What audio podcasts would you recommend on usabilty, information architecture, iteraction design?

I listen to these:

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I'd also recommend the dConstruct conference podcasts (the last few years are all available) - they also include some interesting talks on social media, as well as usability and UX topics:

2009: http://2009.dconstruct.org/podcast/

Also: http://2008.dconstruct.org/podcast/(2008), http://2007.dconstruct.org/podcast/(2007)

  • Oh, those are really great, I've listened to some. Thanks! – Zoltán Gócza Nov 5 '09 at 21:09

I would recommend the Pixel8 Podcast.

Pixel8 is an audio and video podcast series bringing UX and technology experts together to discuss user experience in the .NET space.


Gerry Gaffney's UXPod is also worth a look


Video: If you have iTunes you may want to check out the Stanford HCI seminars


37signals people have just started their podcast:


Also a list here: http://designm.ag/resources/design-podcasts/

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