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A Responsive Web Design Podcast

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A podcast from Karen McGrane and Ethan Marcotte, who interview the people who make responsive designs happen.

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A podcast from Karen McGrane and Ethan Marcotte, who interview the people who make responsive designs happen.

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Solid interviews with great Q&A

By El Scootero - Sep 22 2015
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I know this sounds redundant, but not all people do great interviews, and follow up with great questions. Both Ethan and Karen are asking questions of their guests as I'm wondering similar things. Lots of great information, lead by two of the industries talented thought leaders. Thanks, guys!

Very Enjoyable

By Loving the math that can't speak... - Aug 01 2015
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I've been listening to the podcast this week and just can't get enough. Discovered it through an email and really enjoy seeing what processes other developers go through as they develop responsively.

iTunes Ratings

18 Ratings
Average Ratings
13
1
3
1
0

Solid interviews with great Q&A

By El Scootero - Sep 22 2015
Read more
I know this sounds redundant, but not all people do great interviews, and follow up with great questions. Both Ethan and Karen are asking questions of their guests as I'm wondering similar things. Lots of great information, lead by two of the industries talented thought leaders. Thanks, guys!

Very Enjoyable

By Loving the math that can't speak... - Aug 01 2015
Read more
I've been listening to the podcast this week and just can't get enough. Discovered it through an email and really enjoy seeing what processes other developers go through as they develop responsively.
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A Responsive Web Design Podcast

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A podcast from Karen McGrane and Ethan Marcotte, who interview the people who make responsive designs happen.

Rank #1: Episode #86: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

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If the goal of a library is to respond to the needs of the community, then its website should do the same. Toby Greenwalt and Matt Griffin describe the redesign of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.

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May 30 2016
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Rank #2: Episode #146: Slack.com

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Craftsmanship and a playful tone characterize the Slack brand. Arquay Harris tells us about how they brought that to life on the new Slack.com.

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Oct 16 2017
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Rank #3: Episode #41: OpenTable

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Responsive and adaptive solutions can work together. Tom Stovicek from OpenTable explains why they went responsive but also maintain an m-dot site for some device-specific scenarios.

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Jun 08 2015
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Rank #4: Episode #24: Microsoft

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Chris Balt and Trent Walton explain how the high-profile initiative to redesign the Microsoft.com homepage demonstrated the benefits of going responsive to a large organization.

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Feb 09 2015
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Rank #5: Episode #150: Lime Crime

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Fans of responsive web design (and unicorn makeup) will want to hear Chrissie Webster and Linda Bustos explain how they met the needs of Lime Crime’s mobile audience.

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Jan 08 2018
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Rank #6: Episode #143: Noz Urbina

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Single-source, multi-channel, omnichannel—what does it all mean for responsive web design. Noz Urbina helps us sort things out.

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Sep 11 2017
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Rank #7: Episode #43: BBC News

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The BBC has spent the past four years developing their Responsive News site. Niko Vijayaratnam and John Cleveley provide an in-depth look at the process required to deliver this massive project.

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Jun 22 2015
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Rank #8: Episode #40: National Audubon Society

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A redesign of the Audubon website performed better than their wildest expectations. Mark Jannot and Mike Monteiro explain there wasn’t even a question about going responsive.

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Jun 01 2015
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Rank #9: Episode #32: MTV

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A responsive redesign of MTV News resulted in a 570 percent increase in referrals from social, nearly tripling their traffic. Ryan Shafer tells us how it changed their process at MTV.com.

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Apr 06 2015
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Rank #10: Episode #31: Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

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Suzanne Connaughton and Frank Punzo from CHOP tell us that a responsive redesign and CMS replatforming helped make their team more collaborative.

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Mar 30 2015
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Rank #11: Episode #30: The A.V. Club

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The A.V. Club, The Onion, and ClickHole are truly digital publishing brands. Kelly Pratt and Kristi-Lynn Jacovino explain how they made them responsive, running off a single codebase.

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Mar 23 2015
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Rank #12: Episode #28: Outside Magazine

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Sixty-five percent of Outside Online readers are, well, mobile. Todd Hodgson and TJ Pitre show how a responsive redesign can deliver improved performance on a tight budget.

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Mar 09 2015
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Rank #13: Episode #12: Starbucks

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Starbucks considers mobile to be the first customer touchpoint. Lincoln Mongillo tells us why managing for “one web” forces them to focus on what’s important, and puts performance, accessibility, and security at the center of their design process.

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Nov 03 2014
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Rank #14: Episode #29: Airbnb

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Airbnb has robust native apps and a majority of web traffic from desktop—and they still went responsive. Dave Augustine tells us a front end framework made it easy for them.

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Mar 16 2015
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Rank #15: Episode #27: Expedia, Part Two

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In part two of our conversation with Expedia, Travis Fleck and Tyler Fleck go into the details of what they learned rolling out and testing a responsive framework across the enterprise.

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Mar 02 2015
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Rank #16: Episode #21: AIDS.gov

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Sixty percent of traffic to AIDS.gov comes from mobile devices. Users need critical and intimate information—quickly. Miguel Gomez and Jeremy Vanderlan explain why responsive was the right solution.

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Jan 19 2015
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Rank #17: Episode #26: Expedia

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Travel users are mobile, right? Expedia has experimented with native apps and separate mobile websites. Scott Kelton Jones and Jason Chandler explain why responsive design performs better.

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Feb 23 2015
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Rank #18: Episode #22: Lapham’s Quarterly

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The interwoven historical perspectives shown in Lapham’s Quarterly are perfect for the web. Michelle Legro and Rebecca Smith explain how a new CMS and editorial workflow support a responsive design.

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Jan 26 2015
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Rank #19: Episode #25: NPR

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NPR famously publishes to many different platforms. Patrick Cooper and Scott Stroud explain why they went responsive: to get more value from their limited resources.

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Feb 16 2015
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Rank #20: Episode #23: PayPal

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Bill Scott and Mausami Dave-Shah from PayPal implemented a lean development methodology, which treats responsive web design as the foundation for their products in 203 countries.

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Feb 02 2015
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