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  1. What the heck is web VR? Jonathan Puckey tells us about the tools and processes used to create an interactive experience, Dance Tonite, in collaboration with LCD Soundsystem.

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  2. Episode 146: Slack.com

    Craftsmanship and a playful tone characterize the Slack brand. Arquay Harris tells us about how they brought that to life on the new Slack.com.

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  3. Design systems and responsive design go hand in hand. Jina Anne and Stephanie Rewis give us the lowdown on the Salesforce Lightning Design System.

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  4. Episode 112: Typekit

    Is responsive design the right solution when most users don’t visit on mobile devices? Jake Giltsoff and David Demaree from Typekit explain that responsive helps meet the needs of large-screen users too.

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  5. Tidy design patterns make for an organized website. Custom closet retailer Organized Living found that a pattern library was the perfect fit. Mike Hickerson and Ryan Cromwell tell us more.

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  6. Una Kravets and Zach Schnackel tell us how they developed a faster and more accessible site for DigitalOcean and implemented a new front-end framework called Float.

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  7. Episode 99: HyperDev

    What is a web app? This episode won’t go there, but Daniel X Moore and Pirijan Ketheswaran from Fog Creek describe how they created a development environment for web applications called HyperDev.

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  8. Rob Giampietro tells us about a year-long process to redesign Google Fonts, making the web faster and more beautiful with hundreds of free, open-source typefaces.

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  9. Prototyping tool Marvel App needed a style guide to enforce brand consistency. Colm Tuite and Yavor Punchev advocate for single-purpose CSS classes.

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  10. Episode 88: Sonos

    How does responsive design fit in to an ecosystem based mostly on apps? Zach Forrest explains that design patterns created for Sonos may eventually extend from web to native apps.

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  11. The Responsive Issues Community Group advocates for tools that make responsive designers and developers’ day-to-day jobs easier. We talk to Mat Marquis about responsive images—and more.

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  12. Episode 66: Netflix

    Think a company largely focused on native apps has no need for responsive design? Chris Saint-Amant and Anna Blaylock explain that web and apps are complementary at Netflix.

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  13. Episode 65: Facebook

    Think a company like Facebook, with more than a billion mobile users, couldn’t go responsive? Mike Finch tells us they already are for products like code.facebook.com. They’re starting small.

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  14. Episode 63: CodePen

    We go meta, talking to web designer/developers Chris Coyier and Katie Kovalcin about the redesign of CodePen, a product for web designers and developers.

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  15. How does Google make a responsive site that performs as fast as possible across a variety of different browsers? Malte Ubl and Wahbeh Qardaji explain their responsive design process for Google+.

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  16. Brandon Rosage and Sophie Shepherd from Ushahidi tell us that focusing on performance and designing with a pattern library make a focused, usable product—in the developing world, and everywhere.

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  17. Why build a responsive intranet? Mike Donahue from Citrix explains that thinking mobile first and focusing on content and accessibility means an intranet that works better for everyone, everywhere.

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  18. Episode 24: Microsoft

    Chris Balt and Trent Walton explain how the high-profile initiative to redesign the Microsoft.com homepage demonstrated the benefits of going responsive to a large organization.

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