Below you’ll find 6 top podcasts for web designers. This list is made available with help of our friends who provide variety of web hosting packages to suit needs of any website.
Rookie Designer was founded by Adam Hay in 2005, about one year into the growth of this new medium referred to as podcasting. Tired of the typical jargon laden, elitist discussions about the design field of work, Adam set out to create a resource for ALL designers, young and old, experienced and non. Born was the Rookie Designer podcast, bringing tips, techniques and discussion delivered in an easy-to-understand format.
The weekly Photoshop TV show featuring “The Photoshop Guys” Scott Kelby, Dave Cross and Matt Kloskowski. Presented by the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP).
Although Paul has no problem speaking (it is shutting him up that is the problem) he still found podcasting harder than expected. Never a great fan of hard work, he turned to Marcus Lillington for support. Paul and Marcus had worked together for years and founded web design company Headscape. It was this existing rapport that worked so well. Their constant banter caused a steady growth in listeners. Boagworld is now the longest running and most popular web design podcast.
4. The Rissington Podcast – Like Gardeners Question Time, but for geeks
John Oxton and Jon Hicks, broadcasting from their ex-RAF base office in Upper Rissington. Think of it as a web-geek version of Gardeners Question Time! We also have regular(ish) spots – jokes from an 1940’s RAF magazine, typeface of the ‘week’, and any geek/technology thing we care to talk about.
5. Web Design TV – from the makers of .net magazine
Each week we’ll provide tutorials on Photoshop, Flash, Dreamweaver, and much more!
6. CreativeXpert Design Interviews By Alan Houser & Eric Anderson
CreativeXpert is a podcast series featuring interviews with web designers and other creative experts about their careers, techniques and inspiration. Guests include Halvorson, Zeldman, Marcotte, Wilkinson, Rubin, Santa Maria and more. Hosted by web designers Eric Anderson and Alan Houser for web designers like you.