Before I tell you about Season 5 of the podcast, let me wish you all a very Happy Christmas. I mean that sincerely. You guys rock and I really appreciate you reading my posts, listening to my show and supporting the work that I try to do. It means a lot.
This will be my last post of 2012 as I have a nice long break over Christmas. I doubt I will post anything again until Monday the 14th.
That said, there is a lot coming up in the new year. I will be finishing my series on web governance posts, answering more questions from our Q&A section (so get submitting questions now) and starting season 5 of the podcast.
Next years Podcast
Our season on awesome apps turned out to be an incredible success. People seem to have enjoyed the topic and our return to a more casual approach to the show (by casual, read endless waffle!) Season 5 will continue in this vain.
Kicking off on January 17th, season 5 will look at our pick of the posts. It will highlight the very best web design advice out there. From posts that have become timeless classics to the latest innovations, each Thursday we will highlight articles worthy of your attention and share our own unique perspective on them.
A wide range of subjects
As always we provide something for everybody. We will cover a broad mix of posts on subjects as diverse as SEO and LESS or web governance and design inspiration.
We also make sure that all our shows are accessible to everybody, no matter what your level of knowledge.
Suggested by you
If you have recently read a post that inspired you, let us know why you loved it in the comments of this post. Equally if there is a classic post that you think we should revisit, tell us why.
As we are an audio show we love it when people send us suggestions in audio format. You can record your suggestion as an MP3 file here, and then paste the URL into the comments.
Marcus’s random contribution
As if this season isn’t going to be exciting enough, we are throwing in a random selection from Marcus each week. He will pick a post that he considers interesting. I wouldn’t expect much if I was you. You can pretty much guarantee it won’t be anything to do with web design.
Have a great Christmas, and speak to you in the new year.
‘Happy New Year 2013’ and ‘Calendar for 2013’ images courtesy of bigstock.com