This week on Boagworld: We interview the founder of Digg.com Kevin Rose, take a first look at Codeslam and plan the future of the show.
On our 2009 christmas special: Your favourite tweets of the year, a review of 24 ways, gifts for geeks and web design trends for 2010.
On this week’s show: Paul and Marcus are joined by Matt Curry who shares some advanced Google Analytics techniques. We have a review of Fancy Form Design by Jina Bolton and Paul goes on endlessly about the Website Owners Manual.
On this week’s show: We have interviews with two great upcoming web designers (Jamie Rumblelow and James Proud) as well as a new segment called Elevator Pitch.
On this week’s show: Marcus explains how podcasting and blogging can support your business and Paul exposes the top ecommerce lies.
On this week’s show: Ryan and Stanton interview Alex Hunter about managing your brand. Meanwhile Paul and Marcus look at how to speed up your website.
On this week’s show, Richard Rutter, Jeremy Keith and Andy Budd join myself and Marcus for a round table discussion.
On this week’s show: Paul looks at how to better communicate and we ask whether you should mask your email address to avoid spam.
On this week’s show: We talk about Google Chrome Frame, how to be an innovator, and measuring the success of your website.
On this week’s show: We interview Jeremy Keith about the truth of HTML5 and Ryan Carson shares some more advice about building your own web application.
On this week’s show: how to avoid design by committee, why you shouldn’t bother submitting to Digg and how to specialise in being a generalist.
On this week’s show: The Northeners are joined by the Headscape duo Craig and Dave. We talk about why you should care about .NET MVC and answer your questions about managing your code and friendly URLs.
On this week’s show: Ryan and Stanton are back and we are joined by Mr Marcus Lillington! We talk to Dan Rubin about making your interface invisible and answer your questions about working on multiple projects at the same time.
On this week’s show: We look at the harsh truths of corporate blogging, ask how luxury products can be sold online and discuss whether it is the role of a web designer to challenge a client’s business model.