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30: Designers should(n't) code | An interview with Ben Brignell

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In this episode we're joined by Ben Brignell, a Designer, to talk about the crossover between 'Design' and 'Code'. We discuss the 'Designers Should Code' ongoing debate, and talk about some practicalities of working with multi-disciplined individuals in the Web industry.

Guest Ben picked this week's Toolstar:
- Sketch, the design utility: http://bohemiancoding.com/sketch

Jukebox recommendations this episode are:
- 'Glass Jar' by Gang Gang Dance, suggested by guest Ben.
- 'Awake to You' by Taylor Mcferrin from Mark.
- 'Through Clouds' by Gold Panda from Ben.
All three are added to the Relative Paths Spotify Playlist (http://relativepaths.uk/pl), and while it exists, the Apple Music playlist too (http://relativepaths.uk/am).

How to reach Ben Brignell and other show links:
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/benbrignell
- Site: http://benbrignell.com
- Frisbee Fodder: http://frisbeefodder.com
- A11Y Slack: http://web-a11y.herokuapp.com

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The music we use for various intro bits, stings and outro is ‘Vitreous Detachment’ by Origamibiro, used with kind permission.

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