A Few of Our Favorites: November
Nov 30, 2016
We’re giving thanks for all the favorite things in our latest roundup:
- November 30 is Blue Beanie Day! This year more than ever, it really matters. Read the story and don your own blue cap.
- Mat Marquis is pickin’ fights with picture elements on the Non Breaking Space Show.
- On managing with empathy, tech’s diversity problem, and getting comfortable with public speaking—with Lara Hogan on Inside Intercom.
- Why this year more than ever, Blue Beanie Day matters, from Jeffrey Zeldman.
- Dan Mall talks about inspirtation and presenting animation with Motion and Meaning, and the Hollywood model, building freelance teams, and apprenticeships on Yonder.io. He’s also got a new seminar with the folks at Center Centre, exploring the world of modern UX design.
- At Beyond Tellerrand, Erika Hall explained why human experience does not reduce to an engineering problem and what we can’t count still counts in an increasingly quantified world.
- What we need to do if we really want to change the world—from Mike Monteiro’s Btconf talk.
- Chris Coyier shares thoughts on how to be persistent, explains how CodePen can be ideal for education, and poses the SVG 2 conundrum.
- Aarron Walter wants to show you how to build a team that can design for human emotion.
- The Responsive Web Design podcast has some so many great new interviews with the Financial Times, Toledo Public Library, Casper, Instant.me, and the City of Edmonton.