Here’s the first of six episodes in our third season of “Wireframe,” the podcast about the stories behind product and UX design.
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Just like any other business or product, a podcast's branding is equally important to attracting and growing your target audience.
A different kind of podcast about the stories behind interaction design.
We asked the Smashing community what podcasts they listened to.
In 1989, Japan's Shinkansen Bullet Train had a problem.
Chris Coyier & Dave Rupert have been podcasting about building websites for over 5 years. Tune in each week for a discussion about our industry.
These podcasts are a great way to keep up to date with trends, learn from experts, and expand your design skills.
Michael Bierut is an award-winning designer, partner at Pentagram in New York City, and author of various books on design. Over his decades in the field of graphic design, he has witnessed a shift in public awareness, especially when it comes to logos.
I love listening to podcasts. Especially podcasts about design. I listen to them almost every day. I even have a separate private list on Twitter, which I use to follow my favorite podcasters. Furthermore, I even pay for some podcasts every month. This is probably not something everyone can say about themselves - hence the idea to write this article.
Designed to help the blind and visually impaired navigate cities, tactile paving units are like braille for pavements. These raised bumps and ridges help guide people down sidewalks and across intersections. In many cases these work quite well, but in some places they have been deployed in less-successful ways (to put it mildly).