Articles published in 2007

Making healthy choices: traffic lights, percentages or just a nice looking packet?

29th November 2007

With the recently introduced food labelling system from the Food Standards Agency, User Vision investigates whether people use nutritional labels to make healthy choices.

World Usability Day 2007

12th November 2007

User Vision's offices once again opened its doors for World Usability Day, our “Usability Open House” took place on the 8th of November and again proved to be a huge success.

Usability testing - now and the future

16th October 2007

This article appeared in SPiN magazine and discusses the growing popularity of usability testing within the public sector and the range of ways usability can be conducted.

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines - So what's new?

16th July 2007

Most web developers in the professional arena are familiar with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) v1.0. With version 2.0 of the guidelines on the horizon, Mark Palmer takes a look at what's new.

London 2012 Olympic logo misses the mark

11th June 2007

It seems that everyone is talking about the new logo for the London 2012 Olympics. Initially, most of the discussion was around the aesthetics of the design and the cost of commissioning the logo. On 5th June however, concerns were raised that promotional footage on the London 2012 web site could trigger epileptic seizures in photosensitive epileptics.

The Friendly Face of the Web

15th May 2007

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the influential new media magazine Revolution, Chris Rourke takes a look back to the lessons we have learned and looks ahead to the future challenges in user experience.

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