Monthly Archives: May 2010

Link: Train Toilet Usability

Dan Sumption in his comment on my post Why We Test included a link to a post he wrote back in 2002 about train toilet usability. I’ve been wanting to write a post about the insanity of these “automated toilet experiences” for a while, but haven’t been on a train in order to relive the [...]

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The Invincible QWERTY

My old friend and Usability Friction reader Omar Ikram sent me a link to 3 Ways the iPad Could Kill Qwerty. It’s an interesting read. But I can’t help thinking the author has got the wrong end of the stick. I think whist we are using our fingers to type, QWERTY is here to stay.
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