The Boagworld UX Show
Summary: This podcast covers all things relating to web design. Whether you are a website owner, designer or developer hopefully this show has something for everybody. Each episode includes news, review and hints and tips.
On this week’s show, we review woopra, a google analytics alternative and we explore why friendly urls are so important and what tools are out there to help you set them up.
116. Back: Returning with a new site. Jeff Croft talks about his view on web standards and we discover why the personal website is dead.
On show 115: Lessons learnt at SXSW, Garett Dimon on form design and how to find usability test subjects.
On show 114: Should designers stick to designing? What goes into a usability test script, and we talk to Alex Mogilevsky from Microsoft about Internet Explorer 8.
On show 112: How to be more efficient using HTML snippets, Jina Bolton on women in web design and moving to a mac.
On show 111: Designer and developer work together in utopian harmony. Two great listener reviews and Aral Balkan announces the biggest online web design conference ever.
On Show 110: Eric Meyer on version targeting, the business benefits of usability testing and do I have to have a blog?
On Show 109. IE8 divides the web design community, Anton Peck talks about imagery, and the Rissington Podcast crew stand in for Marcus.
On show 108: The differences between work for an agency or being an in-house designer. Hosting bandwidth intensive content and what happens when Paul designs a web design conference.
On show 107: What should you be learning about in 2008, Jason Beaird on web design basics and how to deal with portfolio pages.
Paul and Marcus discuss common mistakes when creating your sites structure, we look at the future for Internet Explorer and Rachel Andrews shares her experiences of getting into web design.
Paul suggests some gifts to buy the geek in your life. Marcus talks about wireframes and Matthew Paterson talks about the Email Standards Project.
Paul shares 10 tips for getting designs signed off. Marcus looks at how to present to a prospective client and Michael Slater introduces us to Ruby on Rails.
Paul looks at doing usability testing on a budget. Marcus explores the perfect working environment and we review writemaps an excellent online tool for creating site hierarchies.