Hanselminutes Podcast 222 - Art is Shipping - Designers and Developers with Jin Yang
My two-hundred-and-twenty-second podcast is up. Scott sits down with designer Jin Yang (@jzy) to talk about the fundamental differences between developers and designers. Are we a totally different breed? How should designers and developers work together? Should designers code their own sites?
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Links from the Show
- http://www.456bereastreet.com/ (accessibility)
- http://www.alistapart.com/ (web design, standards)
- http://www.drawar.com/ (design community, articles, showcases and forum).
- http://www.lukew.com/ff/ (interaction design)
- http://37signals.com/svn/posts (web app design, inspirations)
- http://www.smashingmagazine.com/ (showcases, freebies, articles)
- http://typography.com/email/2010_03/index_tw.htm (typography)
- http://retinart.net/ (graphics design)
- http://cssglobe.com/ (frontend dev)
- http://ilovetypography.com/ (typography)
- http://www.uxbooth.com/ (User Experience)
- http://scriptandstyle.com/ (frontend dev)
- http://www.thegridsystem.org/ (layout)
- http://52weeksofux.com/ (User experience, design)
- http://tutsplus.com/ (tutorials)
- http://www.zeldman.com/ (web standards)
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I guess I've always considered myself on the "coder" side of the designer/developer scheme. It was easier early on to do both, since the intensive nature of the graphics was simply impractical for the web. But as bandwidth is faster, and design tools get better, I lot stride with the design aspect of things.
I think your dichotomy Scott is spot on between the "free template hunter vs photoshop" scenario. 8^D
Congrats on the SE job Jin! Great podcast Scott!!!
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