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How do we design for less waste in digital? How can digital designers, developers and content professionals create a more environmentally friendly digital? One that uses less energy and creates less waste. One where reuse is at the core of thinking. One where the Earth Experience is central. Gerry McGovern will talk to designers who are pioneering green digital thinking and methods.
 
Steph McGovern and her childhood friend Claire get to work tackling some of the funny, strange and sometimes revolting stuff that happens in the workplace. From office shenanigans to factory funnies, shop floor dramas to oil rig oddities, in ‘Not Bad For a Monday’ Claire, Steph and Producer Geoff invite you to join their irreverent virtual support group. Prepare for toe-curling tales from the daily grind.
 
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When COVID-19 hit, many governments reverted to a panic publishing approach, getting as much content up on their websites as quickly as possible. Structure, organization, testing, it all got shoved aside in the rush to publish. Sarah explains how this sort of panic publishing culture can be avoided in the future because panicking serves nobody. Sar…
 
When Liam Nugent closed down his digital agency he accounted for all the digital stuff they had created. Each employee was generating about 100 gigabytes of data a year. When they cleaned up all this data so as to give a quality hand-off to their clients, they found that 99.9% of the 8 terabytes of data they had created was useless. Buy the book by…
 
The gang are back with a Christmas special. Claire has had her baby, although it’s her alcoves she wants to boast about. And it turns out Geoff is a bit of a tinsel tart. Whereas Steph hasn’t even put any decorations up. They’ve got more work place funnies to tell you about and there’s even a bit of Strictly sparkle in the mix. P.S. This was record…
 
Netlife is one of Norway’s digital pioneers, having focused on usability and user experience when it was not exactly fashionable. Beth Stensen, their CEO, talks to Gerry McGovern about how Netlife is on a new journey which focuses on the Earth Experience. It’s exciting and challenging times. Digital can often accelerate very bad and wasteful human …
 
By 2035, it is estimated that there will be more than 2,000 zettabytes of data produced globally. Based on current storage pricing, 2,000 zettabytes would cost $58 trillion to store. The global economy is currently worth about $80 trillion. The pace and quantity of data production is not even remotely sustainable. One zettabyte—just one zettabyte—w…
 
The growth in webpage size over the years has been astounding. It is driven by a culture of delivery, a project mindset, and a feeling that the Web is this unlimited space where you can essentially do anything you want without consequences. But good web design is a complex task that many organizations are either unwilling or unable to manage profes…
 
This episode was brought to you by https://www.thisisdoing.com - learn new skills in Design & Innovation via live online classrooms with the worlds best trainers Climate change is not seen by most as an immediate crisis, so we don’t act with urgency. The digital world is fairly blind to what needs to be done because in digital design we don’t think…
 
This episode was brought to you by ThisisDoing.com Chris Coyier talks to Gerry McGovern about how many of the tools and resources out there make it easy for developers and designers to create bloated, heavy, energy-sapping digital designs. Chris says we need new thinking and new tools that clearly indicate when we are making design decisions that a…
 
Let’s be honest, when you listen to this podcast you never know what the 3 of them are going to come out with next. This week’s no different. With another batch of cringe-worthy tales from the workplace to get through, Geoff goes all shy, Claire weighs in on a heavy duty debate and Steph has that sinking feeling - and they all agree it's time for a…
 
This week our listeners tell us about the funny answers they’ve given to the most common job interview questions. This gets Geoff ranking his Robbies while Claire struggles to control her Buddha and Steph’s banging on about Bungle from Rainbow. The 3 of them have clearly lost it. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
If you get offended easily don’t listen to this week’s episode. Steph is not holding back with the x-rated stories from our listeners and their work-place shenanigans. It’s Geoff’s worst nightmare but Claire is the one who ends up leaving early. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This episode was brought to you by This is Doing - Design & Innovation Online Learning In this episode, Gerry McGovern speaks with Erika Hall from Mule Design. Gerry discusses with Erika if we've ruined web design, and if we have, what do we do about it? https://muledesign.com/speaking/erika-hall Buy Gerry McGovern's new book 'World Wide Waste' Sup…
 
Steph's got a job on her hands controlling her little fluff ball while Claire's busy fretting over her teenage Skips fiasco. All mixed up together with Barry's ostrich, Bev's paper round and Geoff's dodgy Yorkshire accent, it's another hilarious instalment of workplace mishaps and misunderstandings served up by the gang. See acast.com/privacy for p…
 
When you go to work each day the aim is not to mess up.....but sometimes accidents can happen with hilarious consequences. This week our listeners' stories include tiger brows, cops facing cake fines, misplaced windows, incontinence wine and the great tale of the naughty scrubs. No wonder the gang are in meltdown. See acast.com/privacy for privacy …
 
We need your support. Show some love by becoming a Premium Member. Welcome to World Wide Waste, a podcast about how digital is killing the planet and what to do about it. What is quality when it comes to web design, web development, web management? How do we know the customer is having a quality experience? How do we know as a web professional that…
 
Chronic dead legs, tumbling plants-pots and shadowy stationery cupboards - listener tales from job interviews have got the gang in bits this week.. Steph can't talk for laughing, Claire needs a lie down, and Geoff reckons it's the best episode yet. But what does he know? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
After dissecting the newspaper headlines that came out of last week's episode and a row over who said what....the team talk cutlery chaos in the workplace. With over 50 stories sent in from listeners we find out that the emergency services are the Bermuda triangle for forks, there are building sites all over the country with spoon wars - and that C…
 
Just who is the crab-stick porn stasher? In an episode accidentally full of filth, a random chat about ‘misusing’ things at work leads to Steph’s story about the erotic office nanna, and Claire finally explains how the X-rated prep she did for Steph’s baby shower nearly ended up getting her the sack..... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-ou…
 
With not enough sleep and too many shots at their work do, the team discuss funny things bosses have made their staff do. Steph’s all about bulls pizzles, Geoff’s ego is dented by a sweaty Gruffalo and Claire, well, she always makes a hell of an entrance. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Enjoy our content? Support This is HCD by becoming a Premium Member Welcome to World Wide Waste, a podcast about how digital is killing the planet, and what to do about it. Eric Meyer is a passionate advocate of designing for humanity, of leaving no one behind when you create your design, of thinking deeply about how things work for everyone - not …
 
Claire's rooting through the bin, Geoff's sticking his bit in and Steph's got a bad case of the Snumps - but who's got the best excuse for dodging the next online meeting? More laughter on lockdown from the team, but a tale too from the wards to put everything in perspective. This one's for you, Ruth. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out i…
 
‘Teacher, hairdresser, pet beautician....we’re all taking on second jobs we never expected to. As life in lockdown continues, Steph’s quiz-dodging is rumbled, Claire’s getting snappy with her delivery driver - and Producer Geoff can’t leave his penny whistle alone. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Enjoy our content? Support This is HCD by becoming a Premium Member Welcome to World Wide Waste, a podcast about how digital is killing the planet, and what to do about it. In this session, I'm chatting with Jeremy Keith. Jeremy is a philosopher of the internet. Every time I see him speak, I'm struck by his calming presence, his brilliant mind and …
 
We are thrilled to welcome Gerry McGovern to the This is HCD Team, and delighted to present to you his new podcast, World Wide Waste. How do we design for less waste in digital? How can digital designers, developers and content professionals create a more environmentally friendly digital? One that uses less energy and creates less waste. One where …
 
Times are weird for everyone. Claire, Steph and Producer Geoff like many, are working from home. So they get together on a video-conference to chew over life as a social distancer. It’s all tan, teeth, ties and talking over each. But the trickiest thing seems to be keeping Claire’s attention..... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inform…
 
Claire, Steph and Producer Geoff are back, this time entering the minefield that is communication in the workplace. What should you do when the boss reads your email slagging them off? Why did you just say 'Love you!' at the end of an important business phone call? Should hugs be banned at work? And what the hell has a watermelon got to do with any…
 
Claire, Steph and Producer Geoff are back with more torrid tales from the workplace, including a six month stand-off over pens and the legendary adventures of soapy superhero, Foam Girl. Claire talks fondly of her dad working away on the rigs, while Steph is shocked to discover that she really does have a prize-winning potty-mouth. See acast.com/pr…
 
Steph McGovern and her childhood friend Claire get to work tackling some of the funny, strange and sometimes revolting stuff that happens in the workplace. From office shenanigans to factory funnies, shop floor dramas to oil rig oddities, in ‘Not Bad For a Monday’ Claire, Steph and Producer Geoff invite you to join their irreverent virtual support …
 
Elizabeth McGovern discusses her new film Cheerful Weather for the Wedding. The story follows a young woman frets upstairs in her family's country manor on her wedding day, fearful she's about to marry the wrong man. Downstairs, both her fiancé and her former lover grow increasingly anxious.
 
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