Non Breaking Space Show

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Keith J Grant stops by to talk about his book, CSS In Depth, and what he's learned about CSS during the writing process.

ago 2018

33 min 32 seg

Simon St. Laurent stops by the show to discuss the winners of Comic-Con San Diego, the finding of a new shape, and the bittersweet tanking of social media companies Twitter and Facebook failing to grow revenue off our data.

jul 2018

1 hr 3 min

Erika Hall is on the show to talk about her new book, Conversational Design, and also about how Mule Design works with teams to communicate and design better and more collaboratively.

jun 2018

55 min 58 seg

Simon and Christopher talk about news in the world of tech like Amazon recording your conversations, Uber closing self driving operations, GDPR, the new Star Wars movie, and Twitter mixing it up with politics.

may 2018

58 min 5 seg

Christopher and Simon talk about your cousin's DNA and the legal system, Apple getting out of routers, Avengers Infinity War, getting off Google Analytics, getting off Facebook, and Flickr getting bought by Smugmug.

may 2018

1 hr 16 min

Joined with Simon St. Laurent in talking with Dr. Sean Brannon and Paul Schmitt. Dr. Brannon is Professor from the Dept. of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University; affiliated faculty to the Thomas D. Larson Transportation Institute (LTI); and Director of the Intelligent Vehicles and Systems Research Group. Paul Schmitt is Director of Automated Vehicles at MassRobotics and an invited expert to the White House on Autonomous Vehicles. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 2:16 Introductions 3:50 The state of autonomous vehicles 7:50 Laying groundwork to prevent confusion (types of autonomous cars) 10:00 Level 5 vehicle updates 12:35 Challenges of level 5 vehicles 14:55 If level 4 (like Tesla) was popular enough, how would it effect traffic patterns? 15:40 What is platooning? 17:40 Rules for platooning. 19:50 Testing on real roads with real drivers. 21:40 Making eye contact with vehicless drivers. 25:10 Sharing information between vehicles with Dedicated Short Range Radios 28:55 How do you test driverless cars? 31:15 Training autonomous vehicles 33:40 We’re struggling with how safe is safe? 39:25 How to make people feel comfortable with autonomous vehicles 41:10 What kind of industries or niches can take advantage of autonomous vehicles? 47:30 Vehicles will have different apps and customizing them. 49:00 How will our road infrastructure change because of autonomous vehicles? 53:10 Developing landmarks and sensors on the vehicles 55:40 Human decision making is becoming the weak link. Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter The road to reality of autonomous vehicles Intelligent Vehicles and Systems Group Mass Robotics Stages of Auto Vehicles What are the six levels of autonomy? The Scary Efficiency of Autonomous Intersections How Intelligent Cars Will Make Driving Easier and Greener Autonomous Vehicles: Are You Ready for the New Ride? Autonomous Vehicles - Self-Driving Vehicles Enacted Legislation Autonomous Vehicle Technology A Guide for Policymakers DSRC Radio Description The Ethics of Autonomous Cars How do driverless cars work? When will the robots hit the road? Mcity Tesla Auto Pilot program History of Autonomous Vehicles Atlanta Testing Autonomous Vehicle Technology Self-Driving and Autonomous Vehicles & 6 Reasons Why These Won’t Be Coming Soon How Tesla’s Self-Driving Autopilot Actually Works The Future of Autonomous Vehicles Traffic Control for the Future Follow The Non Breaking Space Show 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

nov 2017

1 hr

Brenda Storer returns! Brenda is a Front End Developer and Designer at thoughtbot. She recently won Best Presentation at CSS Dev Conf 2017 New Orleans. Her talk focused on the topic of practical CSS grid layouts. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 1:40 Winning best of at CSS Dev Conf 4:50 Prepping for a talk on CSS Grid 11:00 What’s the difference between CSS Grid and Flexbox? 17:10 Do we need to use Bootstrap anymore? 26:25 CSS isn’t intuitive and CSS Grid helps make it easier to maintain. 33:20 Solving real problems with Grid first. 34:50 Pushing and testing the boundaries of CSS Grid 40:12 What tools did you use to help construct Grid? 41:25 Any complaints or issues with CSS Grid? 47:20 Any final suggestions for CSS Grid? 53:20 How can people find you on the internet? Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Brenda Storer CSS Dev Conference Jen Simmons CSS Layout Club From Boostrap to CSS Grid Thought Bot CSS Grid Layout Flexbox 📚 CSS: The Definitive Guide Will Sentance Frontend Masters Sarah Drasner Rachel Andrew Firefox Dev Tool Google Chrome Chris Coyier Tenative 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

nov 2017

54 min 48 seg

Rachel Andrew returns! Rachel is a sought out expert on web design layout technologies like CSS Grid and Flexbox, an invited expert to CSS Working Group, and author of several books. Her latest book, The New CSS Layout, is out now from A Book Apart. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 2:05 Why did you write The New CSS Layout? 4:30 What do you think of CSS display table layout in 2017? 6:50 Any 3rd party item probably solves problems you’re not dealing with. 10:00 Are people not learning or writing CSS these days? 15:30 The challenges with CSS Grid. 17:38 Where should developers go for help? 20:00 What is a block formatting context? 24:50 Using CSS multi-columns. 28:00 Doing design without media queries 30:00 Source Order vs. Display Order 33:00 Views on fallbacks, feature queries 35:50 Future of non-rectangular grid elements 38:00 CSS Round display coming in the future 39:10 What is Perch CMS and how might people use it? Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Rachel Andrew Rachel Andrew on Twitter 📘 The New CSS Layout Grid by Example Rachel Andrew on NBSP Episode 82 - The Future of CSS Layouts Rachel Andrew on NBSP Episode 8 DaveRupert.com - For Loops are Bad CSS Dev Conf 2017 New Orleans W3C CSS Working Group Perch CMS Perch Runway 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

nov 2017

41 min 26 seg

Joined with Simon St. Laurent in talking with Aral Balkan. Aral is a cyborg rights activist and one-third of Ind.ie, a small non-profit organization working for social justice in the digital age. At Ind.ie, he works on Better, a privacy tool that stops trackers while you are surfing the web on Safari browser on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 2:34 What is a cyborg rights activist? 12:55 General Data Protection Regulation discussion. 17:30 A lot of us were lied to when we started out. 24:25 We’ve replaced the publishing industry with the behavioral advertising industry. 26:10 China has embraced capitalism as well. 35:50 How do we inform people about data security? 41:50 The revolving door, multistakeholderism, co-regulation, and a conversation with Eric Schmidt. 1:00:00 Mastadon and decentralized networking and the city of Ghent. Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Aral Balkan Better.fyi Aral on Mastadon Cyborg Rights Activism Human Rights Law General Data Protection Regulation Big Other: Surveillance Capitalism and the Prospects of an Information Civilization Without API Management, the Internet of Things is Just a Big Thing Why Exposed API Keys and Sensitive Data are Growing Cause for Concern Data Farming and Open Science People Farming (Data) Techno Economical Social System Thomas J Watson Sr, Father of IBM Peer-to-Peer (P2P) A Survey of Peer-to-Peer Network Security Issues Decentralized Web Summit Tim Berners-Lee Vinton G. Cerf at Google Vinton G. Cerf on Twitter Google’s Vint Cerf warns of ‘digital Dark Age’ Vint Cerf: We Knew What We Were Unleashing On The World Ethereum How Serious Are Tech Giants About Blockchains? Ethereum Cofounder Grades Apple, Amazon, Google Springer SpringerOpen China’s Tencent is quietly testing a “social credit score” based on people’s online behavior Big Brother, Meet Citizen Score: China to Cull Online Data to Create Individual Rating System Big data meets Big Brother as China moves to rate its citizens Opera browser sold to a Chinese consortium Opera CEO: Sale To Chinese Consortium Wasn’t Our Decision Chilling Effect Law and Legal Definition Columbia Law Review: The Chilling Effect in Constitutional Law The ‘Chilling Effect’ of China’s New Cybersecurity Regime Lumen, research project studying cease and desist letters concerning online content Online behavioral advertising (OBA) Online Behavioral Advertising Compliance World Health Organization: eHealth E-Health, Privacy, and Security Law, Third Edition, with 2017 Supplement Managing the Privacy and Security of eHealth Data You could be sent to the back of the queue for NHS surgery if you smoke or are ‘obese’ Sending fat smokers to the back of the queue is a betrayal of NHS values When It Comes To Security, We’re Back To Feudalism Harvard Business Review: You Have No Control Over Security on the Feudal Internet Facebook, Google: Welcome to the new Feudalism Just 8 men own same wealth as half the world Ethical Design Manifesto Blog: The Ethical Design Manifesto A Public Space Project for Public Spaces (PPS) The Occupy Movement and the New Public Space In defense of public space: Why planners should protect the right to occupy public space during the Trump Administration The Internet as Public Space: Concepts, Issues, and Implications in Public Policy Internet as a Commons: Public Space in the Digital Age Platform Cooperativism What is Platform Cooperativism and Why is It Important Google spent millions on lobbying The Über-Lobbyists: How Silicon Valley is changing Brussels lobbying European Publishers Play Lobbying Role Against Google Google is spending millions more to lobby Europe Jared Cohen at Council on Foreign Relations Jared Cohen on Twitter The New Digital Age Big Data and the Future of Privacy Big data privacy is a bigger issue than you think There’s No Good Decision in the Next Big Data Privacy Case Can Big Tobacco Really Quit Cigarettes? Seeking Redemption, Big Tobacco Says New Products Eliminate 90 Percent Of Smoking Toxins Neoliberal institutionalism Neoliberal Institutionalism by Arthur A. Stein The False Promise of International Instituions UN calls for global economic makeover to replace neoliberalism Internet Governance: Why the Multistakeholder Approach Works Multistakeholderism in Internet Governance Forum (IGF) Language The transformative effects of multistakeholderism in Internet governance: A case study of the East Africa Internet Governance Forum Self-regulation, Co-regulation, State Regulation Internet co-regulation: A view from the UK Internet Co-Regulation and Constitutionalism: Towards a More Nuanced View Mozilla: Three tips for phone privacy Tristan Nitot talks about Clouds and the future of privacy We didn’t lose control of the Web – it was stolen diaspora JoinDiaspora .gent Mastadon Puri.sm Laptops Tim O’Reilly Steve Krug on Non Breaking Space Episode 108 Scott McCloud on Non Breaking Space Episode 84 Laura Kalbag on Non Breaking Space Episode 129 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

oct 2017

1 hr 9 min

Jason Pamental is the author of Responsive Typography from O’Reilly Media. He recently won one of the Best Of awards for his web typography talk at the annual CSS Dev Conference 2017. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 1:29 How was your CSS Dev Conf 2017 experience? 6:20 Is there a sequel to Responsive Typography coming? 7:30 Congrats on winning best of at CSS Dev Conf 2017 9:00 Can you explain what variable fonts are? 13:30 How do the savings come about using this technique? 17:00 Is variable fonts a separate, new file format? 20:20 Is a variable font a designation within WOFF2 or WOFF? 22:30 Can I export variable font from an existing font? 31:00 Building on the work of Rachel Andrew and Jen Simmons 37:20 What’s browser support like for variable fonts? 41:50 Is @supports the key? 43:15 Anything else you’re excited about with variable fonts? 45:30 How can people get in touch with you if they have questions about variable fonts? Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Jason Pamental on Twitter Jason Pamental on GitHub Jason’s Responsive Web Typography Responsive Typography: Using Type Well on the Web CSS Dev Conf 2017: Variable Fonts & The Future of Web Design Matthew Carter 📺Matthew Carter’s TED Talk: My Life in Typefaces ARTIFACT Conference Richard Rutter’s Web Typography Typekith Bram Stein Opentype Woff (Web Open Font Format) TrueType Woff2 Glyphs App ATypI Lawrence Penny on Twitter AXIS-PRAXIS. 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

oct 2017

46 min 48 seg

The Internet’s Christopher Schmitt is out, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the Best of Non Breaking Space Show. In this volume, hear about Matt Griffen landing Tim Berners-Lee as a guest star in his web documentary, What Comes Next is the Future; how Dan Jurgens and DC Comics created international news by killing off Superman, the first time; what the Big Bang looks like with Dr. Christine Corbett Moran; and learn why to avoid hourly billing in your business by Jonathan Stark. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 1:17 Matt Griffin landing Tim Berners-Lee as a guest star for his documentary on web design. 7:54 Dan Jurgens on the original death of Superman. Well, what of the deaths anyway. 12:35 Talking with Dr. Christine Corbett Moran from the Antartica about the Big Bang. 19:07 Why to avoid hourly billing in your business with Jonathan Stark. Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter NBSP #81 Wtih Matt Griffin NBSP #91 with Dan Jurgens NBSP #87 with Dr. Christine Corbett Moran NBSP #105 with Jonathan Stark 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

oct 2017

27 min 13 seg

Discovery doesn’t get Star Trek or maybe it’s the biggest con since Star Trek II? Meanwhile, iPhone X’s Notch changes how we view web design and more in this week’s Top (n+1) News Stories of the Week! This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 1:13 Story #7 — Star Trek Discovery launches. 14:13 Story #6 — Avatar’s papyrus font keeps Ryan Gosling up at night 16:24 Story #5 — iPhone X’s Notch 27:10 Story #4 — Equifax breach explained 36:12 Story #3 — Snapchat will put Jeff Koons’ art installations in augmented reality 42:30 Story #2 — New LG smartphone keeps mosquitoes away 43:38 Story #1 — Scientists win Nobel for explaining our body’s internal clock Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Simon St. Laurent SimonStL.com Star Trek Discovery In Saturday Night Live’s season opener, Avatar’s papyrus font keeps Ryan Gosling up at night Equifax CEO on What Happened Snapchat will be putting Jeff Koons art into augmented reality New LG smartphone keeps mosquitoes away Scientists win Nobel for explaining our body’s internal clock 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

oct 2017

48 min 57 seg

Christopher Schmitt is out, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the time Nicole Sullivan talked about how she read W3C specs for fun, Lou Rosenfeld trying not to start a war between IA vs. UX, and how Jessica Hische became a success. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 1:19 How did Nicole Sullivan get into the industry? 8:49 Lou Rosenfeld, what’s the difference between IA and UX? 17:02 The story behind Jessica Hische’s Daily Dropcap Project. 23:15 Bonus Track: Dan Cederholm and Trent Walton. Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Episode 15 with Nicole Sullivan Episode 14 with Lou Rosenfeld Episode 21 with Jessica Hische Episode 24 with Dan Cederholm and Trent Walton 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

sept 2017

28 min 18 seg

Rachel Nabors has worked with Mozilla, the W3C, and Salesforce. Currently, Rachel is a Program Manager on the Microsoft Edge Team representing Web design and animation communities. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, npm, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 1:50 What’s cool about web animation API? 6:20 Does anyone still use SASS? 10:10 What is After Effects used for in web design? 17:24 Did we have Flash? 18:40 Comparing Greensock to the Web Animation API. 26:15 Does web animations have browser support? 28:55 Are there polyfills we can reach for? 30:00 Where should we be using animations? 34:35 The Only Coin example of animation. 44:40 What tools do you recommend for people getting into animation? 47:10 Where can people learn more about your books and courses? Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Rachel Nabors Rachel Nabors on Twitter Rachel Nabors on NBSP Episode 34 BodyMovin After Effects Plugin Inspector Spacetime Inspector Spacetime on Community Greensock Sarah Drasner on Twitter Sara Soueidan on Twitter WPT.FYI Caniuse.com Web Animations API Resources Web Animations Polyfill Revisionist History D3js CodePen Codrops Animate.CSS Easings.net Lightning Design System from Sales Force Kite App Principle for Mac AirBnB Lottie 📘 Animatation at Work - coupon code NBSP10 Courses on Rachel Nabors - coupon code NBSP10 Front End Masters Web Animation Weekly 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

ago 2017

53 min

Nathan Curtis co-founded EightShapes in 2006 and is passionate about interaction design, information architecture, and front-end development. He specializes in design systems consulting for teams large and small, regularly writing about and speaking at events worldwide. Co-hosting this week is Micah Godbolt, Senior Design Developer at Microsoft. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, npm, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 2:44 An introduction to Nathan’s background on the web. 3:50 Design systems are just catching. 4:50 What kind of deliverables would you give to clients back in the 2000’s? 7:20 What’s the next step in design systems? 9:40 It seems like we’re going to start quantifying everything we do inside a design system. 10:30 Automation helping generate code from design systems. 13:20 Working with the various javascript frameworks has changed design systems. 14:40 In the future we won’t have design system, we’ll have a system of systems. 19:30 Sharing design systems across large organizations with common components vs niche apps or websites. 21:30 Designers don’t have as much experience working collaboratively in a community environment. 25:00 Designers tend to be silod - what has been your experience? 29:50 In professional settings, designers with seasoning struggle when they aren’t made aware of the design systems. 31:34 Designers are looking to do the right thing. 33:00 Defending the designers. 36:10 Who’s actually controlling the knobs and dials? 38:30 It works but have you tested it on users yet? 45:50 Adding a research tab to the design system that’s available to everyone. 47:20 Sometimes you have to realize one team might have a completely different user base. 50:00 What goes into a system or not? 53:20 What are your tips for people who want to get a design system going? 56:40 How can people find you on the internet and get in design system conversations? Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Nathan Curtis on Twitter Nathan Curtis on Medium Eight Shapes Micah Godbolt on Twitter Micah Godbolt React NBSP 128 Peter Nowell — SVG Sketch Workflows Red Hat Design Systems Slack 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

ago 2017

59 min 14 seg

Laura Kalbag is a designer from the UK. She’s one-third of Ind.ie, a tiny social enterprise working for social justice in the digital age. At Ind.ie, Laura works on a web privacy tool called Better. Her first book, Accessibility for Everyone, is published by A Book Apart. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, npm, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 2:30 How’d the idea for your book come about? 4:25 Is it an introduction to accessibility? 6:50 It’s more than just good HTML and CSS on websites. 11:00 Any techniques for convincing a team or manager to push for accessibility? 12:30 Diversity helps us understand that people use the web differently than us. 15:34 What other ways do people use the web? 18:40 Accessibility can be expensive but there are so many things you can do that are free. 20:38 Learning HTML better is a basic way to help accessibility. 21:48 A number of sites that rely on Javascript to click a link. 24:10 Websites taking over the browser scroll bar. 25:10 CSS is so easy to style elements like website buttons. 27:20 What services and tools are out there to help people with accessibility testing? 29:25 In order to have good UX, you need to have good accessibility. Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Laura Kalbag on Twitter Laura Kalbag 📘 Accessibility for Everyone JK Rowling Defends Laura Kalbag from Mansplainer on Twitter Matt May on Twitter 📘 Design for Real Life W3C Validator WAVE Accessibility Check Knowbility Ind.ie Better.fyi 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

ago 2017

32 min 41 seg

Peter Nowell is an independent designer, whose clients include Apple, Flinto, and Juice Shop. Peter is also the creator of Sketch Master, a set of online video courses for learning Sketch app. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, npm, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 3:30 Using Sketch instead of Photoshop in workflows. 10:45 What are your thoughts on training for the web? 14:39 I’m a big fan of exploring the tough bits of design. 17:00 Putting together a Sketch workflow course. 21:30 As humans we’re programmed to remember stories. 22:50 Why make your own SVG optimizer? 29:20 SVG is capable of so much more. 36:15 There’s a difference between tool based design versus marketing related design. 39:50 What would you recommend for people looking to move to Sketch from Adobe products? 46:20 It doesn’t look like a professional tool when you just open it up. 47:30 What Sketch plugins do you use day in/day out? 53:00 Abstract plugin for Sketch. 55:30 What are the advantages to using Abstract instead of using Github? 58:20 Sometimes the process shouldn’t be holy. It should be unique to each project. 1:00:00 The further along in a project I am, the less likely I am to add new code. Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Peter Nowell Peter Nowell on Medium Peter Nowell on Twitter Sketch Master Limited time discount of 20% off code “NSBP” SVGito - SVG Optimizer SVG OMG Flinto Front End Masters Google’s Guetzli Optimizer Sketch Rename It Plugin SVGO Plugin Framer Abstract Sketch Plugin CodePen Craft Looper Sketch plugin 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

ago 2017

1 hr 5 min

Since 2008, Dan Denney has worked closely with designers and writing HTML, CSS and JavaScript. He also founded the Front End Design Conference in St. Petersburg, FL. After working as a front-end developer at Code School, Dan is currently unemployed so as to focus on building up his skills as a front-end engineer and find the right team. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, npm, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 2:14 How did you get into the web? 4:55 What was it about Future of Web Design that made it so special? 6:30 Naming things on the web is hard. 7:09 Did the Future of Web Design Conference make you excited to create your own conference? 8:20 What would you recommend to people who are interested in starting a conference? 10:30 Quitting a job and where to next? 13:20 Have you figured out what you don’t want to do? 17:30 What’s your feeling on the Javascript world we live in now in 2017? 22:20 Job postings are the bane of our industry. 24:45 Product designer is the new front end. 28:50 What tools or courses have you used to keep up? 32:30 Courses and tutorials fall out of date and are hard to keep up to date. 38:20 Have you experimented with VR or AR on the web? 40:40 What are the next topics or projects you’re looking to dive into? Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Dan Denney Dan Denney on Twitter Front End Design Conference Dan Denney on Github Dan Denney on CodePen Wes Bos Training Egghead Training Frontend Masters 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

jul 2017

42 min 37 seg

Jina Anne and Michah Godbolt are back on the show, but together for the first time, to talk about design systems, how they are using design systems at their respective jobs, and what is the state of design systems. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, npm, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 2:10 What are design systems and what is the state of design systems? 7:25 History of implementing a design system in place at Salesforce. 11:01 What types of things can get stored in design systems? 15:00 What’s Micah’s history with design systems? 20:15 Design systems help build apps and projects that might not even be created yet. 23:20 Does Microsoft Fabric distribute components or is their one repo in use? 25:20 How beneficial is it for small companies to use design systems? 27:10 What are some good tests for determining a good design tool? 30:13 What do you see for the future of design systems? 37:00 Join the Design Systems Slack group. Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Jina Anne Jina Anne on Twitter Non Breaking Space Show №20 with Jina Bolton Micah GodBolt Micah Godbolt on Twitter Non Breaking Space Show №48 with Micah Godbolt Non Breaking Space Show №74 with Micah Godbolt Pattern Lab Style Tiles Sparkbox Salesforce Lightning Design System Microsoft Fabric Figma Sketch Adobe Experience Microsoft Fluent Design Systems Design Systems Slack Group Clarity Conference Frontend Architecture for Design Systems 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

jul 2017

39 min 39 seg

Kirupa Chinnathambi works as a Program Manager in the Web Platform team at Microsoft. His latest book, Creating Web Animations published by O’Reilly Media, examines how animations are made in today’s user interfaces. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, npm, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 1:50 What got you into the web? 4:40 Why write a book about web animations? 6:40 How do you define CSS transitions and CSS animations? 8:15 In order to maximize CSS do you need to have Javascript? 9:10 How much Javascript knowledge does someone need on today’s web? 10:30 What are some tips for making animations with better performance? 12:18 What would cause you to work with canvas? 13:20 What are the properties you want to avoid? 15:35 What if I position absolute within a nested div that’s positioned relative? 16:30 What tools would you recommend for testing performance? 17:15 What were your goals in writing your book? 21:55 What are your views on the CSS spec going forward? 27:10 When’s the sequel coming out for your FrontPage book? 29:40 How important is blogging? 32:10 Discussion of owning your content. Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Kirupa.com Kirupa on Twitter Kirupa on Facebook 📘 Creating Web Animations 📘 Learning React 📘 Javascript Absolute Beginners Guide Commander Keen Chrome Dev Tools 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

jul 2017

35 min 44 seg

Lara Hogan is an engineering director at Etsy and the author of Designing for Performance and the coauthor of Building a Device Lab. Her latest book, Demystifying Public Speaking, tackles every step involved in taking the podium and delivering the killer presentation. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, npm, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Jump to a conversation on… 1:38 Welcome to Lara Hogan 2:50 How did you get started on a book about public speaking? 6:40 A break though on how to handle Q&A sessions. 9:00 Why should people in tech give talks in the first place? 12:18 Shaping a talk becomes an everyday process. 17:25 Talks don’t happen in a vacuum. 18:10 Finding the right venues to speak at. 19:45 As a speaker you have to be very professional. 20:45 Having back up plans helps reduce your fears. 23:30 Event organizers should be letting you know expectations. 24:45 Words of wisdom for anyone thinking of public speaking. Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter LaraHogan.me Lara_Hogan on Twitter 📘 Demystifying Public Speaking Rachel Nabors 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

jul 2017

26 min 54 seg

Amazon has the best week ever. Meanwhile, we’re not good enough for Apple Maps, so Apple’s making self-driving cars? What could go wrong and more in this week’s Top (n+1) News Stories of the Week! This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, npm, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Jump to a conversation on… 1:46 #8 Amazon’s big week! 15:50 #7 Apple’s Self Driving Car is Real 22:06 #6 Bunny photos to ease relationships. 26:00 #5 NASA’s Kepler Discovers First Earth-Size Planet 29:45 #4 Roaming charges across the EU have been scrapped 31:50 #3 Google Trends as life advice 36:50 #2 Mozilla prize to decentralize the web 42:30 #1 Boeing will test self-flying planes Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter 📺 Simon St. Laurent — Amazon’s Best Week Ever, Apple’s Self-Driving Cars, and More Simon St. Laurent on Twitter Apple’s WWDC 2017 Keynote in 17 minutes Apple Makes Major Podcast Updates Apple’s Self Driving Car is Real The Secret to Relationship Success May Be Bunny Photos NASA’s Kepler Discovers First Earth Size Planet India’s Mars Orbiter completes 1000 days in orbit and is still going strong European Union drops roaming charges Google Trends as Life Advice Mozilla Prize to Decentralize the Web Boeing Testing Self Driving Planes 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

jun 2017

46 min 47 seg

Dan Mall returns! Dan is the director of SuperFriendly, a design collaborative, and author of a new book about the approaches professionals can take to valuing their project rates called Pricing Design, which published by A Book Apart. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, npm, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Jump to a conversation on… 1:40 What’s Dan been up to since last we talked? 2:50 What’s Superbooked? 6:50 Freelancers struggle with pricing - how can we make it easier? 11:50 One trick Dan’s found is… 13:55 Once you’re comfortable, don’t ask about budget. 18:10 Try talking your client out of hiring you. 22:00 If you’re just starting out, use hourly. As you get comfortable graduate into value pricing. 24:20 What is cost plus pricing? 28:00 Profit comes from risk. 30:00 Salary negotiation is hard just like estimating a project. 31:30 Imposter syndrome kicks in even after success. 33:40 Using your friends as a sounding board. 37:50 When a proposal morphs into discovery phase - what do you do? 42:15 Design is a job. 43:50 How can folks find Dan Mall on the web? Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Dan Mall Superfriend.ly Superbooked A Book Apart - Pricing Design Owner Summit Dan Brown on Non-Breaking Space episode 120 Design is a Job You’re My Favorite Client 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

jun 2017

45 min 2 seg

Harry Roberts is an award-winning Consultant Front-end Architect, writer, and speaker from the UK. Roberts is often asked for his advice by web teams to help make their CSS better organized and more efficient. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, npm, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Jump to a conversation on… 3:40 Becoming a Google Developer Expert 5:30 What type of work do you normally do? 6:40 What does it mean to thrash things off? 7:40 When does someone hire an outside consultant? 8:30 Are you doing a lot of coding on projects? 11:11 What type of issues are clients calling you about? 14:10 What tips do you have to scale engineers to be able to understand CSS? 16:34 Only tell people what they want to hear. 18:10 What tools do you use? 21:40 Any tips on becoming a master of Chrome Dev Tools? 24:10 Can you have Canary and regular Chrome on one computer? 25:10 What does it mean to have CSS in Javascript? 31:15 What are web components and how can people benefit from them? 38:15 Your views on Sass vs Post-CSS? 39:35 Do most companies have responsive websites now? 42:45 Any advice for people who want to market themselves? 44:45 If you don’t have a blog, people cannot read your work at all. Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter 📺 Harry Roberts — The Tools of a CSS Front-end Architect CSSWizarddry.com Harry Roberts on Twitter Google Developer Experts Chrome Dev Tools WebPageTest.org CharlesProxy.com SpeedCurve.com Improving Your CSS With Parker CSS Stats ack! ack for CSS Developers Ctags Canary Umaar.com Dev Tips CSS Grid Layout Using CSS Variables Web Components Polymer Project All Initial CSS Vote to support CSS property ‘all’ in MS Edge CanIUse Sass Post CSS CSS Dev Conf 2017 Lea Verou 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

jun 2017

50 min 27 seg

Dan Brown is co-founder of EightShapes, a UX design discovery shop that serves clients in healthcare, education, not-for-profit and high-tech. He’s recently written a book called, Practical Design Discovery, published by A Book Apart. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, npm, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Jump to a conversation on… 4:20 How long have you been working in the web industry? 7:45 What does it mean to give everyone a voice? 9:40 I want to have the hard conversations but you have to be willing to listen and be vulnerable. 11:10 Talking about the game Dan Brown has made. 13:10 Some of the techniques I’ve used to move situations forward are… 18:25 How did you get started with Eight Shapes? 20:40 Having a kid made the risk worth it. 21:20 Nathan’s doing great work on design systems. 23:20 Where do you see the future of design going? 28:25 In what ways did A Book Apart take care of you in writing a book? 30:40 The cover is a bit of a dad joke. 33:30 Do you still get a lot of blowback from clients these days? 35:50 What we need help with is we’ve got a big problem we don’t understand. 39:00 Frankensteining a project and amplifying feedback. 45:30 You still need data to back up your design decisions. 46:40 How can people get in touch with Dan Brown? Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter @Brownorama on Twitter EightShapes.com Dan’s Game - Surviving Design Projects Practical Design Discovery Designing Together GreenOnions.com The Internet is Broken - Ev Williams on Twitter and Medium Nathan Curtis #catsinasink 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

may 2017

48 min 32 seg

Sarah Drasner is an award-winning speaker, consultant, and staff writer at CSS-Tricks. Sarah is also the co-founder of Web Animation Workshops, with Val Head. She’s given a Frontend Masters Workshop on Advanced SVG Animations and is the author of SVG Animations. She’s formerly Manager of UX Design & Engineering at Trulia (Zillow). Last year Sarah won CSS Dev Conf’s “Best of Best of Award” as well as “Best Code Wrangler” from CSS Design Awards. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, npm, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Jump to a conversation on… 2:50 Talking goats. Animating goats. 5:40 Explaining viewbox over Twitter 9:00 Learning what’s going on under the hood so you can troubleshoot it. 10:40 As long as people have maintenance as their core idea. 13:20 Both sides seems to think the other side is a junior developer. 15:40 One size fits all doesn’t work on the web very well. 18:30 Generalists to specialists to micro-specialists. 20:01 When I was starting you couldn’t just be the designer. 26:05 I remember a time when browsers could fit on a floppy disk. 27:49 Performance is what gets me so excited about SVG. 32:00 The importance of SVG and how it helps solve our problems. 34:50 You redid your site while you had the flu? 38:20 Are we allowed to talk about above the fold? 40:00 Why a performance budget of under 2s? 44:01 Chances are what you see someone put out isn’t their first attempt. 45:20 Sarah does not poop things from her brain. 46:01 How do you keep up with things that change on the web so quickly? 51:30 I was striving to make sure you have a few options when animating SVG. 55:00 How can people find Sarah Drasner on the internet? Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter 📺 Sarah Drasner — The Guide to Designing SVG Animations Sarah Drasner Sarah Drasner on Twitter Sarah on Github Sarah on CodePen Web Animation Workshops Goat Simulator SVG Animations - From Common UX Implementations to Complex Responsive Animation Kai’s Power Tools 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

may 2017

1 hr 9 min

Nicole Hallberg and Martin Schneider swapped email address for a couple of weeks. Guess what happened? Join Nicole and Martin as they to talk about their experiences in dealing with and recognizing sexism in the tech workplace and suggestions for what can be done to improve the place of work. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: AccessU Summit is a virtual conference on digital accessibility techniques and policies taking place online on May 18th. Early bird tickets now on sale at AccessUSummit.com. CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Jump to a conversation on… 2:01 Introductions 7:50 The story behind Nicole and Martin’s experiences 14:30 Can you give an example of terminology you had to explain again and prove your expertise in? 18:00 What was the biggest takeaway from this experience? 19:20 Why couldn’t he just believe the women without having to experience it? 20:40 Was it data driven or was it just anecdotal stories? 22:50 What’s the drawback to admitting there’s sexism in the workplace? 28:24 What happened when you talked to your supervisor? 31:30 What if your boss had tried a different approach? 36:10 Adults, particularly men, don’t like being told that they’re doing something wrong. 41:58 All anger is borne of sadness. 43:00 Nicole’s story of standing up at a conference. 47:25 Don’t come into feminist spaces and expect everyone to change for you. 48:20 The other story is what happens after we told our story. 48:55 It’s not like the internet wrote me a check. 51:01 Codes of conduct at conferences. 1:00:05 Why hasn’t anyone done this before? It’s such a simple test. 1:02:35 What’s your podcast and upcoming appearances? 1:03:35 What’s it like to be internet famous? 1:07:02 What’s the simplest steps to take to make it easier for everyone in the workplace? Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter 📺 Nicole Hallberg and Martin Schneider — Sexism in the Tech Industry Nicole Hallberg Nicole Hallberg at Twitter Nicole Hallberg at Medium Working While Female Martin Schneider at Twitter Political Theater Podcast @NotEachOther Facebook.com/noteachother Barcamp Sex Archie Podcast 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

may 2017

1 hr 12 min

J.M. DeMatteis is an Eisner award-winning writer and editor with more than thirty years experience in comic books, graphic novels, television, film, and prose. He stops by the show to talk about his process, how things have changed in comics over the years, and the services he provides to help other writers. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: AccessU Summit is a virtual conference on digital accessibility techniques and policies taking place online on May 18th. Early bird tickets now on sale at AccessUSummit.com. CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Jump to a conversation on… 4:30 Brooklyn Dreams 5:35 How much of it was true? 7:55 What other stories do you consider in your top 5? 11:30 Following writers vs superheroes and characters. 12:50 Which superhero did you first write? 13:55 Is it easier to write a short or longer story? 14:45 Rules and regulations when Dematteis started writing. 15:50 How did you get into writing comics? 17:30 How long was your rejection period before you broke in? 19:10 What’s it like to take over writing for a superhero? 22:10 Using an outline for a workflow when writing? 26:12 The best stimulus for getting the work done is… 28:40 Putting all the pipe together to create a story that makes sense. 30:00 Writing for TV vs writing for a comic book. 33:10 Can you talk about the next movie for DC? 33:40 Batman vs Robin was the most fun gigs I’ve ever had. 34:50 Working on projects that don’t end up working well. 36:15 Justice League was almost too easy. 38:10 Thoughts on comic book page counts. 41:20 When a comic is over too quick… 42:20 Digital development of comics vs traditional development 46:20 How important is it to create your own work? 48:10 Other services that J.M. Dematteis provides. 49:30 What do the workshops look like? Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter 📺 J.M. DeMatteis — Burying Spider-Man, Building Worlds J.M. DeMatteis on The Justice League Podcast J.M. DeMatteis J.M. DeMatteis on Twitter Imagination 101 : Writing Workshop hosted by J.M. Dematteis Story consultation J.M. DeMatteis on Facebook Brooklyn Dreams Moonshadow Farewell, Moonshadow Flash Gordon : The Secret History Of Mongo Hero Squared The Life and Times of Savior 28 Batman: Going Sane The Adventures of Augusta Wind The Adventures of Augusta Wind, Vol. 2 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

may 2017

53 min 47 seg

Oliver Lindberg is a freelance editor and content consultant, founder of the new Pixel Pioneers conference, co-founder and curator of Generate Conference, and former editor of Net magazine. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: AccessU Summit is a virtual conference on digital accessibility techniques and policies taking place online on May 18th. Early bird tickets now on sale at AccessUSummit.com. CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Jump to a conversation on… 2:01 Welcome to the show… 2:45 How did you get involved on the web and with .Net magazine? 4:00 Why .Net? 5:50 How would you describe the content of .Net when it was more of a internet fanzine? 7:17 How did you stay on top of events and news as an editor of technology? 11:40 How does someone become a speaker in our industry? 14:50 What tips would would you give to speakers for public speaking? 16:03 What goes into putting together an issue of Net magazine? 20:20 If someone is prolific at writing on their blog, they’ll likely be a good speaker. 21:58 How did you pick the cover story for magazines? 26:10 Talking about Pixel Pioneers conference. 29:10 What types of themes do you want to hit with Pixel Pioneers? 35:30 Any advice for running a conference? 40:13 What’s your craziest conference story? 46:00 I use spreadsheets more than I ever have before thanks to conference organizing. 47:05 Call for papers for Belfast papers is still available. Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter 📺 Oliver Lindberg — Editing the Web Industry Oliver Lindberg Oliverlindberg on Twitter Oliver Lindberg on Medium Pixel Pioneers TweetedTimes.com A Book Apart An Event Apart O’Reilly Conferences Meetup.com Generate Conference 📘 Demystifying Public Speaking by Lara Hogan 📘 Confessions of a Public Speaker Sarah Drasner 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

abr 2017

48 min 29 seg

The state of Angular, Apple’s self-driving vehicles, parking spaces in space, American Dream is stuck in a rut, and The Last Jedi teaser trailer reaching over 20 million views. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: AccessU Summit is a virtual conference on digital accessibility techniques and policies taking place online on May 18th. Early bird tickets now on sale at AccessUSummit.com. CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Jump to a conversation on… 1:55 Nothing’s more important than this show, right? 2:10 #9 Signage at the Angular Conference. 15:40 #8 The state of Angular 19:30 #7 DMV grants Apple to test self driving software. 29:20 #6 The Post JavaScript Apocalypse 37:50 #5 Parking Space in Space 42:26 #4 Enceladus’ Subsurface Energy Source 48:20 #3 Burger King takes over your robot butler 53:44 #2 Why Americans Have Stopped Moving 1:02:50 #1 Last Jedi Trailer released Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Simon St. Laurent on Twitter 📺 Simon St Laurent — The Last Jedi Trailer, Burger King Hacking, Life in Space, and More Signage at Angular Conference State of Angular Apple gets DMV Approval to test self driving cars in California The Post JavaScript Apocalypse Astronauts Are About to Install a Parking Space for SpaceX and Boeing Enceladus’ Subsurface Energy Source: What It Means for Search for Life Alamo Draft House Burger King Takes Over Your Robot Butler Why Americans Have Stopped Moving Last Jedi Teaser Trailer Thor Ragnorak trailer Mystery Science Theatre 3000 The Return on Netflix 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

abr 2017

1 hr 12 min

Whitney is Co-Director of Civic Design and is an expert in user research, user experience, and usability, with a passion for clear communication. She’s the author of three books: A Web for Everyone, Storytelling in User Experience, and Global UX. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: AccessU Summit is a virtual conference on digital accessibility techniques and policies taking place online on May 18th. Early bird tickets now on sale at AccessUSummit.com. CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Jump to a conversation on… 1:43 What is Whitney up to these days? 2:44 What is civic design? What is the realm of civic design? 6:00 Why be a poll worker and its importance of? 7:15 How are you helping making poll working better? 8:00 What makes a better voter guide? 10:40 Was there quantifiable results? 12:45 What else does she work on? What type of training? 16:00 Story of government database being mixed up. 18:25 Provisional voting, how it works & election day registration. 20:35 Journey mapping a voter’s trip to the election day 23:20 The greatest way to get people to vote. 24:25 Any crazy ballot designs from recent memory? 26:49 What are ways to make voting more accessible? 28:03 Design course open to everyone? 30:40 Where can people find this Civic Design course? 33:02 What about open source voting systems? 35:03 How do you ensure you get all the input from all the people? 37:20 It’s hard to trust something when you don’t know what’s inside it. 37:55 Chris’ shoutout to Florida 38:40 How can people follow up with what’s going on? Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Whitney Quesenbery on Twitter Civic Design Civic Design Irregulars Civic Design Newsletter Star Vote 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

abr 2017

40 min 3 seg

Val Head is a web animation expert and author with a talent for getting designers and developers alike excited about the power of animation. She’s the author of Designing Interface Animation and teaches CSS Animation on lynda.com. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Jump to a conversation on… 2:30 Writing the preface is the worst. 4:03 Benefits of brain animation including transitions 6:07 Animation helping with perceived performance makes things seem like things are happening faster 8:01 Facebook content loading examples of perceived performance and perceived speed 9:00 Benefits of reducing content load, make it obvious what has changed on the screen 10:50 Bad form designs that take up too much of the page 12:30 Explanation of UI choreography - managing multiple animations and commonality of animations 16:09 Blocking animation is bad, it stops you from doing things while it’s animated. 17:40 Don’t hide layers people need to interact with. 20:30 Some examples of good animation that elevates the design, including brand identity. 23:31 Some examples of sites that are really good at freeze animation. 26:10 PayPal redesign compared to Stripe 28:00 How you go about thinking about instilling animation into your brand, app or website. 33:00 Recommendations on how to convince higher ups to integrate animation. 38:30 Where does someone start working more with animation? CSS? 40:02 Green Sock versus CSS. 41:02 Books or websites that would help you learn more about CSS. 42:40 What Java Script does that CSS can’t. 45:10 What’s covered in the workshops with Sarah Drasner. 46:50 How to connect or find more information about Val Head. Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt @teleject 📺 Val Head — Designing Interface Animation Val Head Web Animation Workshops Sarah Drasner Designing Interface Animation CSS Animations A Pocket Guide - Val Head Animation example on Stripe Stripe checkout Val Head’s Lynda courses Dudley Storey’s book on CSS GreenSock Val Head on Twitter Val’s Newsletter 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

abr 2017

48 min 57 seg

Dr. Susan Weinschenk is a behavioral psychologist who has been working in the field of design and user experience. She is the author of How To Get People To Do Stuff, Neuro Web Design: What Makes Them Click? and 100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Jump to a conversation on… 2:25 What’s a normal day for you? 3:45 Being a science advisor on a TV show. 6:40 YouTube stars vs. TV stars 8:55 How do self stories help people keep resolutions? 11:24 If you’re talking about making a big change in your life, habit will only get you so far. 12:30 What is an example of a self story? 15:20 They were editing their stories based on what other people had said they did. 16:40 Sometimes I’ll write out what I think my story is right now. 17:30 There’s always more than one way to look at a situation. 18:50 The way you describe your life has a huge effect on you. 20:50 Is the best way to do it to write it down? 24:01 Don’t lie in your story. Your story has to be grounded in reality. 30:00 Do you have personas on the project? 31:50 What’s a “deep interview?” 36:10 I had someone crying in an interview about hooking up a television. 39:00 What you need is the story from people. 41:30 Customer support and trust is a big deal on the internet 43:00 You’re not an expert because you don’t make this kind of purchase every day. 47:00 Chris’ Instantpot story 51:00 Susan’s tent story. 59:00 Would you spend $18,000 without details about your insurance? 1:01:45 How can people find you on the web? Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt @teleject Susan Weinschenk on Twitter The Team W Podcast - Human Tech Your hosts Guthrie and Dr. Susan Weinschenk explore how behavioral and brain science affects our technologies and how technologies affect our brains. YouTube Red Mind Field on YouTube Susan’s Books Non Breaking Space Show on TuneIn 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

abr 2017

1 hr 2 min

Lainey Feingold is the author of Structured Negotiation published by the American Bar Association that explores an alternative dispute resolution process she’s used throughout her work as a disability rights lawyer. Through structured negotiation, she has collaborated with Target, CVS, Major League Baseball, Wal-Mart, and many other organizations in representing disabled people seeking full participation that our society has to offer. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about frontend design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Jump to a conversation on… 2:25 How did you start the path to becoming a disability rights attorney? 4:50 What type of technology did they add to ATMs to make them more accessible? 6:50 What other companies have you done structured negotiations with? 9:09 Are there other ways for dispute resolution? 11:49 Can structured negotiations be used in business? 12:50 Who do you contact first if you have an issue? 14:40 Do people resist structured negotiations? 16:15 Is it unusual for companies to respond positively? 17:02 What types of issues have you run into? 19:04 What is the process with structured negotiations? 21:01 Do you bring outside experts as well? 22:07 Nobody likes to be told what to do so we give recommendations. 23:28 What type of skills and traits are needed to manage a structured negotiation. 27:40 What you do for your non-english speaking customers, you need to do for your blind customers. 28:50 How can I convince my boss to work in this way? 31:50 Increasing your potential customer base by building with accessibility in mind. 32:50 Showing appreciation for every small step along the way. 34:30 Positive press is more important than a lawsuit. 35:18 What are the characteristics that have made you a good negotiator? 37:37 How can people find your book? Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt @teleject Lainey Feingold’s Law Firm Lainey on Twitter Joe Clark - Building Accessible Websites Structured Negotiation Talk in DC Structured Negotiation on American Bar Association Non Breaking Space Show on TuneIn 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

mar 2017

39 min 4 seg

Kristofer Layon is the Principal Interaction Designer at Honeywell. Before then, Kristofer directed the MinneWebCon in 2008 until 2011. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets now on sale. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about frontend design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. LINKS: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt (@teleject) @klayon on Twitter Kristoferlayon.com Kristofer on LinkedIn Mobilizing Websites - Develop and Design MinneWebCon Franklin BBQ Smittys Market Non Breaking Space Show on TuneIn 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 Jump to a conversation on… 4:50 What is your job title? 7:10 That’s when I really got into UX design. 7:55 The bar has been raised higher than when I started. 10:53 How would you define UX design? 14:45 We use a traditional usability lab occasionally. 15:33 Essentially we test early and often. 16:49 How would you know what to ask a user of your software? 20:01 One thing you don’t want to focus on is the interface itself. 22:00 Using an e-commerce site as an example. 24:30 The debrief can last as long as the testing. 24:45 How many times do you continue testing? 26:50 A rule of thumb is a small group of 5. 30:00 Less is more 32:15 I don’t script it but try and read the room. 33:25 It seems not sexy to prepare for a presentation but it’s one of the most important things we do. 35:10 The trick is to make it all look easy. 37:10 Everyone wants you to succeed as long as you’re earnest. 38:09 Compare and contrast working in college vs current job. 38:50 When you’re teaching the most basic things of design become really time consuming. 46:50 How can people find you on the internet? 47:59 Do you still like being a designer in Austin? 51:20 Is it worth it to wait in line for Franklin BBQ?

mar 2017

54 min 56 seg

Steve Portigal is the founder and principal of Portigal Consulting, a boutique firm that brings together user research, design and business strategy. Steve is the author of Interviewing Users: How to Uncover Compelling Insights and Doorbells, Danger, and Dead Batteries: User Research War Stories. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets go on sale soon. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about frontend design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. LINKS: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt (@teleject) 📺 Steve Portigal — User Research War Stories Portigal Consulting Steve Portigal (@steveportigal) Interviewing Users : How to Uncover Compelling Insights Portigal Consulting Doorbells, Danger, and Dead Batteries : User Research War Stories Portigal Consulting Rosenfeld Media Interviewing Users: How to Uncover Compelling Insights Doorbells, Danger, and Dead Batteries: User Research War Stories on Amazon.com Non Breaking Space Show on TuneIn 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 Jump to a conversation on… 2:00 What made you decide to start publishing stories from the field? 6:50 How did you determine which stories were the best for the book? 10:00 Were the stories best served as a book? 15:40 How would you figure out if you need to go do interviews? 22:35 What does user research involve? 27:00 Interviewing is great for understanding why. 28:30 The hard part is trying to explain why humans are humans. 32:40 Context is important. 34:58 Don’t get drowned in data. 38:10 It reminds me of the Nielsen diagram I despise… 39:55 Where can folks buy the books?

mar 2017

41 min 38 seg

A highly sought-after speaker, Steve Krug is a usability consultant who has more than 20 years of experience as a user advocate for companies like Apple, Netscape, AOL, Lexus, and others. He is best known for his book Don’t Make Me Think about human-computer interaction and web usability. His second book, Rocket Surgery Made Easy, is a DIY guide for Finding and fixing usability problems. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: SVG Summit — A full-day, virtual UX design conference on SVG that you can attend online on February 15th. Free recordings with registration at SVG Summit. Use discount code NONBREAKINGSPACESHOW for 20% off. CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets go on sale soon. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about frontend design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Feed.Press — Hosting and feed support provided by Feed.Press. Sign-up today and try FeedPress on a 14-day trial (no contracts or commitments). Use promo code NBSP during checkout to get 10% off your first year. Jump to a conversation on… 7:25 Introduction of Steve’s books 8:25 A discussion of mobile first 10:55 Did responsive design hurt web design? 16:20 Weatherbug as an example of a good app. 18:55 Double tapping on an article instead of responsive design as Steve Jobs intended. 21:00 Why don’t more people do usabilty testing? 26:00 Failed prediction: usability will never get to be a line item on budgets. 29:00 Reasons why you can’t predict the future. 30:15 6 maxims from Steve’s book 34:00 Making usability tests a spectator sport 35:10 How do I get buy in from my boss? 38:20 Making sure to have good snacks for usability testing. 39:10 What qualifies as a good snack for usability testing? 39:50 Focus ruthlessly on a smaller number of problems. 42:40 When faced with problems, do the least you can do. 44:50 Dealing with legacy sites. 48:15 Brundlefly 49:15 Getting lost in Home Depot 51:25 How difficult it is to keep a blog up to date. 54:05 Contributing to the walled garden of Facebook vs blogging 56:00 Where to find Steve Krug online. 57:10 LinkedIn dark pattern annoyance. LINKS: Sensible.com Steve Krug on Twitter Don’t Make Me Think Rocket Surgery Made Easy LukeW LukeW on Twitter Hipmunk Atomic Design by Brad Frost

feb 2017

1 hr 5 min

Director at South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Festival, Hugh Forrest has overseen it from its inception in the mid-90s to see it turn into a mega-conference, hosting a sitting President of the United States as keynote speaker. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: SVG Summit — A full-day, virtual UX design conference on SVG that you can attend online on February 15th. Free recordings with registration at SVG Summit. Use discount code NONBREAKINGSPACESHOW for 20% off. CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets go on sale soon. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about frontend design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Feed.Press — Hosting and feed support provided by Feed.Press. Sign-up today and try FeedPress on a 14-day trial (no contracts or commitments). Use promo code NBSP during checkout to get 10% off your first year. Jump to a conversation on… 1:00 Launch in 28 days and they are on schedule 3:15 Weather is nice and weather conditions in Austin 5:07 Why did you decide to have multimedia with music? 6:40 What’s the comparison between music and interactive at SXSW? 7:20 Interactive portion is more appealing, but music is more attended 8:50 Interactive probably wouldn’t have survived without the music event. 11:00 70,000 people are projected to attend and future growth projections 12:20 Even though a lot of people attend, the creation is still the focus. 15:00 “Second Story” panel 15:45 The coolest thing you see at SXSW is something you weren’t even expecting 16:40 Hallway discussions that are completely unplanned, but they are sometimes better than the panel 18:01 How you get introverts in the industry to network? 19:45 How do you define a meetup? 21:30 Speaking submissions need to be submitted 8 months ahead of time. About 4,700 people request to speak. 23:50 Accounting for hot new technologies is part of the process. 25:10 The submission process was used only with Interactive, but migrated to music and film. 26:35 Video has to be submitted when requests are made to speak 28:50 So many people have a TED or TEDx video to look at. 32:12 5,000 max submissions that panel pickers go through, what the process is to weed out submissions and vote for submissions 33:05 What is the process for submitting a talk to SXSW Interactive? 38:45 What are unique challenges for SXSW? 42:25 How much effort was it to book President Obama last year? 45:15 SXSW is only a month away. Prices are at walk-up price now. 48:48 Bots are the new things that are going to be a big thing coming up 50:25 Wrap up and closing Sponsor Details SVG Summit — A full-day, virtual UX design conference on SVG that you can attend online on February 15th. Free recordings with registration at SVG Summit. Use discount code “NONBREAKINGSPACESHOW” for 20% off. CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets go on sale soon. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about frontend design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Feed.Press — Hosting and feed support provided by Feed.Press. Sign-up today and try FeedPress on a 14-day trial (no contracts or commitments). Use promo code “NBSP” during checkout to get 10% off your first year. South By Southwest SXSW Interactive Interactive History of SXSW Pandora Spotify Fairmont Austin Second Life aka Second Story Meet ups SXSW SXSW Entry for Speakers/Panel Picker Ted Videos SXSW Advisory Board SXSW Voting Video of Obama at SXSW Article on Obama at SXSW MeerKat FourSquare Attend SXSW/Pricing Talkabot Conference

feb 2017

51 min 12 seg

Dudley Storey is a Smashing Magazine contributing editor, teacher and speaker, his new book Using SVG with CSS3 and HTML5 is scheduled to be released later this Spring. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: SVG Summit — A full-day, virtual UX design conference on SVG that you can attend online on February 15th. Free recordings with registration at SVG Summit. Use discount code NONBREAKINGSPACESHOW for 20% off. CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets go on sale soon. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about frontend design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Feed.Press — Hosting and feed support provided by Feed.Press. Sign-up today and try FeedPress on a 14-day trial (no contracts or commitments). Use promo code NBSP during checkout to get 10% off your first year. Dudley’s Blog @DudleyStorey on Twitter Using SVG with CSS3 and HTML5 Amelia Dudley’s New Media Production and Design Course Books written by Christopher Schmitt The SVG Summit What is SVG 2? SVG Support in WordPress Sarah Drasner SVG Animations Rachel Andrew CSS Grid Perch CMS Jeremy Keith Tantek Flickr Adobe Illustrator SVG O GreenSock Jump to a conversation on… 3:05 The program that Dudley currently teaches about media 5:15 Learning about CD-ROMs in college. 6:35 HTML tables vs CSS layout in the old days 7:15 Dudley’s beef with hacker schools or code schools 9:05 It’s like you’re looking through the wrong end of the telescope 10:15 The host would like to see a certification course of semantic HTML and why 12:03 Dudley is still working for Smashing Magazine and is now also a technical editor. 13:55 What’s it like to be an editor for Smashing magazine? 15:10 You can put whatever you want on your blog. 16:03 Blogging versus magazine submission versus tweeting; when to use each 18:55 All of Christopher’s photos are on Flicker, but Flicker is becoming outdated. What to do next with the content. 20:01 Dudley built thenewcode.com as an accurate, consistent database on CSS Scripts and functions that is not out there yet. 21:50 Eventually Facebook will go away. People will lose a big portion of their lives when it goes away 24:30 When content is no longer accurate, Dudley goes back his website to update the data and an example of it 25:42 Technology going through growing pains. 27:50 Twitter for example has a lot of big community problems because sites simply want a lot of users then react to the problems after 29:59 Twitter has a social engineering problem. 31:02 A little bit about the book “Using SVG with CSS3 and HTML5” 32:50 Description of SVG2 and how it relates to SVG 33:30 Strokes in SVG and SVG2 34:30 SVG is not an image format but is a document format 35:55 Plugins for everything. 36:45 How is book writing for the web and what is the process of it 39:10 The lightbulb moment when someone gets it. 40:01 The joys of helping people who understand things because of your book or teaching 41:21 Which portions Dudley is writing in the book, including SVG tools, CSS and SVG properties, SVG and interactive activities 42:40 SVG Export issues and challenges. 46:00 Discussion on the IE issue with width and height 47:00 A lot of the SVG presentation attributes are moved to CSS properties 49:11 Are standards current in modern browsers? 50:09 SVG animations and Green Sock animation library as well as native animation 51:20 What type of simple CSS animations could you do before you grab Green Sock? 52:30 SVG and data visualization 54:40 Preview of the book available right now

feb 2017

1 hr 14 min

The author of Hourly Billing is Nuts, Jonathan Stark, joins us to about charging clients what your worth or, what could be more beneficial, charging what the work is worth to your customers. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: SVG Summit — A full-day, virtual UX design conference on SVG that you can attend online on February 15th. Free recordings with registration at SVG Summit. Use discount code NONBREAKINGSPACESHOW for 20% off. CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets go on sale soon. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about frontend design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Feed.Press — Hosting and feed support provided by Feed.Press. Sign-up today and try FeedPress on a 14-day trial (no contracts or commitments). Use promo code NBSP during checkout to get 10% off your first year. Financial Times Mobile Strategies for Credit Unions Jonathan Stark Triumph of the Nerds New Book “Hourly Billing is Nuts” Hourly Billing is Nuts on yCombinator Devchat with Jonathan Stark WP Tonic with Jonathan Stark Freelance Transformation Demystifying Pricing with Jonathan Stark Art of Value Pricing Power - Positioning eliminates the billable hour Value pricing bootcamp Jump to a conversation on… 4:01 Mobile strategy and credit unions 7:02 Credit unions need to attract a younger market 8:02 Host’s first job was in IT department of a credit union 8:30 Talk about “Hourly Billing is Nuts” book 9:40 Any project is going to have at least 3 parties involved. 10:50 The longer it takes the more it costs, hard to guarantee customer satisfaction with hourly billing 11:20 It’s almost impossible to guarantee customer satisfaction with hourly billing 12:50 Problems of hourly billing, as a programmer it’s hard to indicate your value by number of lines of code. 15:01 What made Jonathan think that hourly billing wasn’t the best way to bill 7:18 This is like a cancer inside our business. 17:40 Even streamlining hourly there is still bureaucracy left over because you are measuring the wrong thing 18:15 You can’t make more than $140,000 a year 19:20 It can work if you’re nailing your estimates every time 20:20 If you’re not ready to fire somebody, you’re not ready to hire anybody 21:05 How do you grade tests? How long you take or how many answers you get right? 23:05 How Jonathan started using value pricing; it was always about hours, then he tried out value pricing, income doubled 25:15 Value pricing is using a fixed bid instead of hourly price 28:03 Plug in that can be used for a project instead of building from scratch 31:55 How to dip your toes into the idea of stopping trading time for money 32:20 Create code libraries, invest in efficiency 38:00 Jonathan only does scope projects not the actual coding. But he will guide the coders. 39:40 3 categories of why - Why do this at all? Why now? Why me? 42:30 Use the clients words in your proposal. 43:00 Set price 1/10th of the business value 44:01 Give client a reason why you are more valuable than someone else, not just price 44:50 Jonathan has been using value pricing for 10 years 45:20 Book came out in July 2016 46:01 Side projects that Jonathan does; a product ladder 48:50 You can hire me to do the project or you can buy a video I made that teaches you to complete the project 49:50 You now have a pipeline for leads by having a book 51:01 Since you sold products before, you can inform them of your new projects later 52:50 Words of advice by Jonathan Stark; don’t jump in all at once and test this strategy first; take it slowly 54:30 How to purchase “Hourly Billing is Nuts” 55:50 How to contact Jonathan

feb 2017

56 min 35 seg

Twitter filled with Star Wars Bots; Amazon wants storefronts in virtual reality, the pain of numbering software releases, shady UX practices, and the most popular tech skills for the year, and the current asking price for 30 seconds of the Super Bowl™. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: SVG Summit — A full-day, virtual UX design conference on SVG that you can attend online on February 15th. Free recordings with registration at SVG Summit. Use discount code NONBREAKINGSPACESHOW for 20% off. CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets go on sale soon. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about frontend design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Feed.Press — Hosting and feed support provided by Feed.Press. Sign-up today and try FeedPress on a 14-day trial (no contracts or commitments). Use promo code NBSP during checkout to get 10% off your first year. Jump to a conversation on… 6:50 Introduction of guest 7:32 #8 OMG, Twitter is full of Bots 10:57 There’s a market for slightly used Twitter accounts 13:02 #7 Data shield down: Online privacy and data ownership 20:19 #6 Don’t be an idiot on the web; Dirty UX tricks and tactics 28:28 #5 Major software version number upgrades 34:03 Guest tweet about modules/components vs. pages 36:04 JavaScript is history 40:08 #4 Amazon looking to bring shopping into VR 47:46 #3 Superbowl ad prices and viewer ratings 55:17 #2 New iOS update helps find your missing Apple Airpods 1:00:01 #1 Fastest growing skills in the last quarter 1:03:50 Amazon web services 1:05:50 How Austin, Texas has changed LINKS: President Donald Trump on Twitter Dave Pell at Next Draft LinkedIn Massive Twitter Bot Army Exposed by Its Obsession With Star Wars Robot J. McCarthy Tweetbot CSS Dev Conf Dark UX: Dirty Tricks and Tactics to Avoid in 2017 Publishers Clearing House Newsweek React Amazon job posting suggests plan to bring shopping experiences into VR Spectacles by Snapchat Doctor Who Left Shark Air Pods Apple Pencil Lightning To Audio Jack Adapter Cable Fastest-growing skills for Q4 Simon St.Laurent Simon’s website

ene 2017

1 hr 9 min

Brad Frost is the web designer who created the mental model of Atomic Design. He’s a sought-after designer, speaker, and consultant about responsive design. His new book Atomic Design explains the concept of modular design as well as how to position it in a workflow for multi-device web developers. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: SVG Summit — A full-day, virtual UX design conference on SVG that you can attend online on February 15th. Free recordings with registration at SVG Summit. Use discount code NONBREAKINGSPACESHOW for 20% off. CSS Dev Conf — Conference dedicated to CSS and its super friend technologies like JavaScript, Sass, NPM, and more. A limited supply of Early Bird Tickets go on sale soon. Register now! UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about frontend design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Feed.Press — Hosting and feed support provided by Feed.Press. Sign-up today and try FeedPress on a 14-day trial (no contracts or commitments). Use promo code NBSP during checkout to get 10% off your first year. Brad Frost Brad Frost on Twitter Brad Frost’s blog post on Atomic Design Dave Olsen on Non-Breaking Space Show #86 talking Pattern Lab Bootstrap Foundation Pattern Lab Brian Muenzenmeyer Lamp Stack Pattern Lab Tiffany & Co. Artifact Conference Shopify Brad on GitHub Atomic Design on Github DeployBot The book, Atomic Design, free online version Buy Brad’s Frost Atomic Design book Ron Popeil Owen Gregory Jump to a conversation on… 3:10 Introduction 3:40 Brad describing Atomic Design 5:01 5 Distinct stages of UI 8:02 Organisms and hierarchy of a webpage 10:40 Introduction of pattern lab 12:30 Pattern lab is really plain, you have to bring your own vision, it’s a workspace 16:16 UI Auditing, consistency and patterns of website forms 18:02 How to introduce people to change and convince them that change is good 21:04 Communication with boss, don’t ask permission because boss only cares about end result 23:30 We’re already doing things like Pattern Lab - we just need to be more aware of it. 24:35 Don’t ask for permission, ask for forgiveness after. 27:01 Don’t need to go vertical for approval, talk with your colleagues 29:01 29:30Example of how responsive experience works 30:03 Approval by way of conversion instead of convincing 31:30 Working without boss approval to make a bank site responsive 33:01 Page concept is out of date and from process standpoint doesn’t serve it’s use 34:20 Keep language the same, call it a webpage, but make website an ecosystem not a printed page 37:05 Keeping things above the fold 38:03 Using open source for writing the book and book deployment 41:45 Contributions to the book from others 45:19 How to find the book 48:15 Ending the interview with thanks

ene 2017

50 min 39 seg

For our 2016 wrap-up episode, we’re presenting an exclusive recording of the traditional CSS Dev Conf 2016 Wrap Up Panel. As hour filled with lots of great questions from the audience for the incredible array of speakers. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: Feed.Press — Hosting and feed support provided by Feed.Press. Sign-up today and try FeedPress on a 14-day trial (no contracts or commitments). Use promo code NBSP during checkout to get 10% off your first year.

dic 2016

52 min 42 seg

Product Design Director Lauren Golembiewski is co-founder of Voxable which builds conversational bots and voice interfaces. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: Feed.Press — Hosting and feed support provided by Feed.Press. Sign-up today and try FeedPress on a 14-day trial (no contracts or commitments). Use promo code NBSP during checkout to get 10% off your first year.

dic 2016

54 min 52 seg

Vine is shutting down, who should buy Twitter, the story of Christopher dancing as Chewbacca, the cons of a MacBook Pro, CSS Devconf recap, Stranger Things and binging on Netflix, and walking away from The Walking Dead. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: Feed.Press — Hosting and feed support provided by Feed.Press. Sign-up today and try FeedPress on a 14-day trial (no contracts or commitments). Use promo code NBSP during checkout to get 10% off your first year.

dic 2016

1 hr 14 min

Mat Marquis is Chair of the Responsive Issues Community Group, technical editor at A List Apart, a former member of the jQuery Mobile team, and editor of the W3C HTML5 specification. His book, JavaScript for Web Designers, was recently published by A Book Apart. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: Feed.Press

nov 2016

29 min 38 seg

Matt Vanderpol helps companies and agencies craft custom WordPress themes with an emphasis on content maintainability, performance, and responsive behavior. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: Feed.Press

nov 2016

24 min 51 seg

A special Non Breaking Space episode: Live Q&A session from the first ever ATX Web Film Series presentation. ATX Web Film Series aims to provide thought- and discussion-provoking films about the Web, Design, and Technology. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: Feed.Press

oct 2016

42 min 36 seg

From Austin, Texas, I’m Christopher Schmitt and on this episode, I’m joined with Nick Pettit. Nick is a teacher at Treehouse, an online web education company. He is also an independent virtual reality (VR) game developer. On November 15th, he releases his first major game called “Neptune Flux,” which can be experienced on VR headsets like the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and PlayStation VR. There are also non-VR variations of the game that can be played on PC, Mac, and PlayStation 4. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: Feed.Press

sept 2016

1 hr

Peter Olson is Director and Creative Technologist at IDEO. Before he joined IDEO, Peter was the founder of and served as a Vice President of Technology for Marvel Entertainment’s Digital Media Group. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: Feed.Press

sept 2016

1 hr 11 min