Non accessible disabled toilets.
A new day arrives and with it a new problem with ITV Catch-up
For those of you who aren’t so sad, you spend all your time watching Big Brother, you may have noticed that the Tour de France is on just now.
Love it or loathe it, Big Brother recently returned to our screens. Those of you who haven’t been watching it will probably be wondering why I should be writing about Big Brother in a blog which is primarily about usability and accessibility.
On our recent company trip to Barcelona for our strategy day meeting, I came to realise something about cash machines (ATMs)- they do not follow an international set of standards when it comes to design.
Let’s face it, the majority of the thousands of improvements bundled into the latest version of Firefox will be pretty much transparent to the average user.
Hilary Lister, a quadriplegic sailor from Kent, today sets out on a 3 month journey round the coastline of Britain and Ireland in her specially adapted sailing boat.
BBC Scotland recently reported that for the first time since the census began, people will have the opportunity to complete the questionnaire online.
There was an intriguing article I saw the other day in the free Metro newspaper that should sharpen the minds of regular online travel bookers.
This article explains that there is no conflict between branding and usability. It is an apparition that stems from a basic misunderstanding of what a brand is.
Mark Palmer identifies the 10 key elements of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines WCAG 2.0
After reading statements made by Jakob Neilsen in the BBC article ‘Web users are getting more ruthless’, I was surprised to hear that only 25% of people travel to a website via the homepage.