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The original Boagworld Podcast ran for over 200 episodes and was the first podcast on web design. Aimed at those who design, develop and run websites, it won many awards and grew rapidly from its humble beginnings in 2005. We reinvented the show in 2010 but the old episodes have been kept online and redefined as ‘classic episodes’.
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As it is Christmas we thought it was a good time to announce the return of the Boagworld podcast. In this special episode we introduce the new format being used when the show returns in January.
This week on Boagworld: Chris Coyier talks CSS and more, we say goodbye to the boagworld podcast and ask what can you listen to now?
This week on Boagworld: Emerging trends at Web Direction @Media, playful web design and death to design by committee.
This week on Boagworld: When to hire a web agency, user testing on disposable websites and a need for speed.
This week on Boagworld: Stephen Anderson on emotional design, I review the iPad and we talk fonts, flash and fotos.
This week on Boagworld: 5 new skills every web designer needs to know and how to be inspired while maintaining focus.
This week on Boagworld: Apple make their stance on Flash clear, Francisco Tolmask talks about the work he’s doing with Atlas and we review Flowplayer.
This week on Boagworld: Don’t obsess over Google ranking, why mission statements must die and the decline of the homepage.
This week on Boagworld: Chris Lea talks hosting and customer service. Paul shares his wireframe commandments and we announce the end of Flash ;-)
This week on Boagworld: The best wireframing tool available, do you need a content strategy and how to be the worse project manager ever.
This week on Boagworld: We interview Jeffrey Zeldman and Ethan Marcotte, ask should you care about people ripping off your work and look again at the subject of the fold.
This week on Boagworld: The tables are turned as Paul and Marcus get interviewed. We talk about IE9 and hear a great perspective on accessibility.
This week on Boagworld: How to create the sxsw experience, pain free design sign off and Britt Selvitelle from Twitter talks about passion.
This week on boagworld: the secret of successful blogging, will Google personalisation affect your sites ranking and how to help users too busy to read.
This week on Boagworld: Steve Krug on monthly usability, Steve Marshall talks about form design and Paul rejoices over the new era for browsers in Europe.
This week on Boagworld: We review the freelancing book Noded, discover a new web tool called ‘Support Details’ and Paul tells us all a story.
This week’s show gives you a taste of the live 12 hour marathon that took place to celebrate the 200th Boagworld.
This week on Boagworld: The changing role of web designers, Colin Firth on content and Becky Jones talks about the changes at Google.
This week on Boagworld: Dave interviews Remy Sharp creator of jQuery for Designers and Matt Bee dares to review the Website Owners Manual.