Podcasts are gaining popularity each day and it’s rather easy to see why people like them so much.
They represent a great way of learning new stuff easily, most times for free and we can do it all while we commute, exercise, or even when we just want to relax.
The podcasts we selected here, in the list below, are great for both web designers and developers as well. They will help you stay informed and learn something new. They are in no particular order, so browse through them to find the one that is a perfect match for your needs.
You can subscribe to them so you’ll never miss any news and updates. Most of these are just audio, but some also have videos.
Check them out and subscribe to the ones you like most. Do you know any other podcasts for web designers? Let us know in the comment section below.
This podcast is co-hosted by Karen McGrane and Ethan Marcotte. In each episode, Karen and Ethan interview the people who make responsive redesigns happen. Here are some of the latest subjects they discussed: web VR discussion with Jonathan Puckey who talks about the tools and processes used to create an interactive experience, Arquay Harris talks about the new Slack.com, how can responsive design work for a retailer that enables individuals and enterprises to create their own designs, why responsive design is inclusive design, single-source, multi-channel, omnichannel—what does it all mean, and more.
This podcast was initiated by Rob Conery and Scott Hanselman and it is a resource that takes a personal and sometimes emotional look into the lives of web developers from across the globe. It is a podcast about developers and their lives. Latest subjects: how does faith drive us, personal stories and drama, brain cells and space.
OnTheGrid is a podcast with Matt McInerney, Andy Mangold, and Dan Auer discussing design fundamentals and principles. You can subscribe through iTunes, RSS, or follow their SoundCloud channel. Latest episodes subjects: Content Information Copy Architecting Strategy, Talent and Other Diseases, Fight the Chaos, The Pitch.
This podcast is held by Paul Boag and Marcus Lillington, who are joined by a variety of guests to discuss a range of web design related topics. The show is fun and informative. In the last few episodes they discussed about how to find SEO success in your content marketing, how to effectively collaborate on content, how to boost your business reputation with blogging, and other similar topics.
Jen Simmons hosts this weekly podcast and shares with us conversations with world experts on changing technologies and future of the web. Recent subjects: Transforming the Shapes with Eva Ferreira, Preserving the Architecture of the Web with Stefan Tilkov, Predicting the future with Rachel Andrew, Eric Meyer, and Jeffrey Zeldman, Imagining the Web of Things with Stephanie Rieger and Jonas Sicking, and others.
This is a 10-minute podcast for developers. It is highly-concentrated, short, and simply a podcast for developers designed to fit inside your tea break. Recent topics they focused on: Deconstructing Distractions, Morning Routine Tasks Every Developer Should Do, 3 Things You Can Do To Improve Your Resumé In Just 10 Minutes, The 3 Things you Shouldn’t Be Doing As A Developer, and other similar subjects.
User Interface Engineering (UIE) is a consulting firm that specializes in web user interface and usability. This is their podcast and these are some of the topics of their most recent podcasts: The Tension of Art and Science When Communicating Complex User Research, Jeff Gothelf & Josh Seiden’s “Sense & Respond”.
Follow this short series of interviews hosted by Anna Debenham and Brad Frost. You will definitely learn something new. Here are just some of the names of the people who were recently invited to these podcasts: Inayaili de León Persson, Jina Anne, Josh Clark, Micah Godbolt, Val Head, Mina Markham, Anna and Brad.
This is one of the most popular web design podcasts, hosted by Chris Coyier of CSS-Tricks and Dave of Paravel. This is an internet radio show about the internet.
Discover the ins and outs of running a web software business. This is a podcast all about what it’s like running a small web software business.
This podcast is hosted by Jeffrey Zeldman and invites special guests to cover topics ranging from show covers web design, typography, web publishing and others.
This is a great podcast that teaches you more about the business side of the web. Here are some of the titles of their most recent podcasts: ‘The Meta Is In Title Case’ with Espen Brunborg and Joe Leech, ‘Working on your dad bod’ with James Seymour-Lock.
This podcast is hosted by Seb Lee-Delisle and Iain Lobb, and covers the ins-and-outs of programming for visual and creative applications.
CTRL+CLICK CAST is hosted by Lea Alcantara and Emily Lewis and covers subjects such as content management systems and all areas of the web design industry.
The Gently Mad is an interview show hosted by Adam Clark and guests, that explores the stories, experiences, and insights of some inspiring people.
Hanselminutes Podcast is hosted by Scott Hanselman and brings on great guests for each episode. It is all about technology and development.
Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots is hosted by Ben Orenstein and it helps you get an insight into the latest news and opinions on programming development, business, and technology. Here are some of the most recent discussions: iPads For Camp (Aleen Simms), trategic Foresight (Amy Webb), More Than Just Pretty Pictures (Jarrod Drysdale), The Internet of Payments (Anders Brownworth).
This is a podcast on data visualization with Enrico Bertini and Moritz Stefaner.
This show is hosted by Debbie Millman who talks to graphic designers, web designers, branding experts, architects, and product designers.