Field noteson the way toa better web.

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#5 Progress, Not Perfection with Nick Ng

Nick Ng describes himself as being of modest personality, resolving to make lives less iffy and more spiffy through accessible, functional and friendly web and digital design. Be sure to read this episode's transcript to get the full conversation. You'll be glad you did.

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#4 Drunken UX with Michael Fienen and Aaron Hill

Michael Fienen and Aaron Hill are the hosts of the Drunken UX podcast, an "irreverent" show where they drink and talk about building and using things on the internet. This episode is a crossover episode.

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#3 Social Justice in the Digital Age with Laura Kalbag

Laura Kalbag is the author of Accessibility for Everyone and actively works for social justice in the digital age. Here, Laura discusses the intersections between UX, accessibility, and human rights.

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#2 A Better Web with Ben Callahan

Ben Callahan is the co-owner and president of Sparkbox, a web software studio with offices in Dayton and Pittsburgh. In this episode, Ben shares his philosophy around working together to "build right."

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#1 What Even Is This?

A mic check, life advice, and a podcast sandwich. Special thanks to Ron Bronson and Jackie Vetrano.

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Welcome to StrategyCar

Welcome to the StrategyCar podcast, the show that’s a road trip to a better web.

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Delivery is the Strategy

When I asked Gray Brooks if he had any advice for me, he said, "Stick to what's tangible and real. We all have big ideas and it’s easy to spend a lot of effort to push for something grand instead of shipping something real. Delivery is the strategy.

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Data for Digital Equity

Seattle's digital equity initiative "seeks to ensure all residents and neighborhoods have the information technology capacity needed for civic and cultural participation, employment, lifelong learning, and access to essential services."

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Net Neutrality is More Complicated Than You Think

How does equal access to the internet impact market competition, innovation, or censorship? Should a neutral internet be considered a basic right?

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On Bridging the Data Gap

I have to wonder: With such inconsistency between Flint’s income and poverty rates and the rest of the country, are the national statistics about internet access and device usage really representative?

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A Community Model for Better Web

I’ll be honest with you. I’m not entirely sure where this is all going. One thing I do know: When all is said and done, I want the web to be a better place.