know we talk about Vue.js a lot, so here's a similar idea from React site - Thinking in React Git things Try Git - A really great git primer Tower App - Git Cheatsheet Git gui apps Git Tower Github Desktop Gitup Vim Fugitive (if you're into vim) Mac Keyboard Shortcuts, specifically cmd+shift+/ Alexjs - Catch insensitive, inconsiderate writing Upcase.com - Learn with Thoughtbot Today I Learned - A blog full of useful concepts by @rstacruz Is code for people or for computers? (hint: it's for people) Did you know there's an explore feature on GitHub? Because there totally is and you should check it out. Bonus: If you're feeling down, check this out: http://moviecode.tumblr.com/ - it will make you chuckle (plus you're technically reading source code)
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.
Rank #1: Scott McCloud — Media and Their User Interfaces.
Scott McCloud joins the show to talk about his new book, Sculpture, movies he’s enjoyed lately, his upcoming book on visual communications, presentation styles, old media vs. new media, and how comic book writing and design has changed. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: Feed.Press Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter The Sculptor The New York Times Sunday Book Review of The Sculptor The Lobster Official Trailer The Lobster at IMDb Does the Dog Die? Fantastic Fest Tim League responds to proposed Texting in the Theater Tim and Karrie League at Fast Company Nymphomaniac: Vol. 1 Featurette The Blackcoat’s Daughter a.k.a. February, original title at IMDb The Blackcoat’s Daughter The Blackcoat’s Daughter Teaser Trailer Drowning by Numbers (1988) at IMDb Drowning by Numbers at Trailer Raiders of the Lost Ark: The Adaptation Raiders of the Lost Ark: The Adaptation (Video 1989) at IMDb Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) at IMDb Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark Trailer Edward Tufte Edward Tufte at Yale’s Department of Political Science Jakob Nielsen at LinkedIn Jakob Nielsen, Ph.D. and Principal at Nielsen Norman Group Susan Kare Meet Susan Kare, The Pioneer Who Created The Mac’s Original Icons What Is Microsoft PowerPoint and How Do I Use It? What is PowerPoint? Apple Keynote Presentation Example Keynote vs. PowerPoint – Forbes Challenger Explosion at Nasa Challenger Disaster Facts and Summary at HISTORY.com Challenger Space Shuttle Disaster Video at HISTORY.com David Byrne Talking Heads singer David Byrne calls for gun-control reform Moogfest Moogfest 2016: Was It Actually the Future of Music? Wendy Carlos at IMDb Meet Wendy Carlos: The Trans Godmother of Electronic Music Wendy Carlos Jerry Watson at IMDb Laurie Anderson Laurie Anderson at PBS Gary Numan Gary Numan at AllMusic Don Norman at Nielsen Norman Group Donald A. Norman at Amazon.com Paul Saffo Paul Saffo at Singularity University Paul Saffo at LinkedIn Soap Opera Digest All Soap Operas Featured on Soaps.com Hulu Hulu Struggles To Survive The Influence Of Its Parent Companies Netflix Netflix Raises Prices, Loses 480,000 Subscribers Slings and Arrows at IMDB Slings And Arrows Trailer, Season 1 The Singing Detective at IMDb The Singing Detective at IMDb Dennis Potter at IMDb Dennis Potter Sherlock’s Benedict Cumberbatch - Media Centre Sherlock Star Benedict Cumberbatch On the Sleuth’s Sexuality and How His Own Stock Has Increased Sherlock at IMDb Sherlock Doctor Who Doctor Who at IMDb ComiXology Everything You Need to Know About Digital Comics DC Comics Cranky Old Man Cranky Old Man Poem Wolverine at Marvel Wolverine Comic Books Iron Man at Marvel Iron Man Comic Books 24 Of The Most Powerful Graphic Novels What is a Graphic Novel? Dark Horse Comics Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood Drama Smile 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
Rank #2: Steve Krug — Advanced Common Sense Approach to Web Usability.