i’m not going to lie – the thought of trying to find my way around chinese websites was daunting, especially on a mobile. For the most part, the websites I interacted with had english translations, or some level or chinglish. my fears were mainly unfounded. but i did come across on example that i found […]
When people have no choice they’ll struggle through but this doesn’t meant you should treat people like the they are computers – an online checkin experience.
Recently, I was trying to check in for a flight. it was a long distance flight so I felt it important to check-in and choose my seat as soon as it was available. I logged onto the website precisely 23.5 hours before the flight – 30 minutes after check-in opened. Treating people like computers In […]
some businesses use SMS messages to remind or nudge customers so that they can reduce no-shows for appointments. it reduces costs as they can better plan their business. I recently received two versions which on face value were of equal value to the business and customer, however when you look past the reminder, one stood […]
I recently reserved some cinema tickets for myself and some friends online via my mobile. It was all going well and was pretty straightforward. Then I saw a red banner at the top of the page… somehow, maybe because of my fat fingers, but probably not, I had selected sears that were sat separately. I […]
If you’d ask my friends they’d probably say that i’m not known for being the most punctual of people on a night out. So I was thrilled to find out about citymapper as journey tracker feature. it enables you to track and send journey details to a friend so you can arrive at the same […]
To be honest, I’d never really thought of heading out of London for a conference. I’m biased I know, but London is usually where all the cool ‘stuff’ happens. However, I was pleasantly surprised at the quality and diversity of the speakers at NUX5, held in Manchester. The speakers included; Boon Sheridan, Lola Oyelayo, Karina van Schaardenburg, Glenn A. […]
Recently, I noticed that the GDS style guide advises the use of “eg” instead of “e.g.”. To me, this looks strange, but then again, I’m no copywriter. eg just looks weird to me, and I’m sure screen readers would have a field day too. Nevertheless, it started me off looking into different abbreviations that have lost their […]
Tells users why they should create a unique password Instead of asking users to create a username it informs them that their email address will be used to access the account. Although I’m not sure how many people would get the term “user ID“. Jargon, maybe?
I was recently trying to choose a new sofa and being ever indecisive I couldn’t quite make up my mind about what colour to choose (or sofa for that matter but let’s stick to colour for now). in the showroom there was one example sofa and hundreds and hundreds of colours and materials. I had […]