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: web stats meet usability testing, Apollo and why it is important, working with corporate colour palettes and how to sell your web design services.
On this week's show Paul talks about user login and registration, Patrick Haney shares his opinions on good design and Marcus covers picking the right web design agency.
This special episode of boagworld comes direct from SXSW. Paul and Marcus interview a whole host of webcelebs including the founder of Twitter, Ryan Carson and a gaggle of panelists.
Abandoned by Marcus, Paul struggles on alone through this week's show. Bravely he manages to cover; the cure to hiccups, how to hunt down those pesky CSS bugs and what’s new in Photoshop CS3.
On this week's show; Matthew Patterson from Campaign monitor shares some handy hints on sending an email campaign, Marcus finishes his series on web design contracts and Paul looks at some interesting alternative approaches to site navigation.
This week on the Boagworld Podcast, Dan Rubin looks at the design fundamentals of white space and page layout. Marcus continues his series on the statement of work, while Paul explains openID and tackles the HasLayout bug in Internet Explorer.
Unfortunately there will be no show this week.
We have a bit of an audio and video theme to this week's show with Ian Forrester talking about online video and Paul sharing some advice on creating a podcast. Marcus also continues his series on client contracts by looking at "the statement of work".
This week on Boagworld we explain all you need to know about hosting , look at how to interpret other people’s CSS and review an excellent HTML email testing tool. Oh yes... and Marcus drones on about client stuff.
This week on the Boagworld Podcast, Paul and Marcus drag themselves from their death beds to share why you should care about Vista, which browsers you should support and introduce you to the exciting world of terms and conditions. Oh yes and Drew McLellan explains the pros and cons of Ruby on Rails.
This week sees the launch of the new format show and despite a few audio problems it worked well. We discuss handling difficult requests from clients, the upcoming boagworld meetup and when to redesign your site. Jeremy Keith also shares his thoughts on when and where to implement Microformats.
In our Christmas Podcast Special; Skype murders Marcus rendition of Silent Night, Paul shares his list to Santa and they both look at the successes and failures of the web over the last year.
This week on the boagworld podcast we look at why return on investment should be at the heart of our approach to website development.
This week on boagworld Paul and Marcus continue their discussion on social participation, focusing on growing a community and troubleshooting the problems that are inevitably encountered.