We've got Robyn Kanner and Mike Monteiro on the show to talk about ethics in design. When and, more importantly, how should you stand up to a manager when they tell you to design something in a way that feels wrong? Where do ethics and morals collide and how do we navigate that?
RAPIDFire except less rapid and more fire this time? We're talking support for @supports, should you do work you don't agree with? Should you use data URLs all the time? How would you spend two grand? Do we need to solve CSS or is it fine the way it is?
This week we're joined by Elea Chang and Deep Shah to chat about getting involved in designing for social good, upcoming conferences, burn out and caring about a cause while caring about yourself.
We're talking with the authors of A Boot Apart's latest book: Design for Real Life. Sara Wachter-Boettcher and Eric Meyer chat about designig for stress cases as opposed to edge cases: does your app or website take into account what a person might be going through when they're trying to use it?
We get to talk with Maya Benari and Hillary Hartley from 18F all about how writing code for the US Government works - and ways you can get involved with your own tour of coding duty.