Are you interested in reaching other web designers and developers? We’d love to help! is a podcast, distributed weekly, that focuses on industry news, tools, and workflows. It aims to keep listeners up-to-date on the latest technology and best practices.

Each episode is focused on a single topic, presenting the compressed version of everything you need to know about that subject.

Why did we start this show?

  1. At the core, James and Amy both have a passion for teaching.

    James is a content creator and bootcamp instructor. Amy has taught and developed curriculum for the University of Florida’s Master’s program.

  2. There are podcasts that focus on web development and podcasts that focus on web development, but few, if any, account for both.

    You don’t have to know code to be a good designer. You don’t have to know design in order to be a good developer. But, the best designers and the best developers have a basic understanding of both disciplines.

The Hosts

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James Q Quick

Technical Content Creator

I am a JavaScript developer, speaker, and teacher with a passion for teaching developers through various mediums of content.

I'm a firm believer in work-life balance, the on-going pursuit of personal happiness, and empowering others to take control of their career. My personal philosophy of “Learn Build Teach” has blossomed into a growing community of aspiring and established developers focused on helping each succeed.

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Amy Dutton

Director of Design

I love️ teaching designers how to code and developers how to design.

I'm a UI / UX designer and full-stack developer. I have over 20 years of web experience, officially making me a granny in Internet years. I live in Nashville, TN with my husband, 3 adorable kids, and 2 dogs. If I'm not sitting in front of my computer making things, I'm hanging out with family and friends. I love streaming all the things, playing cards, reading, and drinking coffee. Lots of coffee.


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Sponsoring is perfect for:

  • Web design and development tools, software, and services
  • Teams looking to hire
  • Technical training material and courses
  • Technical hardware products
  • Lifestyle products

Audience Breakdown

Since this is a new podcast, we don’t have specific analytics, yet. However, based on the composition of our Twitter, YouTube, and Twitch subscribers, we’re making the following assumptions.

United States of America Silhouette

A majority of listeners live in the United States of America

Most listeners fall within this age range

Current Audience

Audience Interests

Hard Skills

  • CSS libraries and frameworks
  • JavaScript frameworks (i.e. React, Angular, Vue, and Svelte)
  • JavaScript utility libraries
  • Frontend and backend frameworks and libraries
  • WordPress
  • Software design patterns and methodologies
  • UI / UX / web design workflows and methodologies
  • User testing and research
  • Prototyping
  • Building and maintaining web sites and applications
  • Saas products

Soft Skills

  • Self-improvement and productivity
  • Freelancing and running a small business
  • Marketing, funnels, and generating passive income
  • Work / life balance
  • Premium products

What You’ll Get & Investments

Founding Investment

  • $600 USD/ea
    1-3 episodes
  • $550 USD/ea
    4-8 episodes
  • $500 USD/ea
    8-16 episodes
*For the best results, we recommend advertising at least three shows.

As part of the sponsorship package, you’ll receive:

  1. Live Streamed to YouTube and Twitch

    In addition to being published in traditional podcast format, these episodes will be live streamed to James's YouTube and Twitch channels. The recorded videos will then live long-term on YouTube with an audience of over 170,000 subscribers.

  2. A sponsorship section within the episode show notes.

    These notes will be listed on the website and within the user’s podcatcher of choice. This is a great opportunity to include unique targeted links and promo codes.

  3. A mention at the top of the show.

    For example, Amy might say: “Today’s episode is sponsored by MailGun. This is an email service with powerful APIs that enable you to send, receive, and track email effortlessly. Later in the show, I’ll talk more about how I’ve used MailGun in the past.”

  4. A one to two minute sponsor spot at the 10 or 20-minute-mark.

    We could provide a normal ad read, however, the best results will come from Amy or James talking about the product or service and our own personal experience with your product. This gives your product a personal touch and results in better conversions.

  5. An evergreen listing on the sponsors page.

    This is a useful resource for listeners wanting to quickly reference a sponsor’s offering, but are unable to recall which episode, coupon code, or link was used during the ad read.

  6. Access to a password-protected Dashboard.

    This will include easy access to all documents (invoices and contracts), as well as, individual episode analytics.

Interested in Working Together?

Please complete the sponsorship application if you’re interested in sponsoring the podcast.

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