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Local Government – I love you, but I’m leaving

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After a decade working in local government I’m moving on to pastures new. Continue reading

Best approaches towards a mobile Intranet

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Jakob Neilsen has just announced his 10 best-designed Intranets for 2010, and as always it’s a goldmine of information and advice. I haven’t yet forked out for the full report, … Continue reading

Google Browser Size and thinking beyond the fold

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Yesterday, the Google Code Blog announced Google Browser Size. It’s a handy little tool which allows you to take a contour visualisation of common browser sizes and overlay it onto … Continue reading

6 years on, Accessify Forum needs YOU!

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Today the Accessify Forum celebrates its sixth birthday. In that time we’ve seen over 60,000 posts, and membership currently stands at about 9,000. For a forum dedicated to web accessibility, … Continue reading

Event review – Accessibility breakfast @ User Vision Edinburgh, 15th June 2009

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I’ve just come back from a very interesting breakfast event at the local office of User Experience consultants User Vision. Led by accessibility consultant Mark Palmer, the session looked at … Continue reading

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