We try to make UX Podcast available to you in as many ways as possible. That way you can choose the way to subscribe and listen that suits you best. We’re considering your user experience, naturally.
UX Podcast is published every other Friday and each episode is between 30 and 40 minutes long.
If you search for “UX Podcast” on almost any podcast client, you’ll find us. Just look for the UX Podcast logo.
We’re available on Stitcher, Spreaker, TuneIn Radio, PlayerFM, as well as Pocket Casts on Android and iPhone, Podcast Republic (Android), and BeyondPod (Android) and Overcast (Android and iPhone) to name just a few.
If you can’t find us by searching, then almost all podcast clients allow you to add podcasts using an RSS feed.
Here is the RSS feed for UX Podcast.
Each episode of UX Podcast is also available on Soundcloud. We also make use of Soundcloud as an “extra channel” for additional interviews at events.
You can find transcripts to the latest shows on our profile on Medium. Some older shows have the transcripts available below the show notes for that episode.
As an alternative to other social media channels that we use such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, we also have a news channel on Telegram. We post brief updates there such as when a new episode is released or when we are holding an event. If you want to chat to us, you can join us in our Telegram Backstage channel.
What others say
— susan (@5u5anCarey) October 27, 2016
I’ve been listening to a lot of @uxpodcast over the last couple of weeks. It’s a really smart show.
— Eric Ishii Eckhardt (@ericie) July 2, 2014
@uxpodcast ‘Coz you guys are awesome! Keep it up with rich contents guys.
— Aissa Marie Alicaway (@AisAlicaway) December 9, 2014
@uxpodcast Just discovered your podcast, love it! Going thru back catalogue!
— Cristina Marras (@cristinamarras) July 30, 2015
@uxpodcast 100th show was awesome! Congratulations. Here’s to 100 more.
— Alastair Haigh (@AlHaigh) June 3, 2015
— Artem Pereverzev (@clartem) September 11, 2015
— John Kwoka (@johnkwoka) September 22, 2015
— Dan Healy (@danrhealy) October 19, 2016