Boagworld is a podcast about digital strategy, service design and user experience. It offers practical advice, news, tools, review and interviews with leading figures in the web design community. Covering everything from usability and design to marketing and strategy, this show has something for everything. This award-winning podcast is the longest running web design podcast with over 380 episodes.
15. Project Management29/11/2005 Duration: 39min
Project management lies at the heart of a successful web project. This week Paul and Marcus discuss project management and look at was to ensure your web projects run smoother.
14. What is Web 2.0?21/11/2005 Duration: 45min
Over the past few weeks, I have written a lot about Web 2.0 on Boagworld.com However, most of what I have written consists of questions rather than answers. In this episode of the Boagworld podcast, Marcus Lillington and I try to take the characteristics of web 2.0 and apply them to real world websites.
13. Choosing a web design agency14/11/2005 Duration: 37min
This week we look at the selection process for choosing a web design agency. As a client, how do you pick the right company for you? Conversely, as a web design agency, how do you make yourself attractive to clients?
12. Writing an effective brief07/11/2005 Duration: 36min
Marcus once again joins me for this weeks show. The main subject is advising clients on how to write an effective brief and then advice to web designers on how to respond to an invitation to tender.
11. Commercial blogging31/10/2005 Duration: 41min
This week we look at blogging. Is it just a cheap form of therapy for those who feel a need to unburden their emotional problems, or is it a powerful marketing tool for increasing your businesses exposure.
10. Accessibility24/10/2005 Duration: 36min
On this life-changing episode of Boagworld.com (Okay, so I have delusions of grandeur), we look at the subject of web accessibility. What is it? Why it is important? And how to decide just how accessible your site needs to be.
8. Top Ten Design Mistakes of 200510/10/2005 Duration: 43min
Jakob Nielsen, usability guru, has released his top ten web design mistakes for 2005. Marcus and Paul review these results and share their pearls of wisdom on the subject!
7. Working with content04/10/2005 Duration: 34min
" Content is king " they say. Why then do we give it so little attention? This week we look at content; why it is important, how to make it accessible, how to write it effectively and how to manage it online.
6. Future of the web27/09/2005 Duration: 44min
So what does the future of the internet have in store? How will this affect your website? This week Paul and Marcus look at emerging technologies and how you can use them on your own site. All without techno babble!
5. Usability Testing20/09/2005 Duration: 39min
This week on boagworld.com Paul and Marcus cover the basics of usability testing. They cover the financial benefits of testing, how to test and the different types of testing available. Paul also reviews Dreamweaver 8.
4. Search Engine Optimization13/09/2005 Duration: 24min
This week on Boagworld.com Paul looks at the subject of search engine optimization and how to improve your sites listing. He also reviews SEO Elite, a program dedicated to improving your sites position.
3. Classic Web Design Mistakes03/09/2005 Duration: 41min
This week on Boagworld.com Paul is joined by Marcus Lillington to discuss classic web development mistakes made by clients and designers alike. We also look at the latest news in web design including the improved W3C website and the Macromedia Podcasts.
2. Web Standards28/08/2005 Duration: 35min
This week on Boagworld.com we look at how web standards provide a better way to build web sites. We review Dreamweaver 8 and comment on the re-emergence of two old dates, what is accessibility and should a design be fluid or fixed width?
1. Working with PDF documents23/08/2005 Duration: 23min
Welcome to the first ever Boagworld.com podcast. In this episode we cover PDF documents and their associated problems. We also look at a couple of revamps of well known web design related sites and review a great WYSIWYG editor called Xstandards.