26 Dec 2010 9 am eastern

The Big Web Show: Mandy Brown is up. Dana Chisnell is next.

Mandy Brown (Typekit, A Book Apart) on The Big Web Show

BIG WEB SHOW EPISODE 32 is now online for your listening and viewing pleasure. Mandy Brown (Typekit, A Book Apart) joins Dan Benjamin and me to
discuss the value of customer support, the present and future of type on the web, font choice on reader platforms, what traditional print publishers can learn from the new breed of web-based print publishers, why you’ve got to write, and why the future belongs to editors.

Dan and I thank all of you for listening, watching, and contributing your questions and comments in the chat room during the live sessions. You’ve made our little show worthwhile. We promise more thought-provoking questions and more great guests in 2011.

Dana Chisnell, usability expert, on Episode 33

Join us Thursday, 6 January 2011 at 1:00 PM Eastern for the live recording of Episode 33, as Dan and I talk with Dana Chisnell, co-author, Handbook of Usability Testing Second Edition (Wiley, 2008) about her election design usability project for the US Government, plus usable security, researching social interactions mediated by technology, whether UX is a female ghetto, and lots more.

Filed under: Big Web Show, Design, people, The Big Web Show, The Profession, Usability, User Experience, UX, Web Design, Web Design History, Web Standards, webfonts, work

4 Responses to “The Big Web Show: Mandy Brown is up. Dana Chisnell is next.”

  1. James Lau said on

    Saw this video live, and it seriously encouraged me to write more. Thank you for the post Zeldman!

  2. Jeffrey Zeldman said on

    Thanks, James! :)

  3. BMI berechnen said on

    Well done and Thanks for this :-)
    Good Start in 2011

  4. Womens True Religion said on

    Happy new year!

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