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June 25, 2003


I can't help feeling that nobody has done any user testing on the homepage of National Rail. Particularly as I got to it from clicking on the 'timetables' link on railtrack's site.

Go on, anyone, can you see at first glance the one thing you're most likely to come to this site for? (Timetables).

Although I get very annoyed by the smug fun-stealing bloodymindedness of some usability folk, I get more annoyed when such an obviously 'tool' site gets a print rather than a product design methodology applied to it.

Posted by Tom Dolan at June 25, 2003 11:25 AM

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What are the three most important signs in an airport? Entrance, exit and To the planes. Which are the smallest and/or hardest to read? You got it.

Packet of biscuits, and where is the smallest writing? Right, how to open them!

Modern life is rubbish.

Posted by: Larry Lurex at June 27, 2003 09:31 AM

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