Not long ago I wrote about Google Chrome’s proposal to include ActiveX in the Korean market. This seemed like a transparent attempt to gain browser market share in a country where, due to government regulations, websites are locked into using Internet Explorer and ActiveX to carry out ecommerce. In a press release from February the… Continue Reading ActiveX and the decline of Korean monoculture?
I’m looking into doing some user testing of Opera with disabled and older users to try and establish what features we can enhance to help people when browsing. Having put the question out over Twitter it was interesting that most of you came back with questions around zooming. So I thought I’d list a few… Continue Reading Size matters…but it’s what you do with it that counts
Before Christmas we were contemplating getting my boyfriend’s Mum a Wii. She’s 64, suffers from fibromyalgia, loves her exercise and can’t always get out. The fibromyalgia also means that she find’s it tough to remember otherwise simple things (I can identify with her there) and as a result she craves mental exercise too. We looked… Continue Reading Wiihab anyone? How accessibility across devices could be a life saver