Kay is in the driving seat talking about how to start a brand new project.
Ajay switches to Windows and we talk about the transition.
After an unexpectedly long break, we're back!
This time we show some love to some of our favourite utility apps on the Mac.
Time to check in on how we're keeping up with our new year's resolutions of keeping fit.
We're joined by Eric Windmill, author of Flutter In Action.
Here are some simple tips for working from home during the COVID-19 / Coronavirus social distancing measures.
This time we discuss the different ways we estimate and quote for a piece of work.
As the year comes to an end, we discuss some of our goals and resolutions for 2020.
Check out our alternative Holiday Gift Guide 2019 for the Designers and Developers in your life.
Share your designs online and suddenly everyone becomes a design critic. This week we discuss the pro's and con's of design criticism online.
It's easier than ever to become a developer. In this episode we discuss how you can get started, virtually for free.
It's a question thats been debated over and over. Here's our take on whether designers should also learn to code.
In this episode we discuss different cloud storage options.
In this episode we discuss our most used and favourite mobile apps.
They're absolutely everywhere across the web in all sorts of shapes and sizes. Buttons are one of the most fundamental HTML elements, so lets make sure we're using them correctly.
HTML is the backbone of the internet but are you structuring your code correctly? This week we discuss semantic HTML.
This week we talk about where we go to get design and development inspiration and show some appreciation for the individuals and companies that inspire us.
This week we run down our top 10 VS Code extensions and discuss a little more about our IDE customisations.
What do we use to do the work we do? This week we discuss our desk setups, podcasting gear, software and more.
This week we discuss ways we unwind and how we handle a work-life balance.
What does the process of taking a project from design to development to completion look like.
After a lengthy hiatus, Inspect is back with a new format, new co-host and a new lease of life.
My guest this week is Jonathan Cutrell, host of Developer Tea, a podcast about the skills required to be a good developer. We discuss introversion, podcasting methods, the Spec network and more.
I've teamed up with Reactive Conf. A three day tech conference about the future of development. Find out more about the show's first sponsor.
Listener Kalpesh asks about self evaluation and how to determine if he is a good developer. I share some tips on assessing your current skills, levelling up and getting second opinions.
Listener Rohit asks about how to start his own podcast and what are the minimum requirements. I talk about the equipment and software I use and what is involved in recording an episode.
I'm joined this week by Dave Nott and Dave Wood, two iOS developers who also host their own podcast called Waiting For Review. We discuss life as an indie developer, a roundup of WWDC 2017 and podcasting.
My guest this week is Chris Coyier —a household name in the world of CSS. Chris talks about his involvement with CSS Tricks, Codepen and his experience with podcasting.
I caught up with Helen V. Holmes, a designer and developer from Virginia. We talk about her time at Mozilla, public speaking and tinkering with hardware to create art.
This week I talk about Static Site Generators, and in particular a tool called Jekyll. What are SSGs? How do you get started? What are they good for?
This week I'm joined by Jordan Dwyer, a digital marketing manager who is venturing into the world of setting up his own ecommerce project. We talk about Wordpress, Woocommerce and the state of modern digital marketing.
In this week's episode I talk about Mastodon - a new open source social network which is growing fast and taking on Twitter.
This week I talk about the new CSS Grid features which are available in all modern browsers and some of the recent updates from Apple.
This week we discuss the role of a personal portfolio and the trend of moving your content to third-party services. Stick around after the outro for some post-show movie talk.
In this week's episode we go into more depth about our recent redundancy, the experience of finding a new job, our relationship with LinkedIn and the importance of a CV.
In this week's episode I'm joined by Les McCutcheon where we talk about our backgrounds with details about where we grew up, how we got into the tech industry and some anecdotes along the way.
This teaser episode is just an introduction to the show and what is to come. It's a chance to set up our iTunes and RSS feeds and give us an outlet to start promoting the show.