I’m taking my kids out of school tomorrow afternoon to go to the Home Office in Croydon to – hopefully – get our Ancestry visa renewed so we can remain in the UK for another four years. I say ‘hopefully’ because, despite having checked and rechecked the paperwork – to the point that it has… Continue reading Visa-eve. Anxiety.
I’m sure that many of you will have heard about the very worthy Alpha.gov.uk project, the first prototype of which was released earlier this month. If you’re a user experience practitioner, this should particularly interesting to you. By way of a quick background, the AlphaGov project was formed in response to findings from a report… Continue reading Opportunities lost – AlphaGov
I was recently speaking with a potential client about a project that I very much wanted to work on. Due to scheduling issues (theirs and mine) we ended up with one week in which we could both be available to work on the project. At first, it seemed like the logical thing to do was… Continue reading A template for intensive design
Yahoo have been copping a bit of strife lately about the way they’re running their business. Think what you will of their business strategy, the thing that bothers me the most is that I’ve been trying to give them money for Flickr for a couple of years now and failing abysmally. Every now and then… Continue reading Take care of the pennies, Yahoo…