Welcome to Season 2 of The Drunken UX Podcast! We’re thrilled to have you back, and we kick the season off by having a discussion about the value in learning jQuery today, and what the…

This week starts with a couple different JavaScript related posts. Our first one looks at how JS dependence is bad for the canned theme market. The second offers an ES5 tutorial on using the .filter()…

This week’s news roundup kicks off with a look at building fluid interface components, and the design theory behind them. Next is a piece on how JavaScript is negatively impacting page load times. Following that…

I hope everyone had a great 4th of July and took some time to relax. We also hope you caught episode 14 of DUX where we talked with Greg Podunovich about design philosophy. This week’s…

Did you know JavaScript is actually a good programming language? How about that over half of front end developers have under 10 years experience? What about what WordPress 1.0’s dashboard looked like? We can help…

Is your site addicted to JavaScript? Does it degrade gracefully? Do you ensure you have base functionality working before enhancing progressively? Chris Ashton’s article is a nice reminder about how important it is to try…

To everyone listening to Real-Time Overview for the first time thanks to finding us through Smashing Magazine… Hi! We’re glad you’re here. Every week we run through a few articles we think you should check…

This week we’re bringing you some book recommendations from Luke Hays and Don Norman to cover user experience and UX research needs. Along with that, StackOverflow has a treasure trove of developer research that’s been…

Our first run at Real-Time Overview, a Drunken UX Podcast segment that will run between normal episodes of the podcast to draw attention to current events, articles, and releases relevant to web developers and designers….