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The Drunken UX Podcast
57 minutes | Aug 1, 2022
#120: Getting Started with Google Tag Manager
Michael’s solo this week, and taking the opportunity to dive into a subject he’s very passionate about: The value of Google Tag Manager. GTM is a tool that can simplify a lot of things in...
60 minutes | Jul 18, 2022
#119: Tips For Effective Footer UX
Too often, footers get the short end of the UX design stick. It’s the afterthought, the thing at the bottom of the page, the place where useless items go to die. But it doesn’t have...
53 minutes | Jul 4, 2022
#118: Skills For Your First Front End Job
In the field of web development, there’s so much to know, it can be daunting for those trying to break into their career at a company. In this episode, Michael and Aaron explore which skills...
73 minutes | Jun 20, 2022
#117: R.I.P. IE, WordPress 6 Features, and CSS Tips
Need some bite sized conversations today? Let Michael and Aaron help with some discussion on the end of Internet Explorer, looking at WordPress 6 features, and some great CSS tips! It’s a great blend of...
60 minutes | Jun 6, 2022
#116: Coding Pop Quiz Part 3 (Back to JS)
59 minutes | May 23, 2022
#115: Coding Pop Quiz Part 2 (Ruby)
60 minutes | May 9, 2022
38 minutes | May 2, 2022
Build Process #9: Ben Reynolds
Aaron talks with friend and former coworker Ben Reynolds, a fellow Ruby on Rails dev and Rust enthusiast. They talk about Ben’s background in music, working for a call center, and his atypical journey into...
58 minutes | Apr 25, 2022
#113: Using Shannon-Weaver in Web Strategy
With Aaron out of town, Michael takes the microphone solo to dive into why the Shannon-Weaver Model makes a great foundation to launch your design strategy. By putting people at the center of your process,...
59 minutes | Apr 11, 2022
Aaron and Michael sit down for a web round up of topics. First,Safari 15.4 solifies the Web Locks API as a standard you can now use cross-browser, we debate whether or not HTML is “programming,”...
60 minutes | Mar 28, 2022
#111: What Did the DOJ Just Say About Accessibility
The US Department of Justice just released guidelines to take a firmer, clearer stance on your responsibility to comply with ADA requirements when it comes to accessibility requirements in web development. But… what does that...
60 minutes | Mar 14, 2022
Despite the growing abundance of bandwidth and computing power available from desktops to cell phones, putting attention on the performance of the code you write is still a worthwhile skill to cultivate that will help...
33 minutes | Mar 7, 2022
Build Process #8: Lydia Winters
Build Process returns for 2022 with an interview with front end developer Lydia Winters from Limelight Marketing. Lydia is a relatively new developer with a passion for design who’s working on her master’s degree in...
59 minutes | Feb 28, 2022
#109: Get Accessibility Moving with prefers-reduced-motion
Movement on web pages can cause users an assortment of issues for a wide array of reasons. Slowly, we’re adding controls to operating systems and browser so that users can define their preferences for issues...
60 minutes | Feb 14, 2022
#108: Using DevTools Like a Boss
As a web developer, no tool may ever prove to be quite as useful as DevTools is. It’s complex, powerful, and reveals a wealth of information about pages you’re working on. The problem is, learning...
60 minutes | Jan 31, 2022
#107: Building Michael’s First Ruby Application
In this special episode, Aaron takes the driver seat to teach Michael a new skill: creating an application using Ruby on Rails. They start from scratch, and walk through the basic steps and scaffolding to...
60 minutes | Jan 17, 2022
#106: Understanding Everything About the Box Model
The Box Model is a fundamental component of everything we do in building a layout for a website. Yet, you may not know all the idiosyncrasies or particulars that underpin how it affects rendering of...
60 minutes | Jan 3, 2022
#105: The Beginner’s Guide to CSS BEM
Successfully implementing a design for a large site in CSS can be a challenge in the best of circumstances. It can be downright hard if you need to spread the work across multiple developers of...
60 minutes | Dec 20, 2021
#104: Season 4 Naughty or Nice List Finale
After 25 more episodes, we’ve arrived at the end of season 4! Michael and Aaron are doing their best Santa impersonation this week and are breaking out their lists of who’s been naughty, and who’s...
59 minutes | Dec 6, 2021
#103: Reviewing The State of UX in 2022
UX Collective recently published their report looking ahead to The State of UX in 2022. We’ve pulled up their notes and go over their predictions and observations, tossing in some of our own to sweeten...
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