Whether you’re searching for a quick fix of the latest front-end news and web development trends or a relaxing way to absorb web design inspiration and information, there’s something for you in the list below. Happy listening!
Developer Tea is a podcast for web and software developers that you can listen to in less than 10 minutes. Show host Jonathan Cutrell always brings great insight on coding, career development, and the soft skills necessary to navigate the waters of the workplace. The short run time is great for listeners with short attention spans, but don’t let that fool you; there’s always a dearth of information and thought provoking ideas to dig into. This podcast is highly recommended for developers, aspiring developers, and those who work with developers.
Full Stack Radio is a podcast for developers interested in building great software products. Every episode, show host Adam Wathan is joined by a guest to talk about everything from product design and user experience to unit testing and system administration.
ShopTalk is a podcast about front-end web design, development and UX. It’s perfect if you’re interested in staying up to date with the latest and greatest front-end development trends. Show hosts Chris Coyier and Dave Rupert have the ability to simplify complex topics to make them more understandable. Each week they are joined by a special guest to talk shop and answer listener submitted questions.
The Presentable Podcast is hosted by designer, developer, entrepreneur, and investor Jeff Veen. Each episode, he invites a new guest to chat about how the products that are shaping our digital future are built.
The podcast focuses on tracking the tools, trends, and methods being used by teams from the biggest companies and latest startups.
The Design Life podcast is a weekly conversational show about design and side projects for motivated creators. The show is hosted by two young designers and aims to tackle the big issues designers face such as getting paid, overcoming a creative block or managing time, to name a few.
The show’s episodes cover design processes, overcoming lack of motivation, imposter syndrome, and participating in design communities.
Anyone who loves good UX or is interested in UX will love this podcast.
Each week, show hosts Chris and Jonathan pick a product to review and analyze the user experience design to understand how it works. Together, they cover many UI topics such as A/B tests, forms, no UI, and more.
Highly recommended for anyone wanting to smile while learning interactive design.