I like to think of podcasts as experiments in audio experience (AX) design. They utilize the same principles found in user experience (UX) design but limit you to being creative in an audio-only format. Here are a few of the podcasts that I have created using UX and AX design thinking:

American Civil War History

War Yankee – Overland
Learn what it took General Ulysses S. Grant and the soldiers of the Army of the Potomac to survive 40+ days of continuous warfare against the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia in 1864. Each episode include carefully orchastrated soundscapes that put listeners into the middle of each event.

Audio Experience (AX) Design

Not Easily Squished
Transform fragile podcast ideas into fierce audio experiences by learning the principles behind Audio Experience (AX) design.

Audio Drama Pilot

PAUSE for Dramatic Effect
Once a decorated Marine and Iraq War veteran, Douglas Dire now roams the streets haunted by the memory of his estranged wife and fallen friends. With a fleeting grip on reality, a dark past full of unresolved pain, and a hopeless future, Douglas stumbles upon a ring in an empty parking lot that forces him to confront a secret he didn’t know he was keeping.

Podcaster Survival

Join your hosts Tim Brien and Kyle Bondo as they navigate the uncharted dangers of podcasting and guide you to safer harbors. What you learn will save your podcast!

Podcaster Therapy

A podcast that takes a therapeutic approach towards helping podcasters regain their focus after quitting their podcast.

Recreational Engineering

Merchants of Dirt
Become a successful outdoor race promoter with a special interest in mountain biking, trail running, and adventure racing.

Endurance Sports

Get Lost Racing
An audio documentary into the world of emerging endurance sports and how Americans are redefining off-road racing disciplines.

Last modified: July 16, 2021

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