usability.gov relaunch

2 Aug 2009 - 1:10pm
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Sharon Greenfield5
2008

Remember how we used to make fun of usability.gov? 'Usability from
1996, maybe.'
http://www.usability.gov/
They've relaunched with a new site. Thoughts?

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2 Aug 2009 - 2:29pm
Stephen Nitz
2009

Not too bad but they did not go all the way with CSS positioning, they
are still using tables.

Design is fairly clean and simple, could use some refinement. I think
the color choices are a bit strange, but one can read everything,
which is the most important thing.

Have you noticed that the White House now has a very sophisticated
presence since Obama has been in office?

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2 Aug 2009 - 2:48pm
Damon Dimmick
2008

stevenitz wrote:
> Not too bad but they did not go all the way with CSS positioning, they
> are still using tables.
>
> Design is fairly clean and simple, could use some refinement. I think
> the color choices are a bit strange, but one can read everything,
> which is the most important thing.
>
> Have you noticed that the White House now has a very sophisticated
> presence since Obama has been in office?
>
Well, his online media guys are very good.

2 Aug 2009 - 5:09pm
Lynn Marentette
2007

Usability concepts from 2005, maybe. It includes important basics.

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