Usually when i got free time i go to youtube and watch some videos, but also often i got stuck in loop in which i watch only videos from 5 - 10 channels. Let me know what channels are you subscribed for that has interesting content for designers / developers.
Man, casey has such a crazy strict schedule and work ethic. Think he gets less than 3 hours of sleep per day. he talks about his day here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZexvTZ1sV8U
needlessly to say that he has been a pure inspiration to keep 'doing more work'
+1 point for the fact Casey isn’t as irritating as Gary Vaynerchuk.
At age 11 he was diagnosed with ADHD, though. I don't think it's realistic for most people to follow a daily routine like that.
I watch Life Explained in 27 Seconds once a week or so, for motivation.
The best thing on youtube is the channel Primitive Technology. The direction and editing is so simple yet so powerful. Seeing something built from scratch where each scene is purposefully set up to give me understanding is incredibly satisfying. Maybe not exactly what you were looking for but I'll recommend it for it's inspirational value. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAL3JXZSzSm8AlZyD3nQdBA
+1 to this. Like you say, simple yet powerful. He never talks in his videos so everything is explained visually and occasionally with captions. It's a breath of fresh air after so many similar youtubers over-explain. His silence makes it more immersive and believable that he is alone in the wilderness.
I guess that's pretty much all I have. Cheers
+1 for DevTips. Absolutely love Travis!
Awesome collection thanks!
+1 for DevTips!
Every Frame a Painting: Tony explores what makes great movies great. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjFqcJQXGZ6T6sxyFB-5i6A/
Recommended for every designer.
One up for Tony - really fascinating and well-produced ideas on filmmaking but so much overlap with design generally.
Better Elevation for thoughts on UI, Design Culture, Technology.
CPG Grey for intellectual dicussions & history.
In a Nutshell to learn amazing things via animation.
The School of Life for beautifully art directed mini-essays on everything about living life.
NerdWriter for video essay goodness.
PBS Idea Channel for even more video essay goodness.
Work in Progress: Jason Fried, founder and CEO of Basecamp (basecamp.com), and Nathan Kontny, CEO of Highrise (highrisehq.com), talk about the challenges of running a business, product design, and whatever else we're going though.
Michael Tyson/A Tasty Pixel: Developer/designer of Audiobus and Loopy.
Mehdi Sadaghdar/ElectroBOOM: Mostly electrical engineering stuff, but often very funny and informative.
Thanks guys! Subscribed to a lot of new stuff. :)
Chris Harris on Cars https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8AMAhCRmep7VJKe1sxvHFg
Probably the best programming tutorials to learn from since Bucky (a.k.a. The New Boston) is very down to earth, and really easy to understand. He also explains things in a way that is very easy to relate to. Really nice guy too.
I've learned so much just from watching his videos since he's really fun to watch and his videos aren't boring.
DevTips - Travis is awesome.
I'm a big fan of Dan Edward's "Let's Talk Design" videos. Tiny number of views and subscribers but the quality is fantastic: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEZ7oFT0yj5WRoRPeDOcDeA/videos
Google Chrome Developers. That's my go-to source for performance tips. They've also uploaded videos if their Dev Summit recently.
May be Ph learn page for designers. They are teaching to photoshop senior
The one and only James Victore