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.
Paul looks at why you should have a training budget and how to spend it. Marcus looks at capturing requirements and Roo Reynolds introduces us to the possibilities of virtual worlds and their impact on web design.
Paul finally looks at the subject of intranets. Marcus delvers deeper into the subject of rates and Andy Budd discusses getting design sign off.
The audio quality isn't as great as it could have been, there is a lot of background noise and we are even more rambling than normal. However, this is our 100th episode and we are both proud and excited to have got this far.
The importance of the favicon, what to do when the work dries up and an alternative approach to storing content in your CMS.
On this week's show: Paul looks at the ongoing role of the website manager. Marcus looks at when to allow a loss leading project and instead of an expert section we are looking at the ultimate web design reading list.
On this week's show: Paul proposes tactics for overcoming design by committee. Marcus talks about extracting a budget from clients and Dan Cederholm compares pixels, ems and percentages.
On this week's show: Paul suggests some ways a client can pick which agencies to ask to tender. Marcus asks when is speculative design okay and Cameron Moll explaining how to get started on the mobile web.
On this week's show: Paul shares some techniques for selling your services through your online profile. Marcus discusses project time scales and Ben Hunt talks about marketing your web business.
On this week's show: Paul uses flickr as an example of best practice, Marcus discusses the use of client references and Patrick McNeil from Design Meltdown examines emerging design trends.
On this week's show: Paul talks about how to make the most of the footer, Marcus explains why cold calling never works and Gary Marshall shares some great advice on writing content.
On this week's show: Paul asks how much you should blog, Marcus takes a look at the state of music online and John Oxton joins Jon Hicks in discussing the benefits and drawbacks of home working.
On this week's show: Paul gets to grips with the fact that the whole world isn't British, Marcus explains how to deal with the client from hell and Julie Howell shares her expertise on accessibility.
This week: Marcus abandons Paul to go on holiday. Paul talks about competitive analysis and does an in-depth interview with Daniel Burka, the creative director at digg.com.
On this week's show: Paul talks about creating the perfect 404 page, Marcus covers some of the basics of rich media and Aral Balkan makes working with databases and APIs a whole lot easier in flash.
On this week's show: Paul shares some thoughts on recording your creative ideas, Marcus discusses setting up a web design company and we review the Principles of Beautiful web design by Jason Beaird.