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: Paul discusses about emerging design trends, Marcus talks about supporting existing websites and Ben Werdmuller introduces us to the open source community tool Elgg.
On this week's show: Paul talks about taking a brand online, Marcus gives some advice about reviewing your information architecture and Ian Lloyd introduces us to the challenges of designing for screen readers.
On this week's show: Paul provides some design advice for developers, Marcus provides so post launch pointers and we review Jeremy Keith's Bulletproof AJAX book.
On this week's show: Paul explains why Headscape does Design Testing, Marcus talks about growing your web design and Mark Buckingham provides an introduction to Search engine optimization.
On this week's show: Paul talks about the importance of undo, Marcus explains the benefits of stakeholder interviews and Struan Robertson highlights some legal deathtraps waiting for us online.
This week on Boagworld: Paul talks about managing enquiries, Marcus asks whether you should add links to your website on client sites and Rob Borley talks about ASP .net.
This week on Boagworld: Paul gives advice to those who work with content management systems. Marcus finally talks about charge out rates and we talk to Dan Mall and Mark Huot about swfIR.
On the show this week: Paul talks about preserving the design of your home page, Marcus takes a look at project management software and John Oxton shares his experiences of working as a freelancer for web 2.0. companies.
We have a great lineup this week: Paul talks about getting things done in web design and an alternative approach to your reading list. Marcus explains the exciting area of insurance for web designers and we have Andy Clarke on the show to give us an update on CSS 3.
This week on Boagworld: Paul casually redesigns the way clients and designers interact, Marcus asks if you really need a content management system, and we have Garrett Dimon on the show sharing his experiences of information architecture.
On this week's show: Paul talks about how a client's work is never done, Marcus looks at dealing with scope creep and we review Dreamweaver CS3 (is it really worth upgrading?).
Marcus and Paul swap roles this week. Marcus talks about setting up a web design company in the agony uncle section while Paul talks about the role of the client in the client corner. Finally we have also have Derek Featherstone talking about making your web application accessible.
Marcus is back and talks about what to do if a client doesn't pay. I look at clearing floats in CSS and we have Richard Rutter on the show giving us the lowdown on good web typography.
This week: Is scrolling a bad thing, using frameworks to speed development, encouraging goodwill among your visitors and Marcus 2.0.
Marcus makes sweet love to our clients. I fiddle with my captions and our lead developer drones on about setting up a development server.