Bill and Jon discuss selling items online with the new Sold app, and talk more about payment systems like Square.
Bill (@mavrck) is joined by Matt Gartland (@mattgartland) and Ryan Nystrom (@_ryannystrom) for a discussion about crossover skills in Development and Design jobs.
On the tenth episode of DvsD, Phil (@phil_franks) and Jon (@pomajp) sit down to discuss the hype surrounding Mailbox for iOS, the Outbox service that's aiming to replace the postal service, and Affirm, a social shakeup in the credit industry.
The crew discusses culture in agencies and companies.
The crew discusses the constant disruption to industries from the last decade.
The crew discusses some of the larger stories from 2012, which include Instagram's sale and policy blunder, state of Apple iOS apps, Chrome overtakes IE, and Facebook Poke copies Snapchat.
The crew discusses Nike's new Nike Plus API. What does it mean for the larger health trend?
The crew discusses prototyping - What it means, what to show the client, and benefits.
The crew discusses the recent developments in the payment space with Square and Starbucks, as well as data backup strategies.
The crew discuss responsive website design, knowing when to go mobile, and tailoring an application's UI to the platform.
The crew discusses Walmart's not so e-commerce, Facebook e-commerce and gifting, and everyone's week ahead.
The crew discusses the recent launch announcement of Adobe Creative Suite CS6, the Nike Fuel Band, and more. Bill Condo and Phil Franks are joined by first-time panelist Andy Hutter. Originally recorded Monday, April 23, 2012.