Podcasts for creators and programmers
Front-end Happy Hour (Roelof)
ShopTalk is a podcast about web design. I've been working on designs and front-end development a lot in the past few weeks, so listening to people talk about it helps me to find new ways to solve some problems I could be having. The podcast is similar to Front-end Happy Hour with the range of topics, but the personalities are different. One of the hosts is the founder of CSS-Tricks, a website I use fairly often these days. So it's exciting to hear what he and his co-founder have to say about web design.
Trav and Los (Sander)
Travis and Carlos will help you to develop yourself as a person. They are two awesome people, Travis is also known for his channel Devtips (which at this point as the blog is written is on a break due to a burnout). The podcasts or focused on you as a person, design, branding, and front-end. They will discuss many things and sometimes invite other people to join their podcast. They upload on a regular basis which is fun!
Basic Agency (Sander)
Sander's favorite company is Basic Agency from San Diego, they have really awesome and well-known clients. Why should you listen to their podcasts? They help the design community all around the world to become better. They invest a decent amount of time on this. The podcast is one of these examples. Most podcasts are general and all say the same, while the podcasts of Basic Agency go in depth. It's fun to listen to these people.
Designer News (Sander)
Do you want to listen to the big names? Then this is podcast is something for you. I'm checking Designernews every day to stay up-to-date as a web designer and front-end developer. I've listened to all their podcasts. There are really big names in these podcasts, people that made it! Listen to their experiences and you might learn something that will help you grown or understand how things work within the web design world.
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