Reviews.

Marianne Brierley
20 January 2015

This week we all experienced ‘Blue Monday’; a day that the wider social media have claimed to be the unhappiest day of the year. Considering we’re only 20 days into the year so far, it’s good to know that that day is behind us and it can only be good news from here on in. If you’re feeling those January blues, we’ve compiled a set of our favourite apps to boost those serotonin levels, drop the Christmas pounds and keep you well fed and entertained until the next pay cheque comes in… and if that isn’t enough, there’s a cat meme. Happy?

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Ben Logan
8 January 2014

iPhone and iPad users will be pleased to hear that a new version of the GoodReader PDF app for iOS 7 has today been released, boasting a revamped user interface, new features and more convenient access to tools. The company has also said that the update will allow certain PDFs to render faster. This latest release is the first update since September 20 of last year. The fresh UI offers simpler navigation and improved overall usability. For example, there is now the option to flatten multiple files with a single click, batch import/export to Photo Albums, tag or star files…

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Ben Logan
25 February 2010

Navigating large websites has always been a design problem not just with regards to information architecture and taxonomies but also specifically how that information is presented visually on the page. Web navigation is a key area for usability and new navigation methods are introduced frequently as web programming languages evolve. The last twelve months has seen several large retail sites using ‘mega menus’ as their primary navigation structure. In this article we have reviewed five popular retails sites in the UK with regards to the usability of the mega menus in the site, and we have developed our own check…

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