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456 Berea Street: Articles and news on web standards, accessibility, and usability

456 Berea Street

This site is developed and authored by me, Roger Johansson. I’m a Swedish web professional who has been working with the web and other interactive media since 1994.

This site is a place for me to post articles, tutorials, and comments on subjects that are interesting and useful to me and hopefully to other web professionals. Most posts on this site are related to web standards, accessibility, or usability in one way or another, with the occasional...

url: http://www.456bereastreet.com/

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COI usability toolkit

tags: web, usability
COI Toolkit Beta

In July 2008 The Power of Information Taskforce commissioned research from the user experience agency Bunnyfoot to identify good and bad aspects of government websites. The review found that some government websites are failing to get the basics right, for example:

url: http://usability.coi.gov.uk/

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