Something for everybody
Each show will feature at least one app or tool that will be useful to you. Whether you are a designer, developer or website owner, we have you covered.
We are excited to announce that this season (and all future seasons) will now be going out weekly, rather than every other week. Twice as much podcasting goodness for the same low, low price (free!)
Mac, Windows, Web
We all know Paul is a mac fanboy, but not everybody shares his obsession. That is why we intend to feature a range of tools and applications for every operating system.
To make 100% sure this happens, we want you to be involved in recommending apps.
Voted for by you
We want this season to be about the apps and tools you love. That is why we would like you to post suggestions in the comments below. Make sure you explain why you like the app and include a link to its homepage.
See a suggestion you like, vote it up or reply with your own thoughts on what makes it so good.
Those with the most votes and comments will be featured on the show.
On this week’s show. A tool for bug reporting, an amazing new code editor and a news feed app that gets better over time. We also look at a couple of services which will help with the multimedia on your site.
This week on the boagworld show, A screen capture showdown, Hammer vs Mixture, email newsletters get even easier and I rant about my car stereo.
This week we organise our inspiration libraries, compress our clients images and speed up customer support. We also kick the butt on Diet Coda.
Something for everybody this week. A colour tool for designers, a web developers toolkit and a nice survey tool for website owners. We also have a mobile pick that everybody will love.
Dummy images that won’t confuse clients. The ultimate performance measuring tool. A mobile app for identifying fonts and something called a responsibility assignment matrix. Not a bad line up for this week’s show.
Marcus gets excited about FTP, I enthuse about Adobe Reflow, we both pretend to care about customer support and then go ego surfing.
This week on the show we look at a new user testing tool, explore your multi-variance options, review Sublime text and get some design inspiration.
On this week’s show we have screencast recording software, Wordpress starter templates, software for sending newsletters and an app for moving photos around seamlessly.
On this week’s podcast; quick and dirty user testing, and the challenges of responsive design. We also look at privacy policies and managing your reading list.
This week we cover a great grid tool, enjoy list nirvana, and learn to listen to our reading list. We also put Coda 2 and Espresso head to head.